“We’re studying how people understand forgiveness, what factors shape their understanding, and how it might affect the other facets of their life,” says Carter Crossett ’19 of the summer research project, “Campus as Moral Community: Contextual Understandings of… Read More
A communication arts major, she was skilled in writing, designing and art—and she knew that she wanted to make a change in the world by helping to end human trafficking.
“Alone atop a rock looking out over the Pacific, I listened to the brand new Conor Oberst album ‘Ruminations,’ took the title to heart and did some thinking,” writes Sierra Flach ’18 of her final days in New Zealand.
With a thick Bostonian accent, Forman narrated the stories behind each striking image—a woman standing on the ledge of a building crying, a fireman shimmying along the ledge to get to her and pull her into safety through the window.
Rarely do you get to meet the heroes who took part in exposing such huge stories as the Watergate scandal or the ordeal of the Chicago’s meatpacking plants. This past Monday evening, however, Gordon students got their chance…. Read More