During a mission trip to Uganda, Nick Tozier ’19 was struck by the extreme poverty in the slum of Kabalagala. “Homes were dilapidated and overcrowded and the stench of burning trash and sewage was overwhelming,” he says. It… Read More
This summer, research assistants Jenn Meakem ’19 and Mike D’Antuono ’18 (pictured right) helped Dr. Kristen Cooper (economics) and her co-authors, Professors Daniel Benjamin (University of Southern California), Ori Heffetz (Cornell University) and Miles Kimball (University of Colorado),… Read More
One summer, 8,500 miles: Nathalia Moran ’18 finds the overlap between her Rwanda Seminar experience and a Texas-based nonprofit internship.
The weather isn’t the only thing keeping D.C. hot this season. A historic presidential race has D.C.’s political climate boiling—and Reece Brown ’17 is living and working in the thick of it. As an intern at The Heritage… Read More
The more than 400 acres of woods and wetlands at the back of the Gordon campus, and in the adjacent Chebacco Woods, provide a habitat for rare organisms—and an alternative classroom for students.