This is the fifth in a series of seven articles featuring the research conducted by faculty members on sabbatical during the fall 2018 semester. A shorter version of this article originally appeared in the spring 2019 issue of… Read More
In Harbel, Margibi County, Liberia—a community once shattered by two civil wars that propagated the use of child soldiers—Ollie White ’18 is building Beautiful Beginnings.
While many don’t want to relive the awkward, messy years of middle school, Middle School Assistant Principal Karl Simon ’01 sees the sweetness in them.
In mid-November, the American Chemical Society (ACS) gave Gordon’s ACS student chapter an “outstanding” designation for the second year in a row, and a Green Chapter Award for the seventh year in a row. The awards recognize the chapter’s extensive educational outreach on the North Shore of Boston and in New York City.
An idea spearheaded by Tony Pitkin in the late 1980s, the program came to fruition in 1996, after nearly a decade in the making. Now, Pitkin’s vision has grown into a full-fledged, thriving program with nearly 500 total students.