The Redemptive Side of Anger: How Civil Rights Activist Arthur Whitaker ’49 Used His Own Pain to Bring About Healing
In honor of Black History Month, The Bell revisits the inspiring story of Rev. Dr. Arthur L. Whitaker ’49, a Gordon graduate who worked tirelessly for racial equality and the “brotherhood of all men” during World War II, the Civil Rights Movement and the many decades that followed.
In celebration of Lewis’ birthday today, The Bell interviewed Inklings scholar Sørina (Kulberg) Higgins ’02, who has spent the last 17 years studying the works of writers Charles Williams and C.S. Lewis.
True to his discipline, Mark Stevick spent much of his sabbatical writing—in particular, starting a play and working on a book of poetry.
Gordon student honored with international short story award, first publication and archival of her writing in the Library of Congress—all before graduation.
In April two Gordon students, Kara Applegate ’18 and Christie Clause ’20, were recognized in the National Federation of State Poetry Societies College Undergraduate Poetry competition, receiving first and fifth place honorable mentions.