FOND Bone Broth: A Modern Family Business

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Sisters Alysa (Obert) Seeland ’11 and Anna Obert ’16 are proving that family businesses are not something of the past; their new company, FOND Bone Broth, has found success in a hungry market.

Staff Spotlight: Carter Crockett

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“If you’re going to take social impact seriously, there might actually be no better place on the planet than a Christian liberal arts school, where faithful founders are asked to think deeply about how to address the needs of a broken world.”

Fashion and Activism: How Julie Overby ’06 Uses Her Passion for Good

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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.

Enterprising Gordon Alumni Named Best of North Shore

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The businesses of six Gordon alumni have been named the Best of the North Shore (BONS) by Northshore magazine. The 11th annual award features reader and editor picks for the best places to eat, play and indulge on the North Shore of Boston.

When Microloans Make Maximum Impact

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When Peter Vance ’17 spent four months with friends in Madagascar, he was struck by the fact that most local people scraped by through subsistence farming. In response he started Miray Community Development, a microloan organization for small business owners.