Surveying Streams and Wrangling Fish with the U.S. Forest Service

josh mclaughlin

When Josh McLaughlin ’17 found himself face down in snorkel gear and a dry suit, plucking mussels from the bed of the John Day River in Oregon, he wasn’t simply taking a mud bath.

A Summer at MIT

Hannah Jang

English and secondary education double major Hannah Jang ’16 spent her summer out of her comfort zone but close to home. Well, her college home anyway.

One Student’s Summer: A World of Opportunity

Toussaint Williams ’18 is a double major in international affairs and communication arts, a Clarendon Scholar, and a leader of the Gordon Swing Dance Club (he offers this shameless plug: “Everyone should join.”). This summer, Toussaint jetted from his… Read More

Signs of Justice: From Theory to Reality

When Eric Hensel ’16 returns to his political science courses at Gordon this fall, he’ll bring back significant hands-on field experience. He’s spending his summer interning with New Hampshire’s junior Republican senator, Kelly Ayotte, and her federal office…. Read More

Twese Hamwe: How 15 Students Became One

To say we all took something away from this trip doesn’t adequately express what our time in Rwanda meant to us.