From Boston to Rwanda: Initial Steps of the Class of 2019

Before packing up and leaving campus for good, several graduates let The Bell know where they’d be taking their first postgraduate steps. 

The Liberal Arts: Tools for Life

Lining the first floor hallway of KOSC is a series of paintings. At a glance, perhaps, it’s an odd place for art. But taking a moment to analyze the abstract swirls, lines and patterns, a viewer discovers a perfect picture of the liberal arts.

Math + Voting Research = Greater Political Understanding

math research

You might not expect a college math professor and students to be conducting research closely related to the 2016 presidential election, but that’s exactly what Dr. Karl-Dieter Crisman, Min-Sun “Sunny” Kim ’17, and Luke Cui ’19 are doing.

The Intrinsic Beauty of Math, Travel and Knitted Ties

Dick Stout

“There are some deep connections between the structure math seeks to uncover and the creation that God has given,” says Dr. Dick Stout, Professor of Mathematics.

Gordon’s Education Program Recognized for Effective Content Preparation

NCTQ education ranking

Gordon’s Department of Education has been recognized by the National Council on Teacher Quality as one of the top 35 programs in the country for preparing ‪future teachers‬ in content mastery.