The Hopeful Possibility in Sudden Goodbyes

Gordon in Orvieto Resident Assistant Emily Friesen shares about the 10 days she had with the spring semester cohort before the global COVID-19 pandemic altered their plans.

Growth in Gordon’s Graduate Leadership Program

Five years after the launch of Gordon’s graduate leadership program, the program offerings are quadrupling. Beginning this summer, the program will host cohorts in Boston; Atlanta; Orvieto, Italy; and São Paulo, Brazil. The Boston cohort is the program’s… Read More

Seeking Amplified Living in Conflicted Lands

Gordon in Orvieto director Matt Doll’s new exhibition shows beauty in conflict and hope in honesty. It will be on display in Barrington Gallery during Homecoming, October 5.

Art Department Celebrates 30 Years of Relationships Through Creating

From the studio to the gallery, creativity is the name of the game for the Art Department and its faculty, this year celebrating their 30th anniversary. The department graduates students who are traditionally trained but taught to observe the world differently.

Julie Korn ’02: Art and Play in Niger

CURE Niger, a children’s hospital in Africa where Josh ’05 and Julie ’02 Korn serve, has a new playground for patients, funded in part by the sales of final artwork by students in the Gordon IN Orvieto program.