Fighting Climate Change, One Window at a Time

In order to truly care for people, we need to work on fighting climate change while also helping people who are impacted by it,” says Christine Seibert ’18, local coordinator for a Maine-based nonprofit that produces affordable window-inserts to protect homes from chilly drafts in colder months

Making Stars for the Next Moon Landing

Fifty years ago, when Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin planted an American flag on the moon’s powdery surface, the stars were a little lackluster, especially in retrospect.

‘Wall Street Journal’ Features Andrew Huang ’18 and Neema Kamau ’20

A Gordon student and alumnus were both named in a recent Wall Street Journal article on the benefits of a small college approach to preparing for big jobs.

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. 

On Offense for the New England Patriots

From doing the team’s laundry to now managing their day-to-day operations and travel, Bobby Brown ’14 says the key to his success working for the New England Patriots is “a servant’s heart and focus on servant leadership.”