After appearing in a Netflix documentary, life has been busy for Jack Hanke ’17. His comedy troupe of four openly autistic friends, Asperger’s Are Us, has traveled the U.S., Canada and Europe with their absurdist sketches.
Times were tough during the dot-com collapse of the early 2000s. Newly married with a toddler and a baby on the way, Benjamin Eng ’93, a computer programmer at the time, got creative—by returning to his roots in classic clothing.
The Institute will be a vital resource in connecting classroom learning to real-world experience with a comprehensive approach to four years of discovery, development and deepening.
“I believe the Church is the answer to our country’s and the world’s social issues,” says Andrea Polnaszek ’94, professional therapist and co-founder of the nonprofit organization Touched Twice United.
More than 140 Gordon students gathered for the second annual Calling and Career Conference—a weekend of vocational exploration and professional development, organized by Gordon’s new Career and Connection Institute.