‘Evangelicals and Immigration’ Study Sheds Important New Light on How Evangelicals are Wrestling with Immigration

The role of religion, particularly evangelical Protestant Christianity, on Immigration. Where are the divides and what is the role of the Church?

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Three Gordon roommates—Jesse Adams ’11, James Williams ’10 and Joshua Di Frances x’08—follow their careers and each other from Wenham to Boston to Washington, D.C.

The Theory of Thriving

Having been awarded a Shared Justice Student-Faculty Research Prize, Paul Brink (political science) and Jordan Bellamy ’20 investigated the effects of the increasing housing prices on the North Shore of Massachusetts, specifically in the city of Lynn.

Sabbatical Sojourns: Mike Jacobs

From Estonia to Latvia to Lithuania, Mike Jacobs explored the potential for an international seminar in the Baltics during sabbatical.

Two Clarendon Scholars Travel to Chicago for Urban Intensive

This past January, Wislene Augustin ’19 and Shineika Fareus ’21—two Gordon students and Clarendon scholars––traveled to Chicago for the Urban Intensive Program, a week-long program that educates college students about the social justice issues faced by urban communities in the U.S.