Katie Thompson ’12: Engaging a “Politically Homeless” Generation

“If every human is created in God’s image, what does that mean for how we engage in politics and justice issues?” Meet Katie Thompson ’12—author, D.C. dweller, game changer. As the editor of Shared Justice and co-author of… Read More

Love at the Border: Balkans Semester Students Meet Syrian Refugees

Balkans

Studying in the Croatian capital, Zagreb, the students of the Balkans Semester Program had the unique opportunity to serve refugee families at the Croatian-Slovenian border crossing.

Building Peace in Sri Lanka

Michelle Waduacharige ’17 is a political science major from Sri Lanka. In her first two years at Gordon she has been involved with the International Student Organization, Office of Community Engagement, and International Justice Mission. She received the 2015… Read More

Signs of Justice: From Theory to Reality

When Eric Hensel ’16 returns to his political science courses at Gordon this fall, he’ll bring back significant hands-on field experience. He’s spending his summer interning with New Hampshire’s junior Republican senator, Kelly Ayotte, and her federal office…. Read More