Measuring Social Reality: A Joint Effort

How do you know that Harrison Ford is actually cool? Is it because you personally think that of him, or is it because Star Wars is just so cool? Or maybe it’s because everyone you know thinks that… Read More

Mollie Enright ’15: When Chemistry Meets Agriculture

The only girl among her siblings, valedictorian of her agricultural high school and first in her family to attend a four-year college, Mollie Enright ’15 is a natural trailblazer.

HanByul Chang ’15: Leaving a Legacy

Many college students change their major and career path numerous times over their four years—not HanByul Chang. She studied chemistry throughout her time at Gordon and just recently defended her honors thesis, “Undergraduate laboratory experience on kinetics: Using… Read More

Playing the Numbers: Math Prof Karl-Dieter Crisman’s Search for “Intelligible Nerdiness”

Karl-Dieter Crisman, associate professor of mathematics, recently published a review article in Books and Culture. “If you’re a member of group that gets club oufits,” he writes, “it’s typical to personalize the shirts or jackets with a nickname… Read More

Sradda Thapa ’08: Communications and Research

Sradda Thapa was a world traveler before she even got to Gordon; besides her home country, Nepal, she had lived in Hong Kong, India, and Australia. In 2012 she moved to Afghanistan, where she is with a communications firm in Kabul that works with government and international agencies.