Utilizing interactive activities, films, lectures and even a march, Advocates for a Sustainable Future (ASF) continued Gordon’s history of going green with “Springfest.”
A former art teacher from Chicago, Klamesha Richards discovered a knack for serving college students while pursuing her master’s in intercultural studies. Now she’s the Fulton Hall resident director and champion for diversity on campus.
Starting this summer, Gordon College will expand the variety and quality of food products served in our dining facilities through a partnership with Bon Appétit Management Company.
Gordon students, faculty and staff rally across political and denominational differences to launch several initiatives and conversations on caring for the strangers and sojourners in our midst.
“I used the commuter lounge every single day last semester,” Caroline Dally ’18 said. “It was exactly what we needed as commuters to feel part of a community on the Gordon campus by offering a small space to connect.”