In Part III of our Christmas Gift Guide, finish out 2019 by supporting causes that will make 2020 a better year for our neighbors, near and far.
In Part II of our three-part Christmas Gift Guide designed to support the businesses and nonprofits of past and present Gordon students, we have some stocking stuffers and grand gestures “yule” love. From cayenne pepper cough drops to bone broth tonics, your gifts this Christmas are sure to rejuvenate the body, the soul and the places we call home.
When Yo-Yo Ma—perhaps the world’s most famous living classical musician—played his cello at the border entry point in Laredo, Texas, last April, it was a perfect example of how the culture of classical music is changing.
Veronica Andreades ’20 believed the path to success was a master plan and a straight path. But a summer internship abroad taught her the opposite: the fastest route is, in fact, a very squiggly line.
After three months of preparation, mentoring and collaboration, five teams of student entrepreneurs finally competed for $10,000 during the sixth annual Social Venture Challenge (SVC) on April 11.