Falling into Life: My New Post-college Strategy

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.

International Leader Charges Priority for Purpose

A burden on Rosa Whitaker’s heart led her to become the first-ever assistant U.S. trade representative for Africa. Yesterday, this champion for U.S.-African economic relations shared her wisdom as part of Gordon’s Work Ahead: Ready for 2030 initiative.

When All Colleges Start to Look the Same

This year, precisely 384 “best colleges” made the cut for the Princeton Review’s annual publication, and 151 colleges in the United States, Gordon included, touted their 11:1 student-to-faculty ratio (or lower). So, how do you tell them apart?

From the Cradle to the Grave: Newborn Humpback Whales and Dearly Departed People

In February, Mindy Hofsass ’04 locked eyes with a curious humpback whale calf through her snorkel mask in the open ocean of the Silver Bank Marine Mammal Sanctuary just 80 miles off the coast of the Dominican Republic.

Vocation: Finding Our Place in God’s Story (Part 2)

“What’s God’s plan for my life?” It’s a daunting question, and one that re-appears over and over again as we move through changes and chapters in our lives. Read how three Gordon faculty and staff members approach the topic.