Nestled up on the third floor of the Ken Olsen Science Center, Professor Valerie Gin advises students, plans lectures, and as of late, writes notable books.
If you’ve been in the Center for Technology Services (CTS) recently, you may have noticed a new employee who is shorter and hairier than the rest of the crew. His name is Shadrach (just check his Gordon ID).
A group of A. J. Gordon Scholars and Clarendon Scholars recently had an opportunity to engage with Christian leaders from all over the country at a gathering in nearby Boston. One of the participants, India Boland ’17 (A…. Read More
“Taking families out of their normal environment and away from social pressures helps build community and introspection. And being in nature contributes so much to their development.” Cheng Qian ’14 discusses her new organization that seeks to foster emotional health through outdoor learning.
A teen quietly hoping to miss church and sleep in. A Gordon student wandering in the woods in search of God’s presence. And now, a published author. Bryan Parys ’04’s new spiritual memoir, Wake, Sleeper (Cascade Books, 2015),… Read More