Light, Hope and Joy: Preparing Our Hearts for the Manger
On Thursday, December 10, Dr. Elaine Phillips led a day-long Advent retreat for women of Gordon College and the community, inviting them to join her in reflection on the narratives of biblical women. The retreat focused on a foundational theme of… Read More
Orientes Reges Tres Sunt Nos?
If you and 29 of your closest friends are going to sing in Latin, the Frost Hall lobby is the place to do it. All those voices rising in rich harmony take time to reach the 15-foot ceiling,… Read More
Gordon’s Education Program Recognized for Effective Content Preparation
Gordon’s Department of Education has been recognized by the National Council on Teacher Quality as one of the top 35 programs in the country for preparing future teachers in content mastery.
Alumni Awardee: Ann Seavey ’75
Since 1992, Ann Seavey has been a tireless advocate for Gordon students. Hired to develop the recently founded Academic Support Center, she cultivated a department that equips students for success—among them, students with physical or learning disabilities, and… Read More
A Brief History of Interfaith Dialogue: Richard Seager at Gordon College
In such a diverse country as the United States, globalization has led Americans to develop familiarity with ancient Eastern traditions, such as yoga. It is not uncommon for an American to attend a Bible study one day and… Read More