With the presidential election looming, the voice of Black Lives Matter resounding in the national media and a Church that has been known to steer clear of such weighty issues, students came together at Q Commons to “Engage… Read More
An idea spearheaded by Tony Pitkin in the late 1980s, the program came to fruition in 1996, after nearly a decade in the making. Now, Pitkin’s vision has grown into a full-fledged, thriving program with nearly 500 total students.
The Hamilton-Wenham Public Library’s 2016 Community Read book, Lizzie Bright and the Buckminister Boy—an award-winning tale of friendship set against the racially charged persecution of an island community in early 20th-century Maine—will culminate with a presentation by the… Read More
General Counsel to House Speaker Paul Ryan, Mark Epley ’89, returned to Gordon at as relevant of a time as ever. One year ago, Epley became senior advisor to the person third in line from the President. Epley… Read More
On the eve of quad break at Gordon, an eager crowd of students and locals gathered in Gregory Auditorium to listen to Phyllis Bennis—a prominent writer, activist and political analyst—discuss issues relating to the Middle East and the… Read More