Strangers and Sojourners
Gordon students, faculty and staff rally across political and denominational differences to launch several initiatives and conversations on caring for the strangers and sojourners in our midst.
Timely Talk on Tolerance by Dr. Stan Gaede
Given the current cultural landscape in our nation, it is timely for Gordon’s scholar-in-residence, Christian College Consortium President Dr. Stan Gaede, to publish When Tolerance is No Virtue—and it’s no surprise that the book is a bestseller. “One… Read More
Samuel Tsoi ’07: Navigating the Concrete Jungle by Returning to Roots
Ten years after graduation, Samuel Tsoi ’07 has not only established his international affairs career, but has grown out of his roots as a member of Gordon’s first Clarendon Scholars cohort to become an urban change-maker. Tsoi was… Read More
Gordon Pilots Sophomore Calling and Career Conference
Gordon recently hosted its first-ever two-day Sophomore Calling and Career Conference to help students gain professional guidance and skills early in their college careers.
Undergraduate Research Takes Center Stage at Convocation
“Math is something only smart people can do.” “Eosinophils could fit into a Star Wars narrative.” “We make Jesus more like us.” These sensational claims share a common thread: Each was explored this past summer by professor-student research… Read More