Reflections On Thriving: The Gift Of Work

As a longtime career development professional, I am struck by God’s commitment to preparing people of faith for lives of work, service, ministry and contribution around the globe. Gordon’s mission—a timeless statement of this intentional preparation for contribution—is joined by the invitation to students to thrive in the fullest sense of that word.

What’s changing with the FAFSA, and what can you do now to be ready?

The FAFSA Simplification Act is a significant overhaul of the processes and systems used to award federal student aid starting with the 2024–25 award year. Amending outdated and cumbersome processes, the FAFSA changes are worth the wait.

Unlocking Demand: Mandy Liu’s Economic Study Reveals Need for HPV Vaccines in Nepal

Mandy Liu, professor of economics, presented her research “Like Mother Like Daughter? Behavioral and Economic Factors to Determine HPV Vaccination for Mothers and Adolescent Daughters: Evidence in Nepal” at the Himalayan Policy Research Consortium (HPRC) on December 3-4, 2023.  

Creating Sustainable Change: Calvin Dundore’s Recycling Initiative at Pathways for Children

Calvin Dundore ’24, a business major passionate about creation care, helped local business Pathways for Children implement a new recycling and compost system for his internship this past semester.

True Crime and The Christ Child

“In losing the practice of being curious about the mystery of God we might be disregarding components of God’s essential nature, manifest through Christ. And what if losing the practice of seeing God this way means that we also lose the practice of viewing each other this way?”