Creating Pathways to Peace: Gordon’s Collaborative Efforts for Global Harmony  

Gordon and the European Center for the Study of War and Peace (ECSWP)—the host for Gordon’s Balkans semester—recently completed a pioneering practical peacemaking initiative funded by a grant from the Lilly Fellows Program involving schools like Harvard University and Messiah University to incorporate peacemaking into curricula and student life of their universities.

Endangered Species and Ecosystem Restoration: Insights from James Wheeler’s Internship with U.S. Fish and Wildlife  

Newly minted alumnus James Wheeler ’24 worked as an intern last semester helping with salt marsh conservation and wildlife protection at Parker River National Wildlife Refuge, a part of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in Newburyport.

How to Make the Most of Your Rising Senior Summer 

Prepare for college and enjoy your summer at the same time by following these tips for rising high school seniors.

Hope & Health Conference 2024 Addresses Critical Public Health Issues  

Gordon College’s second annual public health conference brought together local healthcare professionals and public health organizations to discuss community-based and clinic-based issues.

24 in 24: Highlights from the 2023–24 Academic Year at Gordon

Let’s look back! From groundbreaking research to the spreading of Shalom to athletic triumphs, 2024 was a memorable journey for the Gordon College community. In recognition of the faithful collaboration that makes our community unique, let’s revisit 24 highlights from the 2023–24 academic year.