Trading a Cap and Gown for Masks and Gloves

Despite the impact of COVID-19, the Class of 2020 continues taking postgraduate steps, and a few graduates share with The Bell what they’ll be up to next.

Breaking the Narrative of Brokenness

When veterans of 2nd Battalion 7th Marine Regiment became known for their high suicide rate, the Marines sent in 1992 Gordon alumnus Emile “Mo” Moured, CAPT, CHC USN, to serve as their chaplain.

Picking Tori’s Brain: Lessons from a Chemist, Climate Activist and Convalescent

In April, the University of Colorado suspended all non-essential research and Tori Arau’s lab was appropriated for a new purpose: to measure air quality during the coronavirus shutdown.

In a Crisis, We’re All “Coming of Age”

At the onset of the pandemic, we were stockpiling toilet paper and cleaning supplies, but in April we began stockpiling books.

Lessons on Pandemics from a War-torn Country

As a family physician in the COVID-19 hotspot of Lynn, MA, business is anything but usual for Brent Fryling ’92. But his background detecting and treating tuberculosis in Afghanistan makes him thankful to be here in the U.S