Journalism Students Get Up Front with Presidential Candidates

Journalism class

It’s not every day that students have an opportunity to interview presidential candidates—but students in Gordon’s Journalism class recently did just that. They applied their classroom learning to a real-world experience, traveling as reporters to nearby New Hampshire… Read More

From Elevate Finalist to Bridge Builder to Gordon Student

Finals are over and Christmas break has officially begun. Gordon students have scattered around the world, with all sorts of plans ahead of them. Some will work or visit friends. Others will participate in winter break trips to… Read More

Orientes Reges Tres Sunt Nos?

If you and 29 of your closest friends are going to sing in Latin, the Frost Hall lobby is the place to do it. All those voices rising in rich harmony take time to reach the 15-foot ceiling,… Read More

Economics and Business Students Take on New York City

Fifteen members of Gordon’s Economic and Business Organization (EBO) recently travelled to New York City to network for two days with Gordon alumni in the fields of business, finance and economics—and do a little exploring. Emily David ’16… Read More

Dialogue in Action: Gordon Student Scholars and the Civilitas Group

A group of A. J. Gordon Scholars and Clarendon Scholars recently had an opportunity to engage with Christian leaders from all over the country at a gathering in nearby Boston. One of the participants, India Boland ’17 (A…. Read More