Driving Diversity: Dr. Michelle Loyd-Paige on Challenges, Strategies and Solutions 

At a Center for Faith and Inquiry (CFI) event on Tuesday, March 26, Dr. Michelle Loyd-Paige—author of The Diversity Playbook and a 30-year veteran in the diversity education field—talked about the different levels of diversity, the struggles against it and how to practically take action to establish it.

Top 5 Places to Take Photos on Gordon College’s Campus 

There are many picture-worthy spots at Gordon College to take amazing photos at year-round. Here are our top five places to snap some great campus pics.

Championing Elder Equality: Abigail Butt ’05 Advocates for Aging Communities 

Abigail Butt ’05, M.Sc., Ph.D., studied psychology at Gordon and is now the director of the Lincoln Council on Aging & Human Services. We sat down with her to ask about her job working in a government municipality and her passion for helping people. 

Navigating Political Discontent: Dr. Paul Brink’s Search for Fairness and Justice 

Dr. Paul Brink, professor of political science, spent his sabbatical exploring reasons behind this political dissatisfaction and seeking to find a different approach to fairness and justice. He found our country is in desperate need of a theory of justice that takes better account of the diverse communities and identities of American society.

From Deconstruction to Reformation: Dr. Soong-Chan Rah on Embracing Diversity in Faith and Practice  

Rev. Dr. Soong-Chan Rah spoke at a March 19 Center for Faith and Inquiry event that the American church isn’t deconstructing, but reforming and growing thanks to increasing diversity. We can help our church by finding unity in our shared love for Christ.