Every year, graduating seniors are invited to share their stories with the Gordon community. It’s a chance to reflect on their time at Gordon and pass down some of their wisdom to the rising seniors, juniors and sophomores.
While many summer internships were canceled due to the pandemic, computer science students completing remote internships are gaining experience that will make them “exponentially more valuable in the workforce.”
Melo’s appointment to director marks the first time in the Clarendon Scholars program’s 18-year history that it will be run by an alum.
As soon as the Canadian border opens, former La Vida sherpas (and participants) Joel Cox ’16, Taylor Bradford ’19, Blake Denman ’18 and Izzy Johnson ’18 will be hiking Canada’s Nááts’įhch’oh National Park (NNP).
To get a better idea of how we can enjoy some of our favorite summer activities while taking care of ourselves and others, The Bell reached out to a few knowledgeable alumni who have the inside scoop on activities like camping, berry picking and picnics in the park.
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.
Art major Rebecca Orcutt ’15 is among 55 artists whose work was selected from a field of more than 2,700 this spring in the most prestigious portrait painting competition in the world: the National Portrait Gallery’s Portrait Competition.
Kelsey Fetzer ’16 and Andrew Fiedler ’16 (pictured above) brought their product, EnerTea, from the kitchens of Tavilla Hall and Chase Hall to the Social Venture Challenge—where it earned first place, claiming a $5,000 grant. EnerTea is a… Read More
“Uncharity.” It’s a strikingly unpredictable manifesto for a nonprofit organization helping underserved communities around the globe. But for Peter Greer, president and CEO of HOPE International, it’s the answer to poverty alleviation. On Wednesday, April 29 Gordon College… Read More
In the words of Dr. Tal Howard, director of the Center for Faith and Inquiry (CFI), “It’s not everyday that a Catholic Cardinal, an Archbishop, speaks at an evangelical college.” But April 20 was an exception.
Performances of the Theatre Department’s sold-out production of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night began April 10 in the Margaret Jensen Theatre at Barrington Center for the Arts. Students, faculty, parents and guests packed in tightly to witness the play’s adaptation by Gordon’s… Read More