After careers imparting both professional and personal wisdom to students at Gordon, three retiring professors share their next steps and the memories they’ll take with them.
Hear from retiring professors, who share their upcoming plans, cherished memories and insights from a career in the classroom.
To get some practical advice for how we can enjoy this transition to a “new normal”, The Bell interviewed mental health counselor Reid Swetland of the Gordon College Counseling Center. Here are his five tips for navigating reentry and relishing it too.
Three faculty received a Templeton Foundation grant through the CCCU, which will facilitate research partnerships and encourage interdisciplinary dialogue.
In honor of National Learn to Row Day and Varsity Rowing’s recent success, Head Coach Maddie Hopkins ’18 shares three tips for anyone learning to row.
To get you in the spirit of summer reading, The Bell has collected a range of book recommendations from Gordon staff and faculty. Enjoy!
In a narrow hallway between the quiet study room and the Writing Center on the fourth floor of Jenks Library, a few sleepy offices overlook the quad. In one of these, Dr. Damon DiMauro prepares for his unique French and Italian classes and writes articles on Renaissance literature.
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
“How can we be joy-filled people in a pain-filled world? We hold tightly to God’s presence through Jesus Christ in our lives.” Rev. Tom Haugen offers an Advent reflection on Luke 1:46-55.