Knowing that friendship is also one of the most important aspects of a healthy and meaningful college experience, The Bell brainstormed a few pandemic-proof ways you can be enjoying your friends this semester on campus.
The tragedies of 9/11 appear in history textbooks and college students are too young to recollect the events, but Chaplain Bob Whittet urges us to loosen our grip on confusion, disbelief and fear, and instead focus on remembrance, gratitude and faith.
As press conferences take over TV and headlines clash, Dr. Luke Redington arrives at Gordon to teach students how to wield the weapon of rhetoric ethically, lead Gordon’s Writing Center and help launch a new minor in professional writing.
As students finish up their second full week of classes and adjust to their new “normal”, The Bell is resharing the senior reflection of biblical studies and political science graduate Daryus Vaughan ’20.
From their makeshift labs right here in Wenham all the way to Ohio, and research projects ranging from surveying butterflies to shining lasers, here is a recap of summer student research.
Social distancing has beckoned many into nature, and Dr. Ming Zheng has tips for those who have turned to gardening as an escape from the indoors and a peaceful routine.
Gordon hosted the Economics of Global Poverty conference January 5-7. As billions worldwide struggle on $2 per day or less, the conference brought together gospel-informed scholars committed to rigorous research on addressing global poverty.
On a Friday in mid-December in the midst of the hustle and bustle of finals week, students gathered in Chester’s Place for a joint release party of Gordon’s two literary journals: Vox Populi and The Idiom. Each publication encourages the greater Gordon community to participate.
Gordon College is full of people from all over the United States, North America and the world, but how did they get there? Everyone has a reason. Lauren Arzbecker ’14 wanted to explore the world beyond her hometown of Pewaukee,… Read More
The transition from Bullard, TX to Wenham, MA is quite drastic: temperatures range from a high of 110 to below zero. But as Ed Link ’15 was finally getting used to the north, he had to pack up… Read More