• Homecoming Guests to Talk Racial Healing and Hymn Writing

    This weekend at Homecoming, the College will hear from hymn writers Keith and Kristyn Getty of Getty Music, and Sheila Wise Rowe, author of Healing Racial Trauma: The Road to Resilience.

  • What 106 West Coast Wildfires Can Teach Us About Delayed Gratification

    To investigate the cause of the West Coast’s record-breaking summer—for wildfire damage, grid failures and heatwaves—The Bell sought out the expertise of Bay Area resident and clean energy professional Maggie Alexander ’10.

  • Six Safe On-campus Hangout Ideas: Fall Edition

    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.

  • Triumph in Tragedy: Remembering 9/11

    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.

  • Wielding the Weapon of Rhetoric for Good

    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.

  • Living with Purpose: Senior Reflection from Daryus Vaughan ’20

    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.