In celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, The Bell interviewed the Honorable Herman J. Smith Jr. ’70.
More than 80,000 words and 125 posts on the pandemic, racial equality, church history, new programs and exciting College updates—take a look at The Bell’s 20 most popular stories of 2020.
For the first time in Gordon’s history, students can opt into a fully remote learning experience from anywhere in the world. It’s a new era for Gordon.
Hear from the inaugural Dokes Ministry Scholars program director, Andrew Breton ’08, about his vision for Gordon’s new accelerated pastoral degree program, offered through a partnership with Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.
La Vida’s final Advent devotional meditates on Galatians 6:4–6 and the importance of allowing God to guide our impact in the world.
Because the journeys of Mary, Joseph and the magi only take up a few sentences in the Bible, there is much left to our imagination. To understand the risks Mary and Joseph took to bring the Messiah into the world and the lengths the magi went to just to meet him, The Bell interviewed biblical geographer Nicole DePue ’08.
As a Christian in the media, Malcolm believes that journalism plays important roles that carry spiritual significance: telling the truth, promoting global understanding, shedding light in dark places and holding people in authority accountable.
“Being in the foster care system I wasn’t always able to see that the state or government was working for me. But now to be on the other end, knowing that there are senators and representatives fighting for these issues, has been important to see. In a way, it’s been a healing process.”
Gordon College is one of the nation’s best institutions for undergraduate education, according to The Princeton Review. The education services company features Gordon College in the 2015 edition of its annual college guide, The Best 379 Colleges, released today. Only 15 percent of America’s 2,500 four-year colleges are profiled in the book, which is The Princeton Review’s flagship college guide.
The environmental work of Gordon College biology professor Dorothy Boorse recently was spotlighted in The Boston Globe, in a feature highlighting her pursuit to bridge the gap between science and faith.
What started as a few equations has evolved into a double major in economics and math, and a research project to battle world hunger.