James Wheeler ’24 and other Gordon students will serve as UN Observers at the 28th Conference of the Parties (COP28) for climate action in Dubai, United Arab Emirates from December 4-15, 2023.
The Eurasian Redwing Thrush is nondescript, any way you cut it. Modest. Unremarkable. Ordinary…But as an ecologist and ornithologist, I know that the Redwing Thrush, like every other species, is defined more deeply not by its appearance, but by its relationships, behaviors and habits.
In the second Center for Faith and Inquiry lecture of the academic year, Steven Harris, a faith-based public policy expert and scholar of American religious history and African American studies, explored what we can learn from contradictions in American Christian history and the formation of what has been termed “the black church.”
Perhaps it’s being a born and raised New Englander, or my fondness for Solomon’s wisdom poetry in Ecclesiastes 3, that I am accustomed to the language and preparation for the changing seasons.
The Gordon College Student Chapter of the American Chemical Society received national recognition for their activities during the 2013-14 academic year. The chapter also received a Green Chemistry Chapter award. The American Chemical Society is the world’s largest… Read More
“Often when people think of structures they think of a standard, permanent fixture but the beauty of experimental sculpture is how it creates a rethinking of places we interact with.”
Karl-Dieter Crisman, associate professor of mathematics, recently published a review article in Books and Culture. “If you’re a member of group that gets club oufits,” he writes, “it’s typical to personalize the shirts or jackets with a nickname… Read More