Thanks to generous gifts from the Kanas family and the alumni community, major enhancements to Athletics facilities improve the Gordon experience for student-athletes and beyond.
What drew the women back to the tomb through waves of heart-stopping terror? The psalms they probably sung as Jesus entered Jerusalem reflected their cultural memory of God’s unchanging truths.
Isaiah’s Messianic vision became incarnate through Jesus Christ—the Savior of all humankind who was fully human and yet without sin, and who in the midst of suffering was the exalted Redeemer.
Last Thursday, bestselling author Lisa-Jo Baker ’98 and international relief worker Sarah Petrin ’98 spoke to the Gordon community about their lives as humanitarians, authors and friends. Read the full recap.
Palm Sunday’s devotional asks, “Can we, must we, always praise God for his goodness?” It takes courage to look back on past tragedies and still be obedient in the present.
The fifth Sunday of Lent examines God’s care for his creation and the promise of eternal life through him, foretold in the prophet Ezekiel’s revelation.
Over the last year, Tatenda Makoni ’17 helped run clinical trials for three of the major COVID-19 vaccines. Learn more about the thousands of volunteers who made vaccination against the coronavirus possible.
Gordon’s Department of Music aims to advance the work of Black composers beyond Black History Month through performances and in-depth studies of the musical styles.
From 1996 until present day, a group of independent researchers have put outdoor orientation programs (OOPs), aimed at helping first-year students transition to college, to the test. En masse, they interviewed 36 trip leaders and 1,581 participants to see not only if they had changed, but to determine how.