This month, Melanie Hyo-In Han ’16 zoomed in to Homecoming and Family Weekend from Seoul, South Korea, to share her new collection of poetry with the Gordon community. Here are some of the highlights Han discussed during her public reading and interview with Professor of English Mark Stevick.
Bestselling author and expert psychologist Janine Halloran ’00 gave a talk at Homecoming 2021 that outlined her top tips for helping children cope with stresses.
From Ancient Egypt to the Civil Rights Movement, three exhibits on display at Gordon this fall connect history with 21st-century topics.
Gordon students Bethany Carsey ’22, Clara Mund ’22, Olivia Rose ’22, and Kalyn Oliveira ’22 were four of the student-teachers working in Chelsea over the summer to get students back on track with their learning, after the pandemic and the transition to remote learning created a major literacy gap for young readers.
Honorees for the 2021 Homecoming Awards: A Celebration of Faithful Leadership exemplify Christ-like service and Christian character in a range of fields.
Last week, the Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership (CEL) hosted Altar Live CEO Stephanie Leathe ’16 and COO Andrew Amann for Open Coffee—a weekly story hour where students can learn about the opportunities and challenges of starting a business from real nonprofit leaders and small business owners.
Jonathan Senning (computer science), Amy Brown Hughes (theology) and Evangeline “Angie” Cornwell (biology) were named the inaugural Vocation Faculty Fellows, a new award from the Career and Connection Institute.
While people were baking homemade sourdough bread, adopting pets and remodeling bathrooms to make the most of being stuck at home during the pandemic, music performance major Shant Arakelian ’21 was composing a six-movement sonata about his life.
Faith Rising catalyzed significant updates to core student spaces including Lane Student Center, Jenks Library, Bennett Athletic Center, Brigham Athletic Complex and the La Vida Center for Outdoor Education and Leadership.
Faith Rising enabled vital enhancements to the College’s academic model: shorter completion times, concurrent education and expanded digital opportunities, all while retaining Gordon’s commitment to the core values of a Christian liberal arts education.
Through the Faith Rising campaign, Gordon dramatically decreased tuition costs to families and increased the volume of merit- and need-based scholarships for students.