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.
A summer internship with the Hartford Symphony Orchestra introduced music major Hunter Hess ’22 to new career possibilities and inspirations.
Following a required and routine reauthorization process from the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education last month, Gordon’s School of Education received “full approval” in all areas—and was commended as “Exemplary” in one area.
Along with the hundreds of new students joining the Gordon community this fall are several new faculty members. Here is a little about the experience and expertise they’re bringing to our community.
September is College Savings Month and The Bell teamed up with Admissions and Student Financial Services to bring some tips on navigating the affordability aspect of the college search and decision process.
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.
This fall, students are coming from a range of scenarios—high school, a year off, remote learning and more. Our orientation director shares tips for all to thrive during the transition.
If you’re #GordonBound, you know that Move-in Day is one month away, and you’re probably wondering what to bring or buy for your new college dorm room. We’re here to save you some of the trouble.
Over 30 adventurous years as a pastor and church planter prepared David Sullivan ’74B for an unconventional mission field: the sets of movies, TV shows, music videos and commercials.
Tucked away in quintessential New England, Gordon is well situated to offer easy access to both natural wonders and rich historical sites. Why not make your next college visit a family vacation, and explore the North Shore’s maritime roots or “singing coastline”?