Gordon’s Lion Rampant sports a competitive, new look thanks to a generous gift from the Kanas family. The update features layers of cyan and navy, a sharper silhouette, a forward tilt and a more angled eye.
Gordon College announces the appointment of Dr. Ivan L. Filby, an international higher education administrator and professor, as founding executive director of the Gordon adult education program.
Every year, graduating seniors are invited to share their stories with the Gordon community. It’s a chance to reflect on their time at Gordon and pass down some of their wisdom to the rising seniors, juniors and sophomores.
While many summer internships were canceled due to the pandemic, computer science students completing remote internships are gaining experience that will make them “exponentially more valuable in the workforce.”
Melo’s appointment to director marks the first time in the Clarendon Scholars program’s 18-year history that it will be run by an alum.
As soon as the Canadian border opens, former La Vida sherpas (and participants) Joel Cox ’16, Taylor Bradford ’19, Blake Denman ’18 and Izzy Johnson ’18 will be hiking Canada’s Nááts’įhch’oh National Park (NNP).
As a family physician in the COVID-19 hotspot of Lynn, MA, business is anything but usual for Brent Fryling ’92. But his background detecting and treating tuberculosis in Afghanistan makes him thankful to be here in the U.S
With the official Commencement ceremony sidelined until the fall due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Gordon community found creative ways to honor the Class of 2020.
“Instead of striving to seize control over the chaos that exceeds the boundaries of our control, we are admonished to rather allow ourselves to be seized by the virtue of a transformative hope which does not fail,” writes Nathaniel Quartey ’21
Though the current state of the world may seem novel, many of us have encountered seasons of uncertainty before. During such events, the wise counsel and insight of mentors can help offer perspective and hope.
Well over 50 Gordon education majors have stepped in to help overwhelmed parents homeschool their children and help lead-teachers transition their classes to an online format during the pandemic.