In celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, The Bell interviewed the Honorable Herman J. Smith Jr. ’70.
More than 80,000 words and 125 posts on the pandemic, racial equality, church history, new programs and exciting College updates—take a look at The Bell’s 20 most popular stories of 2020.
For the first time in Gordon’s history, students can opt into a fully remote learning experience from anywhere in the world. It’s a new era for Gordon.
Hear from the inaugural Dokes Ministry Scholars program director, Andrew Breton ’08, about his vision for Gordon’s new accelerated pastoral degree program, offered through a partnership with Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.
La Vida’s final Advent devotional meditates on Galatians 6:4–6 and the importance of allowing God to guide our impact in the world.
Because the journeys of Mary, Joseph and the magi only take up a few sentences in the Bible, there is much left to our imagination. To understand the risks Mary and Joseph took to bring the Messiah into the world and the lengths the magi went to just to meet him, The Bell interviewed biblical geographer Nicole DePue ’08.
Through the new School of Graduate, Professional and Extended Studies, the College is launching four fully online bachelor’s programs for adult learners, to begin at the start of the new year.
To help us enjoy stronger unions in this time of crisis, marriage counselors Jill Sieverts ’86 and Eden West ’07 are sharing the advice they’ve been giving to their own clients during the pandemic.
Each veteran represents a unique story and immeasurable sacrifice. To honor them on Veterans Day, The Bell interviewed just a few of Gordon’s many veterans and active duty service members.
Because many of us are feeling extra fragile these days—physically, emotionally and spiritually— The Bell interviewed mindfulness teacher Lisa Varno ’07 about ways in which mindfulness can help us regain some strength and peace of mind.
Over the course of his career, Harris has worked with patients who demonstrate incredible resilience, which has informed his view of courage. And last week he had the opportunity to share this view with the Gordon community as the guest speaker for the Center for Faith and Inquiry’s annual Herrmann Lectures series.