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).
For three Social Venture Challenge teams, Thursday night’s Final Showcase is a chance to build transformation on campus. Meet the teams and their creative startups.
In 2008, Mike Schnakenburg, Lucy Mull, and Andrew Breton graduated during the Great Recession—and Dan Stevens ’06 started his own business. Hear their stories and sage advice for this year’s graduating class.
Meet two Social Venture Challenge finalists teams who are poised to make an impact here on the North Shore. On Thursday they go head-to-head with five other teams in the Final Showcase.
Seven student teams are preparing for the most entrepreneurial Social Venture Challenge finale yet. First, meet two teams who are developing creative plans to empower women in Africa.