Examining Christian Responses to Gender-Based Violence: Crum Lecture 2024 Insights by Dr. Meredith Whitnah 

On Thursday, April 11, Gordon College hosted its annual Crum Lecture, a 30-year legacy event in honor the late Professor Terrelle B. Crum, who was the dean of Barrington College before it merged with Gordon in 1985. This year Whitnah presented the lecture, “Faith and the Fragility of Justice: Religious Responses to Gender-Based Violence in South Africa.”

Guardians of Cybersecurity: Insights from Information Security Consultant Imaris Loja 

Imaris Loja ’21, who studied computer science at Gordon and now works at MassMutual as an information security consultant, speaks about her job working in cybersecurity and her passion for computer science. 

How a First-Year’s Film Won National Acclaim: Mason Cummins ’27 on His Award-Winning Project 

Mason Cummins ’27 made a film for a Communications 101 class that won one of only 30 Awards of Excellence at the annual Broadcast Education Association Festival of Media Arts—the largest national contest of student film projects in the nation, despite the fact he was a first-year student in a 100-level class with an entry-level assignment.

Driving Diversity: Dr. Michelle Loyd-Paige on Challenges, Strategies and Solutions 

At a Center for Faith and Inquiry (CFI) event on Tuesday, March 26, Dr. Michelle Loyd-Paige—author of The Diversity Playbook and a 30-year veteran in the diversity education field—talked about the different levels of diversity, the struggles against it and how to practically take action to establish it.

Navigating Political Discontent: Dr. Paul Brink’s Search for Fairness and Justice 

Dr. Paul Brink, professor of political science, spent his sabbatical exploring reasons behind this political dissatisfaction and seeking to find a different approach to fairness and justice. He found our country is in desperate need of a theory of justice that takes better account of the diverse communities and identities of American society.