Tom Wholley ’11 On Creating Monsters for “A Quiet Place”

from Tom Wholley’s ’11 imagination will fill thousands, maybe millions of screens across the world as Halo Infinite—the latest installment of the Halo video game series—goes live.

How Central Friendship Is to Preventing Burnout, Especially During a Crisis

Last Thursday, bestselling author Lisa-Jo Baker ’98 and international relief worker Sarah Petrin ’98 spoke to the Gordon community about their lives as humanitarians, authors and friends. Read the full recap.

On Trial: How Generosity Fueled COVID-19 Vaccine Development

Over the last year, Tatenda Makoni ’17 helped run clinical trials for three of the major COVID-19 vaccines. Learn more about the thousands of volunteers who made vaccination against the coronavirus possible.

Six Black Heroes and Heroines of Gordon’s Past

In honor of Black History Month, The Bell retells the stories of six Black men and women—all graduates of Gordon and Barrington—who went to great lengths to shift the currents of history.

The Hard Work of Choosing Forgiveness Over Hatred

In celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, The Bell interviewed the Honorable Herman J. Smith Jr. ’70.