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.
When Elizabeth Mulley ’19 thinks about what it feels like to walk into the hospital as a nurse’s aide during this season of COVID-19, she likens it to some of her most nerve-wracking experiences as a La Vida sherpa.
Eighty-one years ago, you could walk into a tiny basement club in Greenwich Village (a.k.a. “The Wrong Place for the Right People”) and hear 23-year-old Billie Holiday end her set with a song called “Strange Fruit.”
The Redemptive Side of Anger: How Civil Rights Activist Arthur Whitaker ’49 Used His Own Pain to Bring About Healing
In honor of Black History Month, The Bell revisits the inspiring story of Rev. Dr. Arthur L. Whitaker ’49, a Gordon graduate who worked tirelessly for racial equality and the “brotherhood of all men” during World War II, the Civil Rights Movement and the many decades that followed.
This season, many women will give birth outside of the hospital. Although they share in Mary’s labor pains, they have angels of a different kind: certified nurse midwives like Story Jones ’04 who do their part to create a more comfortable environment (than, say, a barn) for bringing a baby into the world.