A Conservative “Disruptor” Leading the Charge on Racial Reform

Last Friday Gordon College welcomed public official and conservative think-tank president Kay Coles James for a special conversation with President D. Michael Lindsay in honor of Black History Month.

The Meaning Behind the Month

The Bell caught up with four students to find out what Black History Month means to them.

World-class Anthropologist Identifies Two Lies That Derail American Society’s Journey Toward Freedom

Last week the Gordon community got to hear from world-class anthropologist and President of the American Academy of Religion Dr. Marla Frederick. Read the full recap of the Convocation lecture she gave in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Changing the Tune of Representation in Classical Music

Embracing being Black has been a lifelong journey for Michael Ellis Ingram, who moved to Germany in 2010 to pursue a career in music. Read about his personal journey and revelations.

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.