Yicaury Melo ’09 Named Director of Multicultural Initiatives and the Clarendon Scholars Program

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.

Alumnus Tackles Crisis in the Immigrant Church

The youth pastor of Arabic Evangelical Baptist Church in West Roxbury, MA, Karim (Kika) Ghobrial ’16 feels compelled by his Egyptian roots to address an important phenomenon that he has witnessed in the immigrant church.

Toussaint Williams ’18: Future Transnational Bridge-builder

Toussaint Williams ’18 is on a mission to build bridges between Jamaica and China. With a knack for Mandarin Chinese and a heart for his native Jamaica, he is on scholarship at the Beijing Language and Culture University.

Gordon Joins 20 Christian Institutions to Offer $1.5 Million for MLK50 Dream Forward Scholarship Initiative

Gordon was one of 20 institutions to participate in the MLK50 Dream Forward Scholarship Initiative, which offers a total of $1.5 million in scholarships to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Two Clarendon Scholars Travel to Chicago for Urban Intensive

This past January, Wislene Augustin ’19 and Shineika Fareus ’21—two Gordon students and Clarendon scholars––traveled to Chicago for the Urban Intensive Program, a week-long program that educates college students about the social justice issues faced by urban communities in the U.S.