The fall semester is well underway, which means student life is getting busy. The Bell rounded up the best ways to get involved with Gordon Athletics, Homecoming, arts, guest speakers and even Christmas.
This year, as part of the second annual Black Fly event, five storytellers had the chance to tell a five-minute story and win a free Sea to Summit double hammock.
From the negative influence of cell phones to the origin of the universe, last week’s JUD Talks provided a platform for students to exercise their public speaking skills by presenting a speech on a topic that inspires their passion.
On April 5 and 6, Gordon will host its first annual History and Vocation Symposium, “Museums and the Future: Challenges and Careers,” with a keynote address by Richard Pickering of Plimoth Plantation, and a panel featuring six alumni.
THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD: The Gordon College Department of Theatre Art’s winter whodunit musical tackles comedy, romance, and sleuthing. Tickets on sale >>