One summer, 8,500 miles: Nathalia Moran ’18 finds the overlap between her Rwanda Seminar experience and a Texas-based nonprofit internship.
Steeped in rich history and artwork, Orvieto, Italy has proved to be the essential meeting place for students and professors alike to experience the interconnectedness of art, faith and history. When John Skillen (pictured below) created the Gordon… Read More
Abby Mantey ’18, a biology major (pre-medical track) and international student from Ghana, writes about her experience on the “Health and Healthcare in the Developing World” seminar in Belize this summer.
With bold colors, religious iconography and symbolism, and layering themes, a mural created by Bruce Herman’s Gordon IN Orvieto painting class celebrates the program and connects it to the universal church.
“My real presence was found in an ancient Italian town that was sculpted right from the mountain that it sits upon, and it is called Orvieto,” writes Theresa Sterling ’16.