Heather Templeton Dill on the Future of Religion

Last April, the first picture of a black hole went viral. It was a low-res image of a bright yellow disc with a dark hole in the middle, similar in shape to a donut.

Healing Post-Soviet Ukraine through Music

When Yo-Yo Ma—perhaps the world’s most famous living classical musician—played his cello at the border entry point in Laredo, Texas, last April, it was a perfect example of how the culture of classical music is changing.

Gordon College to Award Five Honorary Doctorates at Commencement

The College will award honorary doctorates to entrepreneur Rev. Dr. Kwabena Darko, evangelist Beth Moore, education expert Solano Portela-Terra, talent acquisition guru Russell Reynolds and local church leader Rev. Dr. Wesley A. Roberts.

Revolutionizing Reading in Liberia

In Harbel, Margibi County, Liberia—a community once shattered by two civil wars that propagated the use of child soldiers—Ollie White ’18 is building Beautiful Beginnings.

Loving and Serving from the Meta to the Mundane

An operative legal system has the power to effect change for good. And that’s why “I just became convinced that the legal system is something I wanted to be a part of in some way,” says contract immigration attorney Alice (Anderson) Bohn ’12, J.D.