How to Show Love and Support to At-risk Relatives Over the Holidays

After eight years as a trauma social worker at Ocala Medical Center in Florida, Andy Millar ’98 has seen just how much family support influences an individual’s recovery.

Rare Skin Disease Specialist Learns Resilience from His Patients

Over the course of his career, Harris has worked with patients who demonstrate incredible resilience, which has informed his view of courage. And last week he had the opportunity to share this view with the Gordon community as the guest speaker for the Center for Faith and Inquiry’s annual Herrmann Lectures series.

From Moral Apathy to Moral Clarity: Ethics Training for the Next Wave of Health Professionals

Last week, after a court ruling in Boston, John Kapoor became the first executive of an opioid manufacturer to be convicted at a criminal trial.

Beauty Pageants Are No Longer Skin Deep

It’s the first day of the 99th Miss America pageant and chances are very few of us will watch it tonight (even after the organization officially nixed the swimwear and evening gown segments last year, claiming they would no longer judge women based on their exterior)

Walking with Women in their Own Advent Journey

This season, many women will give birth outside of the hospital. Although they share in Mary’s labor pains, they have angels of a different kind: certified nurse midwives like Story Jones ’04 who do their part to create a more comfortable environment (than, say, a barn) for bringing a baby into the world.