Tales of a Nomad in New Zealand: Leaving and Arriving

Bell writer Sierra Flach ’18 has traded her Road Hall at Gordon for the rolling hills of New Zealand, where she will be bringing the latest from her study abroad adventure in the last stop before Antarctica.

A. J. Gordon Missions Fellowship: Attaining a Dream in Colombia

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Since age 12, Melissa Molano ’18 wanted to volunteer at El Refugio in Cartagena, Colombia. This year, she’s finally fulfilling that dream as an A. J. Gordon Missions Fellow.

The Arts of Reconnection and Presence

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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

An Un-Belize-able Experience

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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.

Katie Gilbert ’16 Receives Fulbright Award to Study Syriac in India

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Katie Gilbert ’16 has received a Student Fulbright grant to study at the St. Ephrem Ecumenical Research Institute in India, where she will take courses in Syriac language and literature from top Syriac scholars.