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.
Veronica Andreades ’20 believed the path to success was a master plan and a straight path. But a summer internship abroad taught her the opposite: the fastest route is, in fact, a very squiggly line.
A rare accomplishment, two Gordon faculty members have been awarded Fulbright Scholarships for the fall semester: Provost Janel Curry and Assistant Professor of Economics and Business Kristen Cooper ’06.
After traveling with the Boston Symphony Youth Orchestra this summer, violinist Jinyung Suh ’22 says, “You just realize that the world is so much bigger than you make it out to be.”
At Symposium, Greek expat Dr. Christine Palmer delivered the Richard Gross Keynote Address, speaking from personal experience to describe the impacts of the Greek refugee crisis and where Christianity fits in.