Wisdom From Dawn: An Alumna on Identity, Poetry and Belonging

This month, Melanie Hyo-In Han ’16 zoomed in to Homecoming and Family Weekend from Seoul, South Korea, to share her new collection of poetry with the Gordon community. Here are some of the highlights Han discussed during her public reading and interview with Professor of English Mark Stevick.

Words that Belong to One Language But All People

ROSE BAKER ’21 Major: linguistics Hometown: Layton, UT If she could be fluent in any other language, it would be Russian.

Meet the Inaugural Bible Translation Program Cohort

Gordon’s Bible Translation Program inducted its first cohort of students. They come from a variety of academic disciplines, but are united in their common desire to serve God and other people on an international level.

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.

Gordon Expands Global Education Offerings

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Gordon’s Global Education Office introduces three new study abroad programs through the University of Auckland (New Zealand), Cardiff University (Wales) and Aquincum Institute of Technology (Hungary).