The new space features a machine shop for physics students, a vivarium and aquarium for biology and psychology students, and a cadaver lab for kinesiology and pre-health professions students.
Since 1992, Ann Seavey has been a tireless advocate for Gordon students. Hired to develop the recently founded Academic Support Center, she cultivated a department that equips students for success—among them, students with physical or learning disabilities, and… Read More
“Taking families out of their normal environment and away from social pressures helps build community and introspection. And being in nature contributes so much to their development.” Cheng Qian ’14 discusses her new organization that seeks to foster emotional health through outdoor learning.
Studying in the Croatian capital, Zagreb, the students of the Balkans Semester Program had the unique opportunity to serve refugee families at the Croatian-Slovenian border crossing.
How do you know that Harrison Ford is actually cool? Is it because you personally think that of him, or is it because Star Wars is just so cool? Or maybe it’s because everyone you know thinks that… Read More