One summer, 8,500 miles: Nathalia Moran ’18 finds the overlap between her Rwanda Seminar experience and a Texas-based nonprofit internship.
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.
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.
“Fact: I’m no longer a Gordon student. But I can confidently look back on my time at Gordon and say those years were some of the best in my life so far. To be specific, let’s take a look at 12 of the best things, in my humble opinion and in no particular order, about being a Gordon student.”
“My real presence was found in an ancient Italian town that was sculpted right from the mountain that it sits upon, and it is called Orvieto,” writes Theresa Sterling ’16.