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Senior Resident Life Staff To Stand In For RDs »

Jesse Steele ’15 Contributor Allee Keener ’15 is preparing for her third year working with Residence Life, but next year she’ll be doing a job that’s not just new to…

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Alister McGrath Gives Lecture on Science and Faith »

Sarah Figucia ’17 Contributor Natural scientist and theologian Alister McGrath visited Gordon on April 7 to speak about the intersection of science and faith at the school’s inaugural Tak Yan…

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Nathan Baxter to Leave Gordon for Full-Time Ministry »

Emily MacAdam ’15 Contributor After years of juggling roles as a professor and a priest, the Rev. Nathan Baxter is stepping down from his position as Associate Professor of Communication…

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Mooney McCoy Dances Her Way to Director »

Growing up in Yonkers, New York, a suburb north of Bronx, Paulea Mooney-McCoy was surrounded by art. Her father owned a silk screening business while her brother pursued art at…

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Arts & Life

Willie Nelson’s Armadillo Returned After Being Kidnapped »

Eleanora Sparling ’14 and Hayley Pomeroy ’14 Arts & Life Co-Editors The thermostats are drifting upwards and the ice is…

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The Must List »

Ella Sparling ’14 and Hayley Pomeroy ’14 Arts and Life Co-Editors 1. “One More Thing: Stories and Other Stories” You…

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Theatre Arts Department Presents Metamorphoses »

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Anna Obert ’16 Contributor With a dazzling in-house pool, Gordon’s performance of Metamorphoses uses water to bridge Ancient Greek mythology…

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Golden Goose 2014 »

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Sandev Handy ’16 Contributor Between the constant references to the “selfie” phenomenon, emotionally exhilarating stage acts and cheering audience, last…

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Opinion

To the Editor »

To the Editor: Chapel and convocation services are an integral part of the Gordon College student experience. Three times each week, students gather to worship, to grow in faith and even to explore new ways of encountering God and God’s world. In his recent visit…

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The Evolution of the Goose »

On April 4, all four classes competed for the prize of the Golden goose and the senior class, for the third year in a row, took home the gold (in goose form). All 11 competitors charmed the audience, and the sophomore’s “Lord of the Rings”…

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Government and Capitalism in America »

Justin Kennedy ’15 Contributor The United States Declaration of Independence proclaims that all men (and women, via the 19th Amendment) are created equal and are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights including Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness. Governments are instituted to…

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Sports

Head Coach Julie Brown Let Go, Women’s Basketball Moving On »

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Kevin Keohane ’15 Sports Editor The athletic department has fired Gordon College women’s basketball head coach Julie Brown, whose teams consistently struggled with depth and…

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Men’s Tennis Searching For More Than An Ace »

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  Darian Perreult ’16 Contributor After finishing the 2013 season with a 6-14 record, the men’s team already has five wins under its belts. But…

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Volleyball Team Welcomes New Coach »

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Kevin Keohane ’15 Sports Editor On April 7, the athletic department welcomed Sue Kelly as the new head coach for the Gordon College volleyball team.…

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