December 9, 2021

Opinion: A Fourth Type of Friendship

Opinion
December 2, 2021 0

Growing up, my grandmother was a large part of my life. Whether it was Christmas sleepovers with the cousins, garden chores for quick cash, or mall trips to Game Stop and Taco Bell, she was […]

Opinion: The Church After the Sin of Colonization

Faith
December 2, 2021 0

The church has only recently begun to acknowledge and grapple with the role that Christianity has played in the colonization of North America. Throughout history, we see again and again the name of Christ used in […]

Ransomware Attack Puts Gordon on Hold

News
December 1, 2021 0

In the early hours of Thursday, October 21st, a confirmed ransomware attack crippled Gordon College’s internet infrastructure, phone lines, and nearly all of its various websites—including Gordon.edu, My.Gordon.edu, 360.Gordon.edu, and for a time, Canvas.Gordon.edu. This prevented students from using campus Wi-fi, completing wellness […]

We Have A Dream: Triple A at Gordon College

October 4, 2021 0
ALANA ran its second Triple A event at Gordon College in collaboration with MIO clubs and GCSA, one of the biggest student-led collaborative projects of the year. The three-day event, from September 15th-17th, featured topics [...]

New Club CAIM Cultivates Disability Dialogue

September 12, 2021 0

Amid campus-wide conversations of diversity and intersectionality last November, Mikayla Martin was inspired with the vision of creating a platform to share the stories of disabled students at Gordon College. After conversations with Gordon’s Academic […]

Quarantine Diaries: Emilee Claffey

April 4, 2020 0

“These are the times that try men’s souls,” wrote Thomas Paine in 1776. It appeared in a pamphlet series entitled The Crisis, which offered consoling and patriotic sentiments during the turmoil of the American Revolution. […]

Opinion: A Fourth Type of Friendship

December 2, 2021 0
Growing up, my grandmother was a large part of my life. Whether it was Christmas sleepovers with the cousins, garden chores for quick cash, or mall trips to Game Stop and Taco Bell, she was [...]

Opinion: The Church After the Sin of Colonization

December 2, 2021 0
The church has only recently begun to acknowledge and grapple with the role that Christianity has played in the colonization of North America. Throughout history, we see again and again the name of Christ used in [...]

Opinion: The Problem of Short-Term Missions

September 24, 2021 0
Every year when I attend Missions Chapel, I am struck once again by the bad taste that short-term missions leaves in my mouth. It is the same taste that lingers after scrolling through Instagram during [...]

The Changing Identity of Modern American Football

January 13, 2020 0

Multiple studies have shown that the New England Patriots have just recently taken over the Dallas Cowboys as “America’s Team.” This is no surprise to the casual observer considering that Tom Brady has led the […]

A Hike to Mt. Eisenhower

November 24, 2019 0

For those who love the outdoors, nothing beats a crisp, sunny fall day out on the trail. But even better than a sunlight hike is a traipse through the forest in the black of night. […]

An Expedition with friends – Mt. Washington

November 21, 2019 0

Earlier this summer, my family was lucky enough to take a vacation to the Seattle area. For those who hail from the Pacific Northwest, you’ll know the reality of this region; its natural beauty is […]

Tafoya, Snyder, and Curtiss Shine at Senior Day

November 17, 2019 0

The Gordon College women’s volleyball team got a home win versus the Nichols College Bison last Saturday. It was Senior Day and all three seniors, Jamie Tafoya, Amanda Snyder, and Jenny Curtiss, were recognized and […]

In Other News: We’re Back!

November 24, 2021 0
Thank you for your continued patience through the Tartan’s inactivity this past month. For alumni and friends who are not on campus, a ransomware attack hit Gordon College on October 21st, blocking access to all [...]