September 20, 2021

New Club CAIM Cultivates Disability Dialogue

Arts & Life
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 […]

Tartan Vision for 2021

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September 1, 2021 0

Hello! My name is Kate Walker, and I am the current Editor-in-Chief of the Tartan following Collin Hall. This year, we will continue to report campus events, GCSA and sports updates, and administrative decisions to […]

Campus Freedom of Speech Withers

Archives
September 22, 2020 0

On the Importance of Free Speech Liam Siegler As the semester begins, I feel compelled to write on the subject of free speech. The way we engage in the exchanging of ideas, thoughts, and opinions […]

Deckert New Title IX Coordinator

March 19, 2020 0
         Glenn Deckert is taking on additional responsibilities as the new coordinator for Gordon College’s Title IX team. Deckert is the chief of Gordon College’s campus police and has worked on the Title IX team [...]

President Lindsay announces $75.5 million donation

November 22, 2019 0
During a special homecoming convocation on Oct. 4, President D. Michael Lindsay took center stage and announced the Faith Rising campaign and its goal of raising $130 million for the endowment of Gordon College. The [...]

Vertical Worship plays concert at Gordon College

November 22, 2019 0
Vertical Worship performed in A.J. Gordon Chapel Friday, Oct. 11. Originally known as Vertical Church Band from Harvest Bible Chapel in Chicago, IL., their mission and inspiration come from a desire “to write songs of [...]

Microgreen Company Partners with Bon Appetit

November 22, 2019 0
Recently Gordon had a visit from a local microgreen producer based in Andover, Mass., called Simply Green. Simply Green uses indoor vertical farming to focus on providing the best quality of plants in the most [...]

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. […]

A Police Force that Prays

January 14, 2020 0

The saying goes: “culture eats strategy for breakfast,” Which is why the Gordon Police Department does not just talk about honoring God in their work, but strive to foster a culture defined by prayer, ministry, […]

We Should Go to Mars

November 7, 2019 0
On May 25th, 1961, President John F. Kennedy announced an ambitious goal: put a man on the moon before the end of the decade. Earlier that year, Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin became the first person [...]

Water You Doing?

November 7, 2019 0
Two weeks in a row, students have gathered around the Clarendon Bell after Convocation for climate change rallies. The effects of climate change are vast, from increasing global temperatures to more frequent hurricane season, and [...]

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 […]

Team Hosts Rowing Camp

October 29, 2019 0

Homecoming is a time of great excitement for Gordon College. Welcoming back alumni, reuniting with family, and inviting other campus visitors to share in special Gordon activities and traditions is a highlight for everyone, visitors […]

Tartan Vision for 2021

September 1, 2021 0
Hello! My name is Kate Walker, and I am the current Editor-in-Chief of the Tartan following Collin Hall. This year, we will continue to report campus events, GCSA and sports updates, and administrative decisions to [...]

Jukanovich and Curry Depart from the College

November 7, 2019 0
Over the past couple months, several members of the administration and staff have left the college including Tom Haugen, former chaplain, and Michael Curtis, former Director of Residence Life. In an email on August 23, [...]

Interviews with the Presidential Candidates

March 26, 2019 0
Interview transcripts have been edited for length and clarity. Jonathan Frink, Class of 2020 Let’s start with the basics! What’s your major, where are you from and what do you do in your free time? [...]

March Edition Gordon Grapevine

March 6, 2019 0
I understand that the budget is tight right now, but as someone who tends to have dinner at a later hour, not having Late Night on Friday and Saturday has made for a difficult adjustment [...]

President Lindsay Addresses UN Prayer Breakfast

September 24, 2018 0
Katie Simpson ‘20 Managing Editor President D. Michael Lindsay spoke in front of 225 international diplomats at the 33rd annual UN prayer breakfast, On Tuesday, Sept. 18. “The audience came from a variety of faith [...]

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