July 7, 2020

How to Deal with Loneliness During Quarantine

Arts & Life
April 16, 2020 0

Since the rise of Covid-19, social distancing has displaced most to the confines of their home. I for one, am an extrovert. I thrive when I’m in the company of others, so suffice to say, […]

Professor Spotlight: Gregory Keller

News
April 4, 2020 0

It will be a while before we see them in-person again, and some seniors never got to say goodbye, but we love our professors. They are all working so hard to transfer classes online and […]

Doctor Who Series 12 Is A Mixed Bag

Arts & Life
April 4, 2020 0

It is important to start off by saying that I am a huge Doctor Who fan. I’ve been watching the show since I was thirteen years old, and I’ve loved it ever since. Which is […]

Professor Spotlight: Gregory Keller

April 4, 2020 0
It will be a while before we see them in-person again, and some seniors never got to say goodbye, but we love our professors. They are all working so hard to transfer classes online and [...]

Following Up with Faith Rising

March 27, 2020 0
Just three years ago, an anonymous donor pledged to give $25 million to Gordon College. The donation was, at the time, the largest of its kind; it dwarfed previous gifts by four times. This past [...]

Club Visits Boston Investment Firm

March 19, 2020 0
Tuesday, Jan. 28, the newly founded Investment Club tested their financial aptitude in front of a panel of professional investment portfolio managers at Eventide Asset Management in the Financial District in Boston.  In a board [...]

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 [...]

Doctor Who Series 12 Is A Mixed Bag

April 4, 2020 0

It is important to start off by saying that I am a huge Doctor Who fan. I’ve been watching the show since I was thirteen years old, and I’ve loved it ever since. Which is […]

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 QuaranTyne Diary

March 30, 2020 0

So far, my quarantine has been relatively tranquil. I can’t at all complain, knowing how bad things could have been. Almost two weeks ago, I was getting ready to leave Morocco. After a truly memorable […]

Croissants Are Not an Entrée

March 27, 2020 2
Last year, before I would go to class, I would go to the Bistro and use a meal swipe to get food. I would get a sandwich, a bag of chips, a chocolate milk, and [...]

Voting Day Should Be a National Holiday

March 19, 2020 0
Unless you are completely removed from the American political storm, you are aware that we are in the midst of yet another U.S. presidential election cycle. The arduous and often over-drawn process to elect a [...]

We Cannot Be Complacent

March 17, 2020 0
Since 1973, abortion has wrought the death of over 50 million unborn children in the United States. Over 600,000 abortions are performed every year. Asleep. While dignity is corrupted by silence… An estimate of over [...]

Women’s Lacrosse Team Gets New Coach

March 19, 2020 0

The Athletics Department has recently taken the age-old idiom of “silver and gold” to heart;  welcoming new friends, while also keeping the old.  Along with new campus changes to many academic and student life programs, […]

Ranking Gordon’s Superbowl Parties

March 19, 2020 0

On Sunday, February 2nd, the 53rd annual Super Bowl took place between the San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs. But chances are you already knew that, because you were holed up in your […]

Player Profile- Garrett Sattazahn

January 14, 2020 0

Freshman Garrett Sattazahn ‘23 is a freshman basketball player at Gordon College. Growing up across the country, but mainly in Morris, Connecticut, Sattazahn has been developing his skills since he was five. Inspired by his […]

December Outdoor Column

January 13, 2020 0

When I sit down to write this column, I usually think back to my most recent outdoor experience. As a big fan of nature, I get outside for a hike almost every weekend. But I […]

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 […]

Fatherhood in Games

March 19, 2020 0
Death Stranding, beyond its Timefalls and Bridge Babies, is a game about fatherhood in an age of social, political, and environmental upheaval.  Its allusions to America’s current climate (in every sense of the word) are [...]

Recent News – December 2019

January 13, 2020 0
12/5 – Paul Edwards, Senior Vice President for Advancement, will retire from his position come mid-February after five years. In an email to the school, President Lindsay said that Edwards would then serve as Gordon’s [...]

Love Column 12/13

January 13, 2020 0
Q: How do I gauge if a guy likes me or would be open to hanging out without seeming desperate or like it’s so obvious I like them it makes things awkward? How do I [...]

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