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Princemere Writers Series Invites Poet to Campus

November 4, 2016 0

By: Taylor Bradford Editor-in-chief January Gill O’Neil, winner of the 2015 Paterson Award for Literary Excellence for her book Misery Islands, will be reading a collection of her poetry at Gordon College as a part […]

Lives Worth Eating: Fusion Andina

November 4, 2016 0

By: Talita Elizeu ‘17 Food Columnist I know you have been wondering where to take your hot date out for dinner, and I am here to tell you. On a dinner date with my friend […]

Marvel’s African American Hero Comes to Netflix

November 4, 2016 0

by Billy Jepma ’18 Staff Writer Over the past two years, Netflix has released four original superhero television series set in Marvel’s ever-growing and diversifying cinematic universe. The latest show added to the Netflix catalog […]

Evangelists’ Presence in Salem Brews Up Debate

November 4, 2016 0

by Liam Adams ‘17 Contributor     Every Oct. 31, thousands of people pilgrimage to Salem, MA to celebrate the hallowed day.  This year, in addition to the regular costumes of the lochness, goblin, ghoul and zombie, […]

Translations – A Play that Keeps on Ringing

November 4, 2016 0

by Veronica Andreades ’20 Staff Writer         If you struggle with incomplete endings, this may not be the play for you. However, if you like to mull over things for an extended amount of time, […]

The Yearbook Collection – Ryan Williamson

November 4, 2016 0

By Corrine Previte ‘17 News Editor May brings about the bittersweet moment of graduation. An event that signifies Gordon College seniors departure of Grapevine Road to take on the real world. But what are they […]

Stronger Together – Why I’m Voting For Clinton

November 4, 2016 0

by Daniel Gray ’18 Contributor Hillary Rodham Clinton. Just mentioning her name elicits a variety of responses ranging from excitement to distrust—and for some, even deep disgust.  Many people continue to have questions about her […]

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