August 21, 2019

Five Reasons to Try a Social Media Purge

March 6, 2019 0

Earlier this month I deleted my social media apps for fifteen days. Here’s what I learned: I have an affinity for procrastinating. Any chance I can take to procrastinate, I will. Eliminating social media forced […]

Chapbook Takes a Stand

March 6, 2019 0

Campus discussions about a diverse set of issues, from racism to climate change, flourish here at Gordon. In this dialectic context, the Idiom released its 2019 Chapbook with a February 27th reading at Chester’s Place. […]

Globes Celebrates Gordon’s Student Filmmakers

March 6, 2019 0

An event known for its class and creativity, the 2019 Gordon Globes did not disappoint. On February 22nd, hundreds of beautifully dressed students gathered in the Chapel to celebrate and appreciate the artistic talents of […]

Ranking Gen 8 Starters

February 28, 2019 0

Grookey, Scorbunny, or Sobble? A question as old as time. Well, as old as last Wednesday, February 27th when The Pokemon Company descended from on high to deliver unto us three questionable new starters for […]

Red Dead Redemption II and the Decay of the South

February 14, 2019 0

Collin Hall (‘21, Editor-in-Chief) I grew up hearing family stories about Louisiana’s once-untamed beauty and its inhabitants, people whose intimacy with nature surpasses mine by a mile. My great-great-grandfather, as the story goes, moved out […]

Lack of Transparency Endangers Students’ Trust

February 14, 2019 1

On Jan. 30, Gordon College Student Government hosted a special forum where President D. Michael Lindsay explained the current financial situation of the college and answered questions from students. Prior to the president’s detailed explanation […]

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