October 28, 2020

Campus Freedom of Speech Withers

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 […]

More Beloved Professors Retire Early

September 9, 2020 0

Gordon students returned from a long break to a smaller faculty. The college implemented a voluntary early retirement program for eligible faculty and staff “to offer the College budget savings for fiscal year 2021,” says […]

LGBTQ+ Gordon Students Find Safety Online

September 2, 2020 0

A global pandemic has kept many from gathering and connecting; some Gordon students have taken this opportunity to build a community that transcends geological boundaries and requires no physical contact to find belonging, share experiences, […]

BLM Sign Defamed in Apartment, Students Rally

August 27, 2020 1

On Saturday morning, August 22nd, a Black Lives Matter display was vandalized in a Gordon apartment building. What was a “BLM” sign, was vandalized to instead read “ALM” (all lives matter); senior Joshua Crutchfield shared […]

Dance Party During Pandemic on the Eve of Classes

August 20, 2020 2

This article was updated at 10:16 AM, August 21 to mention hand sanitizer efforts by event organizers. Afro Hamwe hosted an “AKWAABA DANCE PARTY” on the eve of Gordon College’s first in-person classes since the […]

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 […]

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 […]

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