August 8, 2022

Op: Why is Vainglory the Opposite of Hope?

March 24, 2022 0

After looking out from the deck of Sienna’s Palazzo Publico, my cohort and I passed through a chapel and a larger room to the Sala di Nove, where the Siena city council once met. Ambrogio […]

Op: Don’t Touch My Hair

March 23, 2022 0

Before any school year starts, my hair must get done. No exceptions.   In late August, I drove to the nearest African hair salon (which took some research in my new, white, suburban town) and plopped […]

CAIM Announces Living Disabilities Week

March 21, 2022 0

Gordon’s club for disability, CAIM, is hosting Living Disabilities Week from March 28 to April 1. The campaign’s purpose is to uplift disabled voices on Gordon’s campus and educate the student body about societal and social […]

Kid Dream Coffee Charms Dane Street

February 26, 2022 0

Beverly’s beloved downtown has another contender for favorite coffee shop! Kid Dream Coffee, founded by husband and wife duo Kalvin and Abi, officially opened doors to their first location in Beverly on October 16th, 2021. Since […]

AFRO Hamwe Family Celebrates BHM with Nostalgic Feud

February 25, 2022 0

AFRO Hamwe kicked off the Black History Month with their own twist on the household classic Family Feud. Students gathered in KOSC’s MacDonald Auditorium to celebrate Black culture, history, and community. Hosted by Makesha Mercedat, […]

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