May 23, 2022

Opinion: The Commodification of Kindness

February 21, 2022 0

At the start of Winter break, I was welcomed back with open arms—rather, desperate, outstretched ones– by the managers at the Marshalls I worked at before college in my hometown. While frantically walking around the […]

Opinion: The Psychological Benefits of Fashion

February 21, 2022 0

Combat boots. Hawaiian shirts. Graphic Tees tucked into jeans. These are some staples in my wardrobe. None of these are particularly unique or unheard of, but make up some of my most eccentric outfits. Getting […]

New Club CAIM Cultivates Disability Dialogue

September 12, 2021 1

Amid campus-wide conversations of diversity and intersectionality last November, Mikayla Martin was inspired with the vision of creating a platform to share the stories of disabled students at Gordon College. After conversations with Gordon’s Academic […]

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. […]

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