June 6, 2020

‘As I Am’ Examines Christian Identity

December 1, 2019 0

Welcome to Nouwen College. Please refer to the sticker color on your packet to see with which group you’ll be traveling through orientation. Quick off you go, Nouwen Saints! Divide into your orientation groups. The […]

La Raza Community Aims to Celebrate Latino Culture

November 24, 2019 0

La Raza, a multicultural initiative that serves as Gordon College’s Latino voice has embarked on their second year as an official student organization. President Naomi Vargas ‘21 and Vice President Joanna Echtenkamp ‘21 filled three […]

Make Hummus Not Walls’ Promote Peacemaking

November 24, 2019 0

      An advocate for peace, Andrew Larsen puts the spotlight on the Palestinian-Israeli conflict with his documentary “Make Hummus Not Walls.” Larsen came to Gordon College in October to share the documentary with aspiring advocates […]

Dear Neighbor- Interfaith Dialogues with Muslims

November 24, 2019 0

On the evening of Sept. 26,  in the auditorium of Ken Olsen Science Center, the first Dear Neighbor event of the year was launched. It focused on facilitating better dialogue between Muslim and Christian faith […]

Humans of Gordon: Yamilla Mateo

November 24, 2019 0

My motto in life is “fall in love with learning.” In elementary school, I was always in ESL (English as a Second Language). I remember being taken out of Fun Friday and other fun activities […]

Class Doodles – A Healthy Classroom Diversion

November 24, 2019 0

According to the Harvard Medical blog, in a 2009 psychological study, “those that doodled were better at paying attention to the message and recalling… details. They recalled 29% more information [than those who did not […]

Upperclassmen Serve Others at Waffle Wednesday

November 24, 2019 0

            I walk in on a rainy Wednesday night to the warm basement of Rider to see hurried seniors cooking and serving one-dollar waffles to pleased customers. The sound of Mario Kart and laughter encircles me. […]

Ahn and Gardner Discuss the Church and Tolerance

November 23, 2019 0

On Sept. 23, Daniel Ahn, assistant professor of global Christianity and theology, held a faculty forum on global Christianity and the global diaspora movement. The following month, on Oct. 23, Christine Gardner, associate professor and […]

IT 2 Exceeds expectations

November 21, 2019 0

         Following the success of the smash hit It (2017), It Chapter 2 ups the ante to conclude the story. Taking place 27 years after the events of the first movie, the kids of the […]

An Expedition with friends – Mt. Washington

November 21, 2019 0

Earlier this summer, my family was lucky enough to take a vacation to the Seattle area. For those who hail from the Pacific Northwest, you’ll know the reality of this region; its natural beauty is […]

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