August 21, 2019

Arau – Finding A Home Away From Home In Cardiff

November 8, 2017 0

By Tori Arau ’19 Contributor To explain my first impressions of Cardiff is to consider the pieces that immediately felt like home. Hoffi Coffi— “I like coffee,” for those who don’t speak Welsh—is a coffee shop […]

Gordon Symphony Increases In Student Musicians

November 8, 2017 0

By Vicki Franks ’20 Staff Reporter The A. J. Gordon Chapel was filled with music on Saturday, October 28, during Gordon’s Symphony Orchestra Fall Concert. After semester-long preparation, the orchestra brought to life the music of […]

Coffee Naps – Caffeine Now Or Caffeine Later

November 8, 2017 0

By Zachary Daly ’18 Food Columnist In the fall of 2014, I was a bright-eyed and bushy-tailed youth with a plain Jane, conservative coffee consumption—nothing atypical or worthy of a food column. Eager to break from […]

Irish Poet Leads Students In Reflection On Grief

November 8, 2017 0

By Angelina Ingrassia ’18 Managing Editor On October 30, Micheal O’Siadhail, publisher of sixteen collections of poems and winner of both the Irish American Cultural Institute Prize (‘82) and the Marten Toonder prize (‘98), visited Gordon […]

Scot Radio Boasts Diverse Lineup For New Season

November 8, 2017 0

By Jessica Ryan ’19 Sports Editor On October 13, Gordon’s student-run radio station, Scot Radio, hosted The Scot Radio Fall Kickoff to promote the various on-air shows that students can tune into. Seven of the shows […]

CEC Revamps Crowd – Favorite Coffeehouse Events

November 8, 2017 0

By Kaleigh Anderson ’21 Staff Reporter CEC’s Coffeehouse is an event enjoyed by many on campus, and this year CEC has introduced changes to the locations, themes, and styles of coffee houses. Levi Bushnell (‘20), the […]

Blood And Gifts – Political And Social Questions

November 8, 2017 0

By Erin Hylen ’19 Arts & Life Editor On October 27, 2017, the Gordon College Department of Theatre Arts opened their production of J.T. Roger’s Blood and Gifts in the Margaret Jensen Theater. “‘Power corrupts and […]

Artist Challenging Gender Roles In New Exhibit

November 8, 2017 0

By Erin Hylen ’19 Arts & Life Editor On Saturday, October 28, the Gallery at Barrington Center for the Arts held a reception for the exhibition “Mistress, Miss, Mrs or Ms, Madam?” by artist Samantha Fields, […]

ASP Rekindles Koumentakos’ Political Interest

October 19, 2017 0

By Hope Koumentakos ’17 Contributor On the last day of Dr. Brink’s class on justice, I turned to Hannah Wardell (‘17) and said, “I don’t think I believe in politics anymore.” And I didn’t. Gordon’s […]

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