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Study Abroad Fall 2017!

March 2, 2017 0

Learn about amazing study abroad programs with the Global Education Office!! http://www.gordon.edu/global

New Offerings from the Academic Support Center

February 23, 2017 0

By: Veronica Andreades ‘19 Contributor Tucked behind the Beauregard Mezzanine, on the fourth floor of Jenks, resides the Academic Support Center (ASC). One might hardly notice the unassuming, silver lettering above the door that leads […]

Pond Treated with Chemicals to Rid Native Species

February 23, 2017 0

By: Taylor Bradford ‘19 Editor-in-Chief Coy Pond has been the center point for many community members admiration as it houses a wide variety of wildlife and vegetation. Last summer, the College treated the Pond with […]

Travel Ban Puts International Enrollment at Risk

February 23, 2017 0

By Madeline Linnell ‘17 Managing Editor President Donald Trump’s executive order refusing citizens from Muslim-majority countries and refugees to enter the U.S. on Jan. 27 could affect Gordon’s international students. The executive order, popularly monikered […]

New Standards in Off Campus Application Process

February 23, 2017 0

By Andrew Shuman ‘19 and Corrine Previte ‘17 Next year will be bringing about many changes to the Gordon community, including many upperclassmen not being able to live off campus. On Feb. 17, an email […]

Potteiger Heads South

February 7, 2017 0

By: Corrine Previte ‘17 News Editor After four years as the head coach of Gordon College men’s soccer, Derek Potteiger has accepted the position of head men’s soccer coach at Lee University in Cleveland, Tennessee. […]

Ketchup Can’t Compare

February 3, 2017 0

By: Tohko Nohara ‘18 and Liam Adams ‘17 Staff Writer and Web Editor Smearing the digital scene, Mustard whets an appetite for compelling storytelling and dynamic dialogue. Mustard is a digital magazine seeking to foster […]

Gordon and Its Sophomores Look To The Future

February 3, 2017 0

By: Andrew York ‘19 Staff Writer The Career and Calling Conference (Jan. 20 –21) was a professional development seminar unlike most of its kind. The Conference’s teachings focused not only on networking, resume writing and […]

Resident Directors Now Permitted To Own Dogs

February 3, 2017 0

By: Jessica Ryan ‘19 Staff Writer Before winter break, the only animal that had an impactful presence on campus were the geese. Times are changing, however, as a new policy was put into place at […]

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