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When Disaster Hits Close to Home

October 8, 2016 0

by Jonathan Chandra ‘17 Staff Writer After devastating Haiti, a weakened Hurricane Matthew hit Florida today, Oct. 7. Last night, a Tartan reporter interviewed Gordon College students whose families were affected by the situation. “My […]

GCSA Election Results Reflect Zeal for Diversity

September 23, 2016 0

by Madeline Linnell ‘17 Managing Editor On Sept. 15, four names were added to GCSA’s roll call: Grace Sanchez-Morales ’18 (VP of Communications), Daryus Vaughan ’20 (Representative at Large), Anthony Clewley ’20 (Rep. at Large) […]

Iliad Fragments’ Odyssey at Gordon is Nearing End

September 23, 2016 0

  by Katie Simpson ‘20 Contributor Over the last four and a half years, Gordon students have transcribed seven fragments of Homer’s Iliad under the supervision of Professor Graeme Bird.   The 1,800-year-old Greek papyri […]

Scot Radio Head Seeks Diversity in Staff, Audience

September 23, 2016 0

by Taylor Bradford ‘19 Editor-in-chief In contradiction to the Gordon ratio, the male presence has dominated Scot Radio since it began back in 2012.   Rachel Lehmann ’17, however, breaks the trend as she enters […]

Philosophy Professor Who Sued College Resigns

September 11, 2016 0

  By Madeline Linnell ‘17 Managing Editor Gordon College and a philosophy professor who sued the school and two leaders in April over what she said was illegal discipline for public comments she made about […]

Chapel Office: New Devices Should Shorten Lines

September 11, 2016 0

  By Corrine Previte News Editor The most recent update to Chapel that you may have noticed are the new Christian Life and Worship Chapel Checking Devices. These new devices did not just happen overnight, […]

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