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Young Black Leadership Summit Experience

April 5, 2019 0

I was invited to the Turning Point USA’s first ever Young Black Leadership Summit in Washington D.C. Upon showing up to the hotel that was paid for by TPUSA, I was greeted by about 6 […]

How to Love Your Graduating Friends

May 4, 2018 0

By Wesley Tenney ’18 Contributor Graduation approaches! We’re about to experience the commencement of another wonderful couple hundred students. I can’t help but thank Jesus for the wonder and wisdom my friends are about to […]

Silence and Community in Italian Monastic Life

March 2, 2018 0

By Rachel Edney ’20 Contributor This New Year’s Eve, I, along with a group of Gordon students and several adult learners, arrived in Orvieto, Italy to spend two weeks studying medieval moral philosophy while staying […]

Stowell and Lambert – Stewardship of Creation

March 2, 2018 0

By Kathryn Lambert ’18 & Mark Stowell Contributor & Dir. of Facilities and Grounds In 2016, The Onion published a satirical article titled “Man’s Garbage to Have Much More Significant Effect on Planet than He […]

Viewing Africa Beyond the Western Stereotypes

March 2, 2018 0

By Evangelina Opoku-Nyarko ’21 Contributor So many negative stereotypes are attached to Africa. Many people, either from movies or stories they hear, have certain ridiculous beliefs about the African continent. These beliefs have thereby generated […]

President Trump Is Indeed Making America Great Again

February 7, 2018 0

By Craig Anderson ’20 Contributor Despite an onslaught of dishonest attacks from his opposition, President Trump’s first year in office has had massive success for our great country. Staying true to his roots, the president […]

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