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Provost Runs for Hamilton’s Planning Board

April 1, 2017 0

By Rosie Drinkhouse ‘17 Contributor Since coming to Gordon in 2012, Provost Janel Curry has sought ways to integrate both herself and Gordon into our local community. Stemming from her academic background as a geographer […]

We Want to Be Heard – A Catholic’s Perspective

April 1, 2017 1

By Haley Seward ‘17 Contributor There are two types of Catholics who show up at Gordon College. First, there are Catholics who have never experienced inter-denominational tension or hatred, some of whom have never even […]

Alchemists and Apertures – Popping Pills

April 1, 2017 0

By Harrison Miller ‘17, Kayla Kroning ‘17 Contributor You wake up to your dad’s hand gently pressed on your shoulder. “Rise and shine; it’s time for school!” he says. Time for your morning routine: get dressed, […]

On Institutional Memory and Communal Healing

March 29, 2017 0

This is one article in a series explaining changes at Gordon College, called Define: Gordon By Shalom Maleachi Opinions Editor This is what this Tartan edition is about. With the graduation of the Class of […]

Alchemists and Apertures – Vaccination Nation

February 24, 2017 0

By: Harrison Miller ‘17, Michael Shea, Kayla Kroning ‘18, Emma Folkerts ‘21 and Anne-Milda Pu ’17 Contributors In the beginning smallpox killed the young and the old. The disease was deadly and highly contagious. Communities […]

The States Lose Without Trans-Pacific Partnership

February 24, 2017 0

By: David Giordano ‘17 Contributor The swearing in of President Donald Trump was the final blow to US involvement in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), a 12-nation free trade agreement encompassing 40% of global gross domestic […]

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