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Who Would Win in a Fight?

October 13, 2016 0

By: Eric Kinyon ‘19 Humor Columnist   Okay, so if you are reading this I can tell that the headline has not scared you off. That is good, because the rest of this article is […]

The Yearbook Collection – Paul Crookston in NYC

October 13, 2016 0

by: Jessica Ryan ‘19 Staff Writer After graduating from Gordon College in the spring of 2016, Paul Crookston was hired by The National Review as a Collegiate Network Fellow.   While at Gordon, Crookston studied […]

Charleston Shootings Signal State of Emergency

October 13, 2016 0

by Liam Adams ‘17 Contributor  On Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2016, the governor of North Carolina, Pat McCroy, declared a state of emergency for the city of Charlotte.  McCroy made this declaration because of the explosion […]

The Growing Pains of Spiritual Diversity

October 13, 2016 0

by: Nate Ryan ’19 Contributor In the most recent edition of the Tartan, student Liam Adams ’17 wrote an opinion piece on how he believes Gordon College should take a greater initiative to diversify the […]

The Notetaker’s Dilemma; To Type or to Write

September 22, 2016 0

  by Veronica Andreades ‘19 Contributor “They must be fish tanks,” I thought as I watched clear boxes slide by on my neighboring classmate’s screen. My attention was distracted from the teacher’s chalkboard scribbles. One […]

Gordon & Democracy

September 22, 2016 0

by Elise Watson ‘17 Contributor As the President of Gordon’s Political Discourse Club, I recently applied for a budget extension from GCSA to partner with an organization that made it easier for students to register […]

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