October 20, 2019

Student Poets Recognized in National Competition

March 21, 2018 0

By Evangelina Opoku-Nyarko ’21 Staff Reporter Two Gordon students, Kara Applegate (‘18) and Christie Clause (‘20), received first and fifth honorable mentions in the National Federation of State Poetry Societies’ College Undergrad Poetry (CUP) competition. […]

Solid Supporting Cast Makes Black Panther Roar

March 1, 2018 0

By Billy Jepma ’18 Entertainment Columnist From the very first frame, “Black Panther” feels like something new. Everything we’ve come to associate with the ever-evolving superhero genre is still there, but director and co-writer Ryan […]

Catholic Fellowship Hosts Ash Wednesday Service

March 1, 2018 0

By Raymond Johnson ’21 & Ashley Miller ’18 Contributors Ash Wednesday signals the beginning of the season of Lent for many Christians. For 2018, the Catholic Student Fellowship hosted a mass on Valentine’s Day to […]

GEO and ISO Partner to Bring World to Gordon

March 1, 2018 0

By Vicki Franks ’20 & Raymond Johnson ’21 Arts & Life Editor The International Student Organization and Global Education Office and hosted a Festival of Nations last Tuesday. More than 20 countries from all across […]

Gordon Globes Shake Up Draws Mixed Reception

March 1, 2018 0

By Vicki Franks ’20 Arts & Life Editor Campus Events Council hosted the much-anticipated, annual Gordon Globes on Feb. 17. In total, 15 videos competed for awards in the five categories—Comedy, Documentary, Drama, Music Video, […]

Faces of Mercy Exhibits Art and Faith in Vocation

February 7, 2018 0

By Hannah Deane ’20 Staff Reporter Christians in the Visual Arts (CIVA), curated by Michelle Arnold Paine, brought their exhibit, “Faces of Mercy,” to the Gordon College campus. The exhibit focuses on modern art in […]

Food Column Goes Abroad – You Better Belize It

February 7, 2018 0

By Zachary Daly ’18 Food Columnist In this issue- the food column is going INTERNATIONAL. Over winter break, I was blessed to travel for four credits. The international seminar, a Natural History of Belize, tore […]

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