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Hutchinson – How Green Chemistry and Laundry Mesh

October 13, 2016 0

By: Tohko Nohara ‘18 Staff Writer   James E. Hutchison lectured on “Weaving Green Chemistry into Nanotechnology” on Oct. 3 during the 14th Annual Green Chemistry lecture.   Macdonald Auditorium in the Ken Olsen Science […]

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 […]

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