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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 […]

Notes From Capitol Hill

September 22, 2016 0

  by Hannah Wardell ‘17 Political Columnist Today is my first day at the American Enterprise Institute as the Values and Capitalism Intern, and I’m on my second bottle of Perrier sparkling water. On my […]

Adulting is Not to be Tweeted

September 11, 2016 0

By Margaret Wright Contributor   When I was 10, I went to sleep-away camp and my counselor was 19 years old. I thought that was just about ancient. She’s so nice and knows just about […]

Notes from Capitol Hill – Introductions

September 11, 2016 0

  By Hannah Wardell ’17 Political Columnist   This column is a bit of an introduction—to me, Hannah Wardell, a senior political science student, and to Washington D.C., the city where I will be studying […]

Case for Students to Vote for Green Party

September 11, 2016 0

By: Linda Featheringill   In the academic year of 2000-2001, tuition and fees at Gordon College amounted to $16,420. In 2015-2016, that figure was $35, 386, an increase of 116%. While college tuition is climbing, […]

Inquiring into the “Gordon Exodus”

September 11, 2016 2

By: Shalomita Maleachi ‘17 Opinions Editor   The recent resignation of Professor Lauren Barthold sounds an ironic tone. After all, in her letter to the editor that eventually led to the ACLU lawsuit, she wrote […]

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