March 24, 2019

An Open Letter to the Men of the Gordon Community

Opinion
March 21, 2019 0

Dear men of Gordon College, It must end. The sexual harassment, emotional abuse, shameless assaults, and outright rape that you commit on and off this campus is unacceptable. It is imperative that each and every […]

Men’s Basketball Team has Another Historic Season

Sports
March 18, 2019 0

This winter, the Gordon College Men’s Basketball team once again had a historic run. While they were unsuccessful in winning the championship game of the Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC), this year’s squad had an impressive […]

GEO Announces New Study Abroad Finance Policies

News
March 17, 2019 0

Gordon College President D. Michael Lindsay announced this past August that the Global Education Office had incorporated a new policy which limited the number of students approved to study abroad to 25. This kept some […]

Five Reasons to Try a Social Media Purge

Opinion
March 16, 2019 0

Earlier this month I deleted my social media apps for fifteen days. Here’s what I learned: I have an affinity for procrastinating. Any chance I can take to procrastinate, I will. Eliminating social media forced […]

College to Cut 7% From Budget

January 25, 2019 4
By Alec Hansen (’21, Managing Editor), Collin Hall (’21, Editor-In-Chief) Gordon College plans to cut 7% of its current operating budget over the next two years. The administration intends to cut 5% in the next [...]

ASF Weighs Gordon’s Waste

December 14, 2018 0
By Jonathan Chandra (‘19) Gordon College has generated 400 pounds of food waste in one day. On Nov. 14, student club Advocates for a Sustainable Future (ASF) hosted a “Weigh Our Waste” event in Lane Student [...]

Red Dead Redemption II and the Decay of the South

February 26, 2019 0

Collin Hall (‘21, Editor-in-Chief) I grew up hearing family stories about Louisiana’s once-untamed beauty and its inhabitants, people whose intimacy with nature surpasses mine by a mile. My great-great-grandfather, as the story goes, moved out […]

Silent Sky Honors Woman Astronomer

December 15, 2018 0

By Cat Pastoor  (‘21) This past November, Gordon College’s theater department produced Silent Sky, written by Lauren Gunderson. The play is based on the life and work of Henrietta Swan Leavitt, who discovered the period luminosity […]

Five Reasons to Try a Social Media Purge

March 16, 2019 0
Earlier this month I deleted my social media apps for fifteen days. Here’s what I learned: I have an affinity for procrastinating. Any chance I can take to procrastinate, I will. Eliminating social media forced [...]

Lack of Transparency Endangers Students’ Trust

March 3, 2019 1
On Jan. 30, Gordon College Student Government hosted a special forum where President D. Michael Lindsay explained the current financial situation of the college and answered questions from students. Prior to the president’s detailed explanation [...]

How to Love Your Graduating Friends

May 4, 2018 0
By Wesley Tenney ’18 Contributor Graduation approaches! We’re about to experience the commencement of another wonderful couple hundred students. I can’t help but thank Jesus for the wonder and wisdom my friends are about to [...]

Men’s Basketball Team has Another Historic Season

March 18, 2019 0

This winter, the Gordon College Men’s Basketball team once again had a historic run. While they were unsuccessful in winning the championship game of the Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC), this year’s squad had an impressive […]

New Players, New Strategies New Battles To Fight

March 2, 2018 0

By Jessica Ryan ’19 Sports Editor Men’s lacrosse was picked to finish ninth in the Commonwealth Coast Conference Preseason Coaches’ Poll. The Scots finished eighth last season, and received 11 points. They are hoping to […]

Lady Scots Commemorate Seniors’ Final Season

February 7, 2018 0

By Laura Paquette ’19 Contributor The Fighting Scots celebrated their Senior Day against the Western New England, Golden Bears on Feb. 3. All five seniors and their families were honored at the beginning of the […]

ASF Weighs Gordon’s Waste

December 14, 2018 0
By Jonathan Chandra (‘19) Gordon College has generated 400 pounds of food waste in one day. On Nov. 14, student club Advocates for a Sustainable Future (ASF) hosted a “Weigh Our Waste” event in Lane Student [...]

President Lindsay Addresses UN Prayer Breakfast

September 24, 2018 0
Katie Simpson ‘20 Managing Editor President D. Michael Lindsay spoke in front of 225 international diplomats at the 33rd annual UN prayer breakfast, On Tuesday, Sept. 18. “The audience came from a variety of faith [...]

First Ever Black Excellence Awards

June 2, 2018 0
By Jephthe Francois ’18 Contributor Giving awards to student, faculty, and alumni who were black, the first annual Black Excellence awards hosted By Benji Suprice and Wislene Augustine. The first performance, by students AJ Terry [...]

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ASF Weighs Gordon’s Waste

December 14, 2018 0

By Jonathan Chandra (‘19) Gordon College has generated 400 pounds of food waste in one day. On Nov. 14, student club Advocates for a Sustainable Future (ASF) hosted a “Weigh Our Waste” event in Lane Student […]

News

Bromley Generator Evacuees Return, HUDs Still Out

September 26, 2018 0
By Jonathan Chandra ’19 News Editor Update: Power has returned across campus and HUD residents have been cleared to return to their dorms. As of 11:50 p.m., Bromley residents have been cleared to return to [...]
News

President Lindsay Addresses UN Prayer Breakfast

September 24, 2018 0
Katie Simpson ‘20 Managing Editor President D. Michael Lindsay spoke in front of 225 international diplomats at the 33rd annual UN prayer breakfast, On Tuesday, Sept. 18. “The audience came from a variety of faith [...]

Looking for a Job? Try Handshake.

News
June 28, 2018 0

By Collin Hall (’21)  Editor-in-chief Jonathan Chandra (’19) News Editor Gordon’s online career search program has received an overhaul; what was once “GoHire” has been replaced with Handshake, an online career-search program used by hundreds […]

First Ever Black Excellence Awards

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June 2, 2018 0

By Jephthe Francois ’18 Contributor Giving awards to student, faculty, and alumni who were black, the first annual Black Excellence awards hosted By Benji Suprice and Wislene Augustine. The first performance, by students AJ Terry […]

Calling and Career Conference in Second Year

News
June 1, 2018 0

By Jephthe Francois ’18 Contributor The second annual Calling and Career Conference took place at The Academy at Penguin Hall, incorporating both students and alumni. It was an event primarily created for second year students […]

Geese and More – The Students Behind the Event

News
May 4, 2018 0

By Katherine Simpson ’20 & Angelina Ingrassia ’18 Editor-in-chief & Managing Editor One of the biggest events that Gordon College holds annually is Golden Goose. Planned, executed, and run by students of the school, Golden […]

Arts & Life

Gordon Holds First JUD Talks Speech Competition

May 4, 2018 0

By Makayela Isbell ’20 Staff Reporter The JUDTalks debut during this year’s Founders week. Named after Adoniram Judson Gordon, the JUDTalks were created by the Communication Arts department. Dr. Christine Gardner, chair of the Communication […]

Arts & Life

The Spoiler-Free Avengers ‘Infinity War’ Review

May 4, 2018 0

By Billy Jepma ’18 Entertainment Columnist It’s been ten years since Marvel Studios first entered into the Hollywood limelight with “Iron Man,” the film that started what would later become arguably the biggest, most ambitious […]

Opinion

How to Love Your Graduating Friends

May 4, 2018 0

By Wesley Tenney ’18 Contributor Graduation approaches! We’re about to experience the commencement of another wonderful couple hundred students. I can’t help but thank Jesus for the wonder and wisdom my friends are about to […]

Arts & Life

Celebrating Wins Big and Small with Ice Cream

May 4, 2018 0

By Zachary Daly ’18 Food Columnist How do you celebrate life’s biggest moments? If you answered ice cream, please read on. Ice cream has always been there for me. After my pre-school graduation, my elementary […]

College, DeWeese-Boyd File Arguments in Lawsuit

News
May 4, 2018 0
Katie Simpson (‘20) & Collin Hall (’21) Editor in Chief & News Editor Lawyers for Gordon College and Margaret Deweese-Boyd, a social work professor suing the college over its refusal to promote her last year, [...]
Arts & Life

Documentary Recounts Journalist’s Immigration

April 24, 2018 0
By Vicki Franks ’20 Arts & Life Editor Addressing a sensitive issue dominating the public sphere, the Social Work Student Advisory Committee (SWSAC) hosted a viewing of the film “Undocumented: a film by an undocumented [...]
Arts & Life

Spielberg and Strong Visuals Liven Bland Script

April 24, 2018 0
By Billy Jepma Entertainment Columnist “Ready Player One” is an action-adventure movie with old-school sentiments. It is straightforward, familiar, and shallow, but for all its missteps, it somehow still succeeds in delivering an enjoyable popcorn [...]
Arts & Life

New Film Takes Quiet Approach to Classic Genre

April 24, 2018 0
By William Jepma Entertainment Columnist Several months ago the first trailer for the new horror film “A Quiet Place” surfaced online and in theaters with little to no press beforehand. Much like the movie itself, [...]

Challenge to Apartment Dwellers – Learn to Cook

Arts & Life
April 24, 2018 0

By Zachary Daly ’18 Food Columnist Applications for on-campus apartments have come to a close and many underclassmen are eager to make the transition out of communal bathrooms and forced triples. Anticipation will be running […]

Acclaiming Sister Trio Shares Journey and Music

Arts & Life
April 24, 2018 0

By Asolia Zharmenova Web Editor “Make that forte a joyful one!” exclaimed Lisa Lee, violinist and middle sister of the Lee Trio, during the chamber masterclass on Friday, April 6. The Center for Faith and […]

Intergenerational Worshipers Celebrates Easter

Arts & Life
April 24, 2018 0

By Evangelina Opoku-Nyarko ’21 Staff Reporter Gordon College celebrated its first ever Easter chapel on 29th March 2018. The event introduced a faculty-student choir consisting of about 40 students and staff members—including the three of […]

Physical Plant Employee Charged with Child Rape

News
April 24, 2018 0

By: Collin Hall and Taylor BradfordNews Editor and Contributor Bert Reed, 42, a Gordon College Physical Plant employee, was arrested April 20 in Newburyport and charged with child rape and possession of child pornography. The […]

State Changes Requirements to Education Major

News
April 16, 2018 0

By Hannah Deane ’20 & Angelina Ingrassia ’18 Staff Reporter & Managing Editor Recent changes to the Massachusetts regulations for education licensure have opened up new horizons for those wanting a degree in higher education, […]

News

CCI Expands Career Services and Moves Location

April 16, 2018 0

By Makayela Isbell ’20 & Angelina Ingrassia ’18 Staff Reporter & Managing Editor The Career and Connection Institute (CCI), the new expansion to Career Services, will open in the ‘18-‘19 fall semester under the leadership […]

Henson – Christians Must Improve LGBT Outreach

News
April 13, 2018 0
By Collin Hall News Editor At the final lecture of Gordon’s 2018 sexuality week, Bill Henson, president of Lead Them Home, said “the church doesn’t know how to love LGBT people well.” Henson spoke on [...]

Speakers Call Church to Redefine Relationships

News
April 13, 2018 0
By Collin Hall ’21 News Editor What does it mean to be gay and Christian? Greg Cole, the author of “Single, Gay and Christian” spoke as part of Gordon’s “LGBT In Christian Community” lecture series [...]
News

Gordon Bids Farewell to CEL Founding Director

April 12, 2018 0
By Katie Simpson ’19 Editor-in-chief Carter Crockett came to Gordon five years ago with a bold goal. “We set out to make Gordon… among schools of our type…the most inspiring for entrepreneurial thinkers,” he said. [...]
News

Norm Hones on Honesty and Truth in ‘As You Like It’

April 12, 2018 0
By Hannah Deane ’20 & Angelina Ingrassia Staff Reporter & Managing Editor The Gordon College Theater Department has opened showings of Shakespeare’s famous play, “As You Like It.” Directed by Norman Jones, this production also [...]