Gordon in the News: last updated 12/06/2010
Gordon in winter is both a season and a frame of mind. The image of President and Mrs. Carlberg's house is by Kathryn Nellis, a senior art major. Agnes Howard, assistant professor of English and history, ponders the Incarnation in a new STILLPOINT article, "With Child." And this brief slideshow by Kristin Schwabauer Rydbeck '04 is a preview of the austere beauties of deep winter in New England.
Here are just a few of the many happenings (current and upcoming) at Gordon in winter:
Christmas at Gordon drew the Gordon community and many neighbors of the College to a tree lighting, community carol sing, traditional hayride and a Christmas Gala concert.
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Companions for the Journey celebrated an early Christmas.
Communication Arts Senior Thesis Exhibits—research, writing, videos and more. Check it out >>
Finals week: Finish the Course events ease the pressures of exams. Browse events...
"Witchcraft and Conflict in Early New England." A lecture sponsored by the Gordon Institute for Public History Read more...
Fezziwig's Ball—a Dickens-era Christmas celebration. Read more...
December 4–January 28
Diane Ayott: Beyond Measure
Exhibit featuring paintings and works on paper. Find out more about gallery events...
January 28 & 29
Pirates of Penzance
The classic operetta presented by The Department of Music Read more..
Education Experience Day
An open house event for prospective students and their parents. Find out more...