Gordon in the News: last updated 12/06/2010

Gordon In Winter

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: 


  December 1–4: 
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.
  December 2:
Companions for the Journey celebrated an early Christmas. 
  December 10:
Communication Arts Senior Thesis Exhibits—research, writing, videos and more. Check it out >> 
December 13:
Finals week: Finish the Course events ease the pressures of exams. Browse events...
  December 16:
"Witchcraft and Conflict in Early New England." A lecture sponsored by the Gordon Institute for Public History   Read more...
  December 19:
Fezziwig's Ball—a Dickens-era Christmas celebration.


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..

January 31
Education Experience Day  
An open house event for prospective students and their parents. Find out more...