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01.25.2017 - Wednesday 10:25 AM — 11:10 AM

Chapel: Manny Arango
Manny Arango

Manny is the Youth Pastor at World Overcomers Christian Church in Durham, North Carolina.

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Manny is the Youth Pastor at World Overcomers Christian Church in Durham, North Carolina. He is a dynamic, passionate, hilarious, and profoundly deep communicator of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. At age 13, Manny preached his first sermon. It was at a juvenile detention center in Roxbury, Massachusetts. Since then, Manny has taught in England, Grenada, and even Hawaii. In 2007, Manny made a full-time commitment to ministry. He holds a strong conviction to build the local church, and he's held multiple positions in local churches—Young adult pastor, Youth pastor, Missions Coordinator, and Creative Director.


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01.26.2017 - Thursday 5:00 PM — 6:00 PM

All About Internships: Expanding Understanding Through Experience
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Learn how to find the opportunities that will make the world your new classroom.

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Summer is the perfect time for an internship, where you can expand your experiential learning and hone your professional skills in a real-world workplace. Learn about the different types of internships that students can do and how to go about finding and setting up the right internship for you!


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01.27.2017 - Friday 10:25 AM — 11:10 AM

Convocation - Lives of Inquiry - an Undergraduate Research Presentation
Undergraduate Research

Convocation presentation by faculty and students on the experience of undergraduate research

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Professors Mindy Eichhorn (Education), Angie Cornwell (Biology), and Jonathan Gerber (Psychology) will give overviews of the undergraduate research fellowship projects they were involved with this summer, the current outcomes, and moderate conversations with the projects’ participating students on their experience. Dr. Mindy Eichhorn joined the faculty in 2014 after completing her doctorate at UMass, Amherst in International Education Leadership and Policy. Dr. Eichhorn worked as a special education teacher in Hartford, CT before living and working in India, where she trained teachers in special education best practices for more than 6 years. Her research interests span from math learning disabilities and early math intervention to K-8 teachers’ mathematical identities. Dr. Angie Cornwell joined Gordon College in 2014 after completing her doctorate at Boston University on the molecular signaling mechanisms regulating tumor-induced skeletal muscle atrophy. Her current research focuses on molecular signaling mechanisms in eosinophil-mediated inflammatory disease. In particular, her work explores signaling proteins and transcription factors that drive eosinophil differentiation and allergen-induced eosinophil transmigration into tissues. Dr. Jonathan Gerber joined the faculty in 2010 after completing a doctorate on the effects of interpersonal rejection, work which has been cited 200 times in other academic papers. His work looks at a range of personality and social phenomena, including the nature of being cool, and how parties work, but his abiding interest is how people can stretch the boundaries of reality to suit themselves. His last paper co-authored with Gordon students was published in 2016 in Personality and Individual Differences, the top journal in the area of personality.


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01.30.2017 - Monday 10:25 AM — 11:10 PM

Chapel: Ryan Ingram
Ryan Ingram

Preaching in Chapel

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Ryan Ingram is the founding and lead pastor at Awakening Church in San Jose, CA. Awakening Church is a growing community of passionate Jesus followers who are raising up the next generation of leaders.  Ryan is a gifted and passionate communicator who is a sought after speaker in the areas of reaching this generation, living out your purpose and on the subject of spirituality & technology. He graduated from Moody Bible Institute (in Chicago) and attended Moody Theological Seminary.  He has now served as a pastor for more than a decade.  


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02.01.2017 - Wednesday 3:00 PM — 5:00 PM

Résumé Review Open House

Get real-time résumé feedback (and snacks!) from seasoned career counselors.

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If you are working to make your résumé application-ready, bring it to the open house hosted by Career Services! Snacks and light refreshments will be served, and career counselors will be on-hand to help you hone a job-worthy résumé. Hosted by Career Services.


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02.02.2017 - Thursday 5:00 PM — 6:00 PM

Networking for Introverts

A crash course on navigating the social aspects of your career.

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Networking isn't just for the naturally extroverted. Making social connections and developing a professional network is a necessity even for introverted, shy, or quiet individuals. Learn great tips on handling social engagements and balancing the interpersonal aspects of your career with your personal style. Hosted by Career Services.


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02.03.2017 - Friday 10:25 AM — 11:10 AM

Convocation - Lives of Responsibility
Paul Brink

Presentation by Dr. Paul Brink

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This is a GCSA sponsored convocation and the presenter is our own Dr. Paul Brink, Professor of Political Science speaking on the theme of Lives of Responsibility. Professor Brink teaches Political Theory, European Politics, and Canadian Politics. He received his B.A. from Redeemer College, his M.A. from Dalhousie University, and his Ph.D. from the University of Notre Dame. He was a recent participant in a panel on “Toleration and Freedom: The American Experience in Context” at the Institute for Philosophy and Religion at Boston University, and authored a chapter titled “Negotiating a Plural Politics: South Africa’s Constitutional Court” (ACU Press, 2011) in Walking Together, ed. Joel Carpenter.


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02.07.2017 - Tuesday 3:00 PM — 5:00 PM

Résumé Review Open House: Food and Feedback!

Career Services Event: Get real-time résumé feedback (and snacks!) from seasoned career counselors.

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If you are working to make your résumé application-ready, bring it to the open house hosted by Career Services! Snacks and light refreshments will be served, and career counselors will be on-hand to help you hone a job-worthy résumé.


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02.08.2017 - Wednesday 3:00 PM — 4:00 PM

Career Coffee Hour: Let's Have a Chat About Your Future!

Meet the Career Services staff and discover how they can help you with your career questions!

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Bring your coffee and your questions, and join us for a casual conversation on exploring your calling and career! Hosted by Career Services.


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02.09.2017 - Thursday 5:30 PM — 6:30 PM

Best Strategies for The Effective Job Search

Glean expert advice in undertaking the daunting task of job searching.

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Searching for employment can be daunting. Make the most of your time and energy by using proven job search methods that increase the likelihood of finding great opportunities that suit you. Don't get tired by the search for employment, get inspired by it! Hosted by Career Services.


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02.12.2017 - Sunday

Faculty Artist Recital Series: Bill Kirkley, Susan Kim, Rafael Popper-keizer, Jessica Modaff
clarinet and cello

Gordon College music faculty present a recital of chamber works for clarinet, violin, cello and piano

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William Kirkley, clarinet

Susan Kim, violin

Rafael Popper-Keizer, cello

Jessica Modaff, piano



7 P.M. | PHILLIPS RECITAL HALL

Gordon College music faculty present a concert of chamber works for clarinet, violin, cello and piano.



FREE ADMISSION


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02.17.2017 - Friday

Alton C. Bynum Recital Series: Boston Symphony Orchestra Brass Quintet In Concert
The Boston Symphony Brass Quintet

Alton C. Bynum Recital Series with Boston Symphony Orchestra Brass Quintet in concert

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8 P.M | PHILLIPS RECITAL HALL



Thomas Rolfs, trumpet

Thomas Siders, trumpet

James Sommerville, horn

Mike Roylance, tuba



Praised for their rich sound and stunning virtuosity, the BSO Brass Quintet features five of the foremost brass players in the country - all principle players of the Boston Symphony Orchestra.  Devotees of chamber music, the BSOBQ brings to vibrant life, the world of wonderful music written for brass.  They perform both modern and historical compositions, many of which were written by celebrated composers with strong ties to the city of Boston.


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02.21.2017 - Tuesday 5:30 PM — 6:30 PM

Interviewing Skills In Today's Competitive Market

Learn the interviewing skills and techniques that will impress your potential employers.

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Every great employment opportunity will attract many excellent candidates, all vying for the attention of the hiring managers. Learn the interviewing skills and techniques that will leave a great impression and make you stand out from the crowd. Hosted by Career Services.


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02.23.2017 - Thursday 4:00 PM — 6:00 PM

FSU Lecture: Dr. Noah Toly Will Give The Annual Crum Lecture
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Dr. Noah Toly, of Weaton College, will give the Crum Lecture, titled "City Limits: Theological Reflections on 21st Century Urbanism"

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Dr. Noah Toly, of Weaton College, will give the Crum Lecture, titled "City Limits: Theological Reflections on 21st Century Urbanism"


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02.24.2017 - Friday 10:25 AM — 11:10 AM

Convocation - Ostinato Rigore: Cities and the Constant Rigor of Christian Imagination
Noah Toly

Convocation presentation by Dr. Noah Toly - Lives of Advocacy

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Our Feb. 24th convocation is sponsored by the Center for Faith and Inquiry, and our presenter is Dr. Noah Toly, Associate Professor of Urban Studies and Politics & International Relations at Wheaton College. Dr. Toly is the author of numerous publications on environmental policy, urbanism, and religion, ethics, and environmental politics. His research has focused on the intersection of urban and global environmental politics, investigating municipal climate policy and the roles of cities and transnational municipal networks in global climate governance. He edits the Routledge series, Cities and Global Governance, and has given invited talks at several institutions, including Columbia University, University of Chicago, University of Illinois – Springfield, and University of Virginia. For the 2012-2013 academic year, Dr. Toly was appointed as Senior Fellow at the University of Chicago’s Martin Marty Center for the Advanced Study of Religion where he completed research for a book on ethics and global environmental governance. The book draws upon ethical, social theoretical, and literary reflections on ‘the tragic’ to illuminate approaches to scarcity and risk that often characterize environmental challenges. In 2011, Dr. Toly was named an Emerging Leader by the Chicago Council for Global Affairs. Together with others in this fellowship program, he drafted an agenda-setting report on urban governance of food security challenges.  For 2013, Dr. Toly has been named to the Investment Council, a panel of evaluators working with a venture philanthropy firm in Chicago to assess and improve non-profit effectiveness. Dr. Toly has also been named to the Steering Committee of the Thriving Cities Project, a multi-year, multi-site study based at the University of Virginia’s Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture. Dr. Toly directs the Urban Studies and Wheaton in Chicago programs. For more on Dr. Toly, see his personal website at http://www.noahtoly.com/


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02.25.2017 - Saturday

Wind Ensemble and Symphonic Band Winter Concert
Symphonic Band

The Gordon College Wind Ensemble and Symphonic Band present their free winter concert

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7 P.M. | A.J. GORDON MEMORIAL CHAPEL



The Gordon College Wind Ensemble and Symphonic Band will perform their annual Winter Concert featuring a wide variety of music from the wind band repertoire.



FREE ADMISSION


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03.01.2017 - Wednesday 10:25 AM — 11:10 AM

Chapel: Pastor Tim Bushfield
Tim Bushfield

Tim is the Lead Pastor of Community Church of East Gloucester, where he has served for 15 years.

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Tim is the Lead Pastor of Community Church of East Gloucester, where he has served for 15 years. Tim received his Master of Divinity from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, and also holds a Bachelor of Education in Outdoor and Experiential Education from Queen’s University, in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. He also holds a Bachelor of Science (Honours) in biology and geography from the same school. Before coming to Gloucester, Tim taught high school science in Ottawa, Canada and was involved in ministry through pastoral internships, involvement with InterVarsity’s summer camp ministry, leading worship, and wilderness camping ministries.  While continuing in the lead pastor role at Community Church, Tim is also currently working towards a Ph.D. through the London School of Theology and Gordon-Conwell, studying the idea and practice of collaborative homiletics.


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03.03.2017 - Friday 10:25 AM — 11:10 AM

Convocation - A Conversation with The President: Lives of Vision
Jessica Nam Kim

Please join us for a Conversation with the President with special guest Jessica Nam Kim, followed by an audience participation Q&A

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Jessica Nam Kim is a trailblazing entrepreneur, committed Christ-follower, and faithful mom and wife. We are delighted to have her visit campus at the start of Women’s History Month in a very special Conversation with the President.  She has been the founder and CEO of BabbaCo, a parenting lifestyle brand centered on integrated solutions that are described as “simple. functional. super cute.” Kim started her entrepreneurial path with Jessica’s Wonders (1998-2003), an upbeat brand of premium baked goods, a company she started out of her dorm room at age 19, raising $1M in funding, and growing it to 3 outsource manufacturers and national distribution.  She has a tremendous story and will be of encouragement to the entire Gordon community. Products and Jessica have been featured on media sources such as Rachael Ray, The Today Show, Good Morning America, Wall Street Journal, Fox Business and Martha Stewart. She has been honored as Crain’s 40 under 40 (2011), Babble’s Top 50 Mompreneurs (2011). Currently, she is Entrepreneur in Residence at Charles River Ventures, a venture capital firm focused on early-stage investments in technology and new media companies. Jessica holds an undergraduate degree from Brown University and an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.


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03.03.2017 - Friday

Faculty Artist Recital Series: Sarita Kwok, Rafael Popper-keizer, Alina Polyakov
cello and piano

Chamber recital for violin, cello and piano

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Sarita Kwok, violin

Rafael Popper-Keizer, cello

Alina Polyakov, piano



8 P.M. | PHILLIPS RECITAL HALL



Gordon College music faculty present a concert of chamber works for violin, cello and piano.



FREE ADMISSION


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03.06.2017 - Monday 10:25 AM — 11:10 AM

Chapel: Anne Mugofwa
Anne Mugofwa

Anne is a business and media consultant, senior executive, change agent and entrepreneur, host of an Africa-wide television show and co-founder of Kin

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Anne is a business and media consultant, senior executive, change agent and entrepreneur, host of an Africa-wide television show and co-founder of Kingdom Business Network, an organisation that is transforming the market place in Africa through Kingdom principles. Anne is also the founder of Fountain TV, a Positive Media house predominately online that includes television, news and radio. The media house aims to become a channel of hope and life to the Nations by offering wholesome entertainment and relevant knowledge through these platforms.


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03.22.2017 - Wednesday 10:25 AM — 11:10 AM

Chapel: Leslie Doll
Leslie Doll

Leslie Doll has a heart and passion for global ministry, primarily in the Middle East and North Africa.

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Leslie Doll has a heart and passion for global ministry, primarily in the Middle East and North Africa. She and her husband Bob are actively engaged in stewarding the resources God has entrusted to them wisely, for maximum Kingdom impact, to the glory of God. Leslie is a Resource Partner of Strategic Resource Group committed to mobilizing resources: prayer, people, and finances into the Greater Middle East, traveling throughout the region and serving on the Board as well as the Egypt and Near East Fund Advisory Teams. Leslie is the Deacon of Missions Outreach at Stone Hill Church in Princeton serving in that capacity to assist the Missions Director in caring for over 40 missionary families and is active in ministry efforts to build up, train, and equip men and women in the Middle East as well as serving the poor and disabled. Leslie is co-founder of the Lausanne Orthodox Initiative which was launched as a result of the Lausanne Conference in Cape Town in 2010. She and Bob are leaders in the New York City Movement Project committed to planting churches in NYC and throughout the world.


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03.22.2017 - Wednesday 3:00 PM — 5:00 PM

Résumé Review Open House: Food and Feedback!
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Get real-time résumé feedback (and snacks!) from seasoned career counselors.

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If you are working to make your résumé application-ready, bring it to the open house hosted by Career Services! Snacks and light refreshments will be served, and career counselors will be on-hand to help you hone a job-worthy résumé. Hosted by Career Services.


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03.23.2017 - Thursday 3:00 PM — 4:00 PM

Career Coffee Hour: Let's Have a Chat About Your Future!

Meet the Career Services staff and discover how they can help you with your career questions!

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Bring your coffee and your questions, and join us for a casual conversation on exploring your calling and career! Hosted by Career Services.


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03.23.2017 - Thursday 4:00 PM — 6:00 PM

FSU: Dr. Ian Hutchinson Will Give The Tak Yan Lee Lecture

Dr. Ian Hutchinson, MIT will deliver the annual Tak Yan Lee Lecture.

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Dr. Ian Hutchinson, MIT will deliver the annual Tak Yan Lee Lecture titled Fusion, Faith, and Science


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03.24.2017 - Friday

Alton C. Bynum Recital Series: Janna Baty, Mezzo Soprano with Daniel Hobbs, Pianist
Janna Baty

Mezzo soprano Janna Baty in concert with pianist Daniel Hobbs

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8 P.M. | PHILLIPS MUSIC CENTER



Praised by the Boston Globe for "a rich, viola-like tone and a rapturous, luminous lyricism," mezzo soprano Janna Baty has sung with the Boston Symphony, Los Angeles Philharmonic, and Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, among dozens of others. As a soloist, chamber musician and recitalist, she has performed at festivals worldwide including the Aldeburgh and Britten festivals in England, the Varna Festival in Bulgaria, and the Tanglewood, Coastal Carolina and Norfolk festivals in the United States. Ms. Baty will be joined by pianist Daniel Hobbs.


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03.28.2017 - Tuesday 5:30 PM — 7:30 PM

Résumé Review with Industry Professionals

Get real-time résumé feedback—and the tricks of the trade—from experienced industry professionals.

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What better way to make sure your résumé is truly application-ready than to have it reviewed by an industry professional? Sign up for a 30-minute session where you'll receive real-time feedback in a one-to-one meeting! Hosted by Career Services.


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03.29.2017 - Wednesday 10:25 AM — 11:10 AM

Chapel: Jenny Yang
Jenny Yang

Jenny Yang is the Vice President of Advocacy and Policy at World Relief

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Jenny Yang is the Vice President of Advocacy and Policy at World Relief where she provides oversight for all advocacy initiatives and policy positions at World Relief, representing the organization’s advocacy priorities to the U.S. government and mobilizing churches on advocacy campaigns. She also served as Director of Advocacy and Policy at World Relief focusing on refugee protection, immigration, and human rights, and as a Senior Case Manager, focused on refugee processing and case management for World Relief’s refugee and immigration programs. Jenny has researched refugee and asylum law in Madrid, Spain through the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and is on an active deployment roster for UNHCR. She is also former chair of the Refugee Council USA (RCUSA) Africa Work Group which brought NGOs and government partners together on the protection of African refugees. She is co-author of Welcoming the Stranger: Justice, Compassion and Truth in the Immigration Debate.


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03.30.2017 - Thursday 4:00 PM — 6:00 PM

FSU: Dr. Joe Mckinney Will Give The John Mason Lecture
Joe McKinney

Dr. Joe McKinney, of Baylor University, will give the John Mason Lecture titled Globalization, Technological Change and Inequality

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Dr. Joe McKinney, Emeritus Professor of International Economics at Baylor University, will give the John Mason Lecture titled "Globalization, Technological Change and Inequality"


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03.31.2017 - Friday 10:25 AM — 11:10 AM

Convocation - Lives of Action - a Social Justice Initiative presentation
Lisa Harper

Convocation presentation by Lisa Sharon Haper - Lives of Action

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Our March 31st convocation is sponsored by the Social Justice Initiative student organization and our speaker is Lisa Sharon Harper. Currently Sojourners Chief Church Engagement Officer, Ms. Harper previously served as the founding executive director of New York Faith & Justice and earned her masters degree in Human Rights from Columbia University in New York City.



Her writing has been featured on CNN Belief Blog, The National Civic Review, God’s Politics blog, The Huffington Post, The Christian Post, Relevant Magazine, Patheos.com, Q Ideas Blog, and Prism where she has written extensively on tax reform, comprehensive immigration reform, health care reform, poverty, racial and gender justice, and transformational civic engagement.



Her new book, "Forgive Us: Confessions of a Compromised Faith" (Zondervan, September 2014), was co-authored with a team of 3 other authors. Previous books include "Left, Right & Christ: Evangelical Faith in Politics," coauthored with D.C. Innes (Elevate, October 2011); and her first book, Evangelical Does Not Equal Republican…or Democrat (The New Press, October 2008), which offers a power-packed look at the roots of evangelical faith, how Evangelicals strayed so far from those roots, and what is bringing them back.



Ms. Harper co-founded and co-directed the Envision 2008: The Gospel, Politics, and the Future conference on the campus of Princeton University (June 2008) and co-chaired the Envision 2011 symposium in New York City (June 2011). Harper was named “#5 of the Top 13 Women to Watch in 2012” by the Center for American Progress, was awarded the 2013 Faith and Justice Leadership Award by the National Black Women’s Roundtable, was recently awarded the National Council of La Raza Capital Award for Public Service for her participation as a core faster in the 2013 #Fast4Families initiative for immigration reform and was recently recognized as one of “50 Powerful Women Religious Leaders to Celebrate on International Women’s Day” by the Huffington Post.



Ms. Harper is currently in the ordination process with the Evangelical Covenant Church.


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03.31.2017 - Friday

Faculty Artist Recital Series: Huffman, Bekkers
harp strings

Gordon College music faculty present a recital of chamber works for soprano and guitar

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Courtney Huffman, soprano

Robert Bekkers, guitar

Julie Spring, harp



8 P.M. | PHILLIPS RECITAL HALL



Gordon College music faculty present a recital of chamber works for soprano, guitar and harp.



FREE ADMISSION


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04.01.2017 - Saturday

Gordon Symphony Orchestra Spring Concert
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Gordon Symphony Orchestra presents its spring concert

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7 P.M. | A.J. GORDON MEMORIAL CHAPEL



FREE Admission


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04.03.2017 - Monday 10:25 AM — 11:10 AM

Chapel: Scott Sunquist
Scott Sunquist

Scott W. Sunquist (PhD, Princeton Theological Seminary) is a professor and dean at the School of Intercultural Studies at Fuller Theological Seminary.

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Scott W. Sunquist (PhD, Princeton Theological Seminary) is a professor and dean at the School of Intercultural Studies at Fuller Theological Seminary. Previously, he taught missiology and Christian history at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary and also lectured as a Presbyterian missionary at Trinity Theological College in Singapore. Writing frequently about Asian Christianity, global Christianity, and missiology, Sunquist is the editor of A Dictionary of Asian Christianity, co-author of A History of the World Christian Movement, Volume I and Volume II, and co-editor of a volume of A History of Presbyterian Missions, 1944-2006, with his daughter. More recently, he is the author of an introduction to the study of mission, Understanding Christian Mission: Participation in Suffering and Glory, and a history of twentieth-century global Christianity, The Unexpected Christian Century: The Reversal and Transformation of Global Christianity, 1900-2000.


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04.05.2017 - Wednesday 10:25 AM — 11:10 AM

Chapel: Jervis Fisher
Jerivs Fisher

Jervis and his wife Melissa are the Directors of LOL Ministry in Belize. 

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Jervis and and his wife Melissa graduated from Texas Bible Institute in 1996 and from Christ for the Nations Institute in 2005. They were married in 1997. They have three children: Shandice (adopted from Belize), Jermicah, and Analiya. They are currently in the process of adopting two Belizean children, Zander and Christina. Jervis and Melissa have a desire to live passionately for Jesus and to be an example to others through their marriage, family and personal walk with the Lord. They moved to Belize in February 2008 to build a home to love and nurture orphans (neglected and disadvantaged children and young adults). Its focus is to bring restoration through God’s love, allowing children and youth to discover their potential, while equipping and releasing them into their divine destiny and future.  Jervis and Melissa are currently the Directors of LOL Ministry in Belize. 


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04.05.2017 - Wednesday 5:30 PM — 7:30 PM

Mock Interview with Industry Professionals

Prepare for your job interviews by practicing with an experienced industry professional.

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Nervous about that first interview or unsure of what to expect? Industry professionals from various fields will be here to give you practice and real-time feedback. Sign up for your 30-minute one-to-one interview, and don't forget your résumé! Hosted by Career Services.


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04.07.2017 - Friday 10:25 AM — 11:10 AM

Convocation - Lives of Thoughtfulness
Bill Brown

Convocation presentation by Dr. William E. Brown - Lives of Thoughtfulness

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Our April 7th convocation is sponsored by the Center for Faith and Inquiry and features speaker Dr. William E. (Bill) Brown. For over twenty years Dr. Brown led two Christian universities as President - Bryan College (1993-2003) and Cedarville University (2003-2013). Currently, he divides his time among several initiatives. He is the Senior Fellow of Worldview and Culture at the Chuck Colson Center for Christian Worldview. He also directs the Colson Fellows Program, an international Fellowship program. He serves as the Senior Executive of WorldAPP, an international technology firm with offices in Kiev, London and Boston. As a partner in the firm, Partnership Advisors, he mentors leadership and helps universities, schools and businesses with difficult management and personnel issues. A nationally recognized speaker and expert in culture and worldview, Dr. Brown has written several books and more than a hundred articles for journals, magazines, encyclopedias, and newspapers. He is the author of Making Sense of Your Faith, Where Have All the Dreamers Gone? Observations from a Biblical Worldview, and Making Sense of Your World (with Gary Phillips and John Stonestreet), a book used by many colleges and universities as an introductory text to worldview/philosophical thinking. He authored over fifty articles in The Student Leadership Bible. Dr. Brown is the Executive Producer and speaker for the multiple award-winning DVD series, re:View worldview study. re:View equips Christians to discern and engage contemporary culture from a Christ-centered perspective. Dr. Brown and his wife, Lynne, have been married since 1976. They have two children – April and Alex, and four grandchildren.


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04.08.2017 - Saturday

Voices of Spring Choir Concert
Voices of Spring

The Gordon College Choir, Men's Choir, and Women's Choir in concert.

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7 P.M. | A.J. GORDON MEMORIAL CHAPEL



The Gordon College Choir, Men's Choir, and Women's Choir join forces to present an evening of choral music of various time periods and genres.



FREE Admission


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04.10.2017 - Monday 4:00 PM — 6:00 PM

FSU: Dr. John Fea Will Give The Annual Franz Lecture

Dr. John Fea of Messiah College will give the Franz Lecture titled Why Study History?

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Dr. John Fea of Messiah College will give the Franz Lecture titled "Why Study History?"


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04.12.2017 - Wednesday 3:00 PM — 5:00 PM

Résumé Review Open House: Food and Feedback!

Get real-time résumé feedback (and snacks!) from seasoned career counselors.

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If you are working to make your résumé application-ready, bring it to the open house hosted by Career Services! Snacks and light refreshments will be served, and career counselors will be on-hand to help you hone a job-worthy résumé. Hosted by Career Services.


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04.19.2017 - Wednesday 10:25 AM — 11:10 AM

Chapel: Os Guiness
Os Guinness

Os Guinness is an author and social critic.

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Os Guinness is an author and social critic. Great-great-great grandson of Arthur Guinness, the Dublin brewer, he was born in China in World War Two where his parents were medical missionaries. A witness to the climax of the Chinese revolution in 1949, he was expelled with many other foreigners in 1951 and returned to Europe where he was educated in England. He completed his undergraduate degree at the University of London and his D.Phil in the social sciences from Oriel College, Oxford.



Os has written or edited more than thirty books, including The Call, Time for Truth, Long Journey Home, Unspeakable, A Free People’s Suicide, The Global Public Square, and Renaissance. His latest book is Fool’s Talk – The Recovery of Christian Persuasion, which was published by InterVarsity Press in June, 2015.



Before moving to the United States in 1984, Os was a freelance reporter with the BBC. Since then he has been a Guest Scholar at the Woodrow Wilson Center for International Studies, a Guest Scholar and Visiting Fellow at the Brookings Institution, and Senior Fellow at the Trinity Forum and the EastWest Institute in New York. He is currently a senior fellow at the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics in Oxford.


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04.21.2017 - Friday 10:25 AM — 11:10 AM

Convocation: Lives of Mission - a Founders Day Presentation
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Convocation presentation by Dr. Os Guinness - Lives of Mission

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Our Founders' Day convocation speaker is Dr. Os Guinness, author and social critic. Great-great-great-grandson of Arthur Guinness, the Dublin brewer, he was born in China in World War Two where his parents were medical missionaries. A witness to the climax of the Chinese revolution in 1949, he was expelled with many other foreigners in 1951 and returned to Europe where he was educated in England. He completed his undergraduate degree at the University of London and his D.Phil in the social sciences from Oriel College, Oxford.



Os has written or edited more than thirty books, including The Call, Time for Truth, Long Journey Home, Unspeakable, A Free People’s Suicide, The Global Public Square, and Renaissance. His latest book is Fool’s Talk – The Recovery of Christian Persuasion, which was published by InterVarsity Press in June 2015.



Before moving to the United States in 1984, Os was a freelance reporter with the BBC. Since then he has been a Guest Scholar at the Woodrow Wilson Center for International Studies, a Guest Scholar and Visiting Fellow at the Brookings Institution, and Senior Fellow at the Trinity Forum and the EastWest Institute in New York. From 1986 to 1989, Os served as Executive Director of the Williamsburg Charter Foundation, a bicentennial celebration of the First Amendment. In this position, he helped to draft “The Williamsburg Charter” and later “The Global Charter of Conscience,” which was published at the European Union Parliament in 2012.



Os has spoken at dozens of the world’s major universities and spoken widely at political and business conferences on many issues, including religious freedom, across the world. He is currently a senior fellow at the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics in Oxford, though he still lives with his wife Jenny in the Washington, DC, area.


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04.27.2017 - Thursday

Jazz Ensemble Spring Concert
Jazz Ensemble

The Gordon College Jazz Band presents a spring concert

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8 P.M. | PHILLIPS RECITAL HALL



The Gordon College Jazz Band "The Coy Pond Piranhas" presents a concert of jazz standards.



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05.02.2017 - Tuesday

Chamber Music Spring Concert
Chamber Music Ensembles

Gordon music student chamber ensembles present their spring concert

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7 P.M. | PHILLIPS RECITAL HALL



End of semester performance of the chamber music program. Featuring students of the Department of Music, who have been studying chamber repertoire with faculty coaches.



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