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Volume 23  No. 3 | Summer 2008

Inspiration | Paula Cerulli

This column will feature a different writer from the Gordon community in every issue, each writer reflecting on what he or she has been inspired by. Paula Cerulli is the columnist for this issue.

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Up Front with President Carlberg

The opening of the Ken Olsen Science Center (KOSC) this fall gives us an excellent opportunity to pause and reflect on our responsibility as stewards of creation.

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Letters to The Editor

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SPORKS | Installation 6: The Fold

Informative Fauxlosophy: Notes from a recent alum

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FEATURE | A Timely and Important Conversation

"The Future of Christian Learning: An Evangelical and Catholic Dialogue" seeks to foster dialogue and understanding across the unhappy divisions of Christianity.

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FEATURE | What Does the City of God Have to Do with the City of Man?

Students and alumni of the Jerusalem and Athens Forum (JAF) honors program wrestled with the age-old question of the Church's relationship to the culture. Lydia Sheldon '10 is this year's JAF essay contest winner.

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FEATURE | Heart of Discovery: An Overture

The Ken Olsen Science Center will be dedicated September 27, featuring guest speaker Francis Collins, director of the National Human Genome Research Institute. In this essay Provost Sargent invites us to consider five ways the community of faith can contribute to "a more robust future for the relationship between science and democracy."

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ARTICLE | A Science Digest

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FEATURE | New Center for Balance, Mobility and Wellness Opens

Gordon's new Center for Balance, Mobility and Wellness is both a clinical and a research facility, connecting its Kinesiology Department with the surrounding community.

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ARTICLE | New Life From A Martyr's Death

What began as a brief visit to a small church in Wales led Stella Price to a living, dynamic relationship with brothers and sisters in Christ in both China and Korea. In researching and entering into the life of Robert Jermain Thomas, she also came to understand the adage “In the blood of the martyrs is the seed of the church.”

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ARTICLE | Uncertain Riches

Economic systems undergo periodic--and necessary--corrections. A Gordon economics professor touches upon both the proximate and root causes of the present economic downturn.

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ARTICLE | A Program of Technology Change

The recent campus-wide implementation of new administrative software brought many different departments together in pursuit

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ARTICLE | Gordon at The (Model) United Nations

"For four days I brushed shoulders with the future leaders of the world and realized I could be one of them. The conference forced me to face my potential for the very first time, and as a result I realized how much I have yet to achieve."

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ARTICLE | What Is In Your Hand?

An overview of Commencement weekend events.

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ARTICLE | Two Couples, Two Conversations

Rick and Kay Warren were interviewed by the President and First Lady of Gordon, Jud and Jan Carlberg.

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ARTICLE | Luncheon Honors Clarendon Members

Retiring English professor Peter Stine, among others, entertained members of the Clarendon Society at a special luncheon thanking them for their foundational support of the College.

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In Focus: Faculty

Stories and news from Gordon faculty

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In Focus: Students

Stories and news from Gordon students

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In Focus: Alumni

Stories and news from Gordon Alumni

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Encounters

News about the life of the College and its programs

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Top Six

Rocks, Papers, Karate: What Faculty Do for Fun

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A Winning Investment

Carolyn Cassidy '63 loves retirement because she can give back to her community and to an institution that gave so much to her.

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Back Cover | Makoto Fujimura

Featuring the artwork of Makoto Fujimura

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