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Volume 22  No. 3 | Summer 2007

Top Six

A few of our favorite things: Favorite creatures of the biology department

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Many Voices

Carlberg Presidency Marks 15th Year.

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Giving Back to Gordon | Betsy Gage Pea '79

Betsy Gage Pea's gift recognizes Dr. Wilson's excellence in teaching.

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Inspiration | Cliff Hersey

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. Dean of Global Education Cliff Hersey is the columnist for this issue.

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SPORKS | Installation 3: What Would Dorothy Do?

Notes from a recent alum, Bryan Parys '04

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Letters to The Editor

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Encounters

News about the life of the College and its programs

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In Focus: Alumni

Stories and news from Gordon Alumni

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In Focus: Students

Stories and news from Gordon students

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In Focus: Faculty

Stories and news from Gordon faculty

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Up Front with President Carlberg

Raymond Lee--Visionary Pastor and Entrepreneur: "We must see cultural transformation. We are rowing a boat toward the rapids. We will either make headway or we will be swept away. Either we will transform our culture or it will sweep us aside."

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ARTICLE | Billy Graham Takes Boston--and Gordon--by Storm

Polly Brown remembers a first date, and Billy Graham's historic New Year's Eve 1950 Crusade in Boston.

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ARTICLE | A Passage from India

Kandyce Kingsley's two Summer Missions Program trips led to a commitment to justice for India's untouchables.

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ARTICLE | A Milestone in More Ways than One

Gordon celebrated the graduation of the first cohort of New City Scholars.

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ARTICLE | Commencement Weekend

Christian ethics author Dr. Lauren Winner, Park Street senior minister Dr. Gordon Hugenberger, and retiring economics professor Dr. John Mason addressed this year's graduates.

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ARTICLE | Kidder Confronts Problem of Goodness

Well known author, Tracy Kidder visited Gordon and shared the challenging story of Dr. Paul Farmer.

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ARTICLE | A Biotech Apprenticeship

Don Gonzales, M.D., mentored Cliff Mathisen in the adventures and challenges of biotech research.

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ARTICLE | The Easter Surprise

Biblical studies professor Steven Hunt and his student Jordan Montgomery researched well-publicized attempts to debunk the historicity of the Gospels.

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FEATURE | A Farm to Call Home

Farmsteads of New England began with a mother's question: "What will become of my developmentally disabled son when he is an adult?"

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FEATURE | The Changed Traveler

Michael Polefka spent 10 years overseas with Mercy Ships, a medical missionary organization. Now he sees his own country with new eyes.

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FEATURE | Pondering Progress: The Jerusalem & Athens Program Essay Contest

We asked students in the Jerusalem and Athens honors program to analyze the often unexamined concept of "progress." Michael Tishel '08, Bethany Joy Floch '08 and Josh Hasler '09 share their responses

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FEATURE | The East-West Connection

Faculty, students, alumni and friends of the College are shaping the direction of Asian studies at Gordon. Contributing authors include Dong Wang, John Stoeckle '07, Paul Sidmore '92, Hannah Miller '08 and Samuel Tsoi '07.

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