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Gordon College to Host First Collaborative Art Exhibit Featuring Eastern European Photography

Gordon College hosts its first collaborative photography exhibit, featuring Russian, Czech and Slovak photography, with Endicott College and the Navigator Foundation.

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Gordon College President Carlberg Issues Statement on Rick Warren’s Role in Historic Inauguration

The vision of Gordon College has always been to prepare leaders as they embrace the historic moments of their time. Rick Warren, Gordon's Commencement speaker last May, models this.

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Dedicated to Growth: New Facilities Recognized on Campus during Fall Semester

Gordon College dedicates David Horst Way, Chester's Place and the Ken Olsen Science Center.

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Sharks, Soundbites and Service: Gordon Students Complete Variety of Class Projects As Semester Ends

As the final weeks of the semester come to a close, students have completed a number of interesting class assignments. Here are a few examples.

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An Important Message from the President during Challenging Economic Times

We realize the need for transparency and openness during tough economic times. Here is a breakdown of how funds are spent each year at Gordon College.

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Gordon College Awarded for Its Excellence In Recycling

MassRecycle recently awarded Gordon College a Green Binny award for its continual efforts in recycling.

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Gordon College Academic Dean Kina Mallard Named New Provost at Carson-Newman College

Because of her excellent reputation in Christian higher education, Dr. Kina Mallard has been recruited to a new role at a CCCU sister college.

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Sailing In the Park: Gordon Student Art Project Raises Recycled Sails In Beverly Common

Senior Kirsten Eichenauer showcases her senior project of tree-sails in Beverly.

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Christmas at Gordon College Collects Gift Cards for Lynn Partner Organizations

Just as carols, exhibits, concerts and tree lightings are all traditions of Christmas at Gordon (December 2-6), so is the opportunity to give. This season, we're collecting not toys, but gift cards!

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O Holy Night(s): Families, Friends and Neighbors Are Invited to Celebrate Christmas at Gordon!

'Tis the season . . . almost! December 2-6 marks Gordon's second annual Christmas celebration, complete with tree lighting, carols and concerts, even an Advent Festival of the Arts around the Magnificat theme

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Gordon Professor Produces First of Its Kind Research

Dr. Craig Story and his fellow colleagues’ research provides a way to obtain an extremely detailed snapshot of how thousands of single immune cells respond to vaccination.

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Hark, the Herald Community Sings: Celebrating the Spirit of Christmas

Gordon College offers a free Community Carol Sing on Saturday, Dec. 6, for friends, neighbors and families across the North Shore!

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Advent Festival of the Arts at Gordon College Celebrates The Magnificat

This year's Advent Festival of the Arts—the newest addition to Christmas at Gordon—features new exhibits by Bruce Herman and Tanja Butler, a panel discussion, concert and more, all around the Magnificat theme!

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Gordon's Talent Show Raises Funds for Thanksgiving Baskets

In the season of giving, even a class project can contribute to those in need. Gordon’s Got Talent, an event to showcase the hidden talent in the Gordon community, raised funds for The Boston Project.

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Thanksgiving 2008: Here Follow Some Thoughts on the Burning of Westmont

For Gordon College Provost Mark Sargent, Thankgiving has a different meaning this year because of the recent fires of sister college Westmont in Santa Barbara, CA. Read his personal response.

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Mark Sargent: Remarks at the Council of Independent Colleges Chief Academic Officers Conference

Independent colleges are praised for providing students a panorama of free choices. But we need more than freedom. Increasingly, I am convinced that one of the real tests of leadership for chief academic officers is whether we can use our independence to harvest our diversity.

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Gordon College Provost Mark Sargent Receives Top Chief Academic Officer Award

Out of nearly 600 member colleges and universities across the country, the Council of Independent Colleges (CIC) recently awarded Gordon College Provost Mark Sargent its top annual academic officer award for 2008.

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Gordon College Hosts Two Panel Discussions on Today’s Economic Situation

Forgive us our debt? The current economic situation has many people asking hard questions, including several Gordon professors.

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President R. Judson Carlberg Issues Statement On Historic U.S. Presidential Election

This election, like our community at Gordon College, reminds us of our common purpose.

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An Open Birthday Letter to Dr. Billy Graham

Gordon College pays tribute to the evangelist and former Trustee as he turns 90 years old on Friday, November 7, 2008.

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Gordon College Celebrates Artwork of Makoto Fujimura

Gordon hosts an event to celebrate artist Makoto Fujimura and the work he has produced for the Ken Olsen Science Center.

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Serving The Passion: How Students Can Help Nonprofits Succeed

Gordon's New Minor and Center for Nonprofit Studies is a first of its kind at Christian colleges nationwide. But it only happened because of a lot of passion and hard work.

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Nazi Holocaust Survivor, Sonia Weitz of Peabody Returns to Gordon College

Sonia Weitz presents the true story of her life and experiences in Auschwitz and other death camps, and reflects on how those experiences shaped her life and the lives of countless others.

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Gordon College Hosts Panel Discussion On Humanity of Christ

A panel discussion in the Gordon College bookstore on Tuesday, Nov. 11 will address topics including loneliness, failure, and anger, covered in Dan Russ's new book, Flesh-and-Blood Jesus.

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Boston’s Clarendon Street Baptist Church, Birthplace of Gordon, Honored In New Name and Reach

Gordon's urban scholarship program has a new name and has begun recruiting students from other cities as well as Boston.

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Gordon College Honors 10th Anniversary of International Religious Freedom Act

President R. Judson Carlberg calls for a renewed concern over religious persecution worldwide. Some international students on campus know from personal experience how important that is.

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Talk of The Muse: New Podcast Show Explores What It Means to Be Creative at Gordon

Gordon's iTunes U site includes many great podcasts, including a new show that gets to the heart of what inspires our talented faculty and guests.

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Global Opportunities Week Brings Missionaries to Campus

The world is coming to campus this week. As part of a week long emphasis on Global Opportunities, students will hear from a variety of missionaries and workers from across the globe.

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An Evening of Free Music: Gordon College Symphony Orchestra Offers First Concert to Community

The Gordon College Symphony Orchestra—led by Grammy-nominated violinist James Buswell and cellist Carol Ou—will perform their first concert of the fall season entirely for free.

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From Classical to Hannah Montana: Wind Ensemble Performs at Elementary School in Lynn

They're not rock stars but they might as well be. Student musicians from Gordon's Wind Ensemble will perform for one of their most enthusiastic audiences yet: children.

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Gordon College to Host a Night of History In Salem Through Spiritways Production

History Alive! will perform Spiritways: A Night in Besieged Salem Village, an interactive historical performance, every Saturday in October.

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"105 Glimpses of Haiti"

Alumnus Bryn Gillette brings global concerns to Gordon in his new benefit exhibit, opening in the Jenks Library October 10.

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Retired Gordon Professor Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

After retiring from 40 years of teaching English at Gordon College, Peter W. Stine received the 2008 Lifetime Achievement Award for his numerous contributions to the Gordon community.

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Gordon College History Captured in First Documentary

Homecoming's Convocation service on Friday, October 10, marks the first public screening of the documentary, "Gordon College: A School of Christ."

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Alumni and Gordon Community Gather to Celebrate Homecoming Events On October 10 and 11

Many will be honored for their global contributions, but there will also be plenty of opportunities for local fun during this year's Homecoming weekend.

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Saving History: Honors Theses Get Long Shelf Life with New Bindings

Completing a history honors thesis is no easy task. So to honor these student’s works, the Gordon College history department has begun a tradition of binding the honors theses into red hardbound books that will be integrated into the general collection of Jenks Library.

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Dedication and Service: Hundreds Gather to Celebrate New Ken Olsen Science Center at Gordon College

There were no balloons but there was plenty of excitement, 'green' enthusiasm and inspiration to dedicate the newest addition to the Gordon campus. Dr. Francis Collins spoke, and even the Massachusetts Senate joined the festivities.

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An Intimate Recital with Concert Pianist Simone Dinnerstein

The young pianist is critically acclaimed by the New York Times as “An utterly distinctive voice in the forest of Bach interpretation,” and described by the Philadelphia Inquirer as “In a league with any of the great Beethoven pianists of our time.”

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Barry Loy Promoted to Vice President of Student Development and Dean of Students

For almost 24 years, he has been known as a mentor, friend and leader to Gordon students. Now Barry Loy has another title: Vice President.

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The Ken Olsen Science Center Dedication - A Day of Science, Technology and Faith

Gordon College builds on national discussion with new Ken Olsen Science Center. Dr. Francis Collins, leader of the Human Genome Project, to speak at September 27th dedication.

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Computer Pioneer Ken Olsen Donates Personal Archives to Gordon College's New Science Center

In the spring of 2007, Mr. Olsen gave his personal archives to Gordon College. They contain thousands of his manuscripts, personal letters, business memos as well as the technology produced at DEC, which contributed to the technological revolution of the twentieth century. Gordon College now has the most complete collection of the company’s historical documentation.

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Comedic Opera Scores First Performance in New Gordon College Science Center

The first musical performance ever to be held in Gordon College’s MacDonald Auditorium, The Doctor in Spite of Himself will also be the final event to celebrate the dedication week for the Ken Olsen Science Center, the College’s newest addition to its campus on Boston’s north shore.

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Science Explodes In The Theatre: Gordon College Produces Award-winning Play About Cloning

Described by one reviewer as “part psychological thriller, part topical scientific speculation, and part analysis of the relationship between fathers and their sons,” British playwright Caryl Churchill’s award-winning play A Number confronts the difficult questions of human loss in a scientific age.

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Kids and The Media

Gordon College will host its first Denver-based seminar on media training. The event, Thursday, September 25, will be free to all area youth workers. The free interactive seminar, led by nationally known expert, Walt Mueller, is entitled, "Media and Its Impact on Adolescent Life and Ministry."

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American Politics Goes to Class

Gordon College students read entire U.S. Constitution out loud—every word of it—on Constitution Day, Sept. 17.

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Accomplished Composer and Adjunct Faculty Member Charles Raymond Loring III Passes Away

An accomplished composer, he scored nearly one hundred episodes for the NOVA series Saving The National Treasures, as well as numerous other PBS commissions, including Frontline, The History Channel and The Discovery Channel.

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Gordon Welcomes New Faculty in English, Economics and Business

From labor economics and human resource management to James Joyce and British modernism, Gordon College's new faculty in English and Economics and Business bring a range of expertise and experience to the 2008-2009 academic year.

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Gordon College Science Center Dedicated with Week of Artistic Offerings

From the drama of human cloning and a satirical look at medicine to sculptures and paintings, the dedication week for Gordon College’s Ken Olsen Science Center on Boston’s North Shore will include an unusual blend of creative and academic events.

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Boston’s Chief of Human Services Inaugurates 2008-2009 Convocation Series

Applying personal faith in the public square has long been a reality for J. Larry Mayes, Chief of Human Services for the City of Boston. His leadership includes departments and programs which focus on civil rights, homelessness, youth, family and elderly initiatives.

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New Sports Studies Minor Attracts All Majors

Students from all majors are expected to take note of the Recreation and Leisure Studies Department’s newest addition--a sport study minor and concentration. Gordon College stands alone in the CCCU in offering a specific sport studies concentration and minor.

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New Linguistics Major Launches

The Department of Foreign Languages and Linguistics at Gordon College recently announced its newest addition to the department--an interdisciplinary and interdepartmental linguistics major and minor directed by Drs. Graeme Bird and Gregor Thuswaldner.

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The Presidential Discussion: How Listening Will Be The Key For Voters In A New Media Age

Rick Warren's recent interview with the presidential candidates models a type of citizen journalism that will be key in uncovering the issues and personalites in the coming election.

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World Hunger In A Chunk of Stone: Art Professor's New Exhibit Raises Awareness and Funds

Jim Zingarelli’s newest solo exhibit, "Host & Hunger" will be on view in Gordon College’s Barrington Center for the Arts from August 30th until October 11th. For Zingarelli, the collection of twenty carved, open-mouthed heads represents a much bigger issue he’s become passionate about changing--world hunger.

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Two Gordon College Alumni Awarded Prestigious Lilly Graduate Fellows

Aside from Notre Dame, Gordon College is the only school in the nation where two students were given the prestigious award.

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Bejing Olympics Symbolize Change for China

With the international spotlight on China this week and the XXIX Olympic Games underway, many are waiting to catch a glimpse of a country that has often seemed bleak or secretive. But Gordon College economics professor, Stephen Smith, who toured China in May and June along with 11 Gordon students, believes the attention has already been a healthy thing for the Chinese people.

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Saint Francis, Genomics and Poverty

The Gordon College 2008 Fall Lecture Series explores unique topics with Internationally acclaimed speakers.

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Rethinking Secularism In The Middle East

Gordon hosts Amhet T. Kuru of Columbia University in first of 2008-2009 lecture series

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Gordon College Named a "Best In The Northeast" College by The Princeton Review.

Known for its quality academics, outstanding faculty and Christian community, Gordon was selected as one of 212 instutitions to be featured in the new book, The Best Northeastern Colleges: 2009 Edition

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Gordon College to Manage Salem's Pioneer Village and Old Town Hall

Gordon College’s Institute for Public History (IPH) was recently awarded management of Old Town Hall and Salem 1630: Pioneer Village by the City Council of the City of Salem.

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The Future of Christian Learning

The Future of Christian Learning: An Evangelical and Catholic Dialogue was recently released by Brazos Press. The book, edited by Dr. Thomas Albert Howard, Associate Professor of History at Gordon College, emerged from a one-day dialogue on the campus of Gordon College titled ”Evangelicalism, Catholicism, and the Future of Christian Learning” which took place on September 25, 2006 as part of the Faith Seeking Understanding lecture series.

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Gordon College Named Among "Great Colleges to Work For"

The Chronicle of Higher Education recently named Gordon College one of the “Great Colleges to Work For.” Gordon received the “Great College” recognition in six categories and is one of only two schools in the Council for Christian Colleges (CCCU) to make the list.

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How Science Met Religion: Gordon College Remembers John Templeton As "Enthusiast for Progress"

When Sir John Templeton, the visionary philanthropist who spent the past several decades devoted to the "big questions" of science, religion, and human purpose, died in early July, scholars from Gordon College in Wenham, MA, paused to remember him.

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Andrew Logemann to Join the Gordon College English Department

Gordon College recently welcomed Andrew Logemann to campus as the new assistant professor of English.

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New Novel By Assistant Professor of Communication Arts Jo Kadlecek

The final installment of her series The Lighfoot Trilogy, Kadlecek dedicates her new book, A Minute Before Friday to her writing students at Gordon College.

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New Center for Balance, Mobility and Wellness

The recently completed facility celebrated its grand opening on June 14, at 9 a.m. The newly built 6,500 square-foot facility is located at the Brigham Athletic Complex on Gordon’s campus and will feature clinical, academic and research expertise for the treatment of neurological, vestibular, and balance and gait disorders.

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Saving Darwin, a New Book On Science and Faith

Scientist Karl Giberson, Forum Director on Faith and Science at Gordon, shows why--and how--it is possible to believe in God and evolution at the same time.

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Gordon Graduate Receives Fulbright Scholarship to Study and Research Abroad

Gordon College alumna, Emily Fisher, was recently awarded a Fulbright scholarship. She will study and research in Norway at the University of Bergen.

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Notes Along The Way

A new communications blog about life on and off campus.

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Fighting Scots Honored with Three Team Sportsmanship Awards

Women's Lacrosse, Softball and Men's Tennis take home The Commonwealth Coast Conference Team Sportsmanship award for Gordon College.

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Ground-current Incident Causes No Injuries to La Vida Adventure Camp Staff

This afternoon 14 La Vida Adventure campers in the 14-15-year-old program, along with four adult staff members, were at Red Rock, an outdoor rock-climbing area in West Gloucester, as part of their normal schedule of activities.

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Dr. Rick Warren Challenged Gordon Graduates to Invest Their Lives In The Eternal

More than 320 bachelor’s degrees were presented today as Gordon College celebrated its 116th Commencement outside with College President R. Judson Carlberg presiding. Dr. Rick Warren, acclaimed author of The Purpose Driven Life, was the special guest speaker.

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Gordon Students and Parents Can Be Confident About Access to Loans This Fall

Gordon students and parents can be confident about access to loans this Fall. Under current conditions Gordon's loan process should be stable and undisrupted.

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Commencement 2008 featuring Guest Speaker Rick Warren

The 116th Commencement ceremony at Gordon College will take place on Saturday, May 17, 2008 with special guest speaker Dr. Rick Warren, the highly acclaimed author of the best seller, A Purpose Driven Life.

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Gordon's Biking Professors

Some live as far away as Lynn, some only a few miles from campus, but they have one thing in common--a sincere concern about the environmental impact of driving to work.

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Stan Gaede, Gordon's Scholar-in-Residence Elected President of Christian College Consortium

R. Judson Carlberg, president of Gordon College and chair of the Board of the Christian College Consortium, announced today that Dr. Stan D. Gaede, scholar-in-residence at Gordon College, was elected president of the Christian College Consortium (CCC).

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Gordon's New May Term to Hold Classes In Boston, Wenham and Around The North Shore, Open to All

The Global Education Office is launching its first-ever May Term session, offering eight venue-driven, experimental courses over a three-week time frame.

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Gordon Takes Recycling to The Next Level with The Introduction of Techno Trash

How one Christian college keeps getting greener. Gordon introduces Techno Trash—a new type of recycling that goes beyond restoring paper and plastic, and saves technological waste as well.

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Two Gordon Professors Receive $12,000 Grant from National Science Foundation for Research Project

Dr. Michael Veatch, professor of Mathematics, and Dr. Jonathan Senning, associate professor of Mathematics & Computer Science, are leading the mathematical research project called “Controlling Complex Networks,” to develop dramatically faster algorithms for a broad class of queuing network control problems.

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A Night of Jazz

Join the Coy Pond Piranhas, the jazz ensemble of Gordon College, for a performance of swing, Latin and fusion in the Phillips Recital Hall.

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WE ARE GORDON

GCSA hosts a special year-end event to celebrate and honor the College and the individuals who have contributed to Gordon throughout the years.

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U.S. Army schedules helicopter airlift of Gordon College ROTC cadets

Two U.S. Army Black Hawk helicopters will touch down in Salem to airlift 25 ROTC cadets from Gordon College, Salem State College, and Endicott College to Fort Devens in Ayer..

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Grammy Nominated St. Petersburg String Quartet Performs at Gordon College

One of the world’s leading string quartets, the St. Petersburg String Quartet, will perform at Gordon College. This intimate concert will also include a one-work performance with Artist in Residence Mia Chung.

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Acclaimed Author and C. S. Lewis Scholar Michael Ward to Visit Gordon College

Michael Ward, author of Planet Narnia: The Seven Heavens in the Imagination of C.S. Lewis, is currently on an international book tour. His lectures are drawing the attention of both avid C.S. Lewis readers as well as academic scholars.

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Adams Foundation Piano Recital Series Features Pianist Ian Hobson

The Department of Music is pleased to announce a recital performance by pianist Ian Hobson on Saturday, April 12 at 7 p.m. in the final Adams Foundation Piano Recital Series performance of the 2007-2008 season at Gordon College.

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Spring 2008 Brings Shakespeare to Gordon with a Performance of Love's Labour's Lost

Under the direction of Jeffrey S. Miller, the Theatre Department presents Love’s Labour’s Lost--considered to be William Shakespeare's most flamboyantly intellectual play. The production is filled with literary allusions, modern day poetic form and a cast of talented actors and actresses. Show dates are April 4-5 and 8-12, 2008. All performances will take place at Gordon College--a Christian college of the liberal arts and sciences.

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How to Choose a Presidential Candidate Using Mathematics

The Departments of Mathematics and Political Studies at Gordon College will hold a presentation entitled, “What Makes your Vote Matter?” a discussion about math and politics.

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Forest Forensics: A Presentation By Tom Wessels On His Book, Reading The Forested Landscape

On Tuesday, April 8, author and ecologist Tom Wessels will lecture on his book Reading the Forested Landscape: A Natural History of New England. The event will begin at 7 p.m. in the President's Dining Room in the Lane Student Center and will end in the A.J. Gordon Memorial Chapel.

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Jack Good, 1966 Gordon Alum, Receives American Red Cross 2008 Enduring Hero Award

Jack Good '66,received the 2008 Enduring Hero award at the Sixth Annual American Red Cross Community Heroes Breakfast held at the Danversport Yacht Club. Also honored as a Community Hero was Ruby Bowles '71.

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The 2008 Provost's Award

For their substantial contributions to student learning and development, this year's recipients are Anita Coco and Leo Cleary.

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The Boston Printmakers 60th Anniversary Exhibit Travels to Gordon

The Boston Printmakers, known to showcase some of the most prestigious and eclectic printmaking in the world, is coming to the College as part of a special yearlong traveling exhibit called Field Report, which will be on display March 8 - April 15 in the Gallery of the Barrington Center for the Arts.

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Flesh and Blood Jesus, by Dr. Daniel Russ, to be Released July 2008

Russ began his book Flesh-and-Blood Jesus as a guide to help Christians understand not only Christ’s humanity, but also their own as it chronicles the life of Jesus Christ from birth to resurrection.

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The Lost Temple of Israel: Biblical Archeologist Presents Evidence to Christian Students

An acknowledged expert in his field, Zvi Koenigsberg's lecture will present archeological evidence he and his colleagues found leading to a controversial claim about the location of the First Temple in Israel.

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Gordon College Welcomes Adams Foundation International Piano Recital Series

The Adams Series brings pianists of international caliber to chamber music venues throughout the United States and the College is pleased to welcome duo-pianists Richard and John Contiguglia to launch the Adams Series at Gordon on Saturday, March 8, at 7:00 p.m. in the Phillips Recital Hall.

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Biographer and Scholar, Dr. Scott M. Gibson, to Speak On Gordon College Founder A. J. Gordon

Dr. Scott M. Gibson, Haddon W. Robinson professor of preaching and director of the master of theology program in preaching at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, will speak about the Christian life of A. J. Gordon, the founder of Gordon College.

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Coach Mike Schauer Earns 100th Win at Gordon

Gordon College head coach Mike Schauer earned his 100th victory with the Fighting Scots against Regis College.

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