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Students Apply Their Christian Faith at New Study Abroad Program In Cape Town, South Africa

The Global Education Office at Gordon College has just launched Gordon in South Africa, a new semester-abroad program that focuses on issues of reconciliation and social justice.

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National Survey Affirms Gordon As a Place of Academic Rigor, International Study, and Service

Gordon was one of 610 four-year colleges and universities in the U.S. and Canada to participate in the recently released 2007 National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) Report.

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Gordon Recognized for “Service Learning” By U.S. News & World Report

This is the first time the College has been recognized for service learning by U.S. News and the recognition can be found online within the “Academic Programs—Programs to Look For” section.

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Gordon Features Faculty and Alumni Artists In to The Least of These

A silent auction will take place throughout the course of the exhibition and proceeds will benefit the artists and nonprofit organization Heifer International.

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Gordon Hosts Special Christmas Performance and Dramatic Reading

The Gordon Chamber Singers present a special Christmas performance that will feature long-time Gordon professor Dr. Peter Stine reading "The Best Christmas Pageant Ever."

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Pianists Mia Chung and Alina Polyakov to Perform Free Concert at Gordon

Mia Chung and Alina Polyakov will perform a duo piano recital on Friday, December 14, at Phillips Recital Hall that will include works by Mozart, Milhaud and Rachmaninov.

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Come Celebrate “Christmas at Gordon” December 6-8, 2007

Join Gordon College for a classic old-fashioned Christmas experience with caroling, outdoor tree lights, stories, and other traditional performances.

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Pianists Mia Chung and Alina Polyakov to Perform at Thompson Chamber Music Series Concert

Chung and Polyakov will perform a duo piano recital on Friday, November 16, at 8 p.m. in the Phillips Recital Hall and the program will include works by Mozart, Brahms and Rachmaninov.

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Gordon Launches Their 2007 Fall Theatre Schedule with "The Caucasian Chalk Circle"

An epic play by Bertolt Brecht that poses tough questions about love and choice while retelling the biblical tale of Solomon and a child claimed by two mothers.

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La Vida Adventure Camp Awarded "best Summer Camp" and “north of Boston Favorite” By Cnc's Readership

La Vida Adventure Camp received “First Place” in the Community Newspaper Corporation's 2007 Reader’s Choice Awards.

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Nazi Holocaust Survivor Sonia Weitz Returns to Gordon to Tell Her Story

Peabody resident Sonia Weitz to give her 27th consecutive lecture at the College entitled "My Story: Personal Reflections of a Holocaust Survivor" on Tuesday, November 13, 2007 at 7 p.m.

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Gordon to Participate In “Faith and Foreign Policy” Event at The New Hampshire Institute of Politics

The event will feature panels of scholars, practitioners and 2008 Presidential candidates speaking on religion and international affairs.

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Gordon Features Smith College Art Professor Susan Heideman In approaching The Liminal

Approaching the Liminal features a selection of paintings, constructions and reliquary objects by Susan Heideman, painter and art professor at Smith College.

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“The President’s Own” United States Marine Band to Perform at Gordon

“The President’s Own” United States Marine Band, considered to be one of the world’s greatest concert bands, will perform at the College as part of their 2007 Northeast Tour.

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Author D. Michael Lindsay to Speak On His Celebrated Book faith In The Halls of Power

Faith In The Halls Of Power involves the largest and most comprehensive work ever conducted on people of faith who hold positions of public leadership.

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Dr. Christian Smith’s Award-winning Book-turned-film, Soul Searching, Premieres at Gordon

Soul Searching tells the complex story of the religious and spiritual lives of contemporary American teenagers.

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Tim Ferguson-Sauder Wins Boston Cut&Paste Graphic Design Competition

Tim Ferguson-Sauder, art director and art faculty member at Gordon College, competed against seven other designers from around the nation in the Boston Cut&Paste Digital Design Tournament.

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National Christian College Fair and Free Financial Aid Workshop at Gordon

The National Christian College fair tour will arrive at Gordon on Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2007, featuring representatives from some of the top Christian Colleges in North America.

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Gordon Podcast Site to Be Featured On Apple’s Public iTunes Music Store

Gordon is one of only 24 colleges and universities nationwide to have their podcast site selected for Apple’s public iTunes Music store site.

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Men’s Varsity Soccer Homecoming Game Cancelled; Alumni Game Now Planned

The Fighting Scots will host an Alumni Match on Saturday, October 6, 2007, at 2:30 p.m. on the Quad on the campus of Gordon College.

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Nationally Known Author David Blankenhorn to Speak About His New Book "The Future of Marriage"

In "The Future Of Marriage” Blankenhorn proposes that same-sex marriage raises difficult questions about the future of marriage as a social institution.

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Gordon Scholar-in-Residence Stan Gaede Assesses and Critiques Evangelicalism for Lecture Series

Gordon opens its Evangelicalism at the Crossroads Lecture Series with Stan Gaede, Ph.D., on the current state and future of evangelicalism.

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Gordon College to Receive Transformational Gift of $60 Million

Today Gordon College officially announces the largest gift in its history--Dale E. and Sarah Ann Fowler have committed $60 million from their estate to the College as unrestricted endowment.

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Gordon College Welcomes Yaliang Zhao, Ph.D, As a New Professor of Biology

Yaliang Zhao of Andover, MA, recently joined the faculty at Gordon College as a professor of Biology.

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Gordon College Welcomes Ellen Gilson Voth, Ph.D, As a Professor of Music

Gordon College welcomes Ellen Gilson Voth of Rocky Hill, CT, to the music department for the 2007-2008 academic year.

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Gordon College Welcomes Gregory S. Keller, Ph.D, As a New Professor of Biology

Gregory S. Keller of West Newbury, MA, recently joined the faculty at Gordon College as a professor of biology.

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Gordon College Welcomes Emmanuelle A. Vanborre, Ph.D, to The Foreign Language Department

Emmanuelle Vanborre of Brookline, MA, recently joined the Foreign Language Department at Gordon College as a professor of french.

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Gordon College Welcomes Emily A. Jarvis, Ph.D, As a New Professor of Chemistry

Emily A. Jarvis of Wenham, MA, recently joined the faculty at Gordon College as a professor of chemistry.

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Gordon College Welcomes Brian Glenney, Ph.D, As a New Professor of Philosophy

Brian Glenney of Beverly Farms, MA, recently joined the faculty at Gordon College as a professor of philosophy.

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Gordon College Welcomes Erin E. Devers, Ph.D, As a New Professor of Psychology

Erin E. Devers of South Hamilton, MA, recently joined the faculty at Gordon College as a professor of psychology.

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Former Time Magazine Foreign Correspondent David Aikman to Speak at Gordon

David Aikman, author, journalist, college teacher, and United States foreign policy consultant, to speak at Gordon.

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Gordon Purchases Emergency Communication Service–Connect-ED®

Connect-ED® provides college administrators the ability to send voice and text messages to Gordon students, faculty and staff in the case of a campus emergency.

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Gordon College Named One of America's Best Liberal Arts Colleges By U.S. News & World Report

The 2008 edition of "America’s Best Colleges" by U.S. News & World Report has listed Gordon among the nation's 248 best liberal arts colleges.

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Gordon Earns Several Awards at 2007 Communicator Awards Print Competition

Gordon College received five awards at the 13th Annual Communicator Awards Print Competition, the leading international awards program recognizing creative excellence in the communication field.

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Gordon College Symphonic Chorale to Host Community Auditions for 2007-08 Season

Gordon College is pleased to announce open auditions for its Symphonic Chorale, a choral ensemble comprised of members of the local community, along with Gordon students, faculty, staff and alumni.

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History Alive! Presents Performance at Pioneer Village On The Life of Salem Colonists In 1640

"Folkways: A Day in the Life of the Early Colonists," is a hands-on interactive performance that depicts 17th-century life through period singing, storytelling, and other themed activities on education and worship, love and courtship, and crime and punishment.

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Statement from R. Judson Carlberg

The Dale E. and Sarah Ann Fowler Campus

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Gordon Hosts Summer Field Hockey League for Girls

Gordon College will host a summer field hockey league for young women currently in high school (Grades 9 –12) beginning Tuesday, July 10 at 6 p.m.

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Dr. Stephen L. S. Smith Receives Senior Distinguished Faculty Award from Gordon College

The Senior Distinguished Faculty Award is in recognition of Dr. Smith’s gestures of collegiality and his continued dedication to service and scholarship at Gordon.

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Dr. Jennifer Hevelone-Harper Receives Junior Distinguished Faculty Award from Gordon College

The Junior Distinguished Faculty Award is in recognition of Dr. Hevelone-Harper's successful teaching performance, scholarly and professional endeavors, and service to the College and community.

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Two Gordon College Students Receive Fulbright Scholarships to Study and Teach Abroad

Taryn Knerr, a double major in German and Mathematics, and Daniel Santimore, a double major in Ancient Languages and Biblical Studies with a minor in Ancient Near Eastern Studies.

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Soulforce Visits Gordon College

A report on the Soulforce Equality Ride visit to Gordon College.

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Gordon Becomes First College in the Nation with New Disability Icon, Thanks to Philosophy Professor

The Accessibility Icon project has become a movement. New York City recently adopted the symbol. Brian Glenney, assistant professor of philosophy, who collaborated on the design with Sara Hendren, graduate student at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, the new symbol challenges how people perceive those who are disabled.

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Gordon College to Host “Summer Music Academy”

The “Summer Music Academy” is a one-week music program designed to help fourth through ninth graders develop their talent as vocal and instrumental musicians.

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Dr. Lauren F. Winner Challenged The Class of 2007 to "Gaze Deeply at The Things That Matter"

Today Gordon College celebrated its 115th Commencement with College President R. Judson Carlberg presiding.

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First Cohort of "New City Scholars" to Graduate from Gordon

This Saturday, May 19, 2007, six of the original New City Scholars will walk across a stage and receive a bachelor’s degree from one of the nation’s top Christian liberal arts colleges.

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Gordon Recognized for Low Student Loan Default Rates Indicating High Job Placement After Graduation

Gordon was recently included in a Boston Business Journal article as having the second-lowest loan-default rate of all colleges and universities in Massachusetts, of which there are over 100.

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Gordon College Celebrates its 115th Commencement with Guest Speaker Dr. Lauren F. Winner

----DUE TO RAIN, COMMENCEMENT WILL BE HELD INDOORS---- Dr. Winner is the highly acclaimed author of Girl Meets God, and Mudhouse Sabbath.

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Gordon Alumna Endows Award to Honor Longtime Professor Dr. Marvin Wilson

At a recent Gordon ceremony, Dr. Marvin Wilson was presented with the "Dr. Marvin Wilson Award for Teaching Excellence in the Humanities" by former student Betsy Gage Pea ‘79.

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Gordon College Named “Strong In Music” By Fiske Guide to Colleges

In the 2007 "Fiske Guide To Colleges," Gordon College was featured in the “Small Colleges and Universities Strong in Music” category.

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Gordon College Presents “Music Mania 2007” for Children Pre-Kindergarten Through Grade Six

Under the direction of Dr. Sandra Doneski, Assistant Professor of Music at Gordon College, Music Mania instructors will familiarize young students with musical theatre, symphonic music, theory, world music...

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Gordon Theatre Arts Department Presents “Enchanted April”

A spring comedy, "Enchanted April" is about four distinctive English women, initially strangers, who plan a brief escape from their bleak, gray England existence to a charming Italian seaside villa.

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Soulforce Visit to Gordon College

Gordon College honors Soulforce request to visit.

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Gordon College Honored at The Fourth Annual Service Industry Advertising Awards

The Gordon College “Adventurous Life” advertising campaign was recently honored at the Fourth Annual Service Industry Awards (SIAA).

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Gordon Provost Named Dellenback Fellow of The Council of Christian Colleges & Universities

Dr. Mark L. Sargent was recognized for his years of distinguished service and leadership as a prominent academic administrator on the council and development of Christian college education abroad.

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Gordon Receives $30,000 Grant to Fund Summer Education Institute

With this grant the Gordon Education Department will create a unique summer institute that brings public school teachers and Gordon education professors together to discuss best teaching practices.

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Gordon Features New Brunswick Printmaker Dan Steeves In "The House As Fortress" Exhibit

Steeves prints explore the meaning of a house, new and old, where sadness and joy cohabit, and consider the house as a self-protective fortress.

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Gordon College Students Honored at Taylor University’s "Making Literature Conference"

Five Gordon College senior English majors (among other Christian college students), Rachael Mayer, Jenelle Siegal, Anna Slater, Jessica Sorrells and Anna Tschetter, were recognized at Taylor University's first "Making Literature Conference".

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Stillpoint, New Logo, Viewbook, and Design Honored at The 22nd Annual Admissions Advertising Awards

Gordon College received top honors at the 22nd Annual Admissions Advertising Awards, once again recognizing Gordon for outstanding communication pieces and design.

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“Islam, Toleration, and The Future of Europe”

International Author Dr. James Kennedy to Speak at Gordon College

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Pulitzer Prize Winning Author Tracy Kidder to Speak at Gordon College

As an event co-sponsor with the Hamilton-Wenham Public Library, Gordon College welcomes Pulitzer Prize winning author Tracy Kidder to speak on his widely-admired book "Mountains Beyond Mountains."

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National Association of Evangelicals Vice President Richard Cizik to Speak at Gordon

Gordon College welcomes Reverend Richard Cizik, vice president for governmental affairs of the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE), as keynote speaker at the Barrington Annual Seminar.

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Gordon Symphony Orchestra Presents Mozart’s Requiem with World-Renowned Mozart Scholar Robert Levin

The Gordon Symphony Orchestra presents Mozart’s "Requiem" with world-renowned Mozart scholar Robert Levin and Finzi’s "Clarinet Concerto" featuring soloist William Kirkley.

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Folk-Musical "Quilters" Celebrates The Lives of Pioneer Women and The Profound Art of Quilting

The Gordon College Theatre Department launches their Spring 2007 season with "Quilters," a folk-musical about pioneer women living on the frontier and the importance of quilting.

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Gordon Production "Growing Up Christian" to Perform In American College Theater Festival

The Gordon College theater production "Growing Up Christian" is one of six productions recently selected to perform and compete in the 2006 Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival - Region I.

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