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

New icon shows people with disabilities moving forward.

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Gordon College Receives Grant for Environmental Stewardship

Building on its commitment to creation care, Gordon's recent grant will help with new projects.

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History Alive! Hosts 1940’s and 50’s Swing Dance to Benefit Restoration Work at The Old Town Hall

Jingle Bell Jump planned for Swing Dance to Benefit Restoration Work at the Old Town Hall

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Vatican II: Catholicism Then and Now

Massimo Faggioli Speaking at Gordon College

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What's Cool? It All Depends

Associate Professor of Psychology Jonathan Gerber has turned his professional curiosity to how we know what is "cool."

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Thanksgiving Greetings from the Lindsay Family

May God's abundant blessings be on your mind and in your life this holiday season.

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Offshore Waters and the Avian World

Saturday, November 10, 17 students in the Biology Club spent the afternoon observing the avian world along the coastline of Gloucester; the small seaport town of Rockport; and at Halibut Point State Park.

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New Center for Faith and Inquiry Launched at Gordon College

Gordon's new Center for Faith and Inquiry is dedicated to promoting first-order scholarship, reflection, creativity, and conversation.

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Gordon College Plans to Resume Normal Operations and Regular Classes On Tuesday Morning, October 30.

Gordon College plans to resume normal operations and classes on campus Tuesday, October 30.

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Measuring 'Cool': Psychology Professor's New Study Shows How College Students Perceive What's Cool

Jonathan Gerber's new study on cool explores the dynamic changes of the concept.

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Connecticut Tragedy Hits Home for Gordon Community

The Gordon College community grieves for all the victims of this past Friday’s tragic event in Newtown, Connecticut, including the six-year-old daughter of an alumnus.

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"Working": A Musical for Today's Job Market

Gordon's new musical, "Working" is selling out!

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New Center for Faith and Inquiry Brings Together Christian Scholarship Initiatives

New Center for Faith and Inquiry brings the best of three long-standing intiatives under one name.

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Gordon's Annual Day of Prayer

Though prayer and worship is at the core of a Gordon education, the Day of Prayer sets aside intentional time as a community in unique ways.

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The Bullfrog In Your Neighborhood

“When your colleagues are doing things like changing education, conducting important research and using art to truly communicate with people, it makes you want to push your craft to the limit as well.”

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The Parable of the Talents, Gordon Style

In a recent Chapel address, President Michael Lindsay challenged the Gordon student body to take seriously Jesus’ parable of the talents.

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The 28th Biennial Conference On Faith & History Comes to Gordon's Campus

Cultural, Change and Adaptation—A community of scholars exploring the relationship between Christian faith and history

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Blessed to Be a Blessing

President Lindsay issued an intriguing challenge to the Gordon student body during his chapel address Wednesday morning: to put into practice the message of the Parable of the Talents. his money wh

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Sociology Professor Publishes First Biography of Samuel Howe, Boston Abolitionist

James Trent publishes new work on Reformer Samuel Howe

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Michael Gerson Discusses Opportunity, and Confronts Suffering

Michael Gerson, nationally syndicated columnist and senior advisor at ONE, a bipartisan organization dedicated to the fight against extreme poverty and eventable diseases, spoke at Gordon College September 13 and 14.

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The Finest Young Sportswriter In America

"It may surprise you to learn the finest young sportswriter—perhaps the finest young writer period—in America is a Christian. It's true: Thomas Lake, all of 31 years of age and currently a senior writer for Sports Illustrated, graduated from Gordon College in Massachusetts."

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

Gordon nationally ranked among the nation's best liberal arts colleges

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Outdoor Activity Restriction (Mosquito-borne Illness)

Outdoor, organized activities during peak mosquito hours have been banned per recommendation of the M.D.P.H.

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Poles Apart? Making Sense of Red and Blue 2012

“Politicians of both major parties play the power game of politics, and for the last few decades victory at all costs has competed against an older vision of deliberation, debate and decision, with disagreement being handled with some degree of civility.”

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Return Design Wins $15,000 Sappi: Ideas That Matter Grant

Sappi Fine Paper announces recipients for the 13th annual Ideas that Matter program.

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Michael Gerson: The Role of Citizens, Government and Civil Society

Former Chief Speech Writer for George W. Bush, "Washington Post" columnist and Senior Advisor for ONE campaign, to speak at Gordon College

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On the Air: Gordon Team Receives Grant for Internet Radio Station

New grant helps Scot Radio grow.

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Blogging Elijah

Students in the Elijah Project, a year-long honors program exploring Christian vocation, spend their summers in internships all over the world.

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Gordon Awarded Templeton Grant to Prepare for 500th Anniversary of Protestant Reformation

The John Templeton Foundation has awarded Gordon a grant for a conference and publication projects on the 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation.

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History Alive! Celebrates America's First Published Poet, Anne Bradstreet, with World Premiere Play

To celebrate Ann Bradstreet’s birth, Gordon College’s History Alive! program has created an original play incorporating Anne’s poetry and life story.

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Reflections on the Occasion of the Nation's 236th Birthday

On the occasion of the nation's 236th birthday, here are some reflections on faith and politics by Gordon faculty and alumni.

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Recreation and Leisure Studies Professor Honored for Her International Contributions to Sport

Valerie Gin, professor and chair of the recreation and leisure studies department, was recognized recently for her distinguished service.

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Summer Scholars

Over the summer, Gordon faculty members dive into special projects they're passionate about.

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Dillon Coleman's Story

Dillon Coleman, a Gordon senior who plays baseball with one hand, was recently featured on CNN's Headline News.

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Two Gordon College Professors Receive Distinguished Faculty Awards

During Gordon College’s 120th graduation ceremonies May 19, 2012, professors Ivy George of Beverly, Rini Cobbey of Lynn and Mark Sargent of Hamilton received top honors.

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Gordon College Celebrates 120th Commencement Ceremonies

Along with their families, friends and professors, 361 undergraduate students and 34 graduate students will participate in Gordon College’s 120th graduation ceremonies May 18–19.

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Power and Justice: Perspectives On Political Order

The CPS conference provides Christian political scientists with a unique forum to explore how faith informs teaching and scholarship.

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Kyleen Burke Represents Gordon at Georgetown University Interfaith Conference

Wednesday, April 25, Gordon senior Kyleen Burke had the opportunity to represent Gordon College at a symposium on interfaith cooperation at Georgetown University.

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The Princeton Review Names Gordon College a Top "Green" School

As the nation gears up to celebrate Earth Day this weekend, Gordon College received news that The Princeton Review has selected Gordon as one of the most environmentally responsible green colleges in the nation.

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Family Adventure Day: An Exciting Outdoor Experience

An outdoor adventure learning experience just for families

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Gordon Scientist Contributes to Study on Impact to Coral from Deepwater Horizon Spill

The Deepwater Horizon oil spill damaged coral formations deep beneath the surface of the Gulf of Mexico and miles from the ruptured well at the heart of the disaster. Gordon's Dr. Cho served on research team.

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From Eritrea to Wenham: Internationally Known Scientist to Speak at Annual Community Read Lecture

Hamilton Wenham Library partners with Gordon for sixth community lecture.

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President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll

The Corporation for National and Community Service and the U.S. Department of Education today honored the nation’s leading colleges and universities, students, and faculty members, and staff for their commitment to bettering their communities through community service and service learning.

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Justice at Home—Global Issues On a Local Level

This year's Human Rights Week will highlight global issues on a local level.

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The Language of Science and Faith

Dr. Karl Giberson, an internationally known science–and–religion scholar, speaker, and writer to deliver Crum Lecture

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Gordon Music Professor Honored for Distinguished Service

Sandy Doneski honored by state music association.

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Work Transfigured

A new exhibit in the Barrington Center for the Arts explores the meaning of work and vocation.

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A New Alternative Political Conversation for Election 2012

The new discussion forum will model civility and mutual respect during a highly-charged political year.

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Brad Wright on American Christianity: Myths and Realities

Sociologist Brad Wright speaks on American Christianity on Thursday, February 2 and Friday, February 3

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Professor Irv Levy Presents at Green Chemistry Commitment Summit in Boston

Among the presenters at a recently green-chemisty summit in Boston was Professor Irv Levy, who spoke about the green chemistry program at Gordon College

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H.M.S. Pinafore - A Gilbert & Sullivan Classic

Two performances of the classic Gilbert & Sullivan operetta come to Gordon College.

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How to Steer a Ship in a Storm

Recently Christianity Today interviewed two new college presidents, Philip Ryken (Wheaton College) and D. Michael Lindsay (Gordon College) about the challenges of being a college president in tough times.

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Gordon College History Professor Wins National Book Award

From nearly 400 titles submitted by 52 publishers, God and the Atlantic: America, Europe, and the Religious Divide by Gordon College history professor Thomas Albert (Tal) Howard has been selected as one of only 15 to receive Christianity Today’s 2012 Book Award.

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Remembering Stephen Tavilla, Business Leader and Benefactor

Stephen Tavilla, 87, benefactor of Gordon College, passed away New Year's Day.

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Alumnus Helps Turn "Rivers of Death" into "Rivers of Life"

Kevin Herr '09 is Church Engagement coordinator at Water Missions, a Christian engineering ministry involved in safe water projects all around the world

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From Gordon to Harvard to M.I.T.: Hiromu Nagahara '03

After graduating from Gordon in 2003, Hiromu Nagahara didn’t go far—in fact, he went as far as Harvard (which is only about 30 miles away, give or take).

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