Structure and Serendipity: How Experiential Learning Adds Up
The setting might be far from home and comfort zone: an orphanage in Sri Lanka, a boardroom in Beijing. It might be as close as a whiteboard in Ken Olsen, or a tiny art studio in Roosevelt. The common denominator is students applying book-learning to the actual world.
Women In Leadership: It’s About Achieving Mission
Housed at Gordon College, a national, multi-phase benchmark study of women in leadership within the evangelical nonprofit sector revealed some surprising results. Provost Janel Curry unpacks the study’s findings.
Scots Study Spots | Truett Smith ’15
A guided tour of some of Gordon’s best (and worst) study spots.
Anvil By Spring | Max Halik ’15
An 11-month quest took Max on frantic runs through the Gordon woods in deep snow, and caused him to doubt and distrust even his closest friends.
Jerusalem and Athens Forum Essay Contest
Hannah Wardell ’17 wrote the winning essay. Honorable mentions went to Sam Sherratt ’15 and Christy Urbano ’16.
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