Connecting Academia, the Church and the City

Connecting Academia, the Church and the City

Fifteen years ago, the fledgling cohorts of the Jerusalem and Athens Forum (JAF) and Clarendon Scholars honors programs were laying the groundwork for what would become cornerstone opportunities at Gordon. They were founded to explore, respectively, “What has the...

When faculty mentors make all the difference

Growing up in Washington, D.C., Jordan Bellamy ’20 (pictured above, right) witnessed a cultural shift. As housing prices increased, the socio-economic makeup of her community evolved. What was once a dwelling place for people from many walks of life became less...

Catching a (World) Vision

During a mission trip to Uganda, Nick Tozier ’19 was struck by the extreme poverty in the slum of Kabalagala. “Homes were dilapidated and overcrowded and the stench of burning trash and sewage was overwhelming,” he says. It was an image he couldn’t shake from his...

AnaCarolina Araujo ’18: Neighbor and Scientist

AnaCarolina Araujo ’18 has never broken a bone, but she loves to study them. As a kinesiology major, she uses her knowledge of movement to help people regain control of their bodies. She jokes that her interest in physical therapy began after watching the romantic...