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Internship Spotlight II {Fall 2015}

Tim Carr, Gordon College

This semester, I am interning in the Crime Scene Investigations Division of the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Police Department. My main duties include assisting with Crime Report records and also assisting crime scene detectives on scene and in the office. 320 more words


Current Gordon College and OneGordon news

“If gay and lesbian community activists have been treated 10 years ago the way that Gordon College has been treated in the last 9 months, they would have been significantly silenced, not have had any of their opportunities. 1,444 more words


GUEST POST: I went to Gordon College and My Roommate was Gay

Note: I agree to host this blog post for a friend who is an alumni of Gordon College and who wants to speak out on this issue without outing her old roommate — which would happen if she posted under her own name. 1,548 more words

Gordon C. Stewart reblogged this on VIEWS from the EDGE: Social Criticism and commented:

Haddayr Copley-Woods posted this on her blog. Haddayr is a writer published by many venues, including aired commentaries on Minnesota Public Radio's "All Things Considered" program. In light of Views from the Edge's recent posts on the topic of religion and sexuality, we're glad to share this first-person story of a student's dilemma at Gordon College.

Fundamentalism and the Modern University

Are evangelical colleges modern? Or, with their insistence that knowledge has its roots in God’s Holy Word, are they somehow trapped in medieval ideas about knowledge and the purposes of higher education? 1,005 more words


I swore an oath to uphold the Constitution

I’ve lived in Wenham for almost twelve years now. I first moved here as a student at Gordon College in the late 90’s. After grad school and serving overseas in the Marine Corps, I got a job in Boston and was excited to once again move here and now raise my young family. 271 more words

hark the herald, lend thy ears

Greetings, world. A haiku for you:

“Ay, the figure walks, 

Cross Coy, cross Quad, cross tempers, 

Trekking goose shit on.” 

The Harlequin is not afraid of dirt and mud. 60 more words

Fundamentalist University Can’t Stay Afloat

Looks like the world of fundamentalist higher education will be shrinking at the end of this semester. Chattanooga’s Tennessee Temple University will be closing its doors… 461 more words

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