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A Year as an Honor Society Member

A Year as an Honor Society Member As I complete my Bachelor’s degree and graduate this November, I will take all of my achievements and successes that I have obtained that would not have been possible without the Honor Society.  When I decided to go back to school and pursue my Bachelor’s Degree, I became […]

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5 Ways to Overcome Your Most Common Fears About Work

Article by Susan C. Foster Fear is a response to physical and emotional danger; it should keep us alert and safe. But too much fear about perceived threats just causes anxiety and stress, and at work, it can stall our careers.           Related: How to Confront Your Fear-Based Thoughts Here are five of the most […]

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When a Woman Submits

Submission. It’s a part of life. We are all accountable to someone. We all have authorities who have more knowledge than us about something we are involved in. They serve as a mentor or guide on this Earth. The mentors and guides may come in the form of friends, family, coworkers or people who have […]

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The Girl That No One Knew

Do you wonder if your family members and those that God has assigned to be in your presence (or a person you know) most often know of the gem that you are? Are they simply ignoring your good fortune and not encouraging you to reach for the stars because they cannot see beyond what they […]

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6 things that loss and grief has taught me.

Through loss, I have learnt that it takes some time to adjust and learn to live life without that person and it is okay.There is no right way or wrong way to grieve and it can take a lot of time and support to heal.It is okay to know that: There is no right or wrong time frame for […]

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7 Crucial Mindset Shifts to Achieve Everything You Want

Article by Cristina Bold Change is scary. Learn to embrace that fear and watch your dreams unfold.   When you decide to embrace a profound life change, it’s scary, because change is scary. But the only way to successfully deal with change is to master it, and once you do, launching your life forward will […]

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Alumni Return to Gordon to Mentor Art Students

The Art Department and the Barrington Center Art Gallery are introducing the Alumni-Undergraduate Artist Mentorship Program in hopes to further engage Gordon’s current art students with a rewarding artistic opportunity. Through this program, students will be able to delve into their own artistic creations outside of the classroom and collaborate with an accomplished graduate of […]

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Steve Prince – Power Made Perfect In Brokenness

Visiting artist Steve Prince, an Assistant Professor of Art and Artist in Residence at Allegheny College in Meadville, PA, gave Gordon art students the unique opportunity to work with him on a mural installation displayed in his new exhibit: “Power Made Perfect in Brokenness.” Two days prior to his art show’s reception, Prince and Gordon […]

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The Gravity House Launches First Event of the School-year

The Gravity House, a non-profit, event planning organization, launched its anticipated first event on Friday, Sept. 16. The organization’s mission is “to encourage a new type of university social culture by planning and creating the highest quality parties and entertainment that ultimately forms a strong community of participants from a multitude of collegiate campuses.” The […]

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New Book Release: “Putting Art (back) In Its Place”

On Nov. 17, the Barrington Art Department hosted a book reception for John Skillen’s new book, “Putting Art (back) In Its Place. The book focuses on the Christian discussion revolving around the sacred role artwork played in the history of the church, and how it still desires to interact with the Christian faith today. Skillen […]

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