The Editors

April Edition: Editor’s Note

Our April Edition is out NOW! We just released seventeen new articles. Featured are contributions from fourteen different authors, seven of them new! In perhaps what is our most diverse release yet, we have articles on books, sports, movies, student life, politics, faith, and more. As Editor-in-Chief, I am so proud of the work everyone put in to make this edition happen. 

Though this is the last full edition of the Review, expect more to come in the future weeks. We have planned: an article series on Critical Race Theory, an interview with a beloved, retiring professor, an interview with Gordon’s new President, a diverse array of opinion pieces, and more that will also be published throughout the month of May. We are not slowing down anytime soon and plan on ending the semester strong! 

Thank you so much for your continued support. I hope you enjoy reading our work! 



Symbolism, Power, and Perversion in The Handmaid’s Tale by Kate Walker

Ancient and Modern Liberty in Attack on Titan by Samuel Paquette

Here to the Dreamers: A Review of La La Land by Mario Aguirre


A Reflection on March Madness by Nathan Talesnick

Book Review on Jemar Tisby’s “The Color of Compromise” by Deborah Cumbee

Gain For Me is Gain For Thee by John Skoog

The Lost Art of Silence by Emily Marcotte 

The Context of Courage by Jacob Gerwig

Rediscovering the Virtue of Prudence by Sophia Jesson


The Lost Message of Grace for the Mentally Ill by Abby Williams

Seizing Life from the Old Testament by Thomas Friedrich

Student Life

In the Dark: The Prevalence of Child Sexual Assault and Our Imperative by Hope Rawlson

Navigating Life’s Transitions: An Interview with Dr. Michael Lindsay on His New Book “Hinge Moments” by Liam Siegler

Sexual Assault: A Week of Awareness, A Night of Testimonies by Hope Rawlson

Crunch Time: A Conversation with Gordon Athletes by Bethany Moy

Founders Discuss the Creation of the Voices of Gordon, Awareness Efforts on Campus by Hope Rawlson

How Financial Reform Impacted Gordon’s Relationships with its Alumni by Tim LaRocca

The Gordon Review is always looking for more contributors and staff members! Please contact if you are interested in writing for us. 

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Janet Welty

Hi Liam,

This is Sam’s Nana. I really enjoy looking at this website and reading your articles. Keep up the good work.
Question. Did Sam share any of the candy I sent him? I hope so.