Publications

These groups work to compile and publish student-created content.

The Idiom

The Idiom provides an artistic outlet for all of Gordon’s students. We accept submissions from writers, artists, photographers, and poets! We seek to represent the quality work of Gordon college students in a bi-annual publication. We desire to foster creativity and appreciation for the arts among the student body through our open group meetings and the dissemination of our publication throughout the Gordon community.

 

Leaders:

Katie Steininger

 

Email:

idiom@gordon.edu

If I Told You

If I Told You is a Gordon publication that collects anonymous stories from students and alumni regarding their experiences with issues that are difficult to discuss within the church. The mission of If I Told You is threefold:

 

  1. To provide a space for students and alumni to share personal stories about topics that are often difficult to openly discuss within the Church due to fear of shame or judgment;
  2. To combat a sense of isolation these individuals experience through stories and dialogue;
  3. To assist the Gordon community in thoughtfully and compassionately engaging with these topics.

 

Leaders:

Christie Clause

 

Email:

ifitoldyou@gordon.edu

Princemere

Princemere is an annually published collection of undergraduate work nominated by Gordon College faculty for its academic excellence and innovation.

 

Leaders:

Monica Knaak

 

Email:

academicjournal@gordon.edu

The Tartan

As a publication, the Tartan explores the lives of students and others at Gordon College. We delve into the latest news, uncover how the past meets the present and the future and venture into the world of journalism with a desire to find truth.

 

Leaders:

Colin Hall

 

Email:

tartan@gordon.edu

 

Website:

gtartan.com

 

Social Media:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GordonTartan/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gc_tartan/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/gordontartan

Sports: https://twitter.com/gc_tartansports

Vox Populi

The Vox Populi is a Gordon College Literary Journal that focuses on creative nonfiction, social critique, and simple modern photography. We are a journal that encourages all Gordon affiliates- from professors to alumni to students, and all disciplines- from neuroscience to Biblical studies, to explore rich themes and offer a new perspective, a critique, or a hope.

 

Leaders:

Andrew York

 

Email:

voxpop@gordon.edu

Hypernikon

 

The Gordon College Hypernikon strives to recognize the achievements of students, commemorate the happenings on campus, and honor the tradition of awkward pictures.

 

Leaders:

Davis Modarelli

 

Email:

hypernikon@gordon.edu