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Wakanda Forever: Wakandan For Emphasis

Sarah Scott-Nelson is a dedicated poet, avid traveler, and aspiring minimalist. She is a senior studying International Affairs and Peace and...

Scripture: A Covenant in Dialogue

Wesley Tenney is a graduating senior with double majors in Secondary Education and Christian Ministries. During his Gordon career, he has studied in Israel/Palestine and has served as a youth minister in Belarus. Raised in North Central Massachusetts, he enjoys hiking, biking, and writing in his free time. Following graduation, Wesley plans to pursue further theological studies, with emphases upon ecumenism and Christian formation.

Seed of Abraham or Child of God?

Elizabeth Van Bebber is a senior Theatre Arts and Biblical Studies double major with a Classics minor. She has a passion for Biblical languages, theology, and hermeneutics. In addition, she has worked extensively in the Theatre Arts program at Gordon, serving as the sound designer for shows such as Blood and Gifts, Silent Sky, and Antigone. She is currently working on a stage adaptation of the book of Daniel. She intends to pursue a Master’s degree and beyond, in order to teach and write further about the Bible.

Internet Slang: Corruption of the English Language?

Lauren Stochl is from North Attleboro, Massachusetts. She is a senior Music and Linguistics double-major with a minor in Speech Pathology and loves studying languages and how they evolve. After graduation, Lauren hopes to pursue a Masters in Speech-Language Pathology and one day use her love of music and singing in clinical practice.

A Crisis in Higher Education: Minority Professors in Demand

Shakyra Antoine is a sophomore pursuing a major in Political Science and minor in Sociology. Shakyra serves on the Princemere editorial team, a member of GCSA’s Student Life Committee, and a member of AfroHamwe. Upon graduation, Shakyra is hoping to either get her Masters in Public Policy or earn a J.D. so that she can work as a legal representative for non-profit organizations in the city.

Making the Intangible Incarnate: The Aesthetics of T.S. Eliot

Meredith Free is graduating from Gordon College in May 2020 with a degree in Art and the History of Ideas in Fine Arts. Working in various mediums, including watercolor, oil, and acrylic paint, graphite, and charcoal, as well as stone, wood, assemblage sculpture, and now words, Meredith explores themes of paradox, ambiguity, and incomprehensibility captured in human experience. Her work has been displayed in New York City, Washington D.C., Beverly MA, Columbus OH, and Orvieto Italy, and can be seen at