"Typical” winter weather requires extraordinary effort by many on campus to continue the work of the College.
Recent events in Cleveland, Ferguson and New York City, and the unfolding national conversations that they provoked, deserve attention here in Gambier.
When undergraduate education is put under the microscope, few areas generate as much scrutiny (and at times controversy) as athletics.
Our embrace of academic freedom as a principle means that we must reject bullying and intimidation that squelch debate and dissent and inhibit learning.
Study after study demonstrates that not only is college not a “ludicrous waste of money,” but that an education in the liberal arts and sciences is excellent preparation for success in a range of careers.