Sunday, May 22, 2011

Council of Undergraduate Student Presidents

The Boston Council of Undergraduate Student Presidents was cofounded by Gordon business graduate Jesse Adams ’11. Gordon College, BU, Berklee, Brandeis, Emerson, Endicott, Harvard, Tufts, and Wellesley each have representatives on the council. Today, The Boston Globe featured a story on the new group and the difference they’re making in our nation’s flagship academic city. The story was part of several graduation stories reported and written by Fellows from the Gordon College News Service.

The Boston Globe—“While attending fifth grade in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, Jesse Adams and Arthur Emma were called to the principal’s office for selling fireworks in the school cafeteria. Years later when they left home to attend college in the Boston area, Adams at Gordon College and Emma at Boston University, the two decided to invest in something with a bigger bang: leadership.”

Read this full article in today’s Boston Globe, Sunday, May 22, 2011, here.
Photo: Jesse Adams ’11 at Commencement yesterday, just after receiving his diploma from President Carlberg. Photo by David Brooks ’11.

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