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Finding Common Grounds

Students are finding new, creative ways to get to know one another without the complications of dating. From having husband-wife combos speak candidly about their marriage, to having an author address “Sex and the Soul,” Gonzaga is supporting students’ desire for open conversation about healthy relationships.

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The Secret Life of Beans

Here’s a glimpse at the power of a first-year seminar, part of Gonzaga’s revised core curriculum.

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Know Thyself: English 101 Gets Personal

One freshman received a full-ride scholarship (including study abroad options) and another is developing a long-term relationship with a woman in nearby apartments for the elderly. These are results of Jeff Dodd’s creative approach to teaching freshman composition

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Rivers and Roads: The journey of becoming a filmmaker

Producer/director Bill Pohlad (’78) is proud of the success of major movies such as “Brokeback Mountain” and “Twelve Years a Slave.” Learn about his approach to taking on the complex story of Brian Wilson in “Love and Mercy.”

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The Dancing River

How does a student combine her loves of dance, biology and education into one dazzling and informative lesson about the Spokane River? Watch a short video to see how Miranda Heckman (’16) puts it all together for local elementary students.

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Trading Fatigues for Waders

By Kate Vanskike How does a combat veteran find his way in the world again? What does he wear in place of his fatigues when he needs to feel strong? For David Fineran (’03), healing from the effects of devastation in Iraq would come in the calm, cool waters of Oregon rivers, where he’d stand in waders, doing the gentle […]

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Behind the Scenes with Mike Herzog

By Dale Goodwin (’86) Mike Herzog first set foot on Gonzaga’s campus as a youngster in 1958. Boone Avenue divided the Administration Building from the neighborhood to the north. McGoldrick’s Lumber Company bordered campus to the south. When Herzog arrived as a freshman in 1962, he found most classes were taught by Jesuit priests, who occasionally had to stop classes to allow for the […]

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