A Watershed Moment in Ghana

The service of faith and promotion of justice can unfold in myriad ways By Eli Francovich Professor Jennifer Shepherd did not feel complete. Yes, she taught students who were hungry for knowledge. Led meaningful research, chaired Gonzaga’s department of Chemistry and biochemistry. Published papers, won grants, started a photography business, and competed in triathlons, even […]

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For the love of music

Nicole Lewis (’08) brought plenty of musical talent and training with her to Gonzaga. What she needed, and what Gonzaga provided, was a musical community that could expand her world.

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Depression: Ancient and Modern, Chemical and Theological

Every academic discipline sees a different presence in this age-old menace to mental health.

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Year of Travel

Hike the Pacific Trail. Buy a bike, fly to South America. Power your way up into the Andes. Then bike some more. California to Florida. Listen, ask, learn. A young alum discovers much about the world during a year of travel.

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Life in a village of broken promises

“I used to tell people that God can’t speak to me in whispers, he must speak to me in thunder,” said Sinead Voorhees (’07).

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Hopes for the Pope

In his first year as pontiff, Pope Francis has captured our hearts and restrung them into instruments of hope and inspiration.

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Cross a ballerina and an engineer

A different kind of honors thesis evolved out of Hannah Wentz’s (’14) love of dance. A thesis that, among other things, involved dancing in the river.

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It’s a bird, it’s a plane…

Quidditch is getting serious. One of the newest sports, it’s increasingly popular, around the world and at Gonzaga.

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