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John Horsman, the distance professor

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Professor John Horsman lives in British Columbia and teaches fulltime in Gonzaga’s graduate level Organizational Leadership program. He loves the program, his students, and the art and practice of building a virtual learning community.

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Going Eye to Eye with ADHD, Dyslexia & More

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These GU students and middle schoolers see the world through a common lens: All of them cope with learning disabilities. The college students pass on their insights and confidence through an organization called Eye to Eye.

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It’s Like Clockwork Except When it’s Not

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With 2.3 seconds on the clock, everyone in McCarthey Athletic Center is focused on the basketball. Everyone except the Bulldog Band’s student director.

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GU-in-Turkey: Citizens Of a Complex World

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Last summer Gonzaga piloted an unusual study abroad program in Turkey. Seventeen students left Spokane as Americans and returned as young citizens of a complex world.

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Sociologist at Work

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Stephanie Noren (’09) works with trash, recycling, people and their behavior. The conclusions she draws prompt new answers to old questions.

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A Long View of the Society of Jesus

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With 18 years in Rome, Father Frank Case gained a close-up look at the ebb and flow of Jesuits around the world.

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Team Myanmar: Zags On a Year of Discovery

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How do five Zags land halfway around the world, all teaching in the same school? Most of the answer involves one GU family: the Hertzes.

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Love, Grief and Giving

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Sophomore Maria Chavez would not be studying at Gonzaga today without the help of Pat and Carol West. Through the Wests, Chavez not only receives essential scholarship help, she found a new set of grandparents.

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