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A Man With a Jolt

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Matt Teske (’03) placed an order for a Tesla Model 3 electric car, delivery expected in 12-18 months. But what he’d really like to be driving is a Chevrolet Jolt, an electric car he envisioned based on current technology.

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Faculty Focus: Charlie Pepiton

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From education and leadership to cancer cures and a film festival in Cannes, France, our faculty’s work extends far beyond campus.

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Legos® & Language

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Starting a new life in the U.S. is tough for any immigrant, but even more so for those who don’t speak English. The Summer Language Program helps refugee children feel at home.

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One Long Prayer

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The theater has long been hailed as a place for exploration and introspection. Gonzaga’s productions on topics of faith and spirituality have students digging deep.

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Surprises from Miss Woldson

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When Miss Myrtle Woldson died at age 104, she left her estate to Gonzaga. Gonzaga Magazine learns more about this remarkable woman and the things she loved.

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Subconscious Shelf

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Ryan Labar received the first-place grant ($35,000) from the Virginia A. Groot Foundation’s 2015 awards. The foundation specifically supports artists who have exceptional talent in sculpture.

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7 days in the desert

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Last May, Kyle McCoy (’01) embarked on one hot journey, a march with a mission. Over seven days, he walked 155 miles across the Gobi Desert in Western China, a trek that has earned inclusion into Time Magazine’s Top 10 Endurance Competitions.

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The 1999 breakthrough team – where are they now?

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This was the team that put Gonzaga basketball – and, some would argue, Gonzaga University – on the national map. Beginning in ’99, GU has made 17 straight trips to the NCAA tournament. Only Kansas, Duke and Michigan State have longer streaks.

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