For eight short days after commencement, members of Big Bing Theory, Gonzaga’s a cappella group toured the west. Three cars caravanned to the members’ hometowns and nearby cities in Washington, Oregon, California and Nevada.
Archive for Fall 2010
He never forgot the question: “Lorenzo, we would like for you to think about becoming a Jesuit. What do you think about that?” But for Lorenzo Herman, the decision didn’t come overnight. At the time, he answered with a simple, “How is it possible for a non-Catholic to become a Jesuit?”
Returning to Africa, I was reminded what a treasure it is to be a part of a society where community is at the heart of life. Let me share with you some thoughts on what Africa can teach us and why Gonzaga students should consider traveling to Africa.
Just having read the blog from the students and faculty who spent a few weeks in Zambia, I was so very impressed with their fascination for the country and their love of the people they met. Everyone mentioned how this trip to Zambia has changed their lives. Why go to Africa?
Watch a video about the people who captured the heart of Ryan Bart, a Gonzaga pre-med student, last spring while he studied in El Salvador through the La Casa Solidaridad program.
Welcome to the first edition of the new Gonzaga Magazine. The story of Gonzaga – its past, present and future – are the stories of its alumni, students, faculty and friends.
The late stage of undergraduate scientific teaching is where students become intimate with the trials and tribulations of working science. And in 2010, that requires more than test tubes and Bunsen burners.
Meet Lamont Miles, electrical engineer. He teaches one course at Gonzaga nearly every semester, works at Avista Utilities and catches most home basketball games. Nothing unusual so far? Mind-bending as it may sound, Miles is a member of GU’s Class of 2003.