Archive for Fall 2013

A Note from Pres. McCulloh

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As I reflect on the year to come, I find us well-possessed of these elements: an excellent understanding of Gonzaga’s strengths in academic excellence, community and service learning; a driving desire to elevate those strengths; and the generosity and respect of our community, which are so emblematic of Gonzaga’s good fortune.

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New administrators share stories from the heart

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Gonzaga’s newest administrators have big ambitions, and even bigger hearts. Here are four stories of dedication, passion and service, with an academic twist.

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Art, love, forgiveness: A talk by Shann Ray Ferch

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Learning to love and forgive isn’t easy. Author and Professor Shann Ray Ferch shares his thoughts and experiences with these important emotions.

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Pitch perfect: Backyard to big yard

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Baseball star Marco Gonzales has had his eyes on the majors for a long time. With that dream looming on his horizon, he talks about where it all started – his backyard.

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Leveling the tech field: One student at a time

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As information technology becomes increasingly vital, the haves and have-nots are more apparent. Librarian Adrian Pauw is trying to close the gap.

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Venture Capitalists? No. Nerf Guns? Yes.

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An alum couple shares what they did and didn’t do when they started their company, GreenCupboards. Spoiler alert: It’s not all about venture capitalism.

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To be continued: Jesuits, Teachers and the Children of Zambia

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Lewis Chulu grew up on the outskirts of Chipata, Zambia, a place where elephants, lions, hippos, antelope, leopards and hyenas share the land. Farming and tourism reign as area industries, but Lewis decided to teach. He moved to Lusaka to attend the University of Zambia and taught for a decade in secondary schools.

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