Archive for Fall 2014

Reflecting on Opus Journeys

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Students, faculty and staff traveled the world to learn about the Opus Prize finalists – and they brought home the true prizes: greater knowledge, understanding and compassion.

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What would you do with $1 million?

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Gonzaga hosts the $1 million Opus Prize award ceremony in October, honoring a faith-based humanitarian entrepreneur.

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Father Coughlin, Forty Years

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The core of Father Coughlin’s ministry? He finds joy in befriending others.

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Our Daughters & Sons

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Michael Gurian (’80) shares wisdom on raising girls and boys in today’s complex world.

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Living in the now, not the “now-now” or “just-now”

Aug 26, 2014 Comments Off on Living in the now, not the “now-now” or “just-now” by

If you study abroad at Stellenbosch University’s Learning, Sustainability & Community Engagement Program, be prepared to experience the magical variations of now.

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Why Do Marmots Live in Town?

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Biology students and their professor research the urban habits of Spokane’s yellow-bellied marmots.

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Mariah and Her Typewriter

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Give a student a manuel typewriter. Add the gift of extra time. And see what happens.

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A Note from Pres. McCulloh

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The process of helping students understand what God wants for them demands that they wrestle with real life issues – complex, timeless and profound. This is how Gonzaga students discern who they are to become.

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