Robert Gilmore, 75, the Kreielsheimer professor of art, celebrated his 42nd year of teaching at Gonzaga with a one-man show last fall at the Jundt Art Museum, “Lost Horizons: The Paintings of Robert Gilmore.”
Archive for Spring 2011
Princess Beads and ORCS. Power suits and cross examinations. The world of mock trial is a fascinating hybrid of the legal and the dramatic.
ManTalk, an award-winning program at Gonzaga, fosters discussion among freshman and sophomore men about masculinity, male stereotypes and issues such as men and friendship, men and religion, men and relationships, and much more.
‘Unmet need’ is the phrase, Fallon Baraga is the real thing Last summer, Fallon Baraga took a practice Graduate Record Examination. It was her first attempt at the GRE and, no, she didn’t ace it. But that she took it at all as a rising sophomore, illustrates her determination to anchor her life as a […]
Marty Martinez (’97) never saw it coming. When Martinez, a third grade teacher in Gresham, Ore., walked into the auditorium of Hogan Cedars Elementary for an impromptu assembly, he figured the school was receiving an award from the state for their annual test scores.
The woman holding the test tube was one of the first female students to enroll at Gonzaga and later became a distinguished professor and Spokane City Council member. In her early years at Gonzaga, this mystery Zag was a piano teacher before she moved on to her main profession. She continued her passion for music […]
Jesus Must Have Been Hungry: Exploring Faith and Rome By Autumn Jones (’10) International flights are a wonder to the senses. You’re too cold, the baby is crying, the conversations swirl in a swarm of languages. On a recent flight from Rome, I sat with a group of pilgrims, Philippine by heritage, but living in […]