Archive for Spring 2012

To be continued…

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A cornerstone of Ignatian Spirituality is the idea of finding God in all things. Since God is present in all things, however, it is not so much a matter of searching for God as of seeing and recognizing God.

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Living Gonzaga’s Mission in Biology

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Gonzaga’s Biology program draws highly capable students who thirst for a stellar learning environment. What makes for such an environment?

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It’s all about quality

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Back when Jim Brooke (’97) was in fourth grade, he broke down bulk packs of candy and sold them as individual units on the playground – until the principal shut him down, that is.

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Hogan grad follows her bliss

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After graduation, Nora Totonchy Sheils (’02) moved back in with her parents in Portland and started what has become an award-winning wedding planning business, Bridal Bliss. For seed money, Sheils used her cash award from the original Hogan Business Plan Competition, which she won in her senior year.

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Young Minds Bloom

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Young Minds Bloom… into educated citizens of the world, when professors produce a nourishing academic and existential soil in which students may best grow.

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Young Minds Bloom: A Cloistered Space

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Professor Dan Bradley encourages us to break away from the Internet and the world of books, and to make time for reflection.

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Young Minds Bloom: Teaching with my mouth shut

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Professor Jane Rinehart has found that sometimes the best learning comes when she gives students the chance to find answers for themselves.

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Young Minds Bloom: Self-revelation

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Professor Blaine Garvin’s teaching career – 30-plus years – has been built upon three corner stones, including the “ghostly coach” behind his left shoulder.

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