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.
Archive for Spring 2012
Gonzaga’s Biology program draws highly capable students who thirst for a stellar learning environment. What makes for such an environment?
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.
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.
Young Minds Bloom… into educated citizens of the world, when professors produce a nourishing academic and existential soil in which students may best grow.
Professor Dan Bradley encourages us to break away from the Internet and the world of books, and to make time for reflection.
Professor Jane Rinehart has found that sometimes the best learning comes when she gives students the chance to find answers for themselves.
Professor Blaine Garvin’s teaching career – 30-plus years – has been built upon three corner stones, including the “ghostly coach” behind his left shoulder.