Archive for Spring 2014

Engineering & Mission

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Engineering Dean Steve Silliman’s freshman seminar class combines the technical and the altruistic.

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All the World on a Ceiling

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The Church of St. Ignatius of Loyola in Rome reflects globalism from the earliest years of the Society of Jesus.

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Teaching of tribes

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Leading Gonzaga’s new Native American Studies program is a tribal scholar whose life bears the influence of sovereignty, treaties and allies.

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Alum Profile: Fire Chief of the Year

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Fire Chief Randy Mirowski (’11 M.O.L), a lifelong leader and educator, unites thought, word and deed.

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Mystery Zag: Bud Hazel

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Former students remember the beloved Dr. Bud Hazel, whose teaching built upon the power of kindness and encouragement.

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To be continued…Friends

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Thomas Kraus, 24, was born and raised in Colorado Springs, Colo. He is a first lieutenant in the Army. In 2013 he won the Fort Bliss Soldier Volunteer of the Year Award.

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Depression: An issue for most U.S. college campuses

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Thirty percent of college students nationwide in 2011 reported feeling “so depressed that it was difficult to function,” researchers have found.

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