Archive for Spring 2015

Lessons from Literature

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English professor Jessica Maucione writes about the transformative power of literature – even in 101 courses.

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The Practice of Accompaniment

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The only true way to make an impact, writes Josh Armstrong, is to roll up your sleeves and serve alongside your fellow human beings.

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Paying it Forward

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“Helping people is what I value most,” says Act Six Scholar Francis Chau (’15). Read about the support she’s received, and how she plans to pay it forward.

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How Sweet It Is

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Women’s Basketball revisits the Sweet Sixteen; Men’s Basketball returns to the Elite Eight for the second time in 17 straights trips to the Big Dance By Dale Goodwin When you look back on the seasons just passed, you can’t help marvel at this family of young men and women who stave off doubters, overcome unbelievable odds […]

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The Success of the 2015 Season 

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 Zag Men’s Basketball Record 35-3 (GU record for wins) West Coast Conference regular-season champions (14th title in last 15 years) WCC tournament champions (14th tourney title) 17th straight NCAA Tournament appearance, 18th overall; No. 2 seed Second trip to the Elite Eight, sixth trip to the Sweet 16 Senior Kevin Pangos named AP third-team All-American was […]

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Finding Brandi

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For CCASL’s 20th anniversary, we take a look at one student’s long-term and long-distance relationship with a girl she mentored during and after her Gonzaga years.

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Success on Two Courts

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Keani Albanez excelled on the basketball court, but always struggled in school. Well, that’s all water under the bridge. The senior led her team to a spot in the Sweet 16 and is graduating with a 3.0+ GPA.

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Mother Knows Best

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Basketball seniors Kevin Pangos and Gary Bell Jr. share the impact their mothers have on them.

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