The St. Aloysius Parish is celebrating its 100th anniversary in ways large and small, from a meticulous repainting of St. Al’s interior, to a time capsule containing a chocolate truffle among its treasures.
Archive for Winter 2012
A Q&A with Carson Bowlin (’11), young Zag on Wall Street, who is drinking from the firehose when it comes to learning about the finance industry.
The goal of this innovative course is to teach computational thinking to liberal arts students; it’s an example of Gonzaga’s ITEC program and part of a cutting-edge national movement.
Special education professor Randy Williams qualifies as a great Santa, due to his beard, his heart and many years of Yuletide experience.
The fall is filled with opportunities to offer thanks, and at Gonzaga, the latter months of the calendar year especially. We are thankful first and foremost for our students, both returning and new.
The Saint John’s Bible is the first hand-written, hand-illuminated Bible made in 500 years. Volume one, Pentateuch, of this inspired work of scripture is on display in the University Chapel.
The View from Hopkins House, by a proud Honors Program nerd, junior Lauren Campbell.
A new vice president for mission comes to Spokane by way of Seattle and Rome.