BOISE As former Baseball Coach Steve Hertz has always quipped, “Once a Zag, always a Zag.” This ideology has helped the Boise Chapter in its growth by continuing to expand its community reach, fit in numerous game watches for the dedicated hoop fans, and educate our local Zag base on how important it is to “give […]
Archive for Winter 2012
This Jesuit served Gonzaga for 43 years and held just about every position imaginable, including the title “unofficial dean of women.” When women began entering the University in the 1940s, female students felt they needed a ‘protector’ and elected this Jesuit for the role.
In September, there was a debate alumni reunion at Gonzaga. Nearly every story told by those of us from the Sister Conway era was about her. Gonzaga debaters recall Sister Conway with the same reverences as UCLA basketball players recall John Wooden.
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A reflection shared by President Thayne McCulloh in his role as director of the Jesuit work, at the Mass of the Holler Spirit offered by VP for Mission Fr. Frank Case, S.J., on Sept. 14, 2011.
Gonzaga’s annual New York Trek, held each September, allows finance students to explore career opportunities, network and display their professional “bona fides” to prospective employers. Richard Shinder, a partner at Perella Weinberg Partners, has participated in all five NY Treks.
On a moonless night, how do you decide which stars to count first? Likewise, so many Gonzaga alumni live out the Jesuit mission in remarkable ways. How to pick among them? Eventually, we simple chose one, then another and another.
“I wasn’t born a world traveler,” says the Idaho Falls native. “I never left the country until I was a junior at Gonzaga and spent that year as an exchange student in Chile.”