Archive for Winter 2014

American Culture: The Good, the Bad and the Smelly

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If you’re from Iceland, Spokane winters aren’t so tough. And if you’re from Ecuador? Or Libya? International students share their perceptions of America.

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Finding God among Millions in Rio de Janeiro

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Students, faculty, staff and alums travel to Brazil to celebrate World Youth Day 2013. On Copacabana Beach, they discover love, kindness and community.

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Mystery Zag

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This beloved professor – a one-time Jesuit – served Gonzaga for 37 years. In his earliest years, he announced men’s basketball games. He taught briefly in Florence and kept the University running smoothly as an administrator.

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Alum Profile: Justin Burnett

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A GU graduate took his engineering talents to Antarctica – and helped discover sub-glacial life.

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It Takes a (Beninese) Village

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Benin lacks many of the “necessities” first world countries have. Yet, senior Nick Pangares said Beninese society looks out for their own, in a way Americans can only hope to emulate.

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When the Fed came to Spokane

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No one expected the chairman of the Federal Reserve to visit Spokane but he did.

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