Archive for Winter 2015

So, You Fall in Love With Medieval Literature. Then What?

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Medieval literature isn’t just for history buffs. It informs contemporary politics and economics, argues U.S. Naval Academy assistant professor, Jill Fitzgerald.

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Honors Program

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Freshman honors student Christian Astran shares the impact scholarships have on his collegiate experience.

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To Restore a Stream

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Senior civil engineering students got their feet wet analyzing local stream data. Collected under the tutelage of national stream expert Sue Niezgoda, findings will inform future stream restoration.

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A Note from President McCulloh

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Winter Perspectives from President Thayne M. McCulloh, D.Phil.

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Athletic Grace: Living Large

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Being tall only gets you so far on the basketball court. Long hours, specialized training and focus are indispensible.

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Through Sister Tesa’s Lens

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Opus Prize winner Sister Tesa finds the humanity in addicts, murderers and thieves, who are mothers too.

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Building Community

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Nine alums share what drives them to build businesses, create art and nurture community in Spokane.

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Building Community: Celeste Shaw

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Even in Their Pajamas

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