Archive for Winter 2016

Legos® & Language

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Starting a new life in the U.S. is tough for any immigrant, but even more so for those who don’t speak English. The Summer Language Program helps refugee children feel at home.

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One Long Prayer

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The theater has long been hailed as a place for exploration and introspection. Gonzaga’s productions on topics of faith and spirituality have students digging deep.

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Surprises from Miss Woldson

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When Miss Myrtle Woldson died at age 104, she left her estate to Gonzaga. Gonzaga Magazine learns more about this remarkable woman and the things she loved.

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Fresh Paint for Fresh Soul

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A new partnership seeks to revitalize a sense of community in the East Central neighborhood. Ellen Picken, a local artist who orchestrated the painting of a mural there, says the colorful cinderblock wall represents the moment when strangers became friends. Watch the community-building in action.

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Zagapalooza Weekend Galleries

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 Did you miss Gonzaga’s second all-Zag, all-class reunion, Zagapalooza? Click here to see photo galleries from Zagapalooza weekend, and our Gonzaga Will Campaign Kickoff.

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What makes them tick? New professors share about themselves.

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What do these professors in English, Physics, Chemistry and Religious Studies have in common?

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Going My Way: The Crosby Collection

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Gonzaga holds the largest collection of Bing Crosby memorabilia. Here is just a sampling of items on display.

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Student Voices: Story of a Pinecone

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Becca Padilla (’16) collects pinecones. So it’s no surprise that they are often the objects of her art. But there’s more to the pinecone than what meets the eye.

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