From grief to growth, from pain to prevention, Marny Lombard has become a champion for the prevention of suicide following her son’s death. What must colleges – and parents – know and do to help students cope when life gets rough?
Archive for Winter 2017
For 175 years, people of Native American tribes across the Northwest and the Jesuits of this region have enjoyed close kinship. Theirs is a friendship as deep and wide as the land they have shared for nearly two centuries.
The field of law is often defined by the Scales of Justice, which represent the balance between support and opposition. But for grads of the Law School, the focus today is on a different kind of equilibrium: work-life balance.
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I caught Jeff Koehler wandering through campus, strolling down the quad, snapping photos of the newness. “I used to live in the second floor there,” he said as he stole a frame of DeSmet Hall glowing in the afternoon sun.
Literature, spirituality and art are some of the topics that make London Gonzaga’s No. 2 study abroad option. Immersion into the Italian culture has been the heart of Gonzaga in Florence for 50 years, and options expand in countries all over the world.
“We played a lot of Pictionary, which was a great way to communicate with people who don’t speak English,” says Gonzaga-in-Florence alumnus Brian Muegge (’16). “And my classmate Nick Lacey (’16) was a big hit with the kids of our Italian host family. As a result of a childhood accident, he has only four toes on his left foot. That […]
Reflections on Poetry By Tod Marshall Washington state poet laureate and Gonzaga professor of English When a poem creates a little world in which you see and hear and, most importantly, feel, then you know you’re reading the work of a talented writer. Dan Butterworth’s poems evoke their own worlds, and “Again” is a fine […]