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The Art of Bringing Us Together

Sep 25, 2017 No Comments by

  In honor of the Blessing of the Myrtle Woldson Performing Arts Center, July 2017 People gather for commerce, for trade; they gather by rivers, And fertile fields, pathways to the past and to new places— Journeys over a mountain pass, across wide plains. People gather To worship, to celebrate, to mourn; they gather for […]

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Assignments with Impact

Apr 12, 2017 Comments Off on Assignments with Impact by

By Kourtney Schott (’18), Sidnee Grubb (’18) Reading The Life You Can Save by Peter Singer inspired Gonzaga English Senior Lecturer Ginger Grey to include more actionable elements of service learning in her classroom. She selected an organization seeking to create a competitive environment in classrooms to advocate for charities around the world, and along with Senior Lecturer Jessica Halliday, put […]

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Arts & Literature: Spring Compilation

Apr 12, 2017 Comments Off on Arts & Literature: Spring Compilation by

Reflections on Poetry By Tod Marshall, Washington State Poet Laureate and Gonzaga Professor of English I had the good fortune of teaching Sierra Golden (’09) in several courses at Gonzaga, and I knew immediately that she had talent – lots of it. Of course, talent is only a small part of the equation when it comes to success […]

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Coffee, Tea, and the World Travels of Jeff Koehler

Dec 05, 2016 Comments Off on Coffee, Tea, and the World Travels of Jeff Koehler by

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.

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Being Poetic: Tod Marshall, Dan Butterworth

Dec 05, 2016 Comments Off on Being Poetic: Tod Marshall, Dan Butterworth by

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 […]

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