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What would you do with $1 million?

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Gonzaga hosts the $1 million Opus Prize award ceremony in October, honoring a faith-based humanitarian entrepreneur.

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Father Coughlin, Forty Years

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The core of Father Coughlin’s ministry? He finds joy in befriending others.

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Our Daughters & Sons

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Michael Gurian (’80) shares wisdom on raising girls and boys in today’s complex world.

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Depression: Ancient and Modern, Chemical and Theological

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Every academic discipline sees a different presence in this age-old menace to mental health.

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Year of Travel

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Hike the Pacific Trail. Buy a bike, fly to South America. Power your way up into the Andes. Then bike some more. California to Florida. Listen, ask, learn. A young alum discovers much about the world during a year of travel.

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Life in a village of broken promises

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“I used to tell people that God can’t speak to me in whispers, he must speak to me in thunder,” said Sinead Voorhees (’07).

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Hopes for the Pope

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In his first year as pontiff, Pope Francis has captured our hearts and restrung them into instruments of hope and inspiration.

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Depression: An issue for most U.S. college campuses

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Thirty percent of college students nationwide in 2011 reported feeling “so depressed that it was difficult to function,” researchers have found.

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