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Innovation & Intellect: Elizabeth Goldstein, Religious Studies

Aug 30, 2011 Comments Off on Innovation & Intellect: Elizabeth Goldstein, Religious Studies by

Elizabeth Goldstein may need an extra dose of caffeine before she teaches her first class of the day. Perfectly understandable – given that she and her partner are raising not one but two sets of twins, 5 and 2 years old.

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Innovation & Intellect: Logan Axon, Mathematics

Aug 30, 2011 Comments Off on Innovation & Intellect: Logan Axon, Mathematics by

Chances are good – from a probability perspective, of course – that mathematics professor Logan Axon will encounter a great deal of success in his teaching efforts here at Gonzaga University. Axon completed his first year of teaching last May.

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The Memories They Carry

May 26, 2011 1 Comment by

A group of Gonzaga professors has embarked on an oral-history initiative called the Veterans Homecoming Project, giving voice to veterans from Iraq, Afghanistan and other wars.

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DeSmet Hall of Brotherhood

May 26, 2011 Comments Off on DeSmet Hall of Brotherhood by

Life Lessons From Their DeSmet Years Illustrations by Tom Quinn (’82) Celebrating Fr. Waters On Aug. 14, Father Kevin Waters, S.J., will celebrate 60 years as a Jesuit on campus at Seattle University with a Mass at 1 P.M. in St. Ignatius Chapel followed by a reception. DeSmet Hall carries the name of Father Peter […]

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Guiding the citizen journalists

May 26, 2011 1 Comment by

Whether she’s advising the New York Times, ESPN or the new generation of citizen journalists, alumna Kelly McBride applies her background in ethics to the future of journalism.

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Big times in the minor league

May 25, 2011 Comments Off on Big times in the minor league by

Monty Hoppel (’84) of the Midland Rockhounds has built a mighty fine life around the game of baseball.

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The Other Games We Play

Feb 28, 2011 1 Comment by

Learn more about the ‘Other Games We Play’ at Gonzaga straight from the coaches.

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Fandemonium

Feb 28, 2011 Comments Off on Fandemonium by

The phenomenon of Gonzaga’s fans: manly tears of joy, victory laps and the unspoken role of the Kennel Club Sometimes a single moment can define a fan’s relationship with his team. “In 1999, when Casey Calvary tipped it in, in the Sweet 16 against Florida, I just sat there and cried for five minutes,” said […]

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