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Where Arts and Academics Intersect

Sep 25, 2017 No Comments by

Words by Megan Carroll (’18) Photos by Zack Berlat (’11) Many of Gonzaga’s Class of 2017 art majors and minors say their ardor for art began as soon as they could put pencil or paintbrush to paper. Through inspiration from their muses – a parent, public television artist Bob Ross or St. Aloysius Catholic Church’s stained glass windows – 11 student artists produced […]

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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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Waiting for Godot: Tragicomedy goes green

Sep 25, 2017 No Comments by

THEATRE SCHEDULE 2017-18 OCTOBER 6-8 Constellations by Nick Payne NOVEMBER 2-4 Tick, Tick, Boom! by Jonathan Larson February 2018 Soldier Project by Kathleen Jeffs and Charles Pepiton March 2018 The Hamlet Machine by Heiner Muller See the full Theater and Dance schedule here Words by Megan Carroll (’18) Samuel Beckett’s iconic tragicomedy “Waiting for Godot” has acted […]

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Road Trip with Sherman (Alexie)

Sep 25, 2017 No Comments by

Words by Rajah Bose Sherman Alexie was the keynote speaker for the 2017 undergraduate commencement ceremony and recipient of an honorary Doctor of Letters degree from Gonzaga. It was his first official visit since he began writing poems here in 1985. I had been bereaving Alexie’s canceled book tour a few days after I’d picked up a copy of his […]

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Abstract Topophilia: Ben Joyce (’01)

Sep 25, 2017 No Comments by

  Acclaimed artist Ben Joyce (’01) reflects on the impact of place and perspective upon his artwork. He garnered inspiration for his distinctive “Abstract Topophilia” at Gonzaga’s campus in Florence, Italy.

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Unleashing the Treasures of Technology

Sep 24, 2017 No Comments by

Digital Humanities is a new approach to exploring histories and archives, bringing to life stories we otherwise might miss. By Sidnee Grubb (’18) Illustrations by Dave Cutler How does technology increase knowledge and scholarship in the humanities? A Digital Humanities Program, like the one created in 2016 by Gonzaga’s College of Arts and Sciences, is one great example. […]

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Table Talk

Apr 14, 2017 Comments Off on Table Talk by

Our lives are impacted every day by food — what we put on our plates, whom we share meals with, the reality of hunger around us. The magazine staff has put together a delectable feast of food for thought. It’ll have you hungry for more.

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Seconds, Please!

Apr 14, 2017 Comments Off on Seconds, Please! by

The food issue left us hungering for so much more than could fit in the pages of a magazine.  Here are our “web extras”.  Think of it as free dessert! Owning It Our Covergirl’s Journey with Diabetes Read Story → Bulldog Brewmasters and Winemakers Read Story → God in the Kitchen Read Story → Good Eats Read […]

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