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Lasting Impact of a Midnight Speech

Dec 05, 2016 Comments Off on Lasting Impact of a Midnight Speech by

By Tom Kertscher Inspired by one of the youngest presidents in American history, new college graduates poured into the Peace Corps after the international service initiative was announced on one of the nation’s largest campuses in 1961. In the years since John F. Kennedy issued his challenge to students, in something of an impromptu, post-midnight speech at the University of Michigan, the response has been […]

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11 Stories from the Office of Joe Albert

Dec 05, 2016 Comments Off on 11 Stories from the Office of Joe Albert by

On occasion, Gonzaga Magazine likes to take a peek inside the office of a faculty member and see what stories emerge. Here, we show the work-home of Joe Albert, professor, School of Professional Studies. Dr. Albert is co-founder of the Comprehensive Leadership Program and, addition to teaching, provides training and consulting services to organizations. He describes his […]

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Arts & Lit: The Next Train Home

Aug 10, 2016 Comments Off on Arts & Lit: The Next Train Home by

Rajah Bose reviews Railtown Almanac, a collection of stories by students, alums and faculty of local universities; plus, Washington’s Poet Laureate, Tod Marshall, selects a poem for print.

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Not Foolin’ Around

Aug 09, 2016 Comments Off on Not Foolin’ Around by

Women’s Tennis shows its grit … and humor … in the 2015-16 season.

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Faculty Focus: Charlie Pepiton

Aug 08, 2016 Comments Off on Faculty Focus: Charlie Pepiton by

From education and leadership to cancer cures and a film festival in Cannes, France, our faculty’s work extends far beyond campus.

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Back in the Day: Cataldo Hall

Aug 08, 2016 Comments Off on Back in the Day: Cataldo Hall by

Cataldo Hall holds many stories. Here are just a few.

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The Dancing River

May 08, 2016 Comments Off on The Dancing River by

How does a student combine her loves of dance, biology and education into one dazzling and informative lesson about the Spokane River? Watch a short video to see how Miranda Heckman (’16) puts it all together for local elementary students.

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Survey Says

Apr 10, 2016 Comments Off on Survey Says by

Tell us what you like about your Gonzaga Magazine and how it could improve! Complete this short online survey and you will be entered to win one of three prize packages from the Zag Shop.

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