Innovation & Intellect: Keya Mitra, English

The sensory impact is what shocked Keya Mitra the most. Crowded streets, packed roadways, a cacophony of noise. Her experience in India was both exhausting and exhilarating. But for Mitra, India’s culture and vivacity is a writer’s dream.

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Innovation & Intellect: Elizabeth Goldstein, Religious Studies

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

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 skinny on Gonzaga’s new coaching staff

These professionals relish the chance to develop GU’s athlete scholars. They see not just a new job, but great experiences ahead.

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New Sky for Courtney

In her last days on campus, Courtney Vandersloot talks about the challenges she faces moving to her new team, the Chicago Sky.

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Succeeding at the Great Job Search

For the best job-hunting tips, turn to those who know the topic well – recent Gonzaga graduates now employed in Chicago, New York and other metropolitan areas.

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Mystery Zag: Memories of Marilyn Stanton

Marilyn Stanton left a lasting impression on students who describe her as “one of the most brilliant teachers and minds on the planet at that time” and much more.

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One Generation Removed

In one Spokane family, a veteran’s tale has grown into everyman’s story.

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