McGivern is the mystery Zag

Readers share their memories of the mystery Zag, Dean James McGivern of the School of Engineering.

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Preserving One of Seattle’s Wonders

The Daniels Recital Hall is a favorite success story. When Kevin Daniels (’79), Gonzaga Regent, came on the scene, the city of Seattle had issued a demolition permit for the then First United Methodist Church.

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Leading St. Andrew Nativity School

Loretta Wiltgen (’76) is president of Portland’s St. Andrew Nativity School – the only tuition-free Jesuit Catholic middle school in the Pacific Northwest.

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To Be Continued…

Named in honor of the late Father Tony Lehmann, S.J., alumni chaplain, this column presents commentary about the University and its mission.

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Art & Engineering

PACCAR serves as academic home for some of the most brilliant engineering and scientific minds to walk Gonzaga’s campus. So why clutter their busy minds with art?

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Presidential Transition

Trustees name as Gonzaga’s first lay president Dr. Thayne McCulloh, who exemplifies the University’s Jesuit mission.

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Class Portrait

The largest class in GU’s history – by a margin of more than 150 students – makes its presence felt in innumerable ways during the 2009-10 academic year.

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Divya’s Burn :: Beginning a nursing career in India’s slums

Kristen Junge Mulhern graduated from Gonzaga’s nursing program in December 2009. A month later, having passed her boards to become a registered nurse, she flew to India.

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