Category: 125th Anniversary

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Andrea Woods (’09) – Gonzaga University, We Are Zags

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After earning a double major with honors in English and Psychology from Gonzaga, Andrea joined the Jesuit Volunteer Corps in

Gonzaga University | Jesuit: Then and Now

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President McCulloh and Former President Bernard Coughlin discuss how the faith, intelligence and fortitude of the early Jesuits lives on

Weber Family of Zags

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Meet the Weber Family of Zags.

12.5 Lecture DePalma HAL

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"Open the Pod Bay Doors, HAL." Dr. Paul DePalma, Computer Science

Julie Beckstead, Ph.D. – Gonzaga University, We Are Zags

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Julie discovered a gold mine research opportunity that has benefited students at Gonzaga University. "When I first came to Gonzaga,

125th Mass of the Holy Spirit

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12.5 Lecture Shlossberg Folk Catholicism

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Globalization and the Practice of Folk Catholicism in Michoacán, Mexico Dr. Pavel Shlossberg, Communication & Leadership

Elaine Cullen (’72), M.B.A. (’92), Ph.D. (’04) – Gonzaga University, We Are Zags

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Elaine discovered her passion for the mining industry while an undergraduate student at Gonzaga. "I was working in the computer

President McCulloh addresses 43rd Annual Pilgrimage

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12.5 Lecture Booth Literacy Tutoring

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Saturday Literacy Tutoring Program Dr. Deborah Booth, Education

Brigadier General Joseph Caravalho, Jr. (’79) M.D. – Gonzaga University, We Are Zags

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Brigadier General Joseph Caravalho ('79) lives by the Command Philosophy: KNOW your job and the environment within which you are

125th and Centennial Anniversary Books

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Gonzaga University has created two keepsake anniversary books celebrating the people and programs that have brought Gonzaga national prominence. One

12.5 Lecture Oosterhuis Ancient History

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Rome and the USA: Why Ancient History Still Matters Dr. David Oosterhuis, Classical Civilizations

Ivone Guillen (’09) – Gonzaga University, We Are Zags

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Since graduating from Gonzaga in 2009, this young woman who was raised in Eastern Washington has already made an impact

A Short History of Gonzaga University School of Law

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25 years after the founding of Gonzaga University, the School of Law was founded and began classes.

12.5 Lecture Pomerleau Enlightenment

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The Valuable Legacy of the Enlightenment Dr. Wayne Pomerleau, Philosophy

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