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The Award Ceremony on October 16 will be the signature 2014 Opus event featuring the Opus Prize finalists and the announcement of the $1 million prize recipient. Help honor the finalists and celebrate the award winner...
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In 1972 Fr. Joe Maier, a Redemptorist priest born in Longview, Wash., co-founded the Human Development Foundation Mercy Centre in
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Gollapalli Israel works among the Dalit caste – the untouchables – in the slums of Chennai, India. While India technically
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Sr. Teresa “Tesa” Fitzgerald directs Hour Children, a nonprofit in Queens, New York, that serves incarcerated women and their children,
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It takes a lot of work to give away money. A Gonzaga student and staff member who accompanied the
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See how Gonzaga’s mission aligns with the ideals of the Opus Foundation and the humanitarian work they honor each year.
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During a Fulbright year in Bogotá, Colombia, Ryan Bart ('12) taught at-risk children the art of magic.
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Learn more about the Opus Foundation and Prize and how they honor unsung heroes who do humanitarian, faith-based work.
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Gonzaga University is committed to providing the best possible internship experiences for its students. It's an opportunity for them to apply all of the theories and research that they learn in the classroom in a prac...
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Executive Vice President Earl Martin discusses Gonzaga's The John. J Hemmingson University Center.
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Jack Chambers ('11) and Nick Roach ('12) have been traveling across the northwest on horseback all summer. Both Gonzaga graduates,
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SPOKANE, Wash. -- Elisabeth Mermann-Jozwiak, the Haas Professor of English and associate dean of the College of Liberal Arts at