By Jill Yashinsky-Wortman and Bobby Van Cleve, Student Life Many students will have the opportunity to study abroad while at Gonzaga, an experience that is truly life changing.  Having the chance to study abroad will allow your student to experience another culture, discover more about themselves, and form relationships with people from around the world. 

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Spring Semester is underway and the Career Center/GAMP offices have some key career development events that are coming around the corner, which are open to students of all years and academic majors. Speed Mock Interviews: Gives students the practice of interviewing without the pressure of landing the “dream job”.  Students have the opportunity to interview

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by Chip Roe (Proud Parent ’2014) Hello again, well it’s February in the Inland NW and February is a time of year where the weather is still wintery but spring is on the way. For me February sometimes feels like the 1st day that your cold is better. Your still not feeling great but just

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FEBRUARY—Special Conditions So the FAFSA’s over, now what? I can almost hear the proverbial sigh of relief coming from the masses of parents who were able to complete their free application for federal student aid by the February 1st deadline. In the Financial Aid Office here at GU we answered hundreds of questions, attended several

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Heating Up The Academics Your student is probably tired of winter – we sure are.  As we wait for spring’s arrival, you might encourage your student to shake off the chill by heating up their academic efforts.  Try suggesting some of these ideas now, to help their academic life blossom this spring semester. Navigating Your

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By Matthew Kiernan, ‘11 As a senior, my career at Gonzaga has been filled with many amazing blessings and opportunities.  These include friendships, classes, retreats, sports, and many other surprises. I have spent time talking with several other friends about the crazy idea that soon we will be leaving our friendly confines and being challenged

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As we all know, a New Year’s Resolution is a commitment that an individual makes to one or more personal goals, projects, or the reforming of a habit.  One of the most popular goals is to improve health whether is be losing weight, getting fit or living a healthier lifestyle.  We, at Sodexo, are committed

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By Bobby VanCleve and Jill Yashinsky-Wortman, Student Life Spring Break is one of the most anticipated breaks of the school year.  To students, Spring Break represents the chance to escape the gloom of winter months and burdens of school work.  Many students choose to recharge at home while others travel to domestic and international locations

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By: Jill Royston, Program Coordinator, Student Wellness Resource Center Imagine your best night’s sleep – no interruptions, the perfect warmth, sweet dreams….and when was that? I think for me that was around age 5!  Sleep – we hear about it all the time, the health benefits, the reasons why we should strive for those 8

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