By: Taylor Woods I began this journey with a packed suitcase and a full heart, leaving the States with little knowledge as to what was in store for me in the four months that would follow. In the short six weeks we have been here, GIF has already allowed me to open my mind and

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  By: Ashley Beausoleil, Senior Majoring in Biology and Minoring in Spanish   After finally settling in my freshman year, I realized I had spent much of my time figuring out my classes, clubs, and exploring all of the social opportunities on campus. I had been living in a new city for over a month,

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  Bulldog Bucks Are a Great Holiday Gift Idea It’s the time of year when we begin thinking about the holidays and so do those around us. When asked by family or friends what they can do for your student, consider suggesting Bulldog Bucks. Your student will appreciate the gift when returning to campus. Bulldog

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  Season of Light in The Hemmingson Center   We celebrate various traditions throughout this Season of Light in the Hemmingson Center, and tip off our Advent Season with the traditional lighting of the Gonzaga Christmas Tree. The Season of Light is a Gonzaga tradition, celebrating all that’s good in our communities and recognizing the

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  By: U.S. Bank   The holiday season brings an increase in fraud and scams. Here are a few of the common scams on campus: Overpayment Scam: The “buyer” sends the seller a legitimate looking check, usually drawn on a well-known bank, for an amount higher than the agreed upon price. They concoct an explanation for

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  Diversity, Inclusion, Community, & Equity (DICE) is an area within Gonzaga University’s Division of Student Development that includes the Unity Multicultural Education Center (UMEC) and the Lincoln LGBTQ+ Resource Center. Whereas DICE is relatively new, both Centers have existed on campus for many years. Joan Iva Fawcett, Assistant Dean for DICE, serves as a

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  By: Student Employment   Many students work on campus in the early morning or later into the evening, meaning they may be walking from campus to their residence halls or cars when it is dusk or dark outside. With daylight saving time taking effect on Sunday, November 4, those working after hours, or when

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  By: Student Financial Services   As midterms come to an end and the holidays are in sight, what better time to connect with your student to complete the 2018-2019 FAFSA! Your student may be headed home for the Thanksgiving holiday; this is a perfect time to sit down together to complete this important step

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