Your kids are alive! We have survived over 3 months on the other side of the planet almost entirely on our own. I know it is hard to believe, I hardly believe it myself. But I tell you what, to say we are alive is quite the understatement. And to say we are kids…

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DICE– Diversity, Inclusion, Community, & Equity We envision a community where human difference is affirmed and integrated into the intellectual, personal, and professional development of all students.   My name is Jaylun Hutchison and I am a sophomore studying political science and communication studies. Last month, I had the opportunity to present at the United

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Dr. Rebecca Bull-Shaefer Within Gonzaga’s core business curriculum, our Principles classes introduce students to basic functions within finance, operations, management, and marketing. This semester, our Principles of Marketing students are learning the basic processes of marketing by analyzing how strategic positioning occurs within the wine industry. Most of the business students come from California and

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  Coordinating Care Here, There, and Everywhere! As we approach the end of the year, we are hearing about the wonderful plans our Zags have for their summer break.  Some are staying in Spokane, many are headed home, and others are off to new adventures abroad.  One of the key components of these summer plans,

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                          By: Kyle Myers – Center for Cura Personalis, Case Manager Going home after the completion of a school year is typically something students are really excited about. This transition back home, though, can come with some unexpected bumps. A few days after

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  True to life in the Northwest, Spokane is absolutely wonderful to live in during the summertime (Queue Will Smith and DJ Jazzy Jeff’s “Summertime”).  The weather is warm, the skies are clear, and whether students feel like hitting the trails or enjoying what the city has to offer, there are things to do.  For

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By: Mari Metter             Our expectations can either make or break a situation once we actually experience it. Studying abroad can carry a lot of weight because it’s such a big decision that results in a lot of change. One of the points that the Gonzaga-in-Florence program continues to stress is the importance of budgeting-

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  Samantha Briggs, First Year Experience Programs   The office of First Year Experience Programs is dedicated to assisting new students with a successful transition into the Gonzaga University community. First Year Experience Programs develops and facilitates an exemplary program of New Student Orientation, as well as year-long transitional programs. Gonzaga University’s New Student Orientation

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                          From one chapter to the next; end of year gratitudes and goodbyes. As this academic year comes to a close, campus is brimming with emotions; stress, joy, excitement, and some relief. Tomorrow is the last day of the Spring Semester. Tomorrow is

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As the semester draws to a close, we are getting ready for all kinds of transitions. Students are graduating and moving on to their next steps in life, and we are helping to prepare students to go abroad in the summer and fall. At the same time, we are also getting ready to welcome new

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