By: Brahiam Villanueva and Debbie Jean Brown   I first heard of Lavender Celebration as a senior, less than two months before I would be receiving my diploma in a blue and white robe. I have to say that the visibility of the LGBTQ+ community on campus was lacking for much of my time

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                    Michael Larson Sociology Class of 2021 Everett, Washington   First-Year Student Reflection   I remember the moment vividly when my mom and older brother waved to me saying goodbye walking down the hall on the second floor of Coughlin Hall during Orientation Weekend. I was

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By: Katie Nollenberger Gonzaga is known for its established, rigorous, and intensive programs and the English Language Center at GU is no different. Established 40 years ago, the ELC has had more than 8,500 students from over 70 different countries come to study English. The program offers five different levels of academic English that span

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By: Seth Fast               Last month I was blessed, along with many other Zags, to visit the magnificent city of Budapest as part of the Travel Learning Program here at Gonzaga in Florence. From February 15-18th we walked around the city and experienced the culture, history, and feel of the capital city of Hungary.

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April 20, Burke & Farrow on the Me Too Movement Over 300 students received complimentary tickets to the upcoming Presidential Speaker Series event, featuring New York social justice activist Tarana Burke, originator of the “Me Too” movement, and journalist Ronan Farrow, who helped break the story exposing multiple accusations of assault and harassment by Hollywood

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  Gonzaga Give and Go is a collaboration between Housing and Residence Life and the Office of Sustainability. Throughout the years, during move out, staff has noticed large amounts of usable items being thrown away or many items getting left behind in rooms by residents to be thrown away by someone else. Formally named ZAGiving,

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  For most people, the word “research” conjures an image of a biology or chemistry lab—but research isn’t restricted to the natural sciences.   The skills an undergraduate can develop while conducting research are many: writing proficiency, critical thinking, quantitative analysis, the ability to better comprehend scholarly publications, collaboration skills, co-authorship of published papers, conference

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  “Students and parents please be cautious this time of year as US Bank is still seeing people fall victim to fraud and scams. Be wary of phone calls claiming to be the IRS and asking for money. Refer to the March Parent and Family newsletter for more information or visit https://www.usa.gov/common-scams-frauds. As always, don’t hesitate

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Jessica Maucione, PhD Gonzaga University English Department A Gonzaga in Florence Alum Returns…as a Professor!   A ¼ Italian-American growing up in a mill-town in the Inland Northwest, I convinced myself that any dissatisfaction I felt or troubles I faced were largely to blame on my being cut off from the land and culture of

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