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GU Behavioralist Bodamer Directs Important Chimpanzee Research in Zambia
By Peter Tormey
The study of a mother chimpanzee tending to her dead infant by Gonzaga University psychology Professor Mark Bodamer and colleagues sheds new light on the mother-infant bond and the potential for chimpanzees to learn about death. Some assert the video-supported research depicts humans’ closest genetic relatives mourning, but the researchers say more evidence is needed to make that claim.
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Gonzaga MBA Students from Egypt Marvel at Successful, Nonviolent Revolution
Educator, Humanitarian & Author Greg Mortenson to Speak at Gonzaga March 28
U.S. Supreme Court Clerk Suter to Deliver Law School's Luvera Lecture March 14
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'I Shall Not Hate' Author Dr. Abuelaish Headlines International Conference on Hate Studies April 6-9
Gonzaga U. Ranks No. 3 Nationwide for Alumni Peace Corps Service
School of Business Offers New Hybrid-Model MBA in Healthcare Management
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Now through March 12
Chagall, Kollwitz, Miro, and Picasso in Jundt

February 18, 7:00 P.M.
Cultural Awareness Night: 'Malcolm X'

February 24-26
Compleat Works of William Shakespeare (abridged)

February 25, 7:00 P.M.
'It Takes a Nation of Millions' Lecture

February 25, 9:00 A.M.
Black History 101 Mobile
Museum Necessary! Exhibit

February 25-27
Freshman Retreat #5

February 28, 7:30 P.M.
Symphony Orchestra Concert Features Awadagin Pratt

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World's Expo in Spokane, 1974 Looking Back to See Forward to Gonzaga's 125th Anniversary in 2011-12:

Looking forward to Gonzaga University's quasquicentennial celebration (125th anniversary) in 2012, @Gonzaga continues its monthly series counting back to its founding year, 1887. This series began in September when we looked back six years to the 2004-05 academic year, and each month looks back another six years. In this issue, we travel back in time to view highlights of the 1974-75 academic year.

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