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March 2012 - Gonzaga Online Newsletter
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Professor Jenny Nelson Made a Difference in S. Africa's Apartheid Era
Gonzaga University News Service
When Archbishop Desmond M. Tutu delivers the keynote address at Gonzaga University's Senior Commencement on May 13, his words will resonate especially with Gonzaga School of Education Professor Jenny Nelson, who experienced firsthand the policy of racial segregation known as apartheid that marginalized people of color in Tutu's native South Africa for nearly four decades.
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This Gonzaga Team Always Toots Its Horns - to Support the Bulldogs
For All His Basketball Success, Senior Robert Sacre Says Fun and Friends Matter Most
Options Abound to Increase Awareness and Learning through Study Abroad Experiences
Gonzaga Women Prepare for Third-Straight Sweet 16 Appearance, Battle Kentucky on Sunday
Bulldog Briefs for March
View a Sneak Peek of Gonzaga's Keepsake Anniversary Books
Gonzaga Giving News Blog:
ZagTag Winning the Brackets!
Photo Slideshow
Now through July 31
Contemporary Japanese Artists

March 26, 7 P.M.
Scholars Discuss 'What Can We Learn From Postmodernism?'

March 28, 7 P.M.
Presidential Speaker Series: Ingrid Betancourt

March 29, 7 P.M.
Dr. Daryl Koehn to Deliver Aram Lecture on Business Ethics

March 29, 7:30 P.M.
36th Annual Flannery Lecture

March 31, 10 A.M.
Annual Alumni Easter Egg Hunt

Buy Tickets to see Ingrid Betancourt, the next Presidential Speaker
Zag, You're It! Pass it on to Pay it Forward
Tracking the Zags
Reserve Your Anniversary Books Today
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Looking forward to Gonzaga University's quasquicentennial celebration (125th anniversary) this year, @Gonzaga continues its monthly series counting back to its founding year, 1887. This series began in September 2010 when we looked back six years to the 2004-05 academic year. Each subsequent monthly story looked back another six years. In this issue, we travel back in time to view highlights of and around the 1908-09 academic year.

Photo courtesy of Gonzaga University Archives.