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October 2011 - Gonzaga Online Newsletter
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Three T-Shirts & Boundless Compassion: Jesuit Rev. Greg Boyle Returns to Alma Mater Gonzaga
Gonzaga University News Service
Rev. Greg Boyle, S.J. ('77), founder of the nonprofit Homeboy Industries, the nation's largest gang intervention program, returned to alma mater Gonzaga University this month to discuss his new book, "Tattoos on the Heart: The Power of Boundless Compassion."
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Gonzaga and Professor Smieja Aim to Spur Cultural Shift to Advance More Women
Gonzaga U. ROTC Students Rescue Man from River
Gonzaga Visiting Writers Series Includes Pulitzer Winner, Ex-U.S. Poet Laureate
Students Partner with Lands Council to Honor Maathai by Planting Trees Oct. 22
Introducing Zags' Freshman Point-Guard Maiki Viela, a PARADE Magazine All-American
Gonzaga Rolls out New Website for Mobile Phone Users
Gonzaga Giving News Blog:
Reminder: Make your Tax-Free IRA Rollover Gift by Dec. 31, 2011
Photo Slideshow
GU EVENT HIGHLIGHTS
Now through November 13
Exhibition of World Famous Photographers


Now through December 10
Art Exhibit 'Lang and Rue: Verses'


October 25, 10 A.M.
Coach Kelly Graves Discusses Success


October 26, 7 P.M.
Visiting Writers Series: Patricia Henley


Fall Family Weekend 2011 - Save the Date
Register Online for Reunion Weekend 2011
Kraziness in the Kennel: Saturday, October 22
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A Look Back at 1938-39 to See Forward to Gonzaga's 125th Anniversary in 2012

1938-39
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 (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 1938-39 academic year.
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