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October 2012 - @Gonzaga Parent & Family Edition
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Meet the Clifford Family
Gonzaga Parent & Family Office
When I was presented with the task of answering the question "What does Gonzaga mean to you?" my first reaction was that there was no way I could convey what Gonzaga means to me in words. Gonzaga has been a part of my life since I was about 9 years old when my oldest sibling, Michael Berl (class of '95), left for Spokane in the summer of 1990.
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Bulldog Briefs for October
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GU EVENT HIGHLIGHTS
Now until December 31
Tradition and Transformation:
The Foley Exhibit


October 29, 7:30 P.M.
Annual Alumni Service Project


October 30, 7:30 P.M.
Visiting Writer: George Eklund


November 14, 7:30 P.M.
Visiting Writer: Robert Wrigley


November 16, 12 P.M.
International Day of Tolerance


Weber Family of Zags
National Gonzaga Day Video
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LOOK BACK IN GONZAGA HISTORY: 1881-89

As Gonzaga University's 125th Anniversary Celebration continues, this issue of @Gonzaga concludes its series looking back to its founding in 1887. This series began in September 2010. Each subsequent monthly story looked back six more years. In this series-concluding story, we travel back in time to its first academic year 1881-89.
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Photo and story courtesy of Gonzaga University Archives.