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Gonzaga Experiences a Revival of the Classics
By Peter Tormey
Classical civilizations, the study of ancient Greek and Roman civilizations and their languages, sometimes denigrated as the “dead languages,” is not only alive and well but flourishing once again at Gonzaga thanks in large part to the University’s Jesuit origins and identity.

The department’s name was changed from classical languages to classical civilizations in 2000 following an intense, university-wide academic review, and is in full bloom once again thanks to Gonzaga’s Jesuits, who hold Greek and Latin in such high esteem. Particular credit goes to many caring faculty at Gonzaga, including Jesuit scholars Fathers Fredric Schlatter (professor emeritus) and lecturer Ken Krall, and Professor Patrick Hartin, a diocesan priest.

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Gonzaga Bulldogs Looking Back to See Forward to Gonzaga’s 125th Anniversary in 2011-12:

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Looking forward to Gonzaga University’s quasquicentennial celebration (125th anniversary) in 2011-12, @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 1986-87 academic year.
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