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BRIEF: Geshe Phelgye gifts Gonzaga a Peace Pole

Venerable Geshe Thupten Phelgye, Gonzaga University’s Global scholar in residence, will gift a Peace Pole to Gonzaga in a special installation and blessing ceremony that begins at 3 p.m., May 6 on the lawn behind College Hall.

“I would like to offer a Peace Pole to Gonzaga University for its institutional birthday celebrating the 125th anniversary of living out the Jesuit educational mission of the service of faith in the promotion of peace and social justice,”

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BRIEF: Zagiving Expands, Benefits More Area Families

Clothes, mini-refrigerators, TV sets. College students rid themselves of a vast amount of clutter each year and Gonzaga University Housing and Residence Life is expanding its “Zagiving” program, now in its third year, to ensure more Spokane families benefit from students’ donated goods.

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BRIEF: Scholar to lecture on Holocaust, feminine space in Judaism

Andrea Lieber, associate professor of religious studies at Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pa., will lecture and lead a discussion in two events at Gonzaga University on Holocaust Remembrance Day, which begins the evening of April 7 and ends the evening of April 8.

Lieber will speak on and invite discussion on the topic, “What Does the Holocaust Mean to You?” — starting at 5:30 p.m., April 7 in the Foley Center Library, Teleconference Room.

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