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Uploaded on Oct 10, 2011
Shaped like a teepee and constructed in 1968 through the efforts of Gonzaga archivist Father Wilfred Schoenberg, S.J., this facility was created as the Museum of Native American Art and Culture. In the early 1990s, the artifacts were turned over to Spokane's Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture, and the building now houses Gonzaga's International Student Program Offices. Gonzaga's international students, representing 46 countries, seek bachelor, master, doctoral, and law degrees along with English as a Second Language (ESL). Schoenberg also houses the Master's of Teaching English as a Second Language.