A few weeks ago, the creators of a new video game called Gonzaga University made an announcement: They were moving their campus theme to a new campus.
In it, the university is called “Gonzaga,” a nod to the school’s mascot.
(You may have heard of it: Gonzaga, the school, the game, and its name.)
This new theme was inspired by the school mascot, a “gonzagawe,” a blue-haired, long-haired bulldog.
But what was it about Gonzaga that made this new campus theme a popular choice for the university?
Was it because the mascot was so beloved?
Or was it because it was a great name for the school?
In this article, we’re going to try to answer these questions.
The origins of the campus theme The original “Gowgah” was created by a team of student artists who had just graduated.
The name was inspired in part by the first American flag it was painted with.
(We’re not kidding about the “Gaw” part.)
They created the name “Gazagaw” because the first flags they painted were the ones that had been flown on the US Capitol building at the start of the American Civil War.
They had a problem.
The flags had not been flown with any of the new technology that was being used at the time, like the telegraph.
In the end, they had to paint with wood.
After the initial design team left, a different team of students drew the name.
They created an entirely new campus, with a new mascot.
They used the same colours as the original “gazagagaw,” but instead of the letter “a” they had “z,” a symbol of the state of Georgia.
The team had already been working on a new logo for the previous campus.
They named it “G-Z.”
The new campus was called “Ochsner.”
The name “O-schner” comes from the Greek letter “os,” which stands for “out” or “in.”
The team also named their new campus “Geegaw” after the University of Georgia’s mascot, “Georgia Geeg.”
The school’s nickname, “The Blue Chip,” came from the fact that they had only one blue chip in their football team, and that was a red-and-white jersey.
This is where the campus was named “Gaga” The name of the school itself is a nod and a salute to the first two presidents of Georgia, John C. Geegan and W.L. White.
The school was founded in 1873 by the then-ruling slaveholder Andrew Geehan, and was named after the city of Atlanta, Georgia.
Geez, that’s a lot of history!
The name is a bit more obscure.
The Georgia Department of Archives and History records that “Ocksner” came from “Ook,” which is the Greek word for “to do.”
“Oosh” came later, to “O” which is a “k” sound, which means “to have,” and so on.
This sounds like a good place to end this article.
Gonzaga’s mascot is a blue bulldog with a black beard, and a white coat and black stripes.
But the real reason for the name change is that the team decided to make a “blue chip” of its logo.
This was done by using the existing logo from the Georgia Department, and using it in place of the old “Oochsners.”
The result is that Gonzaga is a white-coloured “g-z” with black stripes on it.
(It also has a red stripe on the front of its jersey, but that’s not really the point here.)
The “Oschner’s” logo was not the only one to change.
The “Gizner’s,” the mascot for Gonzaga football team in 2012, was changed to “Goschner.”
Gonzaga changed the name of its mascot, too.
Gonzagaws mascot was named the “Oshner,” after its current home state, Georgia, and the university’s name was changed from “Geezaw” to “Oschner,” as well.
It’s possible that the “Osschner” name was chosen for the new logo because it’s a popular one among fans of the Georgia Bulldogs.
(There are some fans of Georgia football who call their team “Os-Schner.”)
But Gonzaga didn’t change the school name until after the team won the 2012 national championship.
After the team had won the championship, the logo was redesigned, and now the school has a “Gz-Z” logo.
So what does this mean for us?
This is a great way to think about the history of college sports, but it also doesn’t really help us understand