Electric Woman: Darice Brayton
Darice Brayton ('87, '89) recently retired from a three-decade career as an electrical engineer.
Timely Visit: Wagner's Suffrage Book Among Those Hidden at Local Library
Sally Roesch Wagner spoke on campus just one day after the Coeur d’Alene Library’s story headlined in the New York Times
Feminist Pioneer Sally Roesch Wagner Speaks at Gonzaga Nov. 11
Wagner, one of the first women to earn a doctorate in women’s studies and a founder of one the first U.S. college women’s studies programs, will...
An ROTC Running Reunion
Members from a Gonzaga all-women's 1990 ROTC Ranger Challenge gather again to run a relay 20 years later
Suffrage to Solidarity: Faculty reflect on the 19th Amendment
2020 marks the centennial of the women's right to vote. Here, Gonzaga faculty members contribute reflections on what that means.
The Untold Stories of Black Women in the Suffrage Movement
19th & Counting celebrates the premiere of video recognizing black women in the suffrage movement
19th & Counting Celebrates Centennial of Women Voting
Gonzaga joins nationwide celebrations of the 19th Amendment's centennial anniversary, which gave women the right to vote
Mystery Zag: Sister Mary Garvin
Gonzaga Magazine readers reflect on their memories with Fall '19 "Mystery Zag" Sister Mary Garvin, a respected scholar, beloved GU professor and...
Living in Community
Gonzaga alumna reflects on a lifetime of JVC service and core values after receiving the Fr. Jack Morris, S.J. Memorial Award.
MBA in American Indian Entrepreneurship Alumni Soar
Alumni of Gonzaga’s MBA in American Indian Entrepreneurship program are making a difference in their communities.
Where There is Hope
"When I think about my legacy, what comes to mind involves connection, community and relationships. Gonzaga provides a context that offers...
An Engineer for Others: Siniva Areta
A graduating Gonzaga mechanical engineering student, Areta has been inspired by personal experiences to use her considerable engineering and...
Hawa Elias: Meeting and Making Long-term Goals
Economics and international relations major Hawa Elias hopes to support nations in need of political, economic and social development. She also seeks...
Alumna Amy Fredeen's Award-Winning Video Game Engages Tribal Culture
Fredeen (’96), CFO at E-Line Media, collaborated with dozens of technology pros, Alaska Natives and elders to create “Never Alone,” a highly...
Alumna Brenna Greene Blazes Trail in Sports Broadcasting
Greene (’14) demonstrates that the role of women in sports broadcasting is growing — if slowly.