Gray Hair and the Dignity of Black Folks: Ed Taylor
As a Black man, these past few months I have thought a lot about dying. More than usual. When I was young, I imagined a death where I learn that I...
In the News: Shelly Boyd Among Spokesman's Women of the Year
Her dedicated work to preserve the language and culture of her people garnered her inclusion in The Spokesman Review's 2020 Women of the Year
Speakers Applaud Graduates' Persistence at Commencement
Despite the turbulence graduates faced in the final months of their studies, the common thread in the speakers’ messages was hope, at Gonzaga...
Get Ready to Stretch: Intercultural Yoga Podcast Launches
Gonzaga's Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion launches podcast, Intercultural Yoga
Dismantling Structural Bias
In a collaborative workshop, more than 75 faculty, discuss a sustained institutional response to ongoing racism and other forms of bias.
Representing for Diversity in Media
A traffic reporter and hip-hop radio personality for iHeart Media at KUBE 93 in Seattle, Koffa is also a student in the Master of Arts in...
The Rebirth of Reconciliation
How do we achieve reconciliation in a time of divide, specifically related to matters of diversity? Here's a look at some of Gonzaga's responses and...
What America and My Mother Taught Me about Racism
Joan Iva Fawcett, the Assistant Dean for Diversity, Inclusion, Community, and Equity (DICE), discusses her first experience with the phrase "Black...
Zag Selects Tubman for NFL Womens Empowerment Draft
Gonzaga graduate student Kristen Miller was honored to represent her hometown Baltimore Ravens in the NFL’s Women’s Empowerment Draft
Grace, Blazer Bound for Teaching Post This Fall
Grace Meno, a May graduate of Gonzaga's Master in Initial Teaching program for secondary education, persevered through a student-teaching experience...
Imprinted on Her Heart: Erin Bergmann Works for Human Rights in Honduras
Gonzaga alum Erin Bergmann spent four months strategizing fundraising to support food programs in Honduras.
Virtual Recruiting Exercise will Offer Benefits in Coming Year
Director of Undergraduate Admission Erin Hays analyzes the incoming freshman class and transfers, reflects on the impact of virtual recruiting, and...
Washington’s Three Law Schools Announce Task Force on Race & ...
Answering the Washington Supreme Court’s call to address systemic discrimination in the criminal justice system, the deans of Washington’s three law...
University Statement on U.S. Supreme Court's DACA Decision
Today’s decision affirms Gonzaga University’s longstanding commitment to protect and support our undocumented students and employees.
More Than a Sport: Soccer as Connection
Foday Kabba ('09) returns to Sierra Leone to link people across linguistic and ethnic barriers with soccer.