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
The Jesuit and Catholic Soul of Gonzaga
In the Fall '19 issue of Gonzaga Magazine, Thayne M. McCulloh, D.Phil., President, discusses the initiatives that have emerged from Gonzaga's Mission...
Alumna among Accounting’s ‘Most Powerful Women'
Lindsay Stevenson (’05) looks back on her days at Gonzaga as a first-generation college student and young mother, and the supportive faculty who...
The Lincoln LGBTQ+ Resource Center
The Lincoln LGBTQ+ Resource Center seeks to provide a safe and welcoming community for people of all gender identities.
Diversity Monologues 2019
A UMEC intern shares her observations of the annual Diversity Monologues, which showcases diverse student perspectives.
Celebrando Nuestras Raices
The La Raza Latina festival showcases the Latinx culture and experience with the Gonzaga University community.
Building Bridges, Not Changing the World
You're not going to change the world, but you can build a bridge: A message to 2019 participants of the Mission: Possible alternative spring break
MBA in American Indian Entrepreneurship Alumni Soar
Alumni of Gonzaga’s MBA in American Indian Entrepreneurship program are making a difference in their communities.
2019 Magis Awards Honor Exemplary Graduates
Gonzaga’s 28th Annual Magis Awards acknowledge a favorite Latin phrase of the Jesuits: “Ad majorem Dei gloriam,” meaning the “greater glory of God.”
Second-Grade Lessons in Being Awake to Privilege
Liz Slamkowski ('12) shares lessons from her two-year stint teaching at a Washington, D.C. school, The Matrix, and experiences with privilege
Serving God, Near and Far: Teach For America, Peace Corps & More
Thirty-six graduates of the class of 2019 set aside traditional career paths to take assignments as volunteers in four foreign countries and cities...
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...
Filmon Abraham Parlays Passions for Psychology, Art & Technology
Abraham combines his interests in pursuit of a cutting-edge career path. This fall he begins a master’s degree at New York University’s Tisch School...
Ethnography and Kinship: Visiting Homeboy Industries
A leadership student shares an ethnographic reflection of his visit to Homeboy Industries.
Let's Talk: Meaningful Conversation about Climate Change
Sustainability, climate change and global warming are all terms that can be politically charged. How do we have meaningful conversation about them?