Raising Their Voices
Student voices at Gonzaga have often served as courageous drivers of progress, provoking conversation and action on campus.
In 2002, with the release of a video entitled “And We Stayed,” students shared stories about the challenges they faced as underrepresented students on their journey toward graduation.
“Where Were You When” was released in 2017 and highlighted the experiences of several students and called for leadership to take action. These students have joined ongoing conversations and initiatives to forge a path toward greater diversity, equity and inclusion on campus.
As part of larger initiatives outlined on this site, the Office of Admission worked with students, faculty and staff to create the 'Diversity Conversations' video series below. This series covers diversity from several perspectives. As is true with all work surrounding diversity, equity and inclusion, our work telling these stories is ongoing. Not every perspective is present in these videos, nor are the important topics of equity and inclusion. As Gonzaga continues its efforts to share stories of diversity, equity and inclusion, we look to our community to hold us accountable. If your perspective is missing, we’d love to hear from you.
We invite you to join the conversation.