Zag to Zag Podcast

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Zag to Zag is a podcast for prospective and current student life. Zag to Zag take stories of students, staff, and more to create an environment of welcoming and relatable stories for Zags and future Zags to connect with. The goal of the podcast is to showcase why Gonzaga University is such a unique and positive experience, leading to every student have an amazing place to grow and explore their interests. This podcast is hosted by the student, Hunter Hauser, a podcast connoisseur for Gonzaga Marketing and Communications.

Check out the podcast on Spotify.


Students gather to record episode one of Zag to Zag podcast
College Students talking about their experience with the School of Engineering and Applied Science at Gonzaga University. Pretty rad stories, shoutouts, and more. Go Zags! You can listen here or on Spotify.


Landon Kissinger, Brian Bowers, Sam Atkinson, Hunter Hauser
West Monroe is a consulting firm working in several different industries, looking to bring solutions to clients through multidisciplinary teams. On this episode, Landon Kissinger (’16), Sam Atkinson (’19) and Brian Bowers (’20) from West Monroe discuss thinking across industries, changing majors, college and career comparison, how a Jesuit education impacted them, finding passions, Computer Science (cs) topics, work life, and more. Tune in to find out what a career for a Gonzaga graduate can look like and why West Monroe keeps looking for Gonzaga grads.


Elsie Rogers (’26) and Gia DePratti (’24) join host Hunter Hauser (’23) to talk about the Gonzaga traditions that create long-lasting memories as a Gonzaga student. We talk about tent city, Spike Nights, intermurals, life-long friends from orientation, and the iconic 10-second door-hold for your fellow Zag. Listen to the whole episode to find out the unique experiences Gonzaga provides. 
Elly Reid (’23), Gage Bockenstedt (’23), and Iain Smith (’23) join host Hunter Hauser (’23) to talk about study solutions for the typical Gonzaga student. We take a look at best places to study, how to decompress during finals, and more ways to get through a 16-week semester successfully. (Plus, great reasons not to sleep in class!) Listen to the episode now to take a deep dive into study solutions.
Ben Nellmapius ('23), Emily Inkrott ('23), McKenna Krey ('23) and Candace Williams join Hunter Hauser ('23) for one last podcast of the academic year. In this episode, Spirituality at Gonzaga, we discuss how students identify spirituality through their journey at Gonzaga, what resources Gonzaga has for spirituality and a little advice for the listener on their spiritual Journey. Tune in now for these topics and many more!