Tickets on Sale for Myrtle Woldson Performing Arts Center Grand Opening
Tickets are on sale for the opening production of Spokane’s newest theater and concert hall.
Zags Women, Men Dancin' in NCAA Tournament
The Gonzaga men’s and women’s basketball teams are dancin’ in the NCAA Tournament, again, on Thursday and Saturday, respectively.
For Raymond Reyes, Teaching Remains Transcendent
Raymond Reyes, associate academic vice president and chief diversity officer, continues teaching, his first love, which he has done with distinction...
Professor Beqiri: Top Students Inspire Faculty Excellence
Professor Mirjeta Beqiri credits the “passionate, motivated and dedicated students” as a key reason why Gonzaga attracts outstanding professors.
Pat McCormick’s Homework for Life
Pat McCormick's true teaching genius blossoms in students years after they graduate
Leadership: Best Teaching Ranking Humbles, Affirms
For Gonzaga’s academic leaders, the U.S. News & World Report ranking for best teaching is humbling and affirming
As Hate Crimes Rise, Gonzaga Convenes International Hate Studies ...
With a 17-percent spike in U.S. hate crime incidents in 2017 compared with 2016, Gonzaga's Institute for Hate Studies convenes experts worldwide
U.S. News Ranks Gonzaga's Graduate Accounting & MBA Programs ...
Graduate Accounting program 18th best in nation; Part-Time MBA program No. 44 in nation and MBA in Finance No. 21
Gonzaga Welcomes 8 New Act Six Scholars
The urban and community leaders are in the incoming class of 2023.
EWU, GU Law Collaborate to Benefit Students Interested in Legal Careers
Eastern Washington University students aiming to pursue a career in the law may have some new opportunities to do so soon thanks to a collaborative...
Acclaimed Reporter, Author Timothy Egan Speaks March 25
The Pulitzer-Prize winner will discuss how the current U.S. political polarization has crystallized some of our nation’s common historical values. The...
Gonzaga Symphony Orchestra Presents Spring Concert March 4
Conducted by Kevin Hekmatpanah, the performance will take place at Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox
Adapting Toys for Special Needs Children on March 3
The workshop will teach the public how to adapt electronic toys for children with special needs.
Science Wiz Chad Hicks: Alumnus for Others
Chad Hicks (’18), a gifted science scholar, is helping to introduce the magic of science to youngsters while he pursues a Ph.D. at Johns Hopkins...
Campus Abuzz with Rich Learning Opportunities
As excitement builds for Gonzaga men’s and women’s basketball teams in March Madness, campus is abuzz with a cornucopia of rich academic opportunities...