Boston College Professor Prevot Delivers Flannery Lecture Nov. 6
“Unrestricted Love: Blackness and Catholicity as Interrelated Marks of Christian Life”
A Safer, More Environmentally Sensitive Sharp Avenue Reopens
Ceremonies underscore collaborative effort to improve the road at Gonzaga's main entrance
Gonzaga Wealth Management Students Gain Epic Returns
Gonzaga won the award for the top-performing portfolio in D.A. Davidson & Co. Student Investment Program after earning returns of 50.4 percent.
Social Consequences of Loneliness
A growing body of research points to loneliness as an impending epidemic with an enormous impact on the health of individuals and society. Gonzaga...
Women’s Leadership Luncheon Nov. 1
The School of Leadership Studies presents “The Power of Shame”; register by Oct. 26
Meet Sophie Whittle: Gonzaga’s First National Tennis Champ
Sophie Whittle, a senior from Nipomo, California, has earned a title no one else in the history of Gonzaga tennis can claim: national champion.
Alumna Golden Reads Poetry at Visiting Writers Series Oct. 18
Award-winning poet Sierra Golden will read from her collection, “The Slow Art,” at 7 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 18 in the Jepson Center’s Wolff Auditorium.
Greater Gonzaga Guild Presents ‘Why Our Tech-Driven World Needs ...
Kirk Besmer, Gonzaga professor of philosophy and the Arnold Chair, will present at 10:30 a.m., Tuesday, Oct. 23; free, open to the public
Laurie Arnold Discusses Native American West, Columbia Plateau ...
The lecture by Arnold, a history professor and director of Gonzaga's Native American Studies program, is free and open to all
Spokane County Higher Education Institutions Host U.S. Senate ...
The senatorial debate features Maria Cantwell and Susan Hutchison
N.Y. Times Columnist Nicholas Kristof Speaks at Gonzaga Nov. 5
The two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist will discuss the role of a free press and quality journalism in a healthy democracy
Bonni Dichone: Math Professor by Day, Artist by Night
After work, Dichone the artist comes out to perform for Spokane in dance, acting and music
Gonzaga Presents 2018-19 'Communities for Justice' Events
Gonzaga proudly presents a series of events and activities to bring together the GU community and region
Washington Center for the Book Honors Tod Marshall for ‘WA 129’ ...
Marshall and the poets in “WA 129” to receive the “Washington Voices Award” in recognition of its contribution to the state’s literary landscape
Gonzaga Hate Studies Institute Marks Anniversary Oct. 12
Public event features video presentation by Nadine Strossen, author, law professor and former president of the ACLU, followed by a panel discussion.