News at Gonzaga
Rui Hachimura Learns English
Located in the heart of campus in Welch Hall, the English Language Center might deserve recognition in Gonzaga’s Athletic Hall of Fame for its...
Zag MacDaniel Graff Keeps on Sunny Side
MacDaniel Graff, a junior studying sports management, was injured in an accident. But the former three-sport athlete stays close to the action as a...
From Enron to Engie
Christine Uri of Engie Insight gives 2018 Aram Lecture in Business Ethics
Candlelight Christmas Concerts Dec. 7-8
The 125 singers of the four Gonzaga University Choirs, along with Spokane Brass Quartet, will perform their annual Candlelight Christmas Concerts in...
Dean Mermann-Jozwiak Discusses Interdisciplinary Studies
The Greater Gonzaga Guild event is free and open to all.
Graduation Success Rate for Student-Athletes at 99%
GU student-athletes are graduating at a rate of 99 percent, tied for the second highest percentage in the nation.
Alumnae Reid Sisters Shine at Intel
Recent Gonzaga graduates Marisa and Sierra Reid, sisters three years apart, are on the fast track at Intel, where they took center stage when the tech...
Professor Shepherd's Research Targets Parasitic Infections
Tenaciously, she aims to find new ways to treat parasitic infections, a Third World epidemic.
N.Y. Times Journalist Nicholas Kristof Discusses Threats to Free Press
Pulitzer Prize-winner Nicholas Kristof of The New York Times told a Gonzaga University audience Monday night that quality journalism and the role of a...
Driving out Hate: A 20-Year Labor of Love
The International Network for Hate Studies cites the Gonzaga Institute for Hate Studies’ impact on the field, and others attribute the vision and...
Gonzaga Exceptional Hockey Program Expands
The program will be able to help more youth overcome learning and communications difficulties
Princeton Review Names GU to '18 ‘Green’ Colleges List
Gonzaga once again is named among the nation’s most environmentally responsible colleges.
Master’s Student Matt Nichols Shines on CFL Gridiron
Gonzaga played its final season of football in 1941, but grad student Matt Nichols is doing the Zags proud on the gridiron
Boston College Professor Prevot Delivers Flannery Lecture Nov. 6
“Unrestricted Love: Blackness and Catholicity as Interrelated Marks of Christian Life”