News at Gonzaga
Presidential Speaker Siddharth Kara Brings Modern Slavery into Focus
Presidential Speaker Siddharth Kara brought the curses of modern slavery into focus to more than 1,800 people at the McCarthey Athletic Center.
Smart, Savvy Cheerleaders Smash Stereotype
GU’s cheer squad has heard all the clichés about cheerleaders, but these Zags smash the stereotype to smithereens.
GU's Part-Time MBA Program Ranked Nation's 85th Best
U.S. News & World Report ranked GU's Master of Business Administration program the 85th (tie) best part-time MBA program in the nation.
GU Master of Accountancy Ranks No. 25 Best in Nation
U.S. News & World Report ranked GU's Master of Accountancy (MAcc) program the No. 25 (tie) best specialty graduate accounting program in the nation/
Alumni 'Butte Rats' Nurture Lifelong Friendships
The "Butte Rats," a group of GU alumni from mostly Butte, Mont. gather each year at the West Coast Conference Basketball Championships.
Boeing Leader Jack Jones Gives GU Students a Lesson
Jack Jones, vice president and general manager of Boeing South Carolina, spoke to GU business and engineering students.
Alumna Lewis Pursues Singing Dream
Graduate Nicole Lewis, with a biology degree in hand, pursues a dream in pop country singing.
Gonzaga Embraces Opus Opportunities
GU will host the 2014 Opus Prize, a significant faith-based humanitarian honor with a $1 million award.
GU Once Again Ranks No. 1 for Alumni Serving in Peace Corps
For the second consecutive year, GU has been named the top-ranked institution with 22 undergraduate alumni serving as Peace Corps volunteers.
Eight Student Leaders Earn Full Act Six Scholarships
GU welcomed eight new Act Six Scholars for the class of 2018.
Dancing with Parkinson's Transforms
The Theatre and Dance Studio has proved to be a transformative area for those with Parkinson's disease and the students who help them.
Crosby House Celebrates 100 Years
Bing Crosby's home that resides on GU's campus celebrates its 100 years during Fall Family Weekend.
Law School Starts 2-Year Degree Plan
GU School of Law will become the first Pacific Northwest school to offer a two-year Juris Doctor degree.
Student Internships Lead to Jobs
GU is increasing its emphasis on finding internships for students to tilt the odds in their favor when entering the job market.
GU Names New Facility in Honor of Donor John J. Hemmingson
GU’s transformational new University Center will be named the John J. Hemmingson University Center to recognize lead donor and University Trustee John...