Spotlights on Alumni, 2016 Winter
Gonzaga Magazine's 2016 winter issue features spotlights on Ryan Labar, Kyle McCoy and John Bowers
The 1999 Zag Basketball Team - Where Are They Now?
In 1999, the Gonzaga Bulldogs made their first appearance in the NCAA's Sweet Sixteen basketball tournament. The Zags have returned every year since.
Building Community: Ben Stuckart
Two years after moving into his South Hill home, Spokane City Council President Ben Stuckart (’01, M.O.L. ’06) didn’t know his neighbors. Why? Because...
Building Community: Brian Estes
At Gonzaga, Brian Estes ('07) considered one core question: What affects the well-being of individuals and communities?
Building Community: Celeste Shaw
Celeste Shaw built Chaps, the Latah Creek cafe and bakery that draws stand-in-line crowds every weekend.
Building Community: Jim Sheehan
Jim Sheehan (’73 J.D.) runs an incubator for community building in the appropriately named Community Building at 35 W. Main St., Spokane.
Building Community: Luke Baumgarten & Leah Sottile
Neither Sottile nor Baumgarten began with the express purpose of creating a community event. Instead they saw a hole and decided to fill it.
Building Community: Mallene Herzog
Mallene Herzog found herself floundering as a young mother with four children under the age of 5.
Building Community: Matt Santangelo
Basketball is the anchor of Matt Santangelo’s life. It brought the former Gonzaga star to college, took him to the 1999 Elite Eight and then overseas...
Building Community: Ryan Olerich
Sometimes a new environment is the linchpin to change. At least Ryan Oelrich (’04) thinks so.