Getting to Know John and Joan Bollier and the Facility Bearing ...
The newly built Bollier Center supports the next generation of STEM leaders at Gonzaga
Gonzaga's new Center for Climate, Society and Environment aims to support teachers, community
Murdock Grants Fuel Student Research
Gonzaga has received 49 grants for a total of $6.54 million from the Murdock Trust to support faculty and student research.
The Secret Sauce of Mike Roth
Memories with two-time national Athletic Director of the Year Mike Roth
A Critical Eye on Gender and Power Dynamics
As an academic field, women’s studies draws in many subjects to examine women’s lives and experiences in social and cultural constructs.
Noralis Rodríguez-Coss researches Puerto Rican women’s issues, and experiences of other island women
Fat Zebra: Science & Health
The research of Sara Díaz, Ph.D. is "fascinating intellectual work that includes difficult, real-world problems." It’s also deeply personal.
Building on a Century of Success
Gonzaga Magazine looked to the past and to the future in this piece celebrating 100 years of the School of Business
Curating a Masterpiece: Behind the Scenes at Jundt Art Museum
Though Gonzaga's Jundt Art Museum has been closed to the public due to COVID-19 restrictions, its staff has continued the work of curating and...
Finding Normal: Tales of Adaptation to College in COVID
How are students finding "normal" at college in the era of COVID-19? And how Gonzaga caring for students - mind, body, spirit - amid a pandemic?
Preserving Memories on the Mount
Thanks to the generosity of several Gonzaga alumni, the Jesuit Cemetery underwent beautification to honor those lying at rest.
Lake Arthur: Stories through Time
Faculty members share their history and research of Lake Arthur and its inhabitants
Fall 2020 COVID-19 Lessons & Opportunities
Navigating the stormy waters of return-to-campus scenarios for fall 2020, Gonzaga University leaders sought input from students and families, shared...
Life at Lake Arthur
Lake Arthur stands on the Gonzaga campus as a testament to the utility of nature and the resourcefulness of humanity.
Empathy & Apps for Mental Health
The fall 2020 issue of Gonzaga Magazine explores ways to improve mental health challenges in the season of COVID