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
Nourishing Our Neighbors
When COVID-19 hit, GU’s Center for Community Engagement was already hosting a weekly evening meal for neighbors. The question became "how can Gonzaga...
The Rebirth of Reconciliation
How do we achieve reconciliation in a time of divide, specifically related to matters of diversity? Here's a look at some of Gonzaga's responses and...
A City for All Senses
Gonzaga In Florence is the crown jewel of the University’s study abroad program, and the mechanism that started Gonzaga on the path to developing...
On History, Myth, and Popular Memory of the Nineteenth Amendment
A brief history of the women's suffrage movement in America, in honor of the centennial of the 19th Amendment
8 Kennel Club Facts Everyone Should Know
Kennel Club is the place for a student to be during basketball games: aka, the student section. It’s notoriously loud and active - 1,200 Zags pumped...
Team Behind the Teams: A Cura Personalis Model For GU Athletics
Cura personalis – care for the whole person – is deeply Jesuit and manifests itself in myriad ways at Gonzaga University, including in its top-ranked...
Team Behind the Teams: A+ For Academic Support at Gonzaga
Gonzaga Athletics’ holistic commitment to the success and growth of each student includes the dedication of staff focused student-athletes’ academic...
People say hindsight is 20/20, but the vision was clear for presidents Father Robert Spitzer, S.J., and Dr. Thayne McCulloh:
Mountains of Metaphors
In May 2019, a dozen School of Leadership Studies graduates set out on an extraordinary expedition that turned into an exercise in crisis response.
When You Pray, Move Your Feet
Watch a video and read a story all in celebration of Gonzaga's 50 years of Pilgrimage
Memories from the Mother Road
Two Gonzaga grads from 1964 traverse Route 66 in rented Mustang convertibles, exploring America's "mother road"
Learning in Solidarity
Close-up encounters in Colombia lead Gonzaga alumni to launch a nonprofit supporting the community development organizations they saw in action
Mission: Possible Living Legacy of Service Learning at Gonzaga
Program celebrating 20th anniversary, but evolved from a long institutional history of service at Gonzaga, grounded in Jesuit ethos.