Grads of the School of Engineering and Applied Science find link between skills, passions
The Story Behind the Winter Wonderland of Our Latest Magazine
These snow-capped Maroon Bells of Colorado made their way onto our cover for good reason
Gonzaga alumni share their pilgrimage experiences on the Camino de Santiago in Spain
Letter of the Law
As part of the “Welcoming the Stranger” refugee series, we learn about the work of Gonzaga Law Professor Megan Ballard.
Open Mind, Open Heart
Learn about the refugee support of Shannon Dunn in “Welcoming the Stranger.”
In our “Welcoming the Stranger” series, see how Scott Starbuck rides for refugees.
Welcoming the Stranger
Helping refugees rebuild their lives takes a network of volunteers with broad skills and passions. Here, we learn how three Gonzaga faculty members...
Eaten By A Dinosaur (And Still Standing)
Eric Edelstein ('00) comes by his nickname "Big Ed" honestly. Read about his bigger-than-life magnetism and Hollywood titles.
Line of Succession
Three Zags have run the City of Spokane's mainstream entertainment venues for four decades.
Joy on the Margins
Father Greg Boyle has stood by his “Homies” in East L.A., sometimes even amid gunfire. Homeboy Industries is his legacy.
This is Lucy, one Zag's service dog, here to let you in on some secrets about service animals, and where a dog can always find treats at Gonzaga.
Talking About Racism
From a small all-white Midwestern town, Gonzaga Magazine's editor expresses why we should talk about racism.
The Race Issue - Brave Spaces
History guides the future; here's a look at where we've been and where we're going, in respect to diversity and inclusion
The Race Issue - Change Agents
Student leaders foster critical steps toward greater inclusivity at GU