30 Plays in 60 Minutes? Gonzaga Student-Led Theater Takes on the Challenge
Gonzaga University will be showcasing 30 Neo-Futurist Plays from Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind (30 Plays in 60 Minutes) as part of Gonzaga’s...
Same Day, Same City, Different Experiences
Gonzaga Climate Center’s intensive one-day heat study shows notable differences in temperatures for Spokane neighborhoods.
Gonzaga Celebrates Constitution Day and Citizenship Day
For 235 years, the United States Constitution has remained the supreme law of the land. The processes and protections drafted in difficult negotiation...
Sweet Dreams: Homage to COG Cookies
Alumni share memories of COG cookies for Gonzaga Magazine readers
Letters to the Editor: Gonzaga Magazine, Summer '22
Readers write to the editor about topics from previous issues of Gonzaga Magazine.
Mystery Zag Revealed: Fr. Pat Ford, S.J.
Gonzaga Magazine readers share memories of Father Pat Ford in the summer 2022 issue.
Socially Connected: How Zags Create Community via Social Media
Gonzaga is known best for its incredible sense of community. That distinct communal feel travels through digital borders through social media.
Then & Now: Hoops at Gonzaga
Before a packed Kennel at McCarthey Athletic Center, Gonzaga hoops were in the Martin Centre, and before that, College Hall.
The Mystery Zag is Winifred Hayes-Adams
The Mystery Zag for Gonzaga Magazine's Spring 2022 edition is Winifred Hayes-Adams.
A Constellation of Stressors
In fall 2021, Fernando Ortiz, Ph.D., director of Psychological Services, said his team was experiencing a peak at Gonzaga – both in terms of the...
Q&A on "Hot Topic" Climate Story
Readers ask questions about climate change; Gonzaga experts respond.
Faculty Expertise Beyond the Classroom
The scope of the faculty’s scholarship, from publications to research to presentations to public lectures and exhibits, is voluminous.
Eating What We Teach
Professors respond to this question: In what ways has your academic study informed or impacted what – or how – you eat?
Bringing the World to GU
How we welcome and support international students at Gonzaga
Rescuing the World
Guam native, lawyer and activist Julian Aguon talks about his first book with fellow indigenous author Tommy Orange