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
History in Stone
What is the significance of the stone pillars seen across the Gonzaga campus?
Hughes Hall: A Solid Start
Since its construction in 1961, Hughes Hall has been home to innovation in science on GU's campus. Since then, the building has doubled in size, and...
Hoops & Homers: Wrapping up the 2021 Spring Season
From half court buzzer beaters and first time NCAA championships to navigating the difficulties of COVID-19, it was a year to remember for Gonzaga...
Finding Community in Dorm Life
Living and Learning Communities help new students find their home while living in campus housing.
Growing Our Impact: Elevating our work in diversity, equity and inclusion
How Gonzaga community members can be part of the work of diversity, equity and inclusion
sčintxʷ: Where Native American Students Can Feel at Home
48 Native American students are enrolled at Gonzaga in 2020-21. Here, they build a strong community together.
Top Majors: Business & Nursing Hold the Line
Every year since 2000, the majors with the highest numbers of undergraduates are in Business and Nursing. Find out why.
2019-20 Report of the President: Persistence
Gonzaga President Thayne McCulloh remarks on the 2019-20 academic year and the ways the university continually pivoted to meet new challenges.
Zags for Zags in a Season of COVID
How did donor support for Gonzaga University change as the pandemic unfolded in 2020? Find out here.
Cultural Narratives in Service to Our Students
Gonzaga Provost Deena González discusses cultural narratives, teaching history, and moving toward equity