Gonzaga Magazine editor Kate Vanskike-Bunch shares a message about the Winter 2020 issue.
Mystery Zag: Professor Blaine Garvin
Readers respond with memories of the "mystery Zag" from the Fall 2019 issue of Gonzaga Magazine
All You Need is Love
Angela Jones, CEO of Washington STEM, describes what love means to her and how it empowers her in the work she does.
A Decade to Remember: McCulloh's first 10 years as president
2019 marked Thayne McCulloh's 30th reunion as a Gonzaga graduate and his 10th year as President. Here are 10 of many achievements under his...
Thinking Ahead: Two new facilities foster greater collaboration
Gonzaga broke ground on an Integrated Science and Engineering building and a home for the Regional Health Partnership.
Remote & Up Close
What if students could travel back in time to the streets of Pompeii or to first-century Rome?
19th & Counting Celebrates Centennial of Women Voting
Gonzaga joins nationwide celebrations of the 19th Amendment's centennial anniversary, which gave women the right to vote
When Families Call
Gonzaga's Office of Parent and Family Relations seeks to ease the way as students find their home away from home
Being Green and More Responses to the Editor
Readers share their responses to Gonzaga Magazine's Spring 2019 issue.
Our New Deans Answer: Why Gonzaga?
Gonzaga Magazine asked each of the University’s four new deans to answer one question: Why Gonzaga?
Interdisciplinary Collaboration: The Way of the Future
Gonzaga students and faculty find new solutions through interdisciplinary collaboration.
Readers Respond: Winter '19 Gonzaga Magazine
Gonzaga Magazine readers react to stories on immigration, a letter from President McCulloh, and a variety of other stories in the winter 2019 issue.
"Come Spring" and Other Student Poems
Professor Dan Butterworth selected these poems by students for the spring 2019 Gonzaga Magazine
New Leaders: Rooksby & Gonzalez
New leaders on campus bring creativity and passion to the law school and administration.
Memes, Hobbits, Ads and Global Economics
First-Year Seminars provide freshmen and transfer students a unique look at academics at Gonzaga, studying unusual topics in a fresh format.