Letters to the Editor (Fall 2019 Magazine)
Readers respond to the Happiness & Joy issue of Gonzaga Magazine
Bite Not One Another
Assistant Professor of English Jeff Dodd reflects on shared stories as the faculty adviser for Mission: Possible.
The Jesuit and Catholic Soul of Gonzaga
In the Fall '19 issue of Gonzaga Magazine, Thayne M. McCulloh, D.Phil., President, discusses the initiatives that have emerged from Gonzaga's Mission...
Catching the Fever
Gonzaga Magazine Editor Kate Vanskike talks about the meaning of Zag fever
President's Message: Moving Forward
President Thayne McCulloh shares his message on moving forward.
Resiliency: Making it to Round 10
Rick Clark ('19) shares his story, from being a high school dropout to graduating from Gonzaga and starting a nonprofit.
A Crisis of Confidence
GU President Thayne McCulloh addresses concerns related to priest abuse scandal
Gonzaga President Thayne McCulloh says Sharp Ave. collaborations are just the beginning
Finding God Amid Disease: The Story of Aloysius Gonzaga
During this 450th anniversary of Aloysius Gonzaga’s birth, we reflect on the story of this patron saint of youth
Coming and Going: For Innovation and Immersion
For over a decade, Gonzaga has been partnering with Pontifica Universidad Javeriana, a Jesuit institution in Colombia.
A Year of Discernment
Gonzaga President Thayne McCulloh shares about the Jesuit practice of discernment, called the Examen, and what it means for the University in
Paddles and Pens: Two Weeks on the Missouri
Student adventure leader Madeline Hueske reflects on Gonzaga in the Wilderness, nature writing while canoeing the Missouri River in Montana.
Paddles and Pens: Postcards from the Field
Gonzaga students spent two weeks on the Missouri River in Montana and wrote about their experiences in a nature writing course. Here are some...
Found: Faith and Fullness
Two student writers reflect on their experiences at one of University Ministry’s longest-held traditions
A League Of Her Own
An alumna who devoted her life to making a difference, Bobbie League's ('70) gifts are having impacts beyond what she imagined.