Justice in January: A Jesuit Experience
Gonzaga senior Analee Scott reflects on Jesuit encounters at the border
Justice in January: Perceptions of Border Patrol
In visits with Border Patrol at two Mexico-U.S. ports of entry, students learned about the complexities of this work.
Justice in January: Water, Not Politics
Thousands of immigrants die of exposure to the elements. Water stations help save lives.
Justice in January: A Person Cannot Be "Illegal"
Operation Streamline exposes students to controversial systems of justice for immigrants
Justice in January: Humans of Tijuana
Deported veterans. Families in crisis. Collaborations between agencies. These are things students experienced in Tijuana.
Justice in January: Desert Deaths
Death in the desert is a real threat for migrants crossing the U.S.-Mexico border
Justice in January: Real People, True Stories
At Kino Border Initiative in Nogales, Mexico, deported migrants tell their stories
Justice in January: Keeping the Borderlands Wild
During Justice in January, students learned about environmental impacts of the border wall
Justice in January: Frustrated
Student Annika Barnett writes about frustrations with immigration, as experienced during Justice in January
In Honor of Mary Katherine Shaw
A talented historian, we remember Mary Katherine Shaw and her legacy in a scholarship that bears her name
Battle at the Border: Justice in January
At the Mexican border, the U.S. immigration and deportation system takes on new meaning
Determined To Make A Difference
Committed to service, sustainability and sweet melodies on the flute, this engineering major has big plans to have a big impact. And with your support...
Anti-Muslim Sentiment: What Hate Studies Can Tell Us
John Sheveland, Religious Studies, presents at Communities for Justice
Music to My Ears
Gonzaga Magazine Editor Kate Vanskike-Bunch reflects on the pain and joy of learning and teaching music