Dismantling Structural Bias

Despite summer recess, in the aftermath of George Floyd's murder, many faculty members were saying, "I want to do something, but what?" A two-part workshop on Dismantling Structural Bias emerged.

New Ideas Amid Chaotic Times

Associate Philosophy Professor Ellen Maccarone likens preparing to teach in the pandemic to cooking from her grandma’s cookbook. “What is a pinch of this or a dash of that?” Adjusting to a new recipe.

From Hollywood to Gonzaga With Love

You may have seen him at one of your events in his zip-down sweater, Carhartt's or an occasional kilt, his ponytail topped with a beret, and a video camera slung over his shoulder. He's Kurt Nolen.

Arts Broadening Scope Amid Pandemic

Most stories start out, "Because of the pandemic..." Gonzaga's performing and visual arts are no different. Adjustments to fall plans and schedules give artists new ways of sharing their skills.

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