Students' Ideas for a Better Pandemic Experience
The Office of Health Promotion has been focusing on meeting students' needs. This included a public virtual conversation with a panel of six students...
It Takes a Village
To make sure Gonzaga ran smoothly this semester, everyone was working all-hands-on-deck. From students to faculty and staff, everyone did their part...
Proceed with Caution: Nursing Clinicals in COVID-19
Gonzaga Nursing student Bella Williams talks about clinicals at Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center during COVID-19
COVID Care for Students: Preparing for Isolation
A quick guide for students who test positive for COVID-19 (or have been in contact with someone who has it) to prepare for isolation.
Labs Online: A Different Kind of Adventure
With COVID-19, Gonzaga biology lab instructors have improvised, often completed restructuring their labs, to make them educational and fun for...
In the News: College Visits Go Viral
Gonzaga and other colleges address challenges recruiting students without the traditional campus visits
In the News: Zag Grads Care for COVID Patients
Zags Ivan Jiminez and Chloe Sciammas partner in Community Health Mentoring Program to care for patients with COVID
Operating in Crisis Fits Her Fine
When Taylor Jordan earned her master’s degree in public health a few years back, she never imagined her first foray into the public health arena would...
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.
Fall 2020 COVID-19 Lessons & Opportunities
Navigating the stormy waters of return-to-campus scenarios for fall 2020, Gonzaga University leaders sought input from students and families, shared...
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.
Empathy & Apps for Mental Health
The fall 2020 issue of Gonzaga Magazine explores ways to improve mental health challenges in the season of COVID
New Ideas Amid Chaotic Times
Ethicist and Associate Philosophy Professor Ellen Maccarone likens preparing to teach in the pandemic to cooking from her grandma’s cookbook . . ....
Arts Broadening Scope Amid Pandemic
Seems like every story starts out, “Because of the pandemic . . .” Gonzaga’s arts are no different. Significant adjustments have been made to give...