Zags Respond to Community Food Insecurity and More
Gonzaga is reaching out to serve those with food insecurity on campus and in the greater community
Connecting in New Ways with Future Zags
Undergraduate Admission Director Erin Hays and her staff were some of the most creative problem solvers not on campus during April. In a mad dash,...
Gonzaga's IDD Team Fosters Community in Remote Learning
Gonzaga is passionate about bringing community to students across all platforms offered by the University.
Manoj Thirupal Opens Jesuit Tech
Manoj Thirupal become one of the fellas in the Della Strada Jesuit Community when invited to live in a guest room in exchange for technical...
Zags Prepare for Whatever Comes After Virus
In his traditional unpretentious manner, Athletic Director Mike Roth addressed a multitude of questions from Gonzaga athletic fans and supporters,...
Spring of COVID-19 & Gonzaga Magazine
Your spring issue of Gonzaga Magazine includes some last-minute adjustments, but otherwise continues with great content not impacted by COVID-19.
Thayne McCulloh: On Strength & Community Amid Crisis
Gonzaga President Thayne McCulloh writes about the challenges of COVID-19 within the campus community
Gonzaga Plans to Resume In-Person Instruction for Fall Semester
Gonzaga University plans to resume in-person instruction for the fall semester.
Stories of Pedagogy in the Pandemic
As Gonzaga undergraduates approach final exams during this unprecedented time of dislocation and disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic,...
Dean of Education: On Hope, Through Lived Experience
Yolanda Gallardo, remembers that her family had little, but the families of the children her father taught had even less.
The Power of Mindfulness
How the practice of mindfulness can offer solace during difficult times.
Dancing at a Distance
Gonzaga dance faculty and students are learning at a distance due to the coronavirus pandemic.
In The News: COVID Gives Students Opportunity to Thank Professors
Gonzaga Bulletin writer Audrey Measer ('22) says COVID gives students opportunity to thank faculty
Virtual Views of Ancient Places
History students are now visiting reconstructions of ancient cities such as Olympia and Athens using virtual reality technology in the classroom.