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...
In the News: Students, Parents Optimistic about Move-In
Students and parents are optimistic about starting the Fall 2020 semester on campus, according to this story from The Spokesman-Review, Aug. 26,
ZagOn Back-to-School Essentials
We want you to have the latest and most important information and resources as you walk into your fall semester. Here are the most recent back to...
Gonzaga’s 1918 Pandemic Experience: From the Diary of Jesuits
How Gonzaga responded to the Spanish Influenza pandemic of 1918 raises our interest in comparison and assessment.
Gonzaga Modifies Return-to-Campus Plan
Gonzaga has announced a return-to-school plan that provides flexibility for students and families to choose if students will attend remotely or on...
Zag Grad Aims to Help in COVID-19 Battle
A fourth-year student at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Xun has taken this year off to co-found a biotech startup that is using 3D printing...
Virtual Recruiting Exercise will Offer Benefits in Coming Year
Director of Undergraduate Admission Erin Hays analyzes the incoming freshman class and transfers, reflects on the impact of virtual recruiting, and...
A Collision of Dreams in Kenya
What really excites alum Conner Longoria ('18) is the positive systemic impacts the development of Mwale will have on an entire community.