Imprinted on Her Heart: Erin Bergmann Works for Human Rights in Honduras
Gonzaga alum Erin Bergmann spent four months strategizing fundraising to support food programs in Honduras.
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.
More Than a Sport: Soccer as Connection
Foday Kabba ('09) returns to Sierra Leone to link people across linguistic and ethnic barriers with soccer.
Gonzaga Ranks in Top 10 for Peace Corps Volunteers
Gonzaga ranks 9th nationally for Peace Corps volunteers among medium-sized colleges and universities in 2020.
Alumnus Uses Art to Create a Mosaic of Belonging, Inclusion in Schools
Mikel Brogan, a 2016 graduate of Gonzaga's Master of Education in Leadership and Administration program, is making a difference as a public school...
Zags Go to Rotterdam
Gonzaga in Delft travels to a nearby Holland city to see how it uses public spaces.
Zags in Stellenbosch
Two Gonzaga students share their adventures abroad in Stellenbosch, South Africa.
Exactly Where I'm Supposed to Be
On an immersion trip to Ecuador, Karina Keyser found what it is to be present.
The Ministry Institute: Haven for Servants
Participants of The Ministry Institute are priests and nuns from around the world, coming to Gonzaga for sabbatical.
Gonzaga Law Students to Serve at International Criminal Court
In remarkable new opportunity, seven GU Law students and a Creighton Law student will travel to The Hague, Netherlands in June to conduct evidence and...
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.
Battle at the Border: Justice in January
At the Mexican border, the U.S. immigration and deportation system takes on new meaning
First Comes Love
Reilly Dooris ('15) serves some of Guatemala's poorest people through First Things Foundation
The World is Our Classroom
Outdoors reporter Eli Francovich ('15) reflects on his summer in Nepal