Graduating History Major Scott Davis Chronicles Veterans’ Stories
Graduating senior history major Scott Davis has been fascinated with World War II since first grade. His oral history project, “Faces of Valor,” has...
Dear Class of 2020: This Is Not the End
2017 alum Amanda Hardt shares a message of solidarity with the members of the Class of 2020, amid the Coronavirus crisis
One Senior Shares: Dealing with Stress of Graduating in the Year ...
Pressures of graduating are stressful any year, but the crises of COVID-19 presents unprecedented challenges for the class of 2020.
Holding On To Hope
Michelle Wheatley, vice president of Mission and Ministry, shares her history, vision, challenges, and moments that give her hope.
All You Need is Love
Angela Jones, CEO of Washington STEM, describes what love means to her and how it empowers her in the work she does.
Letters to the Editor (Fall 2019 Magazine)
Readers respond to the Happiness & Joy issue of Gonzaga Magazine
In the News: Relationships at Hospice
Gonzaga senior Sophia Maggio writes in Spokane FaVS about her experiences as a hospice volunteer.
Rick Clark's Poignant Reflection on Moving Beyond Homelessness
Following the airing of his segment on Mike Rowe's "Returning the Favor," Rick shared his reflections with Gonzaga friends.
Building Bridges, Not Changing the World
You're not going to change the world, but you can build a bridge: A message to 2019 participants of the Mission: Possible alternative spring break
Ethnography and Kinship: Visiting Homeboy Industries
A leadership student shares an ethnographic reflection of his visit to Homeboy Industries.
A Review: The Premiere of “A New Season”
How Suzanne Ostersmith brought vision to reality on Spokane's newest stage
Gonzaga Alumna Liebert Thought Leader on Discernment
Elizabeth Liebert SNJM, Ph.D. (M.A., ’75), is proud Gonzaga alumna with deep connections to the community who is internationally recognized in the...
Resiliency: Making it to Round 10
Rick Clark ('19) shares his story, from being a high school dropout to graduating from Gonzaga and starting a nonprofit.
Fellows from Laos and Cambodia spent three weeks in Spokane. Here, they ask GU students what they have learned about leadership through service.
How Do You Plead?
Gonzaga Magazine's editor sets the stage for a feature on immigration