More Than a Trip
GU Outdoors offers camping, hiking, skiing and snowboarding trips regularly. A new opportunity arose in 2022: Avalanche Level 1 Certification at Mt....
Finding Faith & Identity
When Zoe Jaspers (’20) came to Gonzaga, they were questioning their gender identity and exploring their Catholic faith.
The Importance of Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) ...
Joan Iva Fawcett, a Filipina American, shares an opportunity to celebrate the cultures represented under the AAPI umbrella.
Rescuing the World
Guam native, lawyer and activist Julian Aguon talks about his first book with fellow indigenous author Tommy Orange
Mastering Higher Education: Charlita Shelton
Although she's only been here two years, Charlita Shelton is making tangible differences as President Thayne McCulloh's chief of staff.
Vietnamese in Spokane
Two Vietnamese students met in Spokane and ended up at Gonzaga together.
Alumna Heather Banis Works for Healing
Heather Banis, Ph.D., who earned a master’s degree in theology and leadership from Gonzaga in 2019, serves as the Victims Assistance Coordinator (VAC)...
Making Culture Matter
One alumna's vision for the flourishing of students, staff, collective goals and shared purpose.
Alumna Michelle Paulin Serves in Diplomatic Role at Tokyo Olympics
Michelle “Missy” Paulin (’98) is delighted to be in Tokyo serving as a U.S. diplomat at the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games this summer.
Klamath Tribes' Member Isabel Hawley Earns REDW Accounting Scholarship
Isabel Yasana Hawley, a member of the Klamath Tribes and a student in Gonzaga’s MBA in American Indian Entrepreneurship program, is one of two...
Debaters Earn Top District Qualifying Slot for Nationals
Gonzaga’s top debate team comprised of Avalyn Hine, a sophomore from Boise, and Molly Martin, a junior from Sacramento, earned the top district...
Cultural Narratives in Service to Our Students
Gonzaga Provost Deena González discusses cultural narratives, teaching history, and moving toward equity
Gray Hair and the Dignity of Black Folks: Ed Taylor
As a Black man, these past few months I have thought a lot about dying. More than usual. When I was young, I imagined a death where I learn that I...
Gonzaga Junior Tyler Zangaglia Named a Top Young Innovator
Tyler Zangaglia, a junior in the Gonzaga University School of Business Administration and the founder and CEO of the Hope Festival, is one of the...
What America and My Mother Taught Me about Racism
Joan Iva Fawcett, the Assistant Dean for Diversity, Inclusion, Community, and Equity (DICE), discusses her first experience with the phrase "Black...