A Year of Discernment
Gonzaga President Thayne McCulloh shares about the Jesuit practice of discernment, called the Examen, and what it means for the University in
More Playtime, Fewer Needle Pokes
Lauren Tham ('18) worked tirelessly as the Zagathon fundraiser chair to raise over $70,000 for a new x-ray machine at Sacred Heart's NICU.
Paddles and Pens: Two Weeks on the Missouri
Student adventure leader Madeline Hueske reflects on Gonzaga in the Wilderness, nature writing while canoeing the Missouri River in Montana.
Paddles and Pens: Postcards from the Field
Gonzaga students spent two weeks on the Missouri River in Montana and wrote about their experiences in a nature writing course. Here are some...
Deep Sea Diving with the Jesuits
As a Jesuit Novice, Kyle Baker leads a life of simplicity and service, which he carried into his time with University Ministry
A Soaring Spirit Encouraging Others To Spread Their Wings
GU alumnus Jack McElroy didn't let a plane crash his freshman year ground his education. Learn how he is now helping propel engineering research and...
The Most Meaningful Thing You Can Do
Brought to Gonzaga in 1943 by the V-12 Navy College Training Program, Art Dugoni parlayed his GU education into great success and decades of support...
Sponsored Zag April Lopez
How a coin flip and support from donor-funded scholarships are giving this Zag the chance to unlock her potential.
What Have You Learned?
With her own graduation only days away, Kourtney Schott (’18) reflected on the Gonzaga experience that her donor-funded scholarships made possible.
Current, Future, Past: Cadets of the Gonzaga Bulldog Battalion
For the 70th anniversary of Gonzaga’s ROTC, we look back on the special stories that have made the program what it is
The Zag Bond
Jacob looked out for Joshua not just because they were brothers, but because it's what Zags do.
Gratitude Before Graduation
With the days counting down to commencement 2018, GU students wrote notes of gratitude for the four years of scholarship support they received from...
Found: Faith and Fullness
Two student writers reflect on their experiences at one of University Ministry’s longest-held traditions
Talking About Racism
From a small all-white Midwestern town, Gonzaga Magazine's editor expresses why we should talk about racism.
Engineering an Impact
How the School of Engineering and Applied Science is putting gifts to work in the manufacturing technology center.