Alumnae Jessica Michaels gives back to Gonzaga Broadcasting, a program that propelled her own successes
Talking About Racism
From a small all-white Midwestern town, Gonzaga Magazine's editor expresses why we should talk about racism.
A Master Sergeant’s Scholarship
After 23 years of service, a U.S. Marine Corps veteran became the first in his family to go to college, thanks to the generosity of Gonzaga...
A League Of Her Own
An alumna who devoted her life to making a difference, Bobbie League's ('70) gifts are having impacts beyond what she imagined.
She Gave so Others Would, Too
Inspired by her mother's legacy, Liz Morris champions for women in leadership and Gonzaga's Women Lead conferences.
A Kindness She'll Never Forget
Eight years ago, Gonzaga basketball players lifted Briana Hermsmeyer's spirits by visiting her in the hospital when she was battling bone cancer.
Boldness & Confidence: Lessons at Women Lead
Women Lead Spokane 2018 featured Deanna Davis, Sister Helen Prejean, Liz Baxter as keynote speakers. All encouraged women to think and act with...
Sneaky Jesus and Death Row Encounters
Sister Helen Prejean, author of "Dead Man Walking" was a keynote at Gonzaga's 2018 Women Lead Conference
She Persists: Women at Gonzaga
Women leaders share professional experiences, challenges and progress
From Tragedy to Takeoff - the last snow goose set free
Luke Wilde's course is set after helping to free the lone surviving snow goose of Berkley Pit disaster
Walking a Spiritual Path toward Inclusion, Equity
Raymond Reyes conveys the Jesuit perspective as it relates to issues of diversity, equity and inclusion
Scholarship Spotlight: Where Ends Meet
Gonzaga scholarship recipients and their families go to great lengths to make ends meet. With 98 percent of Gonzaga students receiving financial aid,...
In Honor of Mary Katherine Shaw
A talented historian, we remember Mary Katherine Shaw and her legacy in a scholarship that bears her name
Determined To Make A Difference
Committed to service, sustainability and sweet melodies on the flute, this engineering major has big plans to have a big impact. And with your support...
Falesha Ankton shares the lessons of hard-fought wins in track and field