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.
Senior Liz Perez: A Leader for Others
Liz Perez, a Gonzaga senior graduating with a double major in political science and economics, has seized multiple opportunities during her four years...
The Humanity of Jesús
I was a bit trepidatious about my week-long immersion at the Mexico border with the Ignatian Colleagues Program. But now that I have gone and come...
Gonzaga Ranks in Top 10 for Peace Corps Volunteers
Gonzaga is the nation’s No. 9-ranked Peace Corps volunteer-producing institution among medium-sized colleges and universities in 2020.
Gonzaga Launches Opportunity Northeast, a Community Initiative
Gonzaga today introduced Opportunity Northeast, an initiative dedicated to improving the quality of life for individuals, youth, and families in...
Bite Not One Another
Assistant Professor of English Jeff Dodd reflects on shared stories as the faculty adviser for Mission: Possible.
Experiential Learning Examples: Bridging Gaps at the Borders
Sociology prof Joe Johnston explains how segregation – living and socializing in communities that are racially and socioeconomically homogenous –...
How Did Hector and Yolanda Meet?
Two different activists, brought together in Tijuana after deportation, are working to support mothers and veterans victimized by border conflicts.
Lifting the Lamp
In “Lifting the Lamp” – a phrase harkening to the inscription on the Statue of Liberty – we share faculty, alumni and student perspectives on...
Reframing Tolerance - Building a Just World
At the 2018 observance of International Day of Tolerance, Liz Moore of the Peace and Justice Action League presented a message at Gonzaga
Immersed: Thoughts from Mission Possible '18
Gonzaga students reflect on their experiences and service in cities across the country during Mission Possible 2018.
Lingering Lessons from the Sonoran Desert
In 2014, a walk in the desert changed John Draxler's life. Today, he's headed to law school as a result.
Stronger Than You Know
Olivia Schneider ('16) shares about her year-long service at a YWCA crisis center with the 2018 graduates entering social justice fields of service
The Race Issue - Communities for Justice
GU's Institute for Hate Studies hosted Communities for Justice to discuss racism and restoration
The March Continues
GU President Thayne McCulloh addresses diversity, equity and inclusion, recognizing the anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King's death 50 years ago