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The Family Behind the Farm
Bart Gallant ('75) and his daughter Bridget ('17) are at the helm of Horrigan Farms, a family-owned and operated farm in Pasco, Washington. Together,...
In the News: Shelly Boyd Among Spokesman's Women of the Year
Her dedicated work to preserve the language and culture of her people garnered her inclusion in The Spokesman Review's 2020 Women of the Year
Testing the limits: Wurzweiler to spend five months on the ...
Oakley Wurzweiler has always had a knack for the outdoors from leading GU Outdoors trips to spending her summers in Colorado on immersive hikes. Now,...
Behind the Ballot Box
How Colleen Vandenboom, Ph.D. (’20 MBA), shows up to help others make their voices heard by supporting voter registration and ballot collection...
Gonzaga’s 1918 Pandemic Experience: From the Diary of Jesuits
How Gonzaga responded to the Spanish Influenza pandemic of 1918 raises our interest in comparison and assessment.
ZagsConnect Mentoring Platform Expands
Gonzaga expands “ZagsConnect” to provide additional help for students and recent graduates navigating the challenges of finding employment and...
Living & Learning: Finn Semling on His Formative Years at Gonzaga
Graduating senior Finn Semling reflects on his Gonzaga experience.
For Graduating Senior Frannie Nevil, Nothing Is Black & White
Graduating Senior Frannie Nevil shares what she has learned during her time at Gonzaga.
Helping Those Who Need to Be Heard
Gonzaga Alum Andrew Riesen uses business degree and experience with mental health struggles to help others
Caregiver Finds Passion in Compassion
Maddie Collins, a Liberian refugee and wife of Helena, Montana mayor, recently graduated from Gonzaga's DNP program.
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.
A Collision of Dreams in Kenya
What really excites alum Conner Longoria ('18) is the positive systemic impacts the development of Mwale will have on an entire community.
More Than a Sport: Soccer as Connection
Foday Kabba ('09) returns to Sierra Leone to link people across linguistic and ethnic barriers with soccer.
Alum Tim Morrisette and Company Shift to Making Masks
A Gonzaga alum and business partner in the fashion industry shift to making PPE for COVID-19 and donate a portion of profits to nonprofits.