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Native American Cultural Center Rededicated
Gonzaga's Native American Cultural Center was rededicated Sept. 17 with a new name in the Salish language.
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,...
Professor McCormick’s Film Included in Sundance Tour
“The Deepest Hole,” a 12-minute documentary film by Matt McCormick, has been chosen for inclusion in the virtual 2020 Sundance Film Festival Short...
From Hollywood to Gonzaga, With Love
Kurt Nolen was a camera operator in Hollywood, working on major motion pictures and television programs. But his role as videographer at Gonzaga...
Arts Broadening Scope Amid Pandemic
Seems like every story starts out, “Because of the pandemic . . .” Gonzaga’s arts are no different. Significant adjustments have been made to give...
Incoming Fall Faculty: Reinaldo Gil Zambrano Joins Art Department
In this short interview series, we will introduce the Gonzaga community to the College of Arts & Sciences’ incoming faculty. Our first interview is...
New Leaders Start Amid Pandemic Calamity
Marianne Poxleitner and Whitney Franklin are ready to lead through building relationships, trust and collaboration between faculty and staff.
Award-Winning Composer Shuying Li to Join Gonzaga’s Music Faculty
Shuying Li, an award-winning composer with advanced degrees in musical composition, and a research faculty member at the Shanghai Conservatory of...
On History, Myth, and Popular Memory of the Nineteenth Amendment
A brief history of the women's suffrage movement in America, in honor of the centennial of the 19th Amendment
Gonzaga Arts Draws Xander Claypool
Gonzaga affirmed the connection between creativity and problem-solving when it unveiled the Myrtle Woldson Performing Arts Center last April. The...
New Ways of Teaching: Understanding Clay Through Dough
Students in Professor Mat Rude's Ceramics course are getting an introduction to clay through an unlikely medium: dough.
Dancing at a Distance
Gonzaga dance faculty and students are learning at a distance due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Virtual Views of Ancient Places
History students are now visiting reconstructions of ancient cities such as Olympia and Athens using virtual reality technology in the classroom.
First Majors Dancing to Graduation
Gonzaga's Dance program celebrates the graduation of its first cohort of dance majors in May 2020