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Same Day, Same City, Different Experiences
Gonzaga Climate Center’s intensive one-day heat study shows notable differences in temperatures for Spokane neighborhoods.
National Days of Prayer and Remembrance and Patriot Day
On Sunday, September 11, the country will pause to remember the victims and the heroes of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Master's in Counseling Student Serves Residents at Family Haven
Gonzaga’s Marriage & Family Counseling program is partnering with Gonzaga Family Haven to provide mental health counseling to residents.
Student Support Offices and Resources
Learn about the various offices and resources on campus that support students.
Your Admission Staff's Favorite Spokane Restaurants
Gonzaga's Office of Undergraduate Admission share their restaurant recommendations in the Spokane area.
Gonzaga to Host ‘Americans and the Holocaust’ Traveling Exhibition
Gonzaga University’s Foley Center Library has been selected to host “Americans and the Holocaust” from Aug. 23-Oct. 7.
Haven of Hope
Catholic Charities, St. Aloysius Parish, Gonzaga Prep and Gonzaga University come together to new housing for families in need.
Juneteenth: The History of Our Victory Continues
Hear from Tere Graham, Program Manager for Unity Multicultural Education Center, about Juneteenth, its history, and why we honor it.
Celebrate a Proud and Joyous Juneteenth!
Juneteenth, marking the end of slavery in the United States, is a day to celebrate, learn and reflect on the meaning of freedom, diversity, equality...
GU Welcomes Underrepresented Youngsters to Campus
The School of Education’s Summer Language Camp has been a staple for Spokane’s population of new refugees since 1998.
Students finish strong serving across neighborhoods
This spring, Gonzaga University hosted a Day of Service. This event connected the Gonzaga community to community partners throughout Northeast...
Health literacy grant awarded to Foley Library and School of Nursing
GU’s Foley Library and the School of Nursing and Human Physiology are teaming up to work towards addressing food insecurity and health literacy in the...
Gonzaga Engineering Students Netherlands-bound to Study ...
With COVID restrictions lifting, Gonzaga University Civil Engineering Chair and Professor Rhonda Young is finalizing plans to take 18 students...
Medical Student Understands What It’s Like To Be on the Receiving ...
University of Washington-Spokane second-year student Basil Wendel underwent liver transplant surgery as a teenager in Japan—an experience that later...