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Veterans Rescued by Hope with a Cold Nose
Author Christine Hassing used inspiration found in a student project to author the stories of 22 military veterans who have found hope in coping with...
Leadership Strategies to Counter Hate
This summer, students in Gonzaga University's School of Leadership Studies shared their diverse perspectives and collective commitment to social...
There Will Always Be Need in the World
Gonzaga 1973 engineering alumnus Fred Reinel shares why showing up for others is such an important part of life.
Native American Cultural Center Rededicated
Gonzaga's Native American Cultural Center was rededicated Sept. 17 with a new name in the Salish language.
Nourishing Our Neighbors
When COVID-19 hit, GU’s Center for Community Engagement was already hosting a weekly evening meal for neighbors. The question became "how can Gonzaga...
Speakers Applaud Graduates' Persistence at Commencement
Despite the turbulence graduates faced in the final months of their studies, the common thread in the speakers’ messages was hope, at Gonzaga...
Gonzaga Junior Tyler Zangaglia Named a Top Young Innovator
Tyler Zangaglia, a junior in the Gonzaga University School of Business Administration and the founder and CEO of the Hope Festival, is one of the...
Partnership Spotlight - The ZoNE Project
Learn about one of Gonzaga University’s closest partners in Northeast Spokane – The ZoNE Project. With shared roots and common priorities we’re...
Logan House Connects Students and Neighbors
This intentional living community focuses on connections between Logan Neighborhood and Gonzaga University. Here’s what it’s all about.
Food for Families - By the Numbers
The food security program operated by Gonzaga’s Campus Kitchens and Sodexo provided more than 26,000 to-go meals this summer, and with partners,...
Gonzaga Student Athletes Give Back to Northeast Spokane Community
Gonzaga student athletes aim to succeed in the classroom and community by serving the community in Northeast Spokane.
Prayer for the Community: Lament and Hope on the Journey
A community leader's message: My prayer is that hope would be compelling and contagious. May it go viral.
Leading Community Organizations Support Opportunity Northeast
Opportunity Northeast's efforts to enhance food security has drawn support from three leading nonprofit organizations in Spokane.
Professor Vivek Patil Joins ONE as Research Fellow
Patil will help to identify, organize and develop relevant data sources to help set project goals and define ways to collect data to measure