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Community-wide Grad Celebrations 27 Years Strong
Two community groups continued their longstanding traditions of gathering to celebrate their high-school and college graduates, meeting at Gonzaga to...
Zags to Infinity ... and Beyond!
Commencement weekend was filled with courage, excitement and tears, and a call for graduates to embrace their inner superheroes.
Gonzaga Law School Jumps 17 spots to No. 99 in new U.S. News Rankings
Gonzaga University’s School of Law jumped 17 spots in the new U.S. News & World Report rankings for 2024, landing in a tie at No. 99 out of 196 ranked...
Human Physiology a Perfect Fit
“I started off as human physiology and never switched majors, and I never questioned it,” graduating senior Rhys Heenan says. “I knew that the...
Frogs: Fears & Findings
Ana Reyes ('23) conquered her fear of frogs on her path to a biology degree.
A Friendship Forged in Service
Seniors Hannah Vial and Clare Kennedy honored for outstanding contributions to the Center for Community Engagement and the Spokane community.
Equity in Action
Liam Braaten's dedication to his teacher training and focus on equity in education helped him earn this year’s School of Education Excellence Award...
Double Double Duos: Two Sets of Twins with Identical Degrees
Avani and Lily Desai and Brooke and Bailey Harkness are two sets of twins. They are also doubling up on their double majors: All four graduate this...
In The News: GU, UW Students Welcome High Schoolers Interested in Medicine
KHQ Nonstop Local reported on a special night at the UW-GU Health Partnership building.
Ceremonies May 13-14 for 130th Commencement
A total of 1,278 undergraduates, 734 graduate and doctoral students and 132 law students are anticipated to receive degrees this year at three...
Gonzaga Dances With Derek and Bruce Hough May 8
On Monday, May 8, Derek Hough and his father Bruce will team up for an event at the Myrtle Woldson Performing Arts Center exploring leadership through...
Underrepresented in Medicine Group Continues to Thrive
Crystal Tam leads the Underrepresented in Medicine (URiM) group at the University of Washington Spokane.
Students Rework a Classic for Ancient Philosophy Society Conference
Renowned author Madeline Miller worked with GU students to update Plato's "Symposium" for this year's Ancient Philosophy Society Conference.
Business Students Excel in Competitions
School of Business Administration students are showcasing outstanding performances at business competitions across the nation.