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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.
Operating in Crisis Fits Her Fine
When Taylor Jordan earned her master’s degree in public health a few years back, she never imagined her first foray into the public health arena would...
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,...
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...
Emma VanderWeyst Aims to Build More Equitable World
After graduating a semester early, Emma VanderWeyst will attend the University of Washington School of Law this fall.
Engineering Grad Sam Nieslanik Turns on the Water Works
Sam Nieslanik ('20) is using his civil engineering degree to pursue more sustainable technologies for water systems.
Eagle Eye on Environmental Research
Harrison Eagle, a May Gonzaga University graduate is envisioning a career with the U.S. Department of Agriculture as a Conservation Biologist.
ZagsConnect Mentoring Platform Expands
Gonzaga expands “ZagsConnect” to provide additional help for students and recent graduates navigating the challenges of finding employment and...
For Graduating Senior Frannie Nevil, Nothing Is Black & White
Graduating Senior Frannie Nevil shares what she has learned during her time at Gonzaga.
Zippia Ranks Gonzaga No. 1 in State for Grads Getting Jobs
Zippia, a career site, ranks Gonzaga tops among colleges and universities in the state of Washington for alumni getting a job in 2020.
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.
Graduating Zag Finds Silver Lining
Jordan Tolbert, a graduating senior at Gonzaga University with a double major in broadcast studies and political science, could be a poster child for...
More Than a Sport: Soccer as Connection
Foday Kabba ('09) returns to Sierra Leone to link people across linguistic and ethnic barriers with soccer.
Alumnus Charts a New Path in TV News
TV News veteran Ryan Cooper (’20) earned his master's degree at Gonzaga to enhance his skills for the evolving industry he loves.