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Election Coverage: Zags in Office
Election season has come to a close and we congratulate our Gonzaga Law alumni who were elected to new offices or retained their seats. Here are just...
From Radio Building to Rocket Launching
Paul Sauber ('44) was an accomplished engineer, rocket scientist, and family man.
Action & Impact: Not just a company slogan
Cindy Runger ('91, '94) is the first woman of color and first woman under 50 to preside over the Seattle Rotary
Alumni Accomplishments From the Winter Issue
Gonzaga alumni share notable career moves, care for their community and more
Internship Season is Upon Us
Services ranging from the Internship 101 workshop, career counseling appointments, career and internship fairs, and our cohort internship programs are...
Whale Stories and More from Poet Sierra Golden
As part of the Gonzaga Visiting Writers Series, Sierra Golden (’09) read from her new collection, "The Slow Art."
Road Trip: Portland & Seattle Treks
The Portland Trek is on January 8, 2019 and the Seattle Trek is on January 10, 2019.
Zags on Wall Street: The New York Trek
10 sophomore and junior students explored the world of investment banking and finance in the heart of the industry, New York City.
ZagsConnect: Online Mentoring & Networking Platform
The Alumni Association and Career and Professional Development are excited to bring the Gonzaga Alumni Program to a new online platform this spring!
Honoring Dan Brajcich, Accounting Legend
Dan Brajcich was revered by most, feared by some, but respected by all. The American business landscape is still dotted with Gonzaga alumni he...
Alumnae Reid Sisters Shine at Intel
Recent Gonzaga graduates Marisa and Sierra Reid, sisters three years apart, are on the fast track at Intel, where they took center stage when the tech...
Claire Henson: Putting Science to Work
In the Spring of 2018, while most seniors were just hanging on until graduation, Claire Henson (Biology, ‘18) was busy pairing a rigorous course load...