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Nurses, Cadets and English Program Grads Recognized at Special Ceremonies
Gonzaga celebrates its nursing, ROTC and English program graduates from the Class of 2019
Second-Grade Lessons in Being Awake to Privilege
Liz Slamkowski ('12) shares lessons from her two-year stint teaching at a Washington, D.C. school, The Matrix, and experiences with privilege
Serving God, Near and Far: Teach For America, Peace Corps & More
Thirty-six graduates of the class of 2019 set aside traditional career paths to take assignments as volunteers in four foreign countries and cities...
'The World Needs You' — Message to Gonzaga Grads
The 2019 undergraduate commencement ceremony at Gonzaga University conferred 1,323 bachelor's degrees and featured Maj. Gen. Joseph Caravalho as the...
Filmon Abraham Parlays Passions for Psychology, Art & Technology
Abraham combines his interests in pursuit of a cutting-edge career path. This fall he begins a master’s degree at New York University’s Tisch School...
Four Years of Support
If you made a donation to Gonzaga University anytime in the past four years, you’ve played a role in helping propel the Class of 2019 to this...
Gonzaga Seniors Earn Fulbright Awards, Will Teach Overseas
Loren Carrillo and James Vair will teach abroad this summer, after graduation in May, thanks to Fulbright English Teaching Assistant grants they...
Care for Our Common Home
Learn how Gonzaga seeks to improve the ways students, faculty and alumni are helping to protect the special places where we live, work and play.
Storytellers, Leaders, Movers & Shakers
Gonzaga Magazine celebrates the positive pursuits and career updates of GU alumni
Bloomsday: An Entrepreneur’s Story
Entrepreneur Don Kardong tells the story of Spokane’s annual Lilac Bloomsday Run.
Forging a Better Life for Many in Montana
Rich Janssen and his family create a group home for adults with autism, inspired by their son Jake.
Alumna Brenna Greene Blazes Trail in Sports Broadcasting
Greene (’14) demonstrates that the role of women in sports broadcasting is growing — if slowly.
Sen. Janelle Sarauw ('14) Grateful for Leadership Education
The U.S. Virgin Islands senator says servant leadership at GU makes a difference
It’s Graduation – Now What?
As a mentor to students graduating this spring, 2013 Gonzaga University alumna Kristie Infantine offers some practical advice.