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A Constellation of Stressors
In fall 2021, Fernando Ortiz, Ph.D., director of Psychological Services, said his team was experiencing a peak at Gonzaga – both in terms of the...
A Cultural Buffet
Five international students at Gonzaga share about food, festivals and traditions from their homelands, plus ways the classroom experience differs in...
Projects Class a Blend of Ideas and Experiences
The Multidisciplinary Action Projects class empowers School of Business Administration students to delve deeper and develop new ideas.
Q&A on "Hot Topic" Climate Story
Readers ask questions about climate change; Gonzaga experts respond.
Leaders, Writers & Role Models: Alumni News
Alumni share their career updates and other positive pursuits in the spring 2022 issue of Gonzaga Magazine.
Faculty Expertise Beyond the Classroom
The scope of the faculty’s scholarship, from publications to research to presentations to public lectures and exhibits, is voluminous.
Eating What We Teach
Professors respond to this question: In what ways has your academic study informed or impacted what – or how – you eat?
“Unforgettable” – the Legacy of Carl Maxey
A powerful tribute to Carl Maxey, civil rights leader, boxing champion and Gonzaga Law graduate, “Unforgettable” depicts the life and enduring legacy...
Gonzaga Law Announces Elimination of Conditional Scholarships
In January, Gonzaga University School of Law announced that it would eliminate the use of conditional scholarships for current and future admitted...
Encouraging and Supporting Diversity in Medicine
The Underrepresented in Medicine service-learning group at The University of Washington School of Medicine-Spokane continues to grow and expand since...
Professors Win Grant for Neighborhood Project
Two Gonzaga University professors have received a grant to develop a digital platform that will allow neighborhoods in northeast Spokane impacted by...
Law School partnership seeks to create a pipeline of Latinx and ...
A new partnership between Washington’s three law schools – Seattle University School of Law, University of Washington School of Law, and Gonzaga...
"The New Jim Crow" Author Michelle Alexander to Speak
New York Times bestselling author Michelle Alexander will speak in a webinar for the Gonzaga community during Black History Month
Gonzaga University marks Black History Month
Two art exhibits, a musical performance and a conversation about mass incarceration highlight Gonzaga University’s observance of Black History Month.