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Open Mind, Open Heart
Learn about the refugee support of Shannon Dunn in “Welcoming the Stranger.”
In our “Welcoming the Stranger” series, see how Scott Starbuck rides for refugees.
Joy on the Margins
Father Greg Boyle has stood by his “Homies” in East L.A., sometimes even amid gunfire. Homeboy Industries is his legacy.
Gonzaga Digital Humanities Project Shines
An academic paper presented by Gonzaga faculty Katey Roden and Pavel Shlossberg was selected as one of six finalists for the prestigious Paul Fortier...
More Playtime, Fewer Needle Pokes
Lauren Tham ('18) worked tirelessly as the Zagathon fundraiser chair to raise over $70,000 for a new x-ray machine at Sacred Heart's NICU.
Conference Connects Community Collaborators
The fourth Community Engagement Institute (CEI) Conference in Spokane was held at Gonzaga University. The purpose of the organization is to connect...
Immersed: Thoughts from Mission Possible '18
Gonzaga students reflect on their experiences and service in cities across the country during Mission Possible 2018.
Exactly Where I'm Supposed to Be
On an immersion trip to Ecuador, Karina Keyser found what it is to be present.
Faculty Recognized for Human Rights Support
The Kootenai County, Idaho, Task Force on Human Relations honors Rev. Happy Watkins of New Hope Baptist Church in Spokane and three Gonzaga faculty...
Law Student Connor Sabin Receives WACC Diversity Award
Gonzaga Law congratulates rising third-year student Conner Sabin for winning the Washington State Chapter (WACC) of the Association of Corporate...
Deep Sea Diving with the Jesuits
As a Jesuit Novice, Kyle Baker leads a life of simplicity and service, which he carried into his time with University Ministry
All in the Family: Citizen Hall of Famers
The 2018 Citizen Hall of Fame event hosted by the Spokane Library Foundation honored five Gonzaga community members
Celebrating the Magis: 2018 Awards
Each year, Student Development honors students who exemplify the "magis" - a Latin term meaning "the more" or "the better."
The Next Step; A Year of Service
Thirty-three grads of the Class of 2018 are taking a year to volunteer