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The World is Our Classroom
Outdoors reporter Eli Francovich ('15) reflects on his summer in Nepal
The Arts Issue - We Are Creators
A reflection on creativity by Rajah Bose, Gonzaga Magazine’s “Resident Master of Fine Arts”
Unleashing the Treasures of Technology
How does technology increase knowledge and scholarship in the humanities? The Digital Humanities Program explains.
Gonzaga Welcomes Strongest Academic Class Ever
The 1,265 first-year students Gonzaga University welcomes to campus this week represent the strongest academic class in its 130-year history.
Singing Zags in Africa: Generosity and Reciprocity
Gonzaga's Chamber Chorus traveled to Zambia and Zimbabwe for an intercultural exchange and choir tour
Gonzaga Professor Laurie Arnold Publishes Work on Native Author ...
By chronicling her Colville Tribe’s culture, Christine Quintasket helped preserve it. Professor Laurie Arnold is making sure that history lives on.
Story of a Storyteller: Dale Goodwin
Dale Goodwin, who celebrated 35 years as Gonzaga’s storyteller, sees the miracle of life and God’s blessings everywhere he looks.
Starting Points on the Makah Reservation
On a Mission: Possible trip, students learn about Makah Reservation life and efforts to preserve its history
Poet, Novelist & Filmmaker Sherman Alexie to Speak at 124th ...
Gonzaga University's 2017 Commencement is to feature many prominent and successful speakers with ties to Gonzaga.
Table Talk: Wash Your Bowl
Themes of gratitude and thoughtfulness permeate the Spring 2017 food issue of Gonzaga Magazine.
Table Talk: Zags' Top 10 Spokane Restaurants
The results for the best eats and treats of the Lilac City are in! See what current and former Zags selected.
Table Talk: Food Ethics
Ethics professor discusses the ways our food choices can reflect our values.
Senior Bethany Beekly Balances Art, Science
Gonzaga University senior Bethany Beekly blends her love of science and the humanities, and helping others.