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Stronger Than You Know
Olivia Schneider ('16) shares about her year-long service at a YWCA crisis center with the 2018 graduates entering social justice fields of service
Celebrate: ROTC, Nurses, Volunteers, English Learners
Here are additional ceremonies honoring special achievements as part of Commencement 2018
Aspiring Physician Douglas Kempthorne Aims to Help Others
Gonzaga, he says, he has provided a set of tools to live "an introspective life" -- one for others.
For Denver Zags, Game Watches Mean Service
During the WCC and NCAA tournaments, Denver Zags collected baby items for Denver Health’s Newborns in Need program.
Gonzaga Hosts Hunger Awareness Luncheon April 25
11:30 a.m.-1 p.m., April 25 in Cataldo Hall with all proceeds being donated to the Campus Kitchen, a local nonprofit that provides 3,000 meals each...
Accounting Students Generate $1.2 Million in Tax Refunds for Residents
For the fifth straight year, GU students working with the IRS and United Way generate more than $1 million in refunds for low- and middle-income...
Rhonda Young Discusses Transportation Engineering April 24
Rhonda Kae Young, Ph.D., Gonzaga professor of civil engineering, presents "Transportation Engineering: From Neighborhood Greenways to Driverless...
The Race Issue - Unlocking Dr. King's Door
In Montgomery, Alabama, students explore the civil rights movement of yesterday and today
Homes with a Heart
Read about how members of the class of '66 traveled halfway around the globe for a Habitat for Humanity build
Jake Hansel Finds Silver Lining, Excels in First Year
As a sophomore and star point guard of the Camas (Washington) High School Papermakers, it seemed Jake Hansel had a world of opportunities to play...
Choirs' Performance to Foster Awareness of Anti-Semitism
With $4,000 from Spokane Arts Grants Awards, Gonzaga University Choirs will present a special performance April 28 to cultivate awareness of modern...
She Gave so Others Would, Too
Inspired by her mother's legacy, Liz Morris champions for women in leadership and Gonzaga's Women Lead conferences.
The Never-Ending Game
Though they seem like games, poverty simulations bring to light the true injustices of economic disparities
Gonzaga, EWU Present 'What Were You Wearing?' Survivor Art Installation
For Sexual Assault Awareness Month in April