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Sen. Cortez Masto Challenges Law Graduates
U.S. Senator Catherine Cortez Masto (D-Nev), a Gonzaga Law alumna, challenges as 2018 Commencement Speaker.
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.
Moments of Clarity: Andy Dwonch ('99) to Grads
Andrew Dwonch (’99, Civil Engineering), at the 2018 undergraduate commencement, says engineering with compassion is prayer
For Chris Brummer, Gonzaga Accounts for Success
Graduating with a double major in accounting and business and a concentration in finance, Chris Brummer figures he made the perfect choice in becoming...
Report Shows Success of Class of 2017
Ninety-five percent of Gonzaga graduates who received their bachelor's or graduate degrees with the class of 2017 reported they are employed,...
Twelve Zag Grads Answer 10 Questions
Before leaving Gonzaga, 12 graduates of the class of 2018 respond to 10 questions ranging from why they chose to attend Gonzaga to the most important...
Students Compete for DECA Awards
Twelve Zags were among nearly 1,500 students who competed in the recent Collegiate DECA International Career Development Conference in Washington,...
Retired Nike executive inspires Gonzaga students
Retired Nike marketer Mac McDevitt shares timeless lessons learned over 27 years at the innovative Oregon company during a talk with current Gonzaga...
Entrepreneurship & Innovation Students Receive Honors
Several teams from Gonzaga's School of Business Entrepreneurship & Innovation Program excelled at the Northwest Entrepreneur Competition (NEC) in...
Current, Future, Past: Cadets of the Gonzaga Bulldog Battalion
For the 70th anniversary of Gonzaga’s ROTC, we look back on the special stories that have made the program what it is
The Zag Bond
Jacob looked out for Joshua not just because they were brothers, but because it's what Zags do.
Gonzaga Law Students to Serve at International Criminal Court
In remarkable new opportunity, seven GU Law students and a Creighton Law student will travel to The Hague, Netherlands in June to conduct evidence and...
Cesar Ortiz Rios Engineers Bright Future
Graduating senior in School of Engineering and Applied Science, Ortiz Rios begins a Ph.D. program this fall, models success for his entire extended...