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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...
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...
Sponsored Zag April Lopez
How a coin flip and support from donor-funded scholarships are giving this Zag the chance to unlock her potential.
Sponsored Zag Payton Lieske
Scholarships are helping this member of the Bulldog Band engineer a bright future while still allowing time for volunteering.
What Have You Learned?
With her own graduation only days away, Kourtney Schott (’18) reflected on the Gonzaga experience that her donor-funded scholarships made possible.
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.
Gratitude Before Graduation
With the days counting down to commencement 2018, GU students wrote notes of gratitude for the four years of scholarship support they received from...
Springing for Scholarships
Grateful Gonzaga students met face-to-face with the donors who contribute to their scholarships at a special reception.
They Need You
Scholarships change lives; celebrate scholarship month and your opportunity to turn "I can't afford to go to Gonzaga" into "I'M A ZAG!"
Found: Faith and Fullness
Two student writers reflect on their experiences at one of University Ministry’s longest-held traditions
GU's Model UN Finds Success at Regional & National Conferences
Gonzaga’s Model UN delegation finished out the year with an exceptional record, having earned a Distinguished Delegation award at the National Model...
The Other Class
Business ethics courses at Gonzaga help students become people for others, facing economic injustices and deciphering how to act ethically
The Value of a Trek: San Fran/Bay Area Version
Julie Donovan ('18) reflects on her experience visiting Salesforce and Uber on the San Francisco/Bay Area Career Trek.