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MBA in American Indian Entrepreneurship Alumni Soar
Alumni of Gonzaga’s MBA in American Indian Entrepreneurship program are making a difference in their communities.
In the News: Alumna Alexis Legaspi's Compassion Goes Global
Alexis Legaspi serves in the Peace Corps in West Africa as a community health volunteer.
He Gave All
How the legacy of an unexpected hero who sacrificed everything for others is having an impact on students today.
Second-Grade Lessons in Being Awake to Privilege
Liz Slamkowski ('12) shares lessons from her two-year stint teaching at a Washington, D.C. school, The Matrix, and experiences with privilege
Reflecting on Relationships
The Burkes are Zags committed to helping others become Zags. They are honoring the enduring relationships that began so many years ago by passing...
Readers Respond: Winter '19 Gonzaga Magazine
Gonzaga Magazine readers react to stories on immigration, a letter from President McCulloh, and a variety of other stories in the winter 2019 issue.
Four Years of Support
If you made a donation to Gonzaga University anytime in the past four years, you’ve played a role in helping propel the Class of 2019 to this...
WPAC one of James Moore's ('72) engineering firm's Gonzaga projects
This weekend's opening is the latest in a long collaboration with MW Consulting Engineers.
Gonzaga Alumna Liebert Thought Leader on Discernment
Elizabeth Liebert SNJM, Ph.D. (M.A., ’75), is proud Gonzaga alumna with deep connections to the community who is internationally recognized in the...
Sustainability Efforts in News & Stories
Following are headlines made by Gonzaga faculty, students and guest experts, contributing to greater understanding of Care for Our Common Home
Storytellers, Leaders, Movers & Shakers
Gonzaga Magazine celebrates the positive pursuits and career updates of GU alumni
Wedding Bliss from Spring 2019 Magazine
Gonzaga Magazine shares alumni weddings in Spring 2019 issue
Mystery Zag: Steve DeLong
In the Spring 2019 magazine, readers share their memories with former athletic trainer Steve DeLong.
Forging a Better Life for Many in Montana
Rich Janssen and his family create a group home for adults with autism, inspired by their son Jake.