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Justice in January: Desert Deaths
Death in the desert is a real threat for migrants crossing the U.S.-Mexico border
Justice in January: Real People, True Stories
At Kino Border Initiative in Nogales, Mexico, deported migrants tell their stories
Justice in January: Keeping the Borderlands Wild
During Justice in January, students learned about environmental impacts of the border wall
Justice in January: Frustrated
Student Annika Barnett writes about frustrations with immigration, as experienced during Justice in January
Lecture: ‘Race, News & Right-Wing Populism’
Khadijah White, assistant professor in the department of journalism and media studies at Rutgers University, will discuss, “Race, News and Right-Wing...
Boston College’s Heyer: ‘A Christian Ethic of Immigration’ Feb. 26
Kristin E. Heyer, professor of theological ethics, will discuss “Cultivating Civic Kinship: A Christian Ethic of Immigration,” at Gonzaga’s Flannery...
Scholarship Allows Soule to Study in Ghana
Wrane Soule, a Gonzaga psychology major, began studies at the University of Ghana this month thanks to the Benjamin A. Gilman International...
Ann Ciasullo Discusses Popular Culture Feb. 27
Gonzaga Professor Ann Ciasullo will discuss “Why Studying Popular Culture Matters” on Tuesday, Feb. 27.
Battle at the Border: Justice in January
At the Mexican border, the U.S. immigration and deportation system takes on new meaning
Spokane Journalist Tim Connor Discusses Landmark LGBTQ Case
Tell: Love, Defiance, and the Military Trial at the Tipping Point for Gay Rights, presented on January 25, 2018
Visiting Writers Series Welcomes Abani Feb. 12
The 2017-18 Gonzaga University Visiting Writers Series continues with award-winning author Chris Abani.
Madison Rose Aims to Reform Education
Madison Rose ('18) shares how her own adversity has shaped her into an advocate for the learning disabled.
Gonzaga Law Professor Jason Gillmer Discusses Impact of Dr. King
Professor Jason Gillmer offers insight about Dr. King's impact the Law School's new Center for Civil and Human Rights.