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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.
Gonzaga, EWU Present 'What Were You Wearing?' Survivor Art Installation
For Sexual Assault Awareness Month in April
Zags Women, Men Dancin' in NCAA Tournament
The Gonzaga men's and women's basketball teams are dancin' in the NCAA Tournament.
Through Stories, Michael Larson Aims to Change World
Gonzaga freshman Michael Larson is a natural-born leader driven by his passion for people. He is inspired to pursue a singular but hardly simple goal:...
Students Embark on Mission: Possible
More than 80 Gonzaga students along with staff and faculty advisers have embarked this week for eight sites nationwide to spend their spring break...
Welcome Act Six Scholars
The new scholars are urban and community leaders from Spokane, and the Tacoma-Seattle area who will receive full-tuition, full-need and four-year...
Scholarship Spotlight: Where Ends Meet
Gonzaga scholarship recipients and their families go to great lengths to make ends meet. With 98 percent of Gonzaga students receiving financial aid,...
Unparalleled: This is BIG
At the center of it all. Home to activities, gatherings, labs, ministry and more, the Hemmingson Center is the new heart of Gonzaga.
Unwavering: Never surrender
Work hard. Play hard. Yell even harder. No matter what's on the scoreboard, our dedicated Bulldog fans never stop cheering.
Victoria Indaco applied her classroom knowledge to help build a racecar for entry into two SAE club competitions.