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Cat Truong ('14) Makes Mural for Zag Family
In the spirit of developing the whole person, alumna Cat Truong put her engineering and artistic talents to use recently designing and creating a...
Live at the Scene
Eric Carlton (’08) wins Southeast Emmy Awards for spot news and investigative reporting.
Joey’s, Dances & Lifelong Love
At 98 years old, Thomas is part of a shrinking number of grads from the 1950s or prior, and one of few remaining veterans of WWII who came to Gonzaga...
Just as Intended: Gonzaga Day 2020 from the Fans
A collection of reflections from students, alumni and fans on being a part of Gonzaga Day 2020
Zag Nation Celebrates 8th Gonzaga Day
The Gonzaga community worldwide united on Saturday, Jan. 18 to celebrate their connection to the University on the eighth annual Gonzaga Day.
Powering the Potential in Students
Scott Morris made a career in making and distributing power for others. Now he and his wife Liz are powering the potential in students by sustaining...
People say hindsight is 20/20, but the vision was clear for presidents Father Robert Spitzer, S.J., and Dr. Thayne McCulloh:
Bing Crosby’s Legacy Alive and Well Here
On a clear and sunny Monday, Nov. 4, the last of the 2019 tour groups rolled through the Bing Crosby House Museum at Gonzaga. Two tour buses arrived...
Mountains of Metaphors
In May 2019, a dozen School of Leadership Studies graduates set out on an extraordinary expedition that turned into an exercise in crisis response.
Angela Jones: Education, Equity & Faith
Angela Jones' leadership revolves around passion equitable access to education, and a strong personal faith.
When You Pray, Move Your Feet
Watch a video and read a story all in celebration of Gonzaga's 50 years of Pilgrimage
Memories from the Mother Road
Two Gonzaga grads from 1964 traverse Route 66 in rented Mustang convertibles, exploring America's "mother road"
Holding On To Hope
Michelle Wheatley, vice president of Mission and Ministry, shares her history, vision, challenges, and moments that give her hope.
Gonzaga Magazine editor Kate Vanskike-Bunch shares a message about the Winter 2020 issue.