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Fr. Brad Reynolds to 2018 Graduates: Look Up
With graduation on Ascension Sunday, Fr. Brad Reynolds tells graduates to "Look up."
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...
Rosenberg Carries on Tyrrell Lecture Tradition
Professor Randall S. Rosenberg, Ph.D., of Saint Louis University carries on a rich legacy at the 2018 Bernard J. Tyrrell, S.J. Lecture in Philosophy...
Presidential Speaker Series Sheds Light on Sexual Assault
Tarana Burke, founder of the #MeToo movement, and award-winning journalist Ronan Farrow discussed the topic April 20.
Gonzaga Hosts Hunger Awareness Luncheon April 25
11:30 a.m.-1 p.m., April 25 in Cataldo Hall with all proceeds being donated to the Campus Kitchen, a local nonprofit that provides 3,000 meals each...
Accounting Students Generate $1.2 Million in Tax Refunds for Residents
For the fifth straight year, GU students working with the IRS and United Way generate more than $1 million in refunds for low- and middle-income...
Found: Faith and Fullness
Two student writers reflect on their experiences at one of University Ministry’s longest-held traditions
The Race Issue - Communities for Justice
GU's Institute for Hate Studies hosted Communities for Justice to discuss racism and restoration
Granting Infinite Worth
Carlo Juntilla aims to alleviate financial stress from professional development expenses through a student grant
Homes with a Heart
Read about how members of the class of '66 traveled halfway around the globe for a Habitat for Humanity build
Choirs' Performance to Foster Awareness of Anti-Semitism
With $4,000 from Spokane Arts Grants Awards, Gonzaga University Choirs will present a special performance April 28 to cultivate awareness of modern...
A League Of Her Own
An alumna who devoted her life to making a difference, Bobbie League's ('70) gifts are having impacts beyond what she imagined.
The Other Class
Business ethics courses at Gonzaga help students become people for others, facing economic injustices and deciphering how to act ethically
The Never-Ending Game
Though they seem like games, poverty simulations bring to light the true injustices of economic disparities