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Tickets Available for Presidential Speaker Series Event April 20
Event features New York activist Tarana Burke, originator of the "Me Too" movement, and journalist Ronan Farrow, who helped break the story exposing...
Boldness & Confidence: Lessons at Women Lead
Women Lead Spokane 2018 featured Deanna Davis, Sister Helen Prejean, Liz Baxter as keynote speakers. All encouraged women to think and act with...
Sneaky Jesus and Death Row Encounters
Sister Helen Prejean, author of "Dead Man Walking" was a keynote at Gonzaga's 2018 Women Lead Conference
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:...
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...
She Persists: Women at Gonzaga
Women leaders share professional experiences, challenges and progress
Duke Professor Neal to Discuss Black Masculinity in U.S. March 20
Professor Mark Anthony Neal will deliver the Powers Chair lecture in talk titled “Devil Wanna Put Me in a Bow Tie: Negotiating Black Masculinity in...
Presidential Speaker Series Welcomes Tarana Burke and Ronan ...
Gonzaga’s Presidential Speaker Series welcomes Tarana Burke, originator of the “Me Too" movement, and journalist Ronan Farrow, who helped break the...
Walking a Spiritual Path toward Inclusion, Equity
Raymond Reyes conveys the Jesuit perspective as it relates to issues of diversity, equity and inclusion
Justice in January: The Chicano Park Murals
Historic murals in San Diego's Chicano Park represent the plight of immigrants and action for justice
Justice in January: A Jesuit Experience
Gonzaga senior Analee Scott reflects on Jesuit encounters at the border
Justice in January: Perceptions of Border Patrol
In visits with Border Patrol at two Mexico-U.S. ports of entry, students learned about the complexities of this work.
Justice in January: Water, Not Politics
Thousands of immigrants die of exposure to the elements. Water stations help save lives.
Justice in January: A Person Cannot Be "Illegal"
Operation Streamline exposes students to controversial systems of justice for immigrants