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First Comes Love
Reilly Dooris ('15) serves some of Guatemala's poorest people through First Things Foundation
Zags March in 48th Annual Pilgrimage to N. Idaho's Cataldo Mission
SPOKANE, Wash. – Some 120 Gonzaga University students, Jesuits, faculty, staff, alumni, family and friends are took part Saturday in the University’s...
Gonzaga Hosts Spokane Regional Veterans’ Conference Sept. 30
SPOKANE, Wash. – Gonzaga University will also host the free Spokane Regional Veterans’ Conference, designed to serve and support military veterans...
The Arts Issue - Local Inspiration
Brooke Matson, Louise Kodis and Sherman Alexie have roots in the Spokane art scene.
Investigating Divine Ability
Here is a recent graduate spreading her wings and embracing challenges around the world.
Not Giving Up On Burundi
Here is a recent graduate spreading his wings and embracing challenges around the world.
A Passion for the Arts
Gonzaga supports the growth of our arts programs and increases connections to the Spokane arts community
Alumni Spotlight: Zeutenhorst & Judge
From miraculous marathon finishes to successful manufacturing, Zags share inspiring journeys.
Alumni Survey: What You Said
A snapshot of feedback provided in the recent Alumni survey, and what we're doing with it.
Career Moves & Positive Pursuits Fall '17
The Fall 2017 issue of Gonzaga Magazine shares news submitted by alumni.
Helping Families Caught in the Middle - the Gonzaga Scholars Program
When the mission of Gonzaga University resonates deeply within a student’s heart, the socioeconomic status of their family shouldn’t matter.
The Arts Issue - In Search of Beauty
Spokane artist Ken Spiering shares about his passion to help people "to see the beauty and art in our surroundings.”
The Arts Issue - Innovation at GU and in Spokane
Gonzaga Magazine spotlights poetry, literature, theatre, dance and visual art, plus local favorites in the art scene.
The World is Our Classroom
Outdoors reporter Eli Francovich ('15) reflects on his summer in Nepal