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Getting Honu Home: A Tale of a Green Sea Turtle
An unexpected encounter with a sea turtle in Hawaii leaves a lasting impression on alum Rol Herriges
Table Talk: Wash Your Bowl
Themes of gratitude and thoughtfulness permeate the Spring 2017 food issue of Gonzaga Magazine.
Table Talk: When Food Transforms Chaos to Community
Father Steve Hess reflects on the 2008 Spokane snowstorm and how food transformed chaos to community
Table Talk: Food Ethics
Ethics professor discusses the ways our food choices can reflect our values.
What's In A Name?
While on a civil rights immersion trip, student experiences family connections to slave history
Battling the Border: A lesson in immigration justice
This year’s Justice in January project – exploring the realities of immigration and security along the U.S.-Mexico border – was an experience that the...
72-Hour Giving Challenge Begins Thursday, Culminates Saturday in ...
Gonzaga University launches a 72-Hour Giving Challenge on Thursday with a goal of 2,000 donors to the University’s capital campaign.
When Students Suffer
University Ministry coordinated a week full of discussion on "Suffering and the Soul"
Happy 94th Birthday, Fr. Coughlin
Gonzaga's beloved ex-president, Fr. Coughlin, celebrates his 94th birthday.
Jesu-Zag: Father Matt Holland, S.J.
Gonzaga graduate Matt Holland did not always know he wanted to be a priest, yet through his time at Bellarmine Preparatory School and Gonzaga, he...
Gonzaga Magazine Editor reflects on the meaning of solidarity and its presence in our day-to-day lives
Caleb Dawson: Inspired to Lead
In his role as GSBA community events chair as a sophomore, Dawson, who works with the division of student development to promote campus diversity,...
To Be Continued
An extension of Gonzaga Magazine, To Be Continued is a blog for reflections from members of the GU community.
God Doesn't Make Crap
For 2016 graduates, messages from Father James Martin and Father Brad Reynolds were the gift of a lifetime