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All God's Children
Just over half the teachers at St. Madeleine-Sophie School are graduates of the Gonzaga School of Education. Learn why.
Treks Help Students Build Careers
Sponsored by the Gonzaga Alumni Mentoring Program (GAMP), the Treks are designed to help students advance their careers and network with alumni in key...
Goddess of Smallpox
It was the ’70s, and a young alumna thought she was giving a single year to international public health. Turns out, she miscalculated.
Building Community: Brian Estes
At Gonzaga, Brian Estes ('07) considered one core question: What affects the well-being of individuals and communities?
Building Community: Celeste Shaw
Celeste Shaw built Chaps, the Latah Creek cafe and bakery that draws stand-in-line crowds every weekend.
Building Community: Jim Sheehan
Jim Sheehan (’73 J.D.) runs an incubator for community building in the appropriately named Community Building at 35 W. Main St., Spokane.
Building Community: Luke Baumgarten & Leah Sottile
Neither Sottile nor Baumgarten began with the express purpose of creating a community event. Instead they saw a hole and decided to fill it.
Building Community: Mallene Herzog
Mallene Herzog found herself floundering as a young mother with four children under the age of 5.
Building Community: Matt Santangelo
Basketball is the anchor of Matt Santangelo’s life. It brought the former Gonzaga star to college, took him to the 1999 Elite Eight and then overseas...
Building Community: Ryan Olerich
Sometimes a new environment is the linchpin to change. At least Ryan Oelrich (’04) thinks so.
Young Bing Crosby Photos Debut at 'White Christmas' Open House
GU and Advocates for Bing Crosby invited the public to a free "White Christmas" open house at Bing's boyhood home.
Crosby Collection on the Road to Bing's Boyhood Home
GU's collection of Bing Crosby memorabilia moved to the Craftsman-style Crosby House at 508 E. Sharp Ave.
Year of Travel
At Gonzaga, Nate Garberich (’12), developed a passion for hiking and biking. Such a passion can take you far. His certainly has. Here is Nate’s
Alumni 'Butte Rats' Nurture Lifelong Friendships
The "Butte Rats," a group of GU alumni from mostly Butte, Mont. gather each year at the West Coast Conference Basketball Championships.