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The Zag Bond
Jacob looked out for Joshua not just because they were brothers, but because it's what Zags do.
Springing for Scholarships
Grateful Gonzaga students met face-to-face with the donors who contribute to their scholarships at a special reception.
Greater Gonzaga Guild builds community
Members of the Guild, which has been a GU fixture since its founding in 1956, gather six times a year to share friendship, learn from scholars,...
Scholarships Launch a High-Flying Future
Grateful for the scholarships that allowed him to attend Gonzaga, Steve Brenneke is giving back through two scholarships of his own.
They Need You
Scholarships change lives; celebrate scholarship month and your opportunity to turn "I can't afford to go to Gonzaga" into "I'M A ZAG!"
Undergraduate Research at Gonzaga Includes more than STEM Disciplines
For most people, the word “research” conjures an image of a biology or chemistry lab—but research isn’t restricted to the natural sciences.
Careers & Accolades from Spring '18 Magazine
Grads from Law, Education, Business and more share about new opportunities
Word to the Wise - Books for 2018
Gonzaga Magazine reviews four books recently published by members of the Gonzaga community
The Sky's the Limit
Andy Schneider, accounting grad and Alaska Air's new VP of People, talks leadership and her experiences in the business world
Alumnae Jessica Michaels gives back to Gonzaga Broadcasting, a program that propelled her own successes
Homes with a Heart
Read about how members of the class of '66 traveled halfway around the globe for a Habitat for Humanity build
Mystery Zag Revealed: Robert Gilmore
Readers reflect on Mystery Zag Robert Gilmore, painter and teacher
Bridal Bliss & Baby News from Spring Magazine
Grads share bridal bliss and babies in the Spring 2018 issue of Gonzaga Magazine
A band of teammates and friends from the early 1980s maintain a strong bond through the decades