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Death penalty law expert to speak at Gonzaga
The Greater Gonzaga Guild welcomes Juandalynn Taylor, who will discuss “Mitigating Death: A Conversation About Death Penalty Case Work.”
Celebrating Women’s History Month 2023
Explore events and resources to help you celebrate Women's History Month both on and off campus.
Modeling United Nations' Global Goals
Gonzaga's Model UN, brought to the school via a former student and facilitated by Associate Dean Stacy Taninchev, challenges students to challenge...
The Words Get in the Way
Philosophers Leland Harper and Jennifer Kling delivered the final “Leading Against Hate” speaker series presentation with a discussion of “The...
Protecting Communities Against Extremism a Job for All of Us, ...
The freedoms that Americans enjoy and revere as definitive aspects of what makes this country great also act as barriers at times when trying to deal...
Education Puts the Fear in Hate Groups, Expert Says
Institutions of higher education are a popular target of hate groups because a quality education is a democratizing force, according to Kate Bitz, an...
The Building of Belonging: Celebrating UMEC's 25th Anniversary
Gonzaga celebrates the 25th anniversary of UMEC, the Unity Multicultural Education Center.
A Reflection on Spokane’s African American History
As the Gonzaga University community celebrates Black History Month through February, some thoughts on Spokane's own history.
Dancing With Life: Mexican Masks
Pavel Shlossberg, associate professor in Gonzaga’s School of Leadership Studies, led the curation of a unique exhibition at Spokane’s Northwest Museum...
"Leading Against Hate" Speaker Series Launches Feb. 2
February will be full of voices dedicated to equality, justice and meaningful discourse on hard topics that resonate across the country and in GU’s...
2023 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
Events, opportunities and inspiring words celebrating the work of Martin Luther King, Jr. in honor of his birthday.
Cleo Parker Robinson’s Modern Dance Ensemble to Star in Feb. 11 Show
The spirited, African-inspired dance ensemble will perform choreographer Amalia Vivianna Basnata Hernandez’s “The Four Journeys.”
Lighting the Way
Gonzaga leaders address the future of the University, refreshing its strategic plan and addressing the challenges of higher education.
GU Professor Curates Striking Show of Mexican Masks at the MAC
Pavel Shlossberg, GU professor of Leadership Studies, has captured the artistry and, as curator of “Dancing with Life: Mexican Masks,” introduces...