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Vietnamese in Spokane
Two Vietnamese students met in Spokane and ended up at Gonzaga together.
A Critical Eye on Gender and Power Dynamics
As an academic field, women’s studies draws in many subjects to examine women’s lives and experiences in social and cultural constructs.
Noralis Rodríguez-Coss researches Puerto Rican women’s issues, and experiences of other island women
Fat Zebra: Science & Health
The research of Sara Díaz, Ph.D. is "fascinating intellectual work that includes difficult, real-world problems." It’s also deeply personal.
Together and Connected
A virtual year has tested everyone's ability to stay connected, despite this Gonzaga Cultural Clubs found unique ways to celebrate their community.
Wrestling with Identity
Gonzaga Magazine editor Kate Vanskike provides a look at the input received from readers in a 2020 survey.
Lincoln Center is “Home Away from Home”
Gonzaga's 6th Lavender Graduation took place this spring for LGBTQ+ students
Gonzaga Institute for Hate Studies Seeks Nominations for Eva ...
The Gonzaga University Institute for Hate Studies is seeking nominations from the local community and worldwide for its annual Eva Lassman Take Action...
Making Culture Matter
One alumna's vision for the flourishing of students, staff, collective goals and shared purpose.
Students Receive Eva Lassman Research Awards
The Gonzaga University Institute for Hate Studies announces its 2021 Eva Lassman Memorial Student Research Award recipients.
In the News — On Asian America: Dehumanization and the History of Hate
Spokane Public Radio staff speaks to advocates in Spokane’s Asian and Pacific Islander community and with researchers at Gonzaga who study Asian...
25th Annual Native American Graduation
In a virtual gathering, five Gonzaga graduates of Native American heritage celebrated their degrees
A Year in Service to Others
Twenty-four members of the Class of 2021 have chosen a year of service following their graduation from Gonzaga.
Magis Award Recipients Exemplify Being “With and For Others”
Six members of the Class of 2021 receive the University's highest honors.