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How I Experienced Community During Covid-19
Students share how despite the covid-19 pandemic, the Gonzaga community is still going strong.
Operating in Crisis Fits Her Fine
When Taylor Jordan earned her master’s degree in public health a few years back, she never imagined her first foray into the public health arena would...
BLM: A Dream Can Become Reality at GU
The Black Lives Matter movement in America has heightened awareness on Gonzaga's campus of the importance of diversity, equity, inclusion and justice....
Fall 2020 COVID-19 Lessons & Opportunities
Navigating the stormy waters of return-to-campus scenarios for fall 2020, Gonzaga University leaders sought input from students and families, shared...
Empathy & Apps for Mental Health
The fall 2020 issue of Gonzaga Magazine explores ways to improve mental health challenges in the season of COVID
Native American Cultural Center Rededicated
Gonzaga's Native American Cultural Center was rededicated Sept. 17 with a new name in the Salish language.
UW-GU Health Partnership Breaks New Ground
Ground was broken today for a new hub for medical and health education, research and innovation to be anchored by the University of Washington School...
Healthy family activities featured in new information campaign
Exercise and ideas for family fun will be distributed along with meals this fall, promoting easy and fun-to-d- exercises to keep kids and their...
Food for Families - By the Numbers
The food security program operated by Gonzaga’s Campus Kitchens and Sodexo provided more than 26,000 to-go meals this summer, and with partners,...
ZagOn Back-to-School Essentials
We want you to have the latest and most important information and resources as you walk into your fall semester. Here are the most recent back to...
Gonzaga Modifies Return-to-Campus Plan
Gonzaga has announced a return-to-school plan that provides flexibility for students and families to choose if students will attend remotely or on...
Empathy: COVID-19's Silver Lining
Health Educator Katie Noble discusses mental health concerns and training for Gonzaga faculty, staff, students.
Helping Those Who Need to Be Heard
Gonzaga Alum Andrew Riesen uses business degree and experience with mental health struggles to help others
New Leaders Start Amid Pandemic Calamity
Marianne Poxleitner and Whitney Franklin are ready to lead through building relationships, trust and collaboration between faculty and staff.