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On History, Myth, and Popular Memory of the Nineteenth Amendment
A brief history of the women's suffrage movement in America, in honor of the centennial of the 19th Amendment
Gonzaga Arts Draws Xander Claypool
Gonzaga affirmed the connection between creativity and problem-solving when it unveiled the Myrtle Woldson Performing Arts Center last April. The...
Nursing Paths to Leadership
What are the “right” credentials for a nurse who sees his potential in team management, or envisions herself leading major initiatives for progressive...
Gonzaga Plans to Resume In-Person Instruction for Fall Semester
Gonzaga University plans to resume in-person instruction for the fall semester.
Best Study Spots on Campus
Whatever type of study session you prefer, there's a spot on campus that will help you get to work.
Two Professors, One Goal: World-Class Neuroscience Education
A member of the UW School of Medicine faculty and a member of Gonzaga’s biology faculty describe their interdisciplinary approach that uniquely...
Stories of Pedagogy in the Pandemic
As Gonzaga undergraduates approach final exams during this unprecedented time of dislocation and disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic,...
Dean of Education: On Hope, Through Lived Experience
Yolanda Gallardo, remembers that her family had little, but the families of the children her father taught had even less.
The Power of Mindfulness
How the practice of mindfulness can offer solace during difficult times.
Dancing at a Distance
Gonzaga dance faculty and students are learning at a distance due to the coronavirus pandemic.
In The News: COVID Gives Students Opportunity to Thank Professors
Gonzaga Bulletin writer Audrey Measer ('22) says COVID gives students opportunity to thank faculty
Virtual Views of Ancient Places
History students are now visiting reconstructions of ancient cities such as Olympia and Athens using virtual reality technology in the classroom.
In The News: Gonzaga's Givens on CBS Sunday Morning
Has COVID-19 brought about the end of handshakes? Gonzaga professor, David Givens, replies, on CBS Sunday Morning.
100 Years Strong: Gonzaga's School of Business Administration
In 2021, Gonzaga University celebrates the centennial of the School of Business Administration. Here, Bud Barnes and Ken Anderson share historical...