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Year of Travel
At Gonzaga, Nate Garberich (’12), developed a passion for hiking and biking. Such a passion can take you far. His certainly has. Here is Nate’s
Alumni 'Butte Rats' Nurture Lifelong Friendships
The "Butte Rats," a group of GU alumni from mostly Butte, Mont. gather each year at the West Coast Conference Basketball Championships.
GU Once Again Ranks No. 1 for Alumni Serving in Peace Corps
For the second consecutive year, GU has been named the top-ranked institution with 22 undergraduate alumni serving as Peace Corps volunteers.
Eight Student Leaders Earn Full Act Six Scholarships
GU welcomed eight new Act Six Scholars for the class of 2018.
Dancing with Parkinson's Transforms
The Theatre and Dance Studio has proved to be a transformative area for those with Parkinson's disease and the students who help them.
Crosby House Celebrates 100 Years
Bing Crosby's home that resides on GU's campus celebrates its 100 years during Fall Family Weekend.
History by Horak
Seventy years after high school, Betty Horak ('13) demonstrates perseverance and follows her dreams as a GU graduate.
Study-Abroad Program Helps Draw Two Families to Italy
A study-abroad program for GU graduate students helped bring two Belgian families to Cagli, Italy,
Avista Corp. Establishes Engineering Scholarship
Avista Corp. established the Paul A. Redmond Endowed Engineering Scholarship at Gonzaga University School of Engineering and Applied Science in honor...
Bing Crosby Helped GU Celebrate at 1937 Golden Jubilee
Bing Crosby helped GU celebrate its first 50 years at its 1937 Golden Jubilee.
GU Launches Alumni Chapter in Japan
GU alumni gathered at the New Otani Inn to celebrate the launch of the Japan Chapter of the Gonzaga University Alumni Association.
Fr. Pat Conroy, S.J., Returns to Alma Mater
Fr. Pat Conroy, S.J., the first Jesuit chaplain of the U.S. House of Representatives, returned to alma mater Gonzaga.
Road to GU's 125th Anniversary: A Look Back at 1887-88
A look back at what occurred at GU from 1887 through 1888.