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Gonzaga University marks Black History Month
Two art exhibits, a musical performance and a conversation about mass incarceration highlight Gonzaga University’s observance of Black History Month.
New Year's Greeting
Joan Iva C. Fawcett, Dean for Social Justice Leadership and Community Empowerment, offers a greeting to prospective students for the New Year and...
Gonzaga’s ‘Season in the Spotlight’ brings array of performers
Gonzaga University plans to present five guest performances from February to May for its “Season in the Spotlight” series, offering Asian dance, a...
Vlog: Life as a Zag Madelyn Archibald
Get a glimpse into Madelyn's life as a current Gonzaga University student.
Vlog: Life as a Zag with Adam Chin
Get a glimpse into Adam's life as a current Gonzaga University student.
'Scheherazade' Tops Gonzaga Symphony Orchestra Program
The Gonzaga Symphony Orchestra’s winter program on Monday, Dec. 6, will feature both Rimsky-Korsakov’s epic showpiece “Scheherazade” and the three...
Vlog: Thankful Zags
Current Gonzaga University students share what they're thankful for this fall.
Comedic whodunit welcomes audiences back to Gonzaga’s campus
"The Mystery of Edwin Drood" is a comedic whodunit musical that is being held at the Myrtle Woodson Performing Arts Center Nov. 11-14.
Commonality in Individuality
These hand-crafted skateboards tell a story of unique individuals and their contributions to the broader community.
Rescuing the World
Guam native, lawyer and activist Julian Aguon talks about his first book with fellow indigenous author Tommy Orange
Gonzaga Dance Students to Debut with Inland Northwest Opera
The Inland Northwest Opera production team has set the stage for dance to play a major role in “Orpheus and Eurydice,” giving the four Gonzaga...
Pathways for Healthy Livelihoods
How one alum is working with partners in Kenya to develop educational and career pathways for the local community.
Goodbye to our 20-21 Law School Artist in Residence, Shelle Lindholm
After a memorable year, Gonzaga University School of Law commemorated its final month in August with 2020-2021 artist-in-residence Shelle Lindholm....
Summer Camp Success
Communication and storytelling as a means for maintaining longstanding traditions - even in the face of a global pandemic