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Learning and Unlearning at Foley Library
How the "Americans and the Holocaust" traveling exhibit this fall brought a tragic time in history into a different light.
Meet Ben Chu
This month's installment in the ongoing series of Q&A sessions from the Office of Sustainability catches up with Ben Chu. Keep reading to learn about...
The Power of Place
The Office of Tribal Relations wants to ensure that the campus community can begin understanding more about the history of the University’s founding...
Holocaust Survivor Carla Peperzak's Inspiring Story of Fighting Nazis
Spokane resident and Holocaust survivor Carla Peperzak told a packed Hemmingson Center ballroom about fighting Nazis as part of the Dutch resistance...
National Days of Prayer and Remembrance and Patriot Day
On Sunday, September 11, the country will pause to remember the victims and the heroes of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Student Support Offices and Resources
Learn about the various offices and resources on campus that support students.
Stepping through the Threshold: Alumna Amy Newell Large Ordained
From Gonzaga's Religious Studies department to creating community in a brewery to ordination, Amy Newell-Large took her experience grappling with God...
A Celebration of St. Ignatius of Loyola
The Society of Jesus celebrates the closing of a year-long observation of the 500th anniversary of St. Ignatius’ conversion.
Mystery Zag Revealed: Fr. Pat Ford, S.J.
Gonzaga Magazine readers share memories of Father Pat Ford in the summer 2022 issue.
Finding Faith & Identity
When Zoe Jaspers (’20) came to Gonzaga, they were questioning their gender identity and exploring their Catholic faith.
Skulls & Crosses: A Poem about St. Aloysius Gonzaga
Philip Kolin, a professor emeritus of English at the University of Southern Mississippi, said he has never lost his affection for the Jesuits. He...
Medical Student Understands What It’s Like To Be on the Receiving ...
University of Washington-Spokane second-year student Basil Wendel underwent liver transplant surgery as a teenager in Japan—an experience that later...
PBS Airs Special on Father Greg Boyle's Homeboy Industries
Kelly Corrigan with PBS spotlights the transformative work of Homeboy Industries with Father Greg Boyle
Catholic Partners Open Affordable Housing at New Gonzaga Family Haven
Catholic Charities, Gonzaga University, Gonzaga Preparatory School and St. Aloysius Open 73 New Units of Permanent Affordable Housing for Chronically...