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Zags Win in Sports, Classroom & Community
This season has ranked among the most successful ever for Gonzaga's high-profile basketball programs but what really has Athletic Director Mike Roth...
Lifelong Learning Is Key for SLC Businessman Bruce Hough
He's Utah's Father of the Year, an acclaimed leader in nonprofits and politics, dad to famous dancers Derek & Julianne
Salt Lake City Zags Make Their Mark
From television to cancer research and communications, Gonzaga grads are making an impact in Salt Lake City
Guild Lecture Series Presents GU School of Education March 26
The lecture series welcomes a trio of professors from the Gonzaga School of Education to discuss “Early Childhood Education: Importance, Practice and...
Tickets on Sale for Myrtle Woldson Performing Arts Center Grand Opening
Tickets are on sale for the opening production of Spokane’s newest theater and concert hall.
Gonzaga Law’s International Mediation Competition Welcomes ...
Gonzaga Law is proud to announce an expansion to its International Mediation Competition in Florence, Italy. This year, Gonzaga and the University of...
For Raymond Reyes, Teaching Remains Transcendent
Raymond Reyes, associate academic vice president and chief diversity officer, continues teaching, his first love, which he has done with distinction...
Professor Beqiri: Top Students Inspire Faculty Excellence
Professor Mirjeta Beqiri credits the “passionate, motivated and dedicated students” as a key reason why Gonzaga attracts outstanding professors.
Embracing the Breadth of a Liberal Arts Education
Molly Foster (’19) is a student-athlete transfer on track to graduate this spring with two B.A. degrees and a trio of minors.
How the Liberal Arts Enhance the Tech Sector
Kate Gibson (’20) chose to attend Gonzaga in part to explore a well-rounded education with the B.A. in Computer Science & Computational Design.
Student Perspectives: How the Core Helped Me with My Major
Glimpse into how students in majors from science to the arts & humanities perceive how the core has led to their academic success.
Why it’s Wrong to Devalue a Liberal Arts Degree
Kevin O’Toole (’11), Head of International Growth for Google Launchpad, shares his take on why it’s wrong to think a liberal arts degree is...
Pat McCormick’s Homework for Life
Pat McCormick's true teaching genius blossoms in students years after they graduate
Interdisciplinary Collaborations Energize Faculty & Students
Interdisciplinary collaboration was the focus of a piece Gonzaga's Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences published in AJCU's "Connections" February...