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Foley Receives Rare Books Collection
Former English major Donald Sharpes (’59, ’61) shares his love of literature with a gift of over 30 rare books to Foley Library.
Celebrando Nuestras Raices
The La Raza Latina festival showcases the Latinx culture and experience with the Gonzaga University community.
Free Summer Tours of Myrtle Woldson Performing Arts Center
Free public tours of the new Myrtle Woldson Performing Arts Center at Gonzaga University are now being scheduled through August.
Fiction and Social Justice: Interview with novelist Helena María Viramontes
An interview with novelist Helena María Viramontes before her speech at Gonzaga's Visiting Writers Series
'Drawn to the Wall VII' Exhibition with Five Artists Opens June ...
Features the drawing installations of five artists on 8-by-11-foot movable walls.
Filmon Abraham Parlays Passions for Psychology, Art & Technology
Abraham combines his interests in pursuit of a cutting-edge career path. This fall he begins a master’s degree at New York University’s Tisch School...
Boulet Boogies to a Second Degree, First Zag Dance Grad
At commencement ceremonies on May 12, Angela Boulet became the first Zag to earn a bachelor’s degree in dance. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree...
A Review: The Premiere of “A New Season”
How Suzanne Ostersmith brought vision to reality on Spokane's newest stage
"Come Spring" and Other Student Poems
Professor Dan Butterworth selected these poems by students for the spring 2019 Gonzaga Magazine
White Space and Slowing Down: Poet giovanni singleton
Visiting Writer giovanni singleton discusses life as a poet, experimentation with form and her writing inspirations.
More Than a Season, Debut Production is Model of Creative Collaboration
For Gonzaga University’s dance, music and theatre departments, the premiere at its new Myrtle Woldson Performing Arts Center showcases not just an...
Gonzaga to Celebrate Grand Opening of Myrtle Woldson Performing ...
More than an extraordinary center for the performing arts, this new facility represents the legacy of one of Spokane’s most distinctive and generous...
Alumna Amy Fredeen's Award-Winning Video Game Engages Tribal Culture
Fredeen (’96), CFO at E-Line Media, collaborated with dozens of technology pros, Alaska Natives and elders to create “Never Alone,” a highly...
Alumna Brenna Greene Blazes Trail in Sports Broadcasting
Greene (’14) demonstrates that the role of women in sports broadcasting is growing — if slowly.