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Haven of Hope
Catholic Charities, St. Aloysius Parish, Gonzaga Prep and Gonzaga University come together to new housing for families in need.
Finding Faith & Identity
When Zoe Jaspers (’20) came to Gonzaga, they were questioning their gender identity and exploring their Catholic faith.
Out @ GU's Pride Month Picnic
Hear about Out @ GU, a group of LGBTQ+ campus professionals, and their Pride Month Picnic!
Pride Month, A Year-Round Celebration
A message on how GU is celebrating LGBTQ+ Pride this year and works to create an inclusive and equitable community year-round.
Juneteenth: The History of Our Victory Continues
Hear from Tere Graham, Program Manager for Unity Multicultural Education Center, about Juneteenth, its history, and why we honor it.
Celebrate a Proud and Joyous Juneteenth!
Juneteenth, marking the end of slavery in the United States, is a day to celebrate, learn and reflect on the meaning of freedom, diversity, equality...
Celebrate Pride Month!
Gonzaga University is proud to support its LGBTQ+ community, striving to be a safe and welcoming environment for all sexual orientations, gender...
The Importance of Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) ...
Joan Iva Fawcett, a Filipina American, shares an opportunity to celebrate the cultures represented under the AAPI umbrella.
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
Child of Refugees Pursues Career of Public Service
Sead Muradbegović – already working for the Spokane County Public Defender’s Office as a limited license legal intern as graduating student from the...
Tripling in Strength
After nearly two decades, Gonzaga’s Office of Tribal Relations tripled in size in one season. Last fall, longtime director Wendy Thompson added Leah...
Women Leaders at Gonzaga Share in Jesuit "Connections"
Eight women leaders at Gonzaga share lessons from the field for AJCU Connections magazine
New Name for Gonzaga Institute: Center for the Study of Hate
Gonzaga University formalized the interdisciplinary field of hate studies in 1997 and now marks its 25th year with a new name: the Gonzaga Center for...
Honoring Women Who Bring Hope to the World
On this International Women’s Day, we continue to be inspired some of the many, many women who graduated from Gonzaga and have dedicated themselves to...