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"The New Jim Crow" Author Michelle Alexander to Speak
New York Times bestselling author Michelle Alexander will speak in a webinar for the Gonzaga community during Black History Month
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...
Diversity Monologues 2022
Check out more information about Gonzaga's 12th annual Diversity Monologues event happening this spring.
Vlog: Life as a Zag with Maxine Reyes
Get a glimpse into Maxine's life as a current Gonzaga University student.
Gonzaga offers course on ‘Why People Hate’
The new course "Why People Hate" was reintroduced in 2021 and is a way for students to explore the importance of human dignity.
Gonzaga University journal tackles ‘Hate Amid the Pandemic’
Gonzaga University’s Journal of Hate Studies has published a special edition titled “Hate Amid the Pandemic” ahead of the university’s international...
Bringing the World to GU
How we welcome and support international students at Gonzaga
Rescuing the World
Guam native, lawyer and activist Julian Aguon talks about his first book with fellow indigenous author Tommy Orange
Terry and Patt Payne Empower Students with Major Scholarship Gift
How the Paynes' extraordinary generosity is helping Gonzaga realize its commitment to education for all.
Lavender Mass 2021
Check out this recap of Gonzaga University's Lavender Mass, an annual event meant to support LGBTQ+ campus community members through faith.
Mastering Higher Education: Charlita Shelton
Although she's only been here two years, Charlita Shelton is making tangible differences as President Thayne McCulloh's chief of staff.
Jewish Community Celebrates Torah Gift
A copy of the Torah – the sacred text of the Jewish faith – arrived at Gonzaga in October, thanks to generous donors to the Gonzaga’s and Spokane...
Pathways for Healthy Livelihoods
How one alum is working with partners in Kenya to develop educational and career pathways for the local community.