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UW-GU Regional Health Partnership Announces New Center in Spokane
A ‘leap forward’ for medical education, health sciences research and innovation.
A collection of reflections from students, faculty and alumni on what makes them happy, brings them joy.
Happy Apps & Positive Psychology
In "Choosing Joy," Gonzaga Magazine provides tips for times when happiness is hard to find
From the Editor: Turning Pain to Joy
What if it's hard to be happy? What if joy is overshadowed by pain?
In The News: Inlander's "Scholastic Fantastic" Features Arpin's ...
Socializing while lonely can actually make us feel worse, Inlander writer Daniel Walters surmises from Sarah Arpin's research
Nurses, Cadets and English Program Grads Recognized at Special Ceremonies
Gonzaga celebrates its nursing, ROTC and English program graduates from the Class of 2019
Ortiz to Grads: Emotional Ride Shows Strength of GU Community
Graduate Commencement Speaker Michael John Ortiz shares with his fellow graduates how the journey to his degree represents the Gonzaga spirit in...
GU Law, Spokane Riverkeeper Present Community Forum April 17 on ...
A panel of experts will discuss the discovered water contamination in Airway Heights
Conference on Pornography Feb. 23
In addition to explaining how brain chemistry is affected by pornography, leading to addiction, national experts will explore its effects on...
Being the Match is Being the Cure
Gonzaga alumna works to raise awareness and engage donors for bone marrow transplants.
Social Consequences of Loneliness
A growing body of research points to loneliness as an impending epidemic with an enormous impact on the health of individuals and society. Gonzaga...
Living Longer & Better: What Dogs May Teach Us
At a Next-Generation Medicine lecture hosted by the UW-Gonzaga Regional Health Partnership, researcher Matt Kaeberlein shares what doctors are...
Zags Hit TEDx Stage, Oct. 6
Six Gonzaga graduates/students share their expertise and inspiration at TEDx Spokane