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Being Green and More Responses to the Editor
Readers share their responses to Gonzaga Magazine's Spring 2019 issue.
Judith Mayotte Challenges Graduates to Address Climate Change
The humanitarian, author and spokesperson for refugees worldwide, said the Earth is at a turning point due to the rapidly advancing ecological crisis...
Sustainability Q&A: JJ Doria
JJ Doria ('21, Electrical Engineering) spearheads the student push to add more solar panels to Gonzaga campus buildings.
A Compost Worm's Dream
VIDEO: From the paper to the printer, choices for Gonzaga Magazine show our earth-friendly values
Care for Our Common Home
Learn how Gonzaga seeks to improve the ways students, faculty and alumni are helping to protect the special places where we live, work and play.
12 Ways to Enjoy a Sustainable Lifestyle
Simple ways to make a difference in the health of our planet.
Jesuit, Catholic Views on Care of the Earth
Fr. Colgan, a Jesuit priest working among those who serve at Gonzaga University, G-Prep, Saint Aloysius Parish and SEEL (Spiritual Exercises in...
Let's Talk: Meaningful Conversation about Climate Change
Sustainability, climate change and global warming are all terms that can be politically charged. How do we have meaningful conversation about them?
Sustainability: Faculty Focus
Joshua Schultz and Alex Maxwell, assistant professors in the School of Engineering and Applied Science, provide practical experience in sustainability...
Sustainability: Campus Updates
What's Gonzaga doing to support renewable energy sources like sun, wind and water power?
Sustainability Efforts in News & Stories
Following are headlines made by Gonzaga faculty, students and guest experts, contributing to greater understanding of Care for Our Common Home
The Fabric of "A New Season"
Leslie Stamoolis, costume designer for "A New Season," shares the inspiration and process for designing and sewing 150 looks for the Woldson...
Gonzaga’s Bee Campus USA Certification Renewed
Gonzaga became a Bee Campus USA designee in 2017 — the first educational institution in the state to do so.
GU Law, Spokane Riverkeeper Present Community Forum April 17 on ...
A panel of experts will discuss the discovered water contamination in Airway Heights