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White Space and Slowing Down: Poet giovanni singleton
Visiting Writer giovanni singleton discusses life as a poet, experimentation with form and her writing inspirations.
Bloomsday: An Entrepreneur’s Story
Entrepreneur Don Kardong tells the story of Spokane’s annual Lilac Bloomsday Run.
President's Message: Moving Forward
President Thayne McCulloh shares his message on moving forward.
Resiliency: Making it to Round 10
Rick Clark ('19) shares his story, from being a high school dropout to graduating from Gonzaga and starting a nonprofit.
GU Mock Trial: A Story of Grit in the Face of Adversity
Gonzaga University is known as the proverbial underdog that manages great success from a smaller pool of resources than many of its competitors, and...
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...
Military Surgeon, Education Leader & Humanitarian to Speak at ...
Retired Maj. Gen. Joseph Caravalho, Jr., M.D., a Gonzaga alumnus with a distinguished military career, will deliver the keynote at the undergraduate...
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...
Afrofuturism - Inclusive Technological Innovation
Dr. Woodrow W. Winchester, III, shared ways to consider all humanity when designing tech.
Alumna Brenna Greene Blazes Trail in Sports Broadcasting
Greene (’14) demonstrates that the role of women in sports broadcasting is growing — if slowly.
Sen. Janelle Sarauw ('14) Grateful for Leadership Education
The U.S. Virgin Islands senator says servant leadership at GU makes a difference
It’s Graduation – Now What?
As a mentor to students graduating this spring, 2013 Gonzaga University alumna Kristie Infantine offers some practical advice.
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...