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Brahiam Villanueva Finds Passion for Writing
After throwing himself into multiple endeavors, graduating senior Brahiam Villanueva ('18) finds his passion at Gonzaga: writing.
Gonzaga Honors Students, Faculty at Awards Event
Gonzaga honors 21 outstanding students, a dozen exemplary faculty members and 11 longtime faculty members who have served with distinction.
Cesar Ortiz Rios ('18) Reflects on Life at Gonzaga
"The best part of going to Gonzaga? Definitely the small class sizes. I feel like I've really connected with the faculty here and also the fellow...
Kyle McCrohan ('18) Reflects on Life at Gonzaga
"I'll miss being in an environment where the number one priority is always learning."
Lindsey Wheat Intends to Leverage Law to Serve Others
From Inkom, Idaho, she hopes to pursue a career as a public defender after graduating from Gonzaga Law on May 12.
Cannonball: A Gift to Gonzaga Grads
Senior speaker Molly Bosch ('18) shares the legacy of St. Ignatius, founder of the Society of Jesus
Jisike: A Nigerian Message of Strength
Nigerian student Nneka Enemkpali addresses the Graduate Commencement at Gonzaga
O'Donovan: Find A Job and What You Truly Care About
President emeritus of Georgetown University, serving as president from 1989 to 2001, Fr. Leo O’Donovan was bestowed Gonzaga’s highest honor, the...
Sen. Cortez Masto Challenges Law Graduates
U.S. Senator Catherine Cortez Masto (D-Nev), a Gonzaga Law alumna, challenges as 2018 Commencement Speaker.
Celebrate: ROTC, Nurses, Volunteers, English Learners
Here are additional ceremonies honoring special achievements as part of Commencement 2018
Aspiring Physician Douglas Kempthorne Aims to Help Others
Gonzaga, he says, he has provided a set of tools to live "an introspective life" -- one for others.
Highlights from Gonzaga's 125th Commencement
Gonzaga conferred 2,083 undergraduate, graduate and law degrees (estimated) at its three 125th commencement exercises May 12-13. Following are...
Asare: This Law Class Had Personality
Gonzaga School of Law Commencement student speaker Benjamin Asare captures the essence of his class.