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Gonzaga Art Faculty Exhibition Opens Jan. 26
The Jundt Art Museum will feature the work of full-time GU art department faculty Mary Farrell, Matt McCormick, Mat Rude and Laura Truitt in an...
Going My Way: The Bing Crosby Museum at GU
Did you know Bing Crosby was a student at Gonzaga? His boyhood home sits on the university campus.
Candlelight Christmas Concerts Dec. 7-8
The 125 singers of the four Gonzaga University Choirs, along with Spokane Brass Quartet, will perform their annual Candlelight Christmas Concerts in...
Gonzaga alumni share their pilgrimage experiences on the Camino de Santiago in Spain
Advancing Film with Matt McCormick
Film festival veteran Matt McCormick aids Gonzaga in developing visual literacy and filmmaking
Whale Stories and More from Poet Sierra Golden
As part of the Gonzaga Visiting Writers Series, Sierra Golden (’09) read from her new collection, "The Slow Art."
Get Your 2019 Gonzaga Donor Calendar
Find out how you can receive your own 2019 Gonzaga calendar.
N.Y. Times Journalist Nicholas Kristof Discusses Threats to Free Press
Pulitzer Prize-winner Nicholas Kristof of The New York Times told a Gonzaga University audience Monday night that quality journalism and the role of a...
Alumna Golden Reads Poetry at Visiting Writers Series Oct. 18
Award-winning poet Sierra Golden will read from her collection, “The Slow Art,” at 7 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 18 in the Jepson Center’s Wolff Auditorium.
Greater Gonzaga Guild Presents ‘Why Our Tech-Driven World Needs ...
Kirk Besmer, Gonzaga professor of philosophy and the Arnold Chair, will present at 10:30 a.m., Tuesday, Oct. 23; free, open to the public
Arnold Professor Besmer: Why Society Needs the Humanities
Professor Kirk Besmer delivered his Arnold installation lecture, "Why our Tech-Driven Lives Need the Humanities," to a packed Jundt Lounge gathering...
Laurie Arnold Discusses Native American West, Columbia Plateau ...
The lecture by Arnold, a history professor and director of Gonzaga's Native American Studies program, is free and open to all
Bonni Dichone: Math Professor by Day, Artist by Night
After work, Dichone the artist comes out to perform for Spokane in dance, acting and music
Washington Center for the Book Honors Tod Marshall for ‘WA 129’ ...
Marshall and the poets in “WA 129” to receive the “Washington Voices Award” in recognition of its contribution to the state’s literary landscape