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Unscripted: Dancing to a different beat
The evolution of dance. Miranda Heckman created a one-of-a-kind dance performance featuring the Spokane River thanks to a community of campus
Unrivaled: Robots with heart
Only a rare intellect wins a Marshall Scholarship, or builds robots to care for the elderly. This recent graduate does both.
Unconditional: A foundation of health
Mara Hazeltine has a passion for health care and the populations she serves.
Untiring: A principal role model
The importance of people and place. Principal Morgen Flowers is making a lasting impression.
Undeterred: Ready for the Challenge
Learning disabilities disguised an incredible mind. Now Madison Rose is helping others facing the same obstacles.
Victoria Indaco applied her classroom knowledge to help build a racecar for entry into two SAE club competitions.
Undivided: An effective RX
Simon and Simeon Menso plan to help cure the doctor shortage in their native country
Gonzaga provides the world-class education and connections needed to become a global environmental expert.
Lecture: ‘Race, News & Right-Wing Populism’
Khadijah White, assistant professor in the department of journalism and media studies at Rutgers University, will discuss, “Race, News and Right-Wing...
Regional Health Partnership Report to the Community
The Regional Health Partnership Report to the Community, released on Feb. 15, 2018, highlights the accomplishments Regional Health Partnership between...
Boston College’s Heyer: ‘A Christian Ethic of Immigration’ Feb. 26
Kristin E. Heyer, professor of theological ethics, will discuss “Cultivating Civic Kinship: A Christian Ethic of Immigration,” at Gonzaga’s Flannery...
In Honor of Mary Katherine Shaw
A talented historian, we remember Mary Katherine Shaw and her legacy in a scholarship that bears her name
Law Students Win Coveted 'Saul Competition' Award in San Francisco
Gonzaga Law's Team Punctual was the winner of the coveted Best Oral Argument award in the Saul Lefkowitz National Trademark Moot Court Competition.
Scholarship Allows Soule to Study in Ghana
Wrane Soule, a Gonzaga psychology major, began studies at the University of Ghana this month thanks to the Benjamin A. Gilman International...