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Joe Albert Presents 'Personal Identity and Storytelling' March 27
The event, presented by the Greater Gonzaga Guild, is free and open to all.
Volkar Center Supports Student-Athletes
The Volkar Center for Athletic Achievement offers academic support and an interactive walk down the Zags' memory lane of WCC and NCAA tourneys
Through Stories, Michael Larson Aims to Change World
Gonzaga freshman Michael Larson is a natural-born leader driven by his passion for people. He is inspired to pursue a singular but hardly simple goal:...
Welcome Act Six Scholars
The new scholars are urban and community leaders from Spokane, and the Tacoma-Seattle area who will receive full-tuition, full-need and four-year...
How Sweet It Is: Gonzaga Law’s Inaugural Sweetser Closing ...
On February 17, 2018, Gonzaga Law hosted the first annual Sweetser Closing Argument Competition sponsored by the Sweetser Law Office.
'Mind Palace' Captures Students' Imaginations
Computer Science capstone team creating a virtual reality space as a memorization tool.
Duke Professor Neal to Discuss Black Masculinity in U.S. March 20
Professor Mark Anthony Neal will deliver the Powers Chair lecture in talk titled “Devil Wanna Put Me in a Bow Tie: Negotiating Black Masculinity in...
CURCI Provides Research Opportunities to CAS Students from all Disciplines
Research isn't just about STEM; the arts, humanities, and social sciences also provide a wealth of opportunities to explore the human experience, and...
Presidential Speaker Series Welcomes Tarana Burke and Ronan ...
Gonzaga’s Presidential Speaker Series welcomes Tarana Burke, originator of the “Me Too" movement, and journalist Ronan Farrow, who helped break the...
Gonzaga Visiting Writers Series Welcomes Marie Howe March 6
The Gonzaga University Visiting Writers Series continues Tuesday, March 6 with a reading by former New York State Poet Laureate Marie Howe.
From Tragedy to Takeoff - the last snow goose set free
Luke Wilde's course is set after helping to free the lone surviving snow goose of Berkley Pit disaster
Professor Sasley Explores Dilemmas of Israeli Identity
Brent E. Sasley, associate professor of political science at the University of Texas at Arlington, will discuss “Jewish, Israeli, or Middle Eastern?...
Dr. Jason Prapas: Translating Research Into Impact
In the Renourad Distinguished Lecture series, Dr. Prapas of the Tata Institute discussed entrepreneurial endeavors for the common good.
Finding Time for the Classroom and the Community
The feelings of connection and accomplishment we gain from volunteering are reward enough for most of us, but when we have the kind of standout moment...