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Gonzaga Fosters Kayla Gunther's Passion for Research
While Kayla Gunther carries many fond memories of Gonzaga with her following graduation May 13, one recollection stands out that relates directly to...
Megan Carroll: 'Truly One of a Kind'
Meet the dynamo who earned a degree in journalism with an interdisciplinary arts minor in three years and has secured a full-time job.
Nursing Graduate Abby Beck, from Wisconsin, bound for Mayo Clinic
For most people raised in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, Gonzaga is not the first school on their list when it comes to choosing a college. For Abby Beck,...
Olivia Rebro Brings Calm, Compassion to Nursing
Olivia Rebro, who graduated with a bachelor of science degree in nursing from Gonzaga on May 13, is described by one nursing faculty member as a "calm...
The Entrepreneurial Jacob Masters
As a student in Gonzaga's Hogan Entrepreneurial Leadership Program, Jacob Masters knew that he would thrive in an entrepreneurial environment. After...
Zag Grads Shine with Many Gifts
A glimpse of some of the many outstanding students who graduated during Gonzaga University's 125th commencement exercises May 12-13.
Commencement 2018 Photo Galleries
See all the best moments from Commencement 2018 in our Photo Galleries.
Law Students Tackle Environmental Law with Case Against Pend ...
Recent law graduates Maxwell Bridge and Walter Tanner drafted the demand letter sent to PUD on behalf of their clients CANSS and RG*NEW.
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.