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Reading by Pulitzer Winner Yusef Komunyakaa Canceled
SPOKANE, Wash. – The 2017-18 Gonzaga University Visiting Writers Series reading on Thursday, Jan. 25 by American poet, educator and scholar Yusef...
The Importance of a Strong Teacher Recommendation
A strong teacher recommendation letter can boost your application and help us get to know you.
Mitchell Davey Studies Zambian Choral Music, Thanks to Research Fellowship
Research focuses on the musical, sociological and ethical implications of Zambian choral music.
Common Grounds - This is Not a Game
As part of a student-directed game show, participants find common ground while discussing divisive issues.
Jundt Art Museum to Host Juried Landscape Exhibition This Summer, ...
Jundt Art Museum is accepting submissions through Jan. 29. for its inaugural Inland Northwest Juried Landscape Art Exhibition.
Renouard Lecture Features Dr. Thomas Pratt
Dr. Thomas Pratt, Research Professor at the University of Notre Dame’s Department of Electrical Engineering, began the academic year’s Renouard...
The Music Issue - Faculty Fugue
Gonzaga Magazine celebrates the magic of music. In this first story, it's all about our fine faculty.
The Music Issue - Engineering Music
Gonzaga Magazine showcases students who combine music with other passions, like engineering.
The Music Issue - Soulful Sounds
Music therapist and educator Beth Rousseau inspires students to help others achieve better quality of life
The Music Issue - Symphonic Students
Gonzaga Magazine's music issue puts the spotlight on five students leaving their mark with vocal and instrumental talents
The Music Issue - Alumni as Educators
Gonzaga University music graduates go on to teach in regional and international schools.
The Music Issue - Hymns of Healing
Gonzaga Magazine's Music issue celebrates the healing nature of music for hospital patients and war veterans alike.
The Music Issue - Powerful Language
In Gonzaga Magazine's music issue, we explore the universality of music as students visit Colombia and Zambia.
New Core Gives Life to Faculty, Students
Faculty finding new, innovative ways of designing, delivering courses through first-year seminars.