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Gonzaga Student-Athlete Success 101
While Gonzaga University is well-known for its high-flying men’s and women’s basketball teams, less conspicuous is the elite academic performance of...
Kispert: A Man for All Seasons
Corey Kispert remains humble and a team-player in the face of massive success.
Attorney General, GU Law Host Environmental Justice Symposium
On March 23 and 24, State Attorney General Bob Ferguson and Gonzaga University School of Law will convene a symposium to discuss environmental justice...
Preserving Memories on the Mount
Thanks to the generosity of several Gonzaga alumni, the Jesuit Cemetery underwent beautification to honor those lying at rest.
Grace for the Taking
Gonzaga Magazine Editor Kate Vanskike shares a bit of hope from an old hymn.
Reevaluating Assumptions & Answering the Call
“My experience in prison ministry made me more humble and more aware of the need for leaders to meet people wherever they are, suspending judgement...
‘COVID-19: Perspectives from Theology, Bioethics, and Population Health’
Gonzaga’s Spring Flannery Webinar will feature a panel discussion titled, “COVID-19: Perspectives from Theology, Bioethics, and Population Health,”...
Connect with Others on Inauguration Day
Several Gonzaga departments offer space to members of the campus community to connect and dialogue on inauguration day.
Meals in the Margins: When Service Leads to Relationship
“We are very much meeting a need when we go out, and that’s important. But we have found that what is even more important is when service leads to...
One Zag's Special Message of Gratitude
His parents taught him to "do the best with the gifts you're given," so Nicholas is doing exactly that with the gifts from Zag Nation.
Sodexo Lends a Hand to Northeast Neighbors
Sodexo Food Services at Gonzaga is joining forces with the University’s Center for Community Engagement to provide more than a dozen pallets of...
Journal of Hate Studies Seeks Submissions, Special Forum on ‘Pandemania’
The Gonzaga University Institute for Hate Studies is seeking submissions for Volume 17 of its Journal of Hate Studies, which will feature a forum on...
Voting as a Just Society: Three-part series hosted by Mission and Ministry
A series of lectures was put on by the Office of Mission and Ministry to explore elections in light of Catholic Social Thought.
Leadership Strategies to Counter Hate
This summer, students in Gonzaga University's School of Leadership Studies shared their diverse perspectives and collective commitment to social...