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Finding Common Grounds
Amid life’s wild balancing act, it is too easy to schedule our most meaningful relationships into a free time slot in our planner instead of letting...
The Music Issue - Soulful Sounds
Music therapist and educator Beth Rousseau inspires students to help others achieve better quality of life
The Music Issue - Hymns of Healing
Gonzaga Magazine's Music issue celebrates the healing nature of music for hospital patients and war veterans alike.
Professor Molly Kretchmar-Hendricks Co-Authors Book on Successful ...
SPOKANE, Wash. – Molly Kretchmar-Hendricks, Gonzaga University professor of psychology and University Core director, and Janet C. Mann, director of...
Falesha Ankton shares the lessons of hard-fought wins in track and field
Alumna Nicole Bush Discusses Impact of Early Life Stress Nov. 1
SPOKANE, Wash. – Gonzaga University’s Center for Undergraduate Research and Creative Inquiry welcomes its first Distinguished Alumni Researcher,...
Carly Duffy ('12) embarked on a medical mission to Brazil to serve poverty-dense region of the Amazon
Because She Could
Lauren Zeutenhorst doesn't let MS stop her - not even from running the Boston Marathon
Putting People to Sleep
A 2012 graduate of Gonzaga's School of Nursing and Human Physiology shares about her career in Nursing Anesthesia
Table Talk: Wash Your Bowl
Themes of gratitude and thoughtfulness permeate the Spring 2017 food issue of Gonzaga Magazine.
Table Talk: Feeding Giants
Gonzaga Magazine shares how athletic trainers ensure basketball giants Przemek Karnowski and Zack Collins receive adequate nutrition.
Table Talk: Healthy Bites
Gonzaga Professor of Nursing Neva Crogan provides input on some of today's food fads
Table Talk: When Food Transforms Chaos to Community
Father Steve Hess reflects on the 2008 Spokane snowstorm and how food transformed chaos to community
Table Talk: The Cog
COG is short for "Circles Omnium Gonzagaorum" - the student dining hall and popular gathering place.