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Making Our Mission Possible
Faculty from the College of Arts and Sciences share how each discipline instills Gonzaga's mission within students.
Global Engagement in a Digital Age
Dr. Katey Roden and Dr. Rebecca Stephanis utilize unique approaches to integrating digital technologies into their teaching.
Gonzaga Presents World Premiere of Original Play
“Coming Home: A Soldiers’ Project” explores what it’s like to return from war to Spokane and Gonzaga.
Departing UW Med Students Give Gonzaga High Marks
University of Washington School of Medicine students who launched their education at Gonzaga advance to clerkships.
Visiting Writers Series Welcomes Abani Feb. 12
The 2017-18 Gonzaga University Visiting Writers Series continues with award-winning author Chris Abani.
Performance Blending Art, Science Begins Touring Region
Gonzaga students bring Biology Professor Brook Swanson's research to life through integrative dance.
Determined To Make A Difference
Committed to service, sustainability and sweet melodies on the flute, this engineering major has big plans to have a big impact. And with your support...
Madison Rose Aims to Reform Education
Madison Rose ('18) shares how her own adversity has shaped her into an advocate for the learning disabled.
Chuck Murphy, Joe Smith Assume New Leadership Roles
Charles “Chuck” J. Murphy will take on a new role as chief strategy officer at Gonzaga while Joe Smith becomes chief financial officer.
Alumna Halle Goodwin Dances into ‘Dream Job’ with Parkinson’s Foundation
Halle Goodwin has parlayed her love of dance, two Gonzaga University degrees and a desire to be a leader for the common good to secure what she calls...
Steve Forbes to Address ‘How Capitalism Will Save Us’ Feb. 7
“How Capitalism Will Save Us,” 7 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 7 in the Hemmingson Center, open to the public.
Kendra Andrews Lands Washington Post Internship
Junior journalism student looks forward to a paid summer sports reporting internship.
Pioneer Woman: Jane Rinehart
Jane Rinehart is a storyteller. She can weave a verbal tapestry that’s both entertaining and enlightening. But mostly, she chooses to listen.