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Just as Intended: Gonzaga Day 2020 from the Fans
A collection of reflections from students, alumni and fans on being a part of Gonzaga Day 2020
Zag Nation Celebrates 8th Gonzaga Day
The Gonzaga community worldwide united on Saturday, Jan. 18 to celebrate their connection to the University on the eighth annual Gonzaga Day.
A Student's Perspective of Model UN
Students in Gonzaga's Model United Nations Club learn about foreign policy,debate, and negotiate pressing world issues.
Preparing Families for Zag Life with Zoom
Gonzaga's Office of Parent and Family Relations use Zoom, Gonzaga's video and web conferencing service, to host a "Zag Life 101" series of webinars....
A Look into What's New at the Next Gen Tech Bar
A Look into what's new at the Next Gen Tech Bar-- Rentals and MORE!
Three Dimensions of Creativity
At the back of the Next Gen Tech Bar sits a small device, which can often be found humming away as it works. This is a 3D Printer, and students,...
Spending Winter in Spokane
The coldest months in Spokane still offer lots to do, whether you're looking to adventure outside or stay cozy indoors.
Giving Thanks: A note from scholarship recipients
Here, four students share their gratitude for the scholarships that make their Gonzaga education possible.
Tilford Triage: Good Fix for Nursing, Human Physiology
Construction in the School of Nursing and Human Physiology creates more opportunities for transformative teaching and learning
3L Rebecca Smith and 2L Bailey Pahang: 2019 Summer Grant Recipients
The Center for Civil and Human Rights selected 3L Rebecca Smith and 2L Bailey Pahang as the 2019 $5,000 summer grant recipients.
Getting Involved with Gonzaga Outdoors
There are tons of ways to explore the Inland Northwest and meet other adventurous Zags through GU Outdoors.
Enjoying Fall in Spokane
Fans of fall can enjoy a variety of ways to enjoy the changing seasons here in Spokane.
Homerathon: Gonzaga’s Most Epic Tradition Unfolds Oct. 4
Students and other community members will take part in an all-day marathon reading of the oldest of the Greek epics, Homer’s “Iliad.” That’s 15,693...