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Science in Action!: Combining Service and Education
Every passion starts somewhere—and Gonzaga’s Science in Action! program seeks to inspire Spokane youth to fall in love with science and critical...
Science Wiz Chad Hicks: Alumnus for Others
Chad Hicks (’18), a gifted science scholar, is helping to introduce the magic of science to youngsters while he pursues a Ph.D. at Johns Hopkins...
How Did Hector and Yolanda Meet?
Two different activists, brought together in Tijuana after deportation, are working to support mothers and veterans victimized by border conflicts.
Conference on Pornography Feb. 23
In addition to explaining how brain chemistry is affected by pornography, leading to addiction, national experts will explore its effects on...
Gonzaga Theatre & Dance Presents 'The Vagina Monologues' Feb. 14
The play by Eve Ensler is part of V-Day 2019, the international nonprofit movement based on the play.
Gonzaga Hosts ‘Teach-In on Civil Rights’ on MLK Day
Speakers discussed issues including housing discrimination in Spokane’s history, and the life and legacy of GU alumnus and civil rights attorney Carl...
Zag Nation Focuses on Service for 7th Gonzaga Day
Service to the community is the rallying theme for Gonzaga supporters on Saturday, Feb. 9 for the seventh annual Gonzaga Day.
Building a Learning Community for Immigrants & Refugees
Through English as a Second Language courses, master's students and Spokane immigrants and refugees learn together.
Fellows from Laos and Cambodia spent three weeks in Spokane. Here, they ask GU students what they have learned about leadership through service.
Gonzaga President Thayne McCulloh says Sharp Ave. collaborations are just the beginning
Being the Match is Being the Cure
Gonzaga alumna works to raise awareness and engage donors for bone marrow transplants.
'Just a poor kid' Mark O'Donnell Serves Youth and Seniors
The Northwest Pilot Project recognizes Mark O’Donnell (’65) for his service to the organization, which provides affordable housing to seniors in...
No Limits to Virtual Impact
Robyn Harder's love for Gonzaga began when she enrolled in an online master's program from her home in Pennsylvania.
Alumnae Reid Sisters Shine at Intel
Recent Gonzaga graduates Marisa and Sierra Reid, sisters three years apart, are on the fast track at Intel, where they took center stage when the tech...