Wrapping Up and Waving Good“bike”
Returning the rental bicycles the most poignant moment of leaving Delft.
Kayaking Dutch Waterways
After discussions of what they've learned on the Delft trip so far, the group explores in a new way.
60K Biking Adventure Whitsell
A visit to the Keringhuis, the beach at Monster, and a flood control polder.
Two greenhouses show the Delft group sustainability in horticulture.
A Rainy Dutch Birthday
A group comparison between Holland and Gonzaga's greater Logan neighborhood turned into a birthday celebration.
Rihjswijk's Carbon-Neutral Neighborhoods
Pronounced "rice-vike," this area of Holland has carbon-neutral neighborhoods.
Zags Go to Rotterdam
Gonzaga in Delft travels to a nearby Holland city to see how it uses public spaces.
Outdoor Spaces and Human Connections
Studying sustainable cities includes designing different types of meeting places.
Considering Urbanists of the Past
The Delft class thought through a few ideas from four prominent thinkers in the sustainable city concept.
Zags Visit Utrecht, Holland
What does it take to turn a vehicle-heavy city into a haven for cyclists and pedestrians?
Cycling in Delft
Third day in Holland includes measuring and recording different bicycle paths for alternative travel.
Stroopwafels and Meat Pies
We kicked off our first official day of classes touring the city's bicycle infrastructure.
Damon George Receives 2019 Garrigan Award
Computer engineering graduate Damon George earned the Gonzaga award by maintaining a higher GPA over all four years than any of his fellow Gonzaga...