At spots all across the nation, and even a few far-flung corners of the globe, Zags everywhere gathered recently to celebrate what is likely to become a new tradition: National Gonzaga Day. They came together to honor all of the things, like faith and service, that have made Gonzaga so special for the past 125
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By: Mike Kelsey ’10, ’12 Gonzaga Chapter Program & Alumni Association Students, faculty, staff, parents, and alumni have a lot of maxims, mottos, sayings, and adages that we live by as members of the Gonzaga community. “Go Zags!” can be heard anytime of the year, on or off the court or field as words of
Gonzaga University’s Kennel Club is honored to have an amazing student body that cares so much about this University and the culture here.
Dear Families, Homecoming week is a longstanding tradition at Gonzaga that celebrates our campus community and its traditions and it will be here very soon! This year’s theme is “Keeping the Tradition Alive.” We are going back to our roots and getting in touch with our inner Zags! So what does this mean for you?
There is no official definition of what it means to be a Zag, but you know just what it means. As a Gonzaga parent, you are part of a special community of people who embrace the Jesuit mission and see the potential in others. There is a heartwarming tradition of pride, service and spirit at
On behalf of the Gonzaga Alumni Office we would like to welcome new parents into our Zag family! March Madness is around the corner and the men’s and women’s basketball teams will be taking the stage participating in the WCC Tournament in Las Vegas March 5th – 8th. We hope you’ll join in and embrace
Our team of Telefund student callers reached out and you were there. Gonzaga parents gave more than $800,000 this semester in response to the University’s Parents and Family Campaign, most of which was through the Telefund!
A tradition of camping in line for big games dates to 2000, the year after Gonzaga went to the Elite Eight quarterfinals of the NCAA Tournament for basketball. Today the tradition continues; students began camping in line Sunday for big games against Washington State University and Wake Forest University. On Sundays before home games, the University releases
Today students that were hanging around the Crosby Student Center were treated to an impromptu short performance. The Big Bing Theory, more commonly known as BBT, is a student-run club made up of 14 students who hail from all over the country, collaborate and have a passion for music.
We would like to invite you, as parents, to join a chapter in your area. Doing so will help you stay engaged with GU by attending events like BBQs, game-watches and networking socials.