Being a dad is a high calling with great expectations – a role that some men find easier than others. For men who have no biological ties to a child they love, Father’s Day can be a harsh reminder of where they belong – and where they don’t. As we honor all dads, we listen to one grad’s experience finding his way as a stepparent.
Inspired by a candy wrapper, Gonzaga alumnus Lauren Zeutenhorst pursued her longtime dream of running the Boston Marathon, even after a concerning diagnosis.
“We don’t realize how sheltered we are in the U.S. We don’t realize how good we have it.”
Tyler Hobbs (’12) reflects on experiences at an LA High School and lessons for others entering social justice volunteer service after graduation.
On a trip to the heart of the civil rights movement, student Olivia Moorer learned the hard truth of her own heritage … and what God wants her to do with it.
Corey got out of his Chevy Impala and came to us with a message: “Sometimes y’all gotta test your blood and see where you come from. I come from here. But it might surprise you that we’re all the same.”
“Perhaps the thing I value most about the work of immersion and accompaniment is that it helps us work those muscles that root us to our place in the world. Not because we retreat further into our own identity but because we begin to clarify how we might live in relationship to others who aren’t like us.” – Jeff Dodd
Refugees. Conflict. Navigating resettlement for displaced people in Africa. For Gonzaga senior Ladd Serwat, it starts with humility.
Gonzaga is thriving in many ways. But one important area needing great attention is the University’s endowment.
A trip to Hawaii – and a rare encounter with a green sea turtle – left a lasting impression on Rol Herriges (’57).