Interacting with reality is one of the key missions of Gonzaga, and Jesuit education broadly. We have to do more than simply acknowledge difference in the world. Instead, we must face it bravely and intimately, on the street level.
Autism specialist, inspirational and instructional speaker, and Gonzaga alumnus Patrick Mulick says that “your attitude is like glitter – good or bad, once it’s somewhere, it’s everywhere.”
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.
By Mike Shields (’84) Here’s to anyone who… …trudged across a muddy Mulligan Field to an 8 a.m. class …lived in The …
Younger generations are still finding their way into priesthood. Here, we learn from Matt Holland (’04), about his calling to join the Jesuits.
For ’05 Dan Futrell, being ambitious and involved comes naturally. His biggest adventure to date took place in late spring 2016, when Dan and a friend set out to find the “black box” of Eastern Air Lines Flight 980.
Timothy Hogan (’81) recalls his time at the Gelli home in Florence with such fondness, he’s championing a scholarship to help more students have that opportunity.
Seventy-one members of the Gonzaga Class of 1971 returned to campus in September for a love-filled fall festival that included golf and bike riding, campus tours and a meal in the COG, a few drinks and many stories. By Marty Pujolar