Gonzaga Magazine Editor Kate Vanskike reflects on experiences of solidarity around the world and here on campus.
Editor Kate Vanskike responds to sentiments from readers who fear the University has lost its way.
How I learned, at a ripe young age, that coffee was about more than the aroma of Grampa’s Folgers and the amounts of sugar I added to it.
Editor Kate Vanskike and author Kimberly Meyer both traded a “bohemian life of exploration” for the adventures of being single moms.
Gonzaga Editor Kate Vanskike shares what students have discussed in “Crucial Conversations,” a place where they – along with faculty and staff – talk about tough topics in a safe and respectful way.
After seeing responses to reflections on Father Tony Lehmann, editor Kate Vanskike shares about her one regret.
Gonzaga Magazine’s new editor shares about the experiences that helped her understand what it means to be a Zag. Among basketball games and concerts, she also enjoyed taking a Critical Thinking class, where young minds learn to process their thoughts and defend their beliefs.