A trip to Hawaii – and a rare encounter with a green sea turtle – left a lasting impression on Rol Herriges (’57).
By Kourtney Schott ‘18 For eight hours, 530 Gonzaga students bounced, shimmied, jived and danced their way past a $62,000 goal, ultimately raising …
What does it mean to be silent? 2015 grad and former Gonzaga Magazine writer Eli Francovich tells us what he learned during silence in the desert and a trek through Nepal.
Corey Tanaka, ’16, shared his lessons on time during his commencement address to the Class of 2016.
Brian Doyle, editor of University of Portland’s alumni magazine and author of essays, writes about the mysteries and wonders of life on on Catholic university campus.
by Falesha Ankton, Regional Development Director University Advancement at Gonzaga My heart was pounding intensely as I looked up at the crowd of 12,000. This feeling …
Professor Joe Albert loves helping people tell their stories. And whose story doesn’t include some struggle and pain? Here, he talks about the way we grow stronger when we face life’s challenges.
Being elected senior commencement speaker was a fitting finale for storyteller Jess Clement. Wanting to study virtually everything, Jess eventually found her niche in broadcast journalism and theatre arts.
Throughout my life, I did not realize the number of sacrifices my parents have made for my sister and me, and I am so thankful for everything they have done to ensure that we could have better lives than what they were given.
Accompaniment is not about giving service to the people, as a traditional charity would, but about serving alongside them in a relationship of mutual reciprocity. Students learn this first hand in annual trips to Zambia.