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A local waves while carrying bags in Kathmandu

The World is Our Classroom

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.

Building a Legacy

Gonzaga is thriving in many ways. But one important area needing great attention is the University’s endowment.

Searching for Magis

Sarah Schwering, ’04 ’07, reflects on the power of witnessing seven men be ordained in the Society of Jesus.

God Doesn’t Make Crap

Dale Goodwin reflects on the undergraduate commencement messages, not from his usual perspective as Gonzaga storyteller, but from the lens of “Dad.”

Why I Love Gonzaga Basketball

As one of the leaders of Gonzaga’s Denver Chapter of Alumni, Autumn Jones was pretty excited that her city was hosting the Zags in the NCAA tournament this year. But for Jones, and so many others, basketball is but a conduit for the enthusiasm grads have for their alma mater.

Father Joseph Nguyen: Youngest Jesuit on Boone Ave.

Joseph Nguyen, S.J., has joined the Gonzaga faculty in the Religious Studies. As the youngest Jesuit at Gonzaga, he is very excited to hear about the vision for a Jesuit center to draw more Jesuits to Spokane. He tells Gonzaga Magazine more, here.

Blessing Pope Francis

Father Pat Conroy (’77) figured that asking permission to bless Pope Francis was a slam dunk. After all, “He’s always asking people to pray for him.”

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