Four faculty members – in leadership, education, law and business – share their advice to students on what to read.
By Megan O’Malley (’17) What happens when you see people suffering from poor diets, you have a business degree and an entrepreneurial …
Dale Goodwin reflects on the undergraduate commencement messages, not from his usual perspective as Gonzaga storyteller, but from the lens of “Dad.”
Junior Megan O’Malley reflects on lessons learned with high schoolers this semester during Comprehensive Leadership Program activities.
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.
We asked Gonzaga professors to answer this question: How do you approach environmental concerns in your academic field?
Through sharing her own mother’s story and hearing others taught junior Venezia Hyland the importance of crucial conversations for any movement toward justice.
By Ben Goodwin (’16) As part of our university requirements, we take at least one semester of a language or culture course. …
Gonzaga writer Eli Francovich was among the 2015 graduates to hear Father Greg Boyle, founder of Homeboy Industries, the nation’s largest gang intervention program. As freshmen in 2011, the graduates read Fr. Boyle’s inspiring best-seller “Tattoos on the Heart: The Power of Boundless Compassion.”
Classrooms of first-year college students are transformative spaces. Here, young people engage writers, texts and ideas to discover new landscapes of meaning.