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
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.
By Megan O’Malley (’17) What happens when you see people suffering from poor diets, you have a business degree and an entrepreneurial …
Sarah Schwering, ’04 ’07, reflects on the power of witnessing seven men be ordained in the Society of Jesus.
By Dale Goodwin (’86) Mike Herzog first set foot on Gonzaga’s campus as a youngster in 1958. Boone Avenue divided the Administration Building from the …
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.
A collection of encounters and memories from the gathering of ZagNation in Las Vegas for the 2016 West Coast Conference Championship
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.”
This Veterans Day, we share the stories of three men who have lived Gonzaga’s mission by rooting themselves in “leadership and service for the common good.”
Johnson remembers digging foxholes, walking from wounded to wounded, watching a C-130 Spooky illuminated by the moon, waiting for rescue.