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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.

An Open Letter to Zag Nation

By Mike Shields (’84) Here’s to anyone who… …trudged across a muddy Mulligan Field to an 8 a.m. class …lived in The …

Saving Salish

Johnny Arlee, a member of the Confederation of Salish and Kootenai Rribes of the Flathead Nation, talks Hollywood and his efforts to preserve the language shared by several Native American tribes of the Northwest.

Theatre Magic in Prison

During a visit from actor Sabra Williams, Gonzaga leadership students learned about the power of drama to help those who are incarcerated. The Actors Gang is providing therapy, healing and humor in California prisons.

71 from ’71: Remembering the Good Old Days

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

To Your Health!

By Megan O’Malley (’17) What happens when you see people suffering from poor diets, you have a business degree and an entrepreneurial …

Searching for Magis

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

No Trespassing — A Mission: Possible Memory

During the 2016 Spring Break, more than 100 Gonzaga students spent their time away from school getting dirty, working hard and connecting with women, children and families in need. They traveled to 10 sites across the nation to put the Jesuit mission into action.

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