Refugees. Conflict. Navigating resettlement for displaced people in Africa. For Gonzaga senior Ladd Serwat, it starts with humility.
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.
President Thayne McCulloh shares a new vision for Mission leadership and a new home for Jesuits.
Seventy-seven years a Jesuit, Fr. Frank Costello died May 23. He left the world a better place.
On April 14, 2016, Gonzaga University honored Gerri Craves and her late husband Bob with the Ignatian Spirit Award. Here, we learn about Gerri’s love for students and the Jesuits, and her hopes for Gonzaga.
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 …
In February, GU and University of Washington signed an agreement to form a partnership that will enhance and expand medical education in Spokane.
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.
Donn Thompson played on the 1947 baseball team that was Gonzaga’s first in 15 years, due largely to the Depression and World War II. The field was makeshift and a shower absent for this group of players. The 2015 Zags invited Donn back to Patterson Baseball Complex, and even more amazing to Thompson than this fabulous baseball stadium, dugout and clubhouse was the class and positive approach to life that these young men brought to the cause. “It was better than Christmas,” Donn said as he and wife Dude walked off the field. Read Donn’s reflections on yesteryear, and his impressions of baseball today, and learn the lessons Coach Mark Machtolf and his players took away from the visit.
Despite shifts in higher education trends, several important things have not changed. The world still needs well-educated, intelligent, creative, ethical and hard-working women and men who feel a sense of responsibility to positively impact their communities.