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Starting Points: Dispatches from Colby Box 1 and Points Farther West

“Perhaps the thing I value most about the work of immersion and accompaniment is that it helps us work those muscles that root us to our place in the world. Not because we retreat further into our own identity but because we begin to clarify how we might live in relationship to others who aren’t like us.” – Jeff Dodd

Not Giving Up On Burundi

Refugees. Conflict. Navigating resettlement for displaced people in Africa. For Gonzaga senior Ladd Serwat, it starts with humility.

Building a Legacy

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

water color of sea turtle by Marionette Taboniar

Getting Honu Home

A trip to Hawaii – and a rare encounter with a green sea turtle – left a lasting impression on Rol Herriges (’57).

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 …

Dancing for the Kids Who Can’t

By Kourtney Schott ‘18 For eight hours, 530 Gonzaga students bounced, shimmied, jived and danced their way past a $62,000 goal, ultimately raising …

Battling the Border: A lesson in immigration justice

Although there are many complexities as to why migration has become criminalized at the U.S.-Mexico border, a short week there reaffirmed my belief that – regardless of where you stand on the issue – people who are migrating are just that, people.

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