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.
By Kourtney Schott ‘18 For eight hours, 530 Gonzaga students bounced, shimmied, jived and danced their way past a $62,000 goal, ultimately raising …
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.
Students at Gonzaga know suffering deeply and hide their wounds well. “Suffering & the Soul” opened up a safe place to share, to empathize and to heal in community.
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.
In celebration of Father Barney Coughlin’s 94th birthday, Gonzaga reflects on his 40+ years at the university.
President Thayne McCulloh shares his emphasis on the care of students who struggle emotionally while in college.
Younger generations are still finding their way into priesthood. Here, we learn from Matt Holland (’04), about his calling to join the Jesuits.
Four faculty members – in leadership, education, law and business – share their advice to students on what to read.
Gonzaga Magazine Editor Kate Vanskike reflects on experiences of solidarity around the world and here on campus.