Contagious Ignatius Spirit Throughout history, the Jesuits have served these purposes, holding tight to what began with St. Ignatius nearly 500 years ago: Finding God in All Things. It’s a spirituality grounded in the belief that God is active in our world, a conviction that spurs us to pursue this presence and help others to do the same. This is Jesuit […]
Marty, Egg McMuffin and Mama JanJan are three of many names Biology students have given to the unique microscopic viruses they have discovered. These future scientists are part of an elite group learning why some bacteria are growing in their resistance to our most trusted weapons against them.
Does Gonzaga’s Catholic, Jesuit mission remain strong? Just ask the student who has breakfast with his favorite Jesuit every month or the alums who attend faith formation events, or the people who look forward to Ignatian reflections at department staff meetings. Gonzaga strives for Magis – the more.
Gonzaga students do amazing things not only in our community and around the world, but right here on campus for their fellow classmates.
Sarah Griffith and Hanna Tolson are fierce competitors in the world of rock climbing. At Gonzaga, they’re roomies. Watch a video to learn how this works out.
Matt Teske (’03) placed an order for a Tesla Model 3 electric car, delivery expected in 12-18 months. But what he’d really like to be driving is a Chevrolet Jolt, an electric car he envisioned based on current technology.
From education and leadership to cancer cures and a film festival in Cannes, France, our faculty’s work extends far beyond campus.
Gonzaga Magazine asked Father Jim Voiss, S.J., (’82) rector of the Jesuit community at Gonzaga and recent interim VP of Mission for the University, to share his views on what Jesuit universities today are facing. Here’s what he had to say. Jesuit universities operate very independently of one another, which promotes individual institutional identity, but does not always result in the most […]