Students, faculty and staff traveled the world to learn about the Opus Prize finalists – and they brought home the true prizes: greater knowledge, understanding and compassion.
Gonzaga hosts the $1 million Opus Prize award ceremony in October, honoring a faith-based humanitarian entrepreneur.
The core of Father Coughlin’s ministry? He finds joy in befriending others.
Michael Gurian (’80) shares wisdom on raising girls and boys in today’s complex world.
If you study abroad at Stellenbosch University’s Learning, Sustainability & Community Engagement Program, be prepared to experience the magical variations of now.
Biology students and their professor research the urban habits of Spokane’s yellow-bellied marmots.
Give a student a manuel typewriter. Add the gift of extra time. And see what happens.
The process of helping students understand what God wants for them demands that they wrestle with real life issues – complex, timeless and profound. This is how Gonzaga students discern who they are to become.