Andrew Brajcich, grandson of the accounting legend Dan Brajcich, makes a name for himself with hand-tied bowties, humor and deep compassion for students.
The Gonzaga alums who work at St. Madeleine-Sophie School embrace children of all types and abilities.
In the ‘70s Connie Davis (’67) set out to make a difference in the world of disease. Back then, she tackled polio; today, it’s drug-resistant malaria.
“Jesus Christ Superstar,” which came to Magnuson this year, was more than a musical. The power and depth of the production deeply impacted faculty, staff and students.
More than 100 Zags presented original studies at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research in April. More than 3,700 students from across the nation had applied for this opportunity.
Social media is inexorably woven into the fabric of our culture; see how some Gonzaga students and faculty are choosing to engage virtually.
Gonzaga Magazine’s new editor shares first impressions of the Zag culture.
A Jesuit education teaches students to grow in appreciation for what it means to be constructive members of a community.