Three Gonzaga Alums: WeVorce, Jazz & Baseball

MICHELLE CROSBY: The Children Come First with WeVorce Michelle Crosby (J.D. ’01) is building WeVorce, a new way to divorce. WeVorce focuses on families who want the best for their children. In fact, Crosby’s entire career in law rests on the needs of the children. She tells new clients, “You are always going to be […]

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We want to hear from YOU!

Which stories do you most look forward to seeing in Gonzaga Magazine? What photos or features made you want to sit down and enjoy a few more minutes with us? Send a letter to the editor and you could see yourself in print.

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Her Magazine Gave You a Hug, Not a Handshake

A tribute to outgoing editor Marny Lombard Red-framed glasses; wardrobe draped in earthy tones heavy in reds, greens and oranges; tough, warm and weathered hands of a woman who has worked hard all her life. This is Marny Lombard. She loves horses and dogs, thinks big and broad, sees the ordinary story and makes the […]

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Visiting Writer Series

Exposing students to professionals while fueling their passion.

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The Healing Art of Skateboarding

Sophomore Will Stephan and Native American skateboard artist and activist Todd Harder share how skateboarding preserves their sanity.

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Botany Fieldwork

A summer-only botany class takes students out of the classroom and into the field.

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Turning an Internship Into a Job

Senior and Kennel Club President Sara Wendlend turned a Nike summer internship into a full-time job – before she’s even graduated.

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Addicted to Service

Jim Mansfield, Gonzaga’s dean of admissions from 1969 to 1987, has driven more than 90,000 miles as a volunteer for the Inland Northwest Blood Bank.

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