Compiled by Kourtney Schott (’18) We asked Gonzaga Magazine readers for their dating stories, and are happy to present quirky romances from almost every decade since the 50s. 1950s — Dancing the Night Away (as told by Steve Matule, ’56) I met Darlene on the dance floor, April 15, 1955. Over 60 years later we’re still dancing. […]
Sarah Martin (’16) served for eight years in the Army, the only female in a small firefighters unit out of Yakima that also completed a tour in Afghanistan. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, but, truth be told, what she really wants to do is serve veterans. That’s what she did while working on her degree at Gonzaga […]
It was summer and Konner Sauve (’19) was watching the Oregon landscape whiz by the windows of the family car when inspiration hit. He’d just finished his junior year of high school and had been thinking about the typical struggles of that period. What if his fellow students had a little recognition for their unique talents and gifts? What if […]
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 […]
Rajah Bose reviews Railtown Almanac, a collection of stories by students, alums and faculty of local universities; plus, Washington’s Poet Laureate, Tod Marshall, selects a poem for print.
Alums share their career moves and successes in the Fall issue.
Women’s Tennis shows its grit … and humor … in the 2015-16 season.
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.