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.
Starting a new life in the U.S. is tough for any immigrant, but even more so for those who don’t speak English. The Summer Language Program helps refugee children feel at home.
The theater has long been hailed as a place for exploration and introspection. Gonzaga’s productions on topics of faith and spirituality have students digging deep.
When Miss Myrtle Woldson died at age 104, she left her estate to Gonzaga. Gonzaga Magazine learns more about this remarkable woman and the things she loved.
Ryan Labar received the first-place grant ($35,000) from the Virginia A. Groot Foundation’s 2015 awards. The foundation specifically supports artists who have exceptional talent in sculpture.
Last May, Kyle McCoy (’01) embarked on one hot journey, a march with a mission. Over seven days, he walked 155 miles across the Gobi Desert in Western China, a trek that has earned inclusion into Time Magazine’s Top 10 Endurance Competitions.
This was the team that put Gonzaga basketball – and, some would argue, Gonzaga University – on the national map. Beginning in ’99, GU has made 17 straight trips to the NCAA tournament. Only Kansas, Duke and Michigan State have longer streaks.