The magazine’s “Table Talk” cover photo model has a food story of her own: She was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes the summer before starting college. Here, she visits with Gonzaga Magazine writer Sidnee Grubb about that discovery. S: Tell us about your journey with diabetes. M: I was diagnosed three months before I was a freshman […]
By Sidnee Grubb (’18) The stakes were higher than the most intense episode of Chopped on The Food Network. Thomas Shelton, or TJ as most call him, was head chef and assistant waiter at a plated lunch for a celebration of the ordination of young Jesuits gathered to converse and reflect on matters of faith. […]
Gonzagans have spoken; the results for the best eats and treats of the Lilac City are in! From burgers to pizza, with cheap eats and close-to-campus digs, Gonzaga Magazine features the best options according to current and former students.* For more information on these restaurants and more check out Savor Dining and Entertainment Guide in […]
By Kourtney Schott (’17) It’s true: There can be too much of a good thing. Take salt, for example. It makes food more flavorful, but sodium can be harmful to our bodies and too much of it can be bad for people prone to high blood pressure or other conditions. The Better Tomorrow Plan, funded by a grant […]
Dale Goodwin – who just celebrated 35 years as Gonzaga’s storyteller – sees the miracle of life and God’s blessings everywhere he looks. By Sidnee Grubb (’18) The clarity of Dale’s memory is astounding. He can remember everyone’s name, any significant date and descriptive history. Every vivid memory contains a story. Every story tells of sunshine through the clouds and the everyday miracle. […]
Literature, spirituality and art are some of the topics that make London Gonzaga’s No. 2 study abroad option. Immersion into the Italian culture has been the heart of Gonzaga in Florence for 50 years, and options expand in countries all over the world.
“We played a lot of Pictionary, which was a great way to communicate with people who don’t speak English,” says Gonzaga-in-Florence alumnus Brian Muegge (’16). “And my classmate Nick Lacey (’16) was a big hit with the kids of our Italian host family. As a result of a childhood accident, he has only four toes on his left foot. That […]
By Sidnee Grubb (’18) On April 3, 1942, the Gonzaga Bulletin released a desperate cry for action titled “Softball and Spirit.” In the midst of WWII, the written rally that ensued was not for political action, global peace or battle strategy reform, but for something sweeter and simpler: a springtime intramural sport. Writer Gus Cozza rallied the student body to […]