Time is Money Forget what you know about the Swiss being the only ones to craft fine watches – these Gonzaga graduates have changed the game, just in time! For the past two years, ’10 Aaron Hallerman, Sean Agatep and Tim Nybo have been crafting watches at Vincero (pronounced “ vin-CHAIR-o”) Collective. As friends and roommates at Gonzaga, the trio planned to start […]
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As director of the newly opened Career Center, Kevin Pratt spent 35 years working hard to connect Gonzaga students with resources to pursue their career paths. He loved helping students dig deeper into their calling and identify particular gifts that they care about. “In college, experience changes perspectives,” Pratt says. He developed the Gonzaga Alumni Mentor Program (GAMP), which allows Gonzaga students to connect with alumni who […]
For this dentist, humanitarian work in the Philippines is not what he would consider pulling teeth – it’s a blessing. Patrick Rooney (’71) spent a month this summer aboard the USNS Mercy, a part of Pacific Partnership 2016. With his experience as a Navy hospital corpsman during the Vietnam era, Rooney jumped at the chance to serve when the American Dental Association put […]
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 […]
Alums share their career moves and successes in the Fall issue.
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.
Jenna Mulligan (’15) shares of her experience serving Syrian Refugees through The Starfish Foundation.