Engineering Dean Steve Silliman’s freshman seminar class combines the technical and the altruistic.
Archive for Spring 2014
The Church of St. Ignatius of Loyola in Rome reflects globalism from the earliest years of the Society of Jesus.
Leading Gonzaga’s new Native American Studies program is a tribal scholar whose life bears the influence of sovereignty, treaties and allies.
Fire Chief Randy Mirowski (’11 M.O.L), a lifelong leader and educator, unites thought, word and deed.
Former students remember the beloved Dr. Bud Hazel, whose teaching built upon the power of kindness and encouragement.
Thomas Kraus, 24, was born and raised in Colorado Springs, Colo. He is a first lieutenant in the Army. In 2013 he won the Fort Bliss Soldier Volunteer of the Year Award.
Thirty percent of college students nationwide in 2011 reported feeling “so depressed that it was difficult to function,” researchers have found.