Divorce is a fundamentally traumatic experience. Alum Michelle Crosby designed a system to ease the blow.
Archive for Spring 2015
In the 60s, a group of guys played intramurals. They won some, they lost some. 50 years later they’re still best buds.
Honoring the life of a compassionate Spokane philanthropist.
Andrew Brajcich’s trademark bowtie gives him a distinct style, and is a conversation starter.
Gonzaga’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program is a 15-year-old effort that connects students needing real-world accounting practice with low-income families who need professional tax help.
Last summer hundreds of children from around the globe converged on campus. They were here to participate in Gonzaga’s annual summer language camp. A collaborative effort between the Spokane school district and Gonzaga, this unique experience provides local children, many of them refugees, with invaluable English language instruction and immersion.