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.
Archive for Winter 2016
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.
A new partnership seeks to revitalize a sense of community in the East Central neighborhood. Ellen Picken, a local artist who orchestrated the painting of a mural there, says the colorful cinderblock wall represents the moment when strangers became friends. Watch the community-building in action.
Did you miss Gonzaga’s second all-Zag, all-class reunion, Zagapalooza? Click here to see photo galleries from Zagapalooza weekend, and our Gonzaga Will Campaign Kickoff.
What do these professors in English, Physics, Chemistry and Religious Studies have in common?
Gonzaga holds the largest collection of Bing Crosby memorabilia. Here is just a sampling of items on display.
Becca Padilla (’16) collects pinecones. So it’s no surprise that they are often the objects of her art. But there’s more to the pinecone than what meets the eye.