Quality Provider

By Kourtney Schott ‘18 Imagine for a moment that you’re lying on a hospital bed in one of those oh-so-flattering patient gowns. You’re about to go “under the knife” as they say, and you’re worried. It doesn’t matter whether the operation itself is major or minor because what you’re really scared of is being put […]

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Capital Campaign: Spring Update

$240 million raised 34,000 donors involved 95% of our goal achieved 251 new scholarships created 112,726 financial commitments This is Gonzaga Will. It stretches far beyond the boundaries of our campus, and it extends well past the borders of Spokane. It’s in every mind we’ve opened. Every life we’ve touched. Every incredible accomplishment we’ve achieved – and […]

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Career Moves & Positive Pursuits

Career Moves BRAVE BULLDOGS June 2016 not only marked the 100th anniversary of the Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC), but also the first induction of ROTC alumni into the Army ROTC Hall of Fame. ’62 Jeffry Colliton was recognized for his longtime community service including a stint as Spokane city councilman, and Maj. Gen. Dr. Joseph Caravalho ’79, from the Pentagon, for his distinguished military career as […]

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Wedding Bells & Babies

Wedding Bells Back Where it Began ’11 Megan Hervey and ’11 Zack Berlat met six years ago as Gonzaga students spending a summer in Spokane. By the time classes were back in session, they were inseparable. They also worked together in Student Publications, she as editor-in-chief of Gonzaga Bulletin and he as photography editor. After graduation, they moved to Colorado, where they […]

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Gonzaga Day 02.11.2017

On Feb. 11, we celebrated our fifth annual Gonzaga Day, a day for Zag Nation to celebrate Gonzaga and its impact on our lives and communities, as well as to cheer on both the women’s and men’s basketball teams to victory against Saint Mary’s. More than 2,000 Gonzaga alumni gathered at 30 events. For the first time, […]

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Mystery Zag: Rememering Father Arthur Desault

Father Arthur L. Dussault, S.J. (pronounced due-SO) 1903-1991 Mr. Gonzaga was dean of men, athletic director, director of public relations and alumni coordinator, vice president for university relations and vice president of the university. But most importantly, this beloved priest was friend to thousands of Gonzagans during his 66 years on campus. FOLLOWING ARE READER REFLECTIONS: When I came to Spokane […]

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An Unchosen Journey

From grief to growth, from pain to prevention, Marny Lombard has become a champion for the prevention of suicide following her son’s death. What must colleges – and parents – know and do to help students cope when life gets rough?

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One Heart: The Kinship of Jesuits and Salish Peoples over 175 Years

For 175 years, people of Native American tribes across the Northwest and the Jesuits of this region have enjoyed close kinship. Theirs is a friendship as deep and wide as the land they have shared for nearly two centuries.

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