Since the beginning of civilization, humans have been sharing their traditions, their folklore and their values as a way of communicating and understanding one another. Storytelling can be a form of entertainment, a link between two people, a way to illustrate a point.
A team of Engineering students is working with the EPA to conceptualize and build a green machine – a relatively inexpensive solution that will hopefully bring an electricity to remote regions of Kenya.
Gonzaga’s Sue Weitz and Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu were shipmates on a Semester at Sea voyage in fall 2010.
Read about Gonzaga fans Marcus Riccelli (‘oo) and Jim Ringwood. This is a web extra from the Fandemonium feature story.
Read Excerpts from six books authored by Gonzaga University Faculty and Alumni.
As this edition of Gonzaga Magazine arrives, the early signs of hopeful spring are beginning to reveal themselves to us; as befits this time of year, within this issue are many wonderful stories of hope, and rebirth, and celebration.
Gonzaga’s Visiting Writers Series spills contemporary poetry and prose into the busy, messy lives of students, faculty and community members, who learn that stories and ideas can give new insight or introduce fresh emotional terrain.
Jane Korn, vice dean and the John D. Lyons Professor at the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law, has been named dean of Gonzaga’s School of Law.