Today’s Challenges for Jesuit Universities

Gonzaga Magazine asked Father Jim Voiss, S.J., (’82) rector of the Jesuit community at Gonzaga and recent interim VP of Mission for the University, to share his views on what Jesuit universities today are facing. Here’s what he had to say. Jesuit universities operate very independently of one another, which promotes individual institutional identity, but does not always result in the most […]

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Finding Havana

Stephen Paur (’15), went to Cuba to watch a film festival and take photos, both of which were challenged by the reality of tourist footprints.

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Back in the Day: Cataldo Hall

Cataldo Hall holds many stories. Here are just a few.

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Starfish & Syrian Refugees

Jenna Mulligan (’15) shares of her experience serving Syrian Refugees through The Starfish Foundation.

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The Gold Club: Class of 1966 Reunion

Brian McKernan represented the Class of ’66 at the 2016 Commencement ceremony this year. Find out why.

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On Gerri Craves & Her Ignatian Spirit

Gerri Craves receives the 2016 Ignatian Spirit Award.

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Rivers and Roads: The journey of becoming a filmmaker

Producer/director Bill Pohlad (’78) is proud of the success of major movies such as “Brokeback Mountain” and “Twelve Years a Slave.” Learn about his approach to taking on the complex story of Brian Wilson in “Love and Mercy.”

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The Dancing River

How does a student combine her loves of dance, biology and education into one dazzling and informative lesson about the Spokane River? Watch a short video to see how Miranda Heckman (’16) puts it all together for local elementary students.

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