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Mythbusting! Native American History and Contemporary Issues Lecture April 8

Mythbusting! Native American History and Contemporary Issues Lecture April 8

Posted on March 30, 2015

SPOKANE, WASH. – Gonzaga’s Director of Native American Studies and Assistant Professor of History Laurie Arnold will give the 2015 History Department Art and Craft of History Lecture this semester. Her lecture, entitled “Mythbusting! Native American History and Contemporary Issues,” is set for Wednesday, Apr. 8 at 5:30 p.m. in Jepson Center’s Wolff Auditorium. Arnold, […]

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Zags Jazzed for Chance to Advance to Elite Eight

Zags Jazzed for Chance to Advance to Elite Eight

Posted on March 26, 2015

HOUSTON – On the eve of their Sweet 16 matchup Friday against 11-seed UCLA at the NRG Stadium, No. 2-seed Gonzaga took part in a shoot-around today and met with the media. Coach Mark Few, who did a handstand in the locker room after the Zags beat Iowa on Sunday, said the Bulldogs are excited.

Houston Chapter of Alumni Association Takes Flight

Houston Chapter of Alumni Association Takes Flight

Posted on March 26, 2015

HOUSTON – Desean Garnett, an attorney and Gonzaga University undergraduate alumnus, is the first president of the burgeoning Houston Chapter of the Gonzaga Alumni Association. He sees plenty of growth ahead for this 10-member chapter launched only five months ago in the nation’s fourth most-populated city.

Gonzaga Women ‘Bring It Home’ to Benefit Community

Gonzaga Women ‘Bring It Home’ to Benefit Community

Posted on March 25, 2015

SPOKANE, Wash. – It’s a little thing, but these little things add up. Every time Gonzaga’s Sweet 16-bound women’s basketball team checked out of a hotel this season, the players have collected all the complimentary toiletries – the shampoos, soaps, lotions and conditioners – and donated them to Catholic Charities Spokane.

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Undergraduates Practice Research

Undergraduates Practice Research

Posted on March 20, 2015

Next month, more than 100 Gonzaga students will present research projects to thousands of peers at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research. More than 3,700 students submitted proposals for this opportunity. Read about one Gonzaga biology major and what research has meant to her.

Foley Library ‘Slam Dunk’ Exhibit Displays Basketball Highlights

Foley Library ‘Slam Dunk’ Exhibit Displays Basketball Highlights

Posted on March 19, 2015

  SPOKANE, WASH. – In celebrating this year’s NCAA basketball tournament, Gonzaga University’s Foley Center presents “Slam Dunk: GU Basketball Highlights.” The display celebrates the success of Gonzaga’s men’s and women’s basketball teams over the years with more than 30 items from the University Archives and Special Collections. The display is located on the main […]

National Player of Year Finalist Kyle Wiltjer on School, Service, and Career

National Player of Year Finalist Kyle Wiltjer on School, Service, and Career

Posted on March 17, 2015

SPOKANE, Washington – Gonzaga University forward Kyle Wiltjer, a finalist for two national player of the year awards, hopes to play in the NBA some day and has a long-term career vision involving the master’s of business administration degree that he began this spring.

Aspiring Surgeon Erin Pazaski Blends Art, Science

Aspiring Surgeon Erin Pazaski Blends Art, Science

Posted on March 12, 2015

Gonzaga senior Erin Pazaski’s life represents an ideal balance of the arts and sciences. This aspiring orthopedic surgeon studies biology and picks up her trumpet to root and toot the Zags to victory as part of the Bulldog Band.

Zags Beat BYU 91-75 to Capture WCC Tourney, Advance to NCAA Tournament

Zags Beat BYU 91-75 to Capture WCC Tourney, Advance to NCAA Tournament

Posted on March 10, 2015

LAS VEGAS (AP) – Kyle Wiltjer had 18 points and 10 rebounds, helping No. 7 Gonzaga shoot its way past Brigham Young 91-75 Tuesday night for the Zags’ third straight West Coast Conference tournament title.