SPOKANE, Wash. – Gonzaga University science student David Ahern hopes to become a physician some day but could also pursue a career as a professional writer. Ahern recently won first place in the Norton Writer’s Prize competition for an essay from his English 101 class in spring semester 2016.
View the keynote speech delivered by priest, journalist and author Father James Martin, S.J., at Gonzaga University’s undergraduate commencement ceremony Sunday, May 8.
Gonzaga University honored Geraldine “Gerri” and Bob Craves with its Ignatian Spirit Award on Thursday, April 14 at the ninth annual Ignatian Gala at the John J. Hemmingson Center Ballroom. The Craves were recognized for their leadership and lifelong dedication to the Jesuit ideals of helping others through education.
Inspired by Gonzaga’s hosting of the Opus Prize last fall to recognize some of our world’s top humanitarians, rising junior Aaron Danowski is helping a 22-year-old Indian “untouchable” man achieve his dream of studying at Gonzaga.
SPOKANE, Wash. – Students from Gonzaga University’s School of Engineering and Applied Science, under the direction of staff engineer Beau Grillo, are rebuilding a donated 1978 golf cart to benefit the KXLY 4 Extreme Team, a nonprofit that helps people and organizations in extreme need.
Gonzaga honored John and Donna Luger with its Ignatian Spirit Award at the eighth annual Ignatian Gala at the downtown Convention Center on April 9.
SPOKANE, Wash. – The recent social media trend of challenging friends to dump buckets of ice over their heads for the ALS Association has inspired Gonzaga University senior Scott Alderson and his brother Matt, a Seattle University freshman. The brothers have developed an Apple app called 1Up Challenges to take such competitions to the next level.
SPOKANE, Wash. – Farmgirlfit is not your average fitness gym. Exclusively for women and 100-percent owned by Gonzaga University alumni, the gym offers workout classes, yoga, and a community focused on maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
SPOKANE, Wash. – Gonzaga University senior point guard Kevin Pangos has big plans for the future after helping the No. 2-seed Zags advance to the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1999. The Zags’ all-time 3-point shooting leader, Pangos helped lead this team to a school-record 35 wins. Before the tournament, Pangos spoke of his dream to advance in the tournament and reflected on his time as a Gonzaga student.