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Gonzaga University will host an international Asian studies conference in June -- even though the University does not have an
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GU invites you to share inspiration and support Gonzaga students with financial need.
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Gonzaga University has created two keepsake anniversary books celebrating the people and programs that have brought Gonzaga national prominence. One
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Father Jean-Pierre DeSmet came West in 1840, answering the Flathead Indians' call for "black robes." In 1850, Jesuits worked with
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SPOKANE, Wash. -- The yearlong celebration of Gonzaga University's 125th Anniversary, themed "Tradition and Transformation," will reach a crescendo on
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Meet the Weber Family of Zags.
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In this video, you will find many of the people and events that characterized the 2012-13 year, Gonzaga's 125th as
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25 years after the founding of Gonzaga University, the School of Law was founded and began classes.
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A fast-paced trip through Gonzaga's storied history, highlighting points of interest and some of the lesser-known facts.
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In celebration of Gonzaga's 125 years of living and learning, we asked "What do you love about Gonzaga?" There are
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Gonzaga University baseball junior Marco Gonzales became the highest drafted Bulldog in school history in the Major League Baseball First-Year
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Rome and the USA: Why Ancient History Still Matters Dr. David Oosterhuis, Classical Civilizations
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President McCulloh and Former President Bernard Coughlin discuss how the faith, intelligence and fortitude of the early Jesuits lives on
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Live recording of a special halftime program on Jan. 24, 2013 during the Gonzaga men's basketball game vs. BYU. In
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Revolutionary. Countercultural. The 60s? More like the 1500s. Meet the movement that wasn't afraid to challenge assumptions, question authority —