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The Bozarth Mansion and Retreat Center was originally known as ” Waikiki”. The mansion, which was designed by famed architect Kirkland K. Cutter, was constructed at a cost of approximately $100,000 in 1911-1913.
Built in 1898 and formerly called the Administration Building, College Hall is Gonzaga’s oldest and most storied hall. It houses many of Gonzaga’s administrative offices, including Admissions, Financial Aid, Registrar, Student Life, and Public Relations. It also serves as one … Continue reading
While the 1911 Catholic Church serves primarily St. Aloysius Parish, it has been adopted by the Gonzaga Community as its church as well. In addition to daily services, St. Al’s serves as the site of Gonzaga’s Mass of the Holy … Continue reading
The Gonzaga men’s basketball team takes on Arizona in the third round of the NCAA tournament….today! Pictured is the Gonzaga campus athletic center.
The Gonzaga men’s basketball team is in the news! Another win today! Go Zags! The Gonzaga campus is beautiful. Ornate buildings, gorgeous church, living quarters, and a variety of learning centers. Landscapers were out today, maintaining the lovely grounds.
…..more than “where we worship”. St. Aloysius cathedral is on the Gonzaga campus and serves a large community of Catholic believers. The Spokane River is in the foreground, which borders on the south of the Gonzaga property.
This was the view of Gonzaga today from across the Spokane River. It was a lovely day and the trail along the River was busy with joggers and bikers.
The Bozarth Mansion and Retreat Center was originally known as “Waikiki”. The mansion, which was designed by famed architect Kirkland K. Cutter, was constructed at a cost of approximately $100,000 in 1911-1913. The famed Olmstead Brothers of Boston designed the … Continue reading
Gonzaga University Administration Building. Go Zags!!