What started off as a dream, has become a reality for Danamarie McNicholl (’17).
The theatre and dance department presents Gonzaga's Mission Statement in a unique way that promotes active engagement with complicated and important ideas through experimental theater initiatives, opportunities for student-driven pieces and collaboration among departments.
Acrobats dressed in vibrant winter attire graced their ice palace of a stage with front flips, back flips and double axel jumps and much more.
The famed producer Zaytoven, who is credited with making trap music what it is today, came to Spokane on April 24 to perform downtown at at The Pin — a night that seemed like more of a private party thrown by Zaytoven himself than a concert.
With the release of “Tag” a little over a month away, Mark Steilen, co-screenwriter and co-producer, and Todd Garner, co-producer, discussed their work on the film, their thoughts on its true-story heart and how its themes of friendship will connect with audiences.
Editor's note: A previous version of this article erroneously said Courtney Smith was a freshman stage manager of the production. Smith is an associate professor of theatre and dance and acted as a production manager and design adviser. Senior Eimer Hannon served as the stage manager.
“Iconoclast” by Joakim Sandberg is a good entry into the metroidvania genre. The way the game incentivizes exploration is typical for these types of games, but with a simplified structure. Instead of being set in a single massive world that loops back on itself, “Iconoclast” takes that core …
When Netflix’s “The Outsider” was announced, it seemed like it would be an easy movie to review, even if it was only entertaining due to its ridiculousness. Instead, it’s just boring. The movie is two dreary hours of nothing and is led by one of the worst performances of the industry’s most …
Music festivals offer great opportunities for people to see multiple big-name artists in one weekend. The outdoor venues, food and excited crowds are big draws to many rural locations across the nation. Even though Coachella is over, there are still plenty of festivals in the Pacific Northwe…
Downtown Spokane is home to many hidden gems and places to escape from the craziness of day-to-day life. One of these places that offers a way to relax and lets individuals express their inner selves is Pinot’s Palette.
Though it may seem hard to believe at first, the soon-to-be-released movie “Tag,” starring Jeremy Renner, Jon Hamm and Ed Helms, is based on the true story of a group of 10 friends from Spokane who have been playing the same game of tag for decades.
Although most Gonzaga students think of dancing as standing in a circle with their friends and showing off their best moves, those in academic dance classes know otherwise.
Chris Cook, professor of Applied Trumpet, Brass Methods and Music in the Humanities at Gonzaga, has managed a feat many seek to achieve themselves: living a life guided by his passions and finding success in them.
In Cataldo, the large room reserved for events is called the Cataldo Globe Room. On April 7 from 5 to 9 p.m., La Raza Latina made the Globe Room live up to its name that evokes cultural awareness with their festival entitled “Nuestra Existencia es Resistencia.”
The Northwest Guitar Festival, held in Gonzaga’s Music Hall, culminated with a final showcase of the most talented rising guitarists in the region.
Gonzaga’s Senior Art Exhibit will open on Friday at 5 p.m. at the Richmond Art Collective in downtown Spokane. It will feature the work of senior art majors and minors Elizabeth Harrison, Laura Marck, Danielle Forrest, Camille Walther, Nicole Marie Wallace and Lindsey Johnstone and will be o…
Guitarists across the Pacific Northwest will be coming to Gonzaga’s Music Hall for a three-day festival starting Friday, April 6.
The walls of Wolff Auditorium shook last Wednesday, March 28, with the voice of student writer Brahaim Villanueva.
Daniel Lopez stands before a wall that looks blank to any passerby. But, to Lopez, the wall isn’t blank at all. He already sees the mural that won’t be finished for another 24 hours.
Tucked away in a familiar area that houses the Method Juice Café is a hidden gem that some might not know about. This gem is The Ridler Piano Bar: home to live music, dueling pianos and friendly faces.
Cultural festival season at Gonzaga is an anticipated tradition for many students. Most recently, Hawaiian Pacific Island Club (HPIC) put on their 49th annual lū‘au on March 24.
The second Gonzaga Story Slam of the semester, held last night in Wolff Auditorium at 8 p.m., was accompanied by an atmosphere of deep self-reflection and excitement devised by the soliloquies of GU students.
After October’s “Stories Behind the Stats” panel, a group of Gonzaga students decided to continue the conversation about under-representation on campus on their own terms.
Thus far, Marvel’s Netflix outings have created one truly great show: “Jessica Jones.” While the rest aren’t bad (so long as you ignore “Iron Fist”), that first season of “Jessica Jones” was truly something special.
With Lyons Park — a site along the Colorado River — all to themselves, 25 Gonzaga students and GU Outdoors guides spent their spring break camping and adventuring in Moab, Utah.
The closing of Scotty’s Doghouse in December, one of the favorite weekend bars for Gonzaga upperclassmen, has come with the opening of a new bar: Logan Tavern.
The Hemmingson Ballroom took a break from hosting its usual circuit of receptions, galas and readings this past weekend in order to host Queer Student Union’s (QSU’s) third annual drag show.
After hours, the Jundt Art building is nearly empty. The Advanced Painting studio, though, held an encaustic painting of St. Ignatius and the St. Aloysius spires that brought the room to life. Brushes, cloth, containers of wax and paints scatter the desks around the painting, capturing an un…
Downtown at The Bartlett, Carlos Magaña wrapped his arms around his wife, Lezly, as they slowly rocked side to side, watching Justin Nozuka perform just feet away from where they stood.
As students filed in the Globe Room of Cataldo, the Filipino-American Student Union's (FASU) commenced. The 13th annual festival dinner celebrated Filipino culture last Saturday, hosting over 200 people, as the Barrio Fiesta sold out.
The suburbs: a clear image of oversized SUVs and helicopter parents in $200 Lululemon workout outfits strutting around comes to mind. There is a boujee stigma attached to the suburbs.
On Feb. 16, Gonzaga freshman Cade Guerins made his long-term acting appearance in the first episode of the Netflix original “Everything Sucks!”
In popular media and films, Mexican culture is often portrayed in sombreros, ponchos and mustaches. The accurate portrayal of the culture and the presence of Mexican actors are both surprisingly lacking in the film industry considering how rich and full of history the culture is.
Soulful Soups and Spirits, located at 117 N. Howard St., might go unnoticed at first by the average foodie strolling the concrete of downtown with their pals. Yet this little restaurant hardly deserves a blind eye and will surely have you begging for “just a little more, sir.”
Chris Abani, an internationally known Nigerian author and humanitarian, has graced the writing world with his novels, screenplays, essays and poetry, many of which have won notable awards and fellowships. He came to Gonzaga Monday, Feb. 12 as part of the Visiting Writers Series.
On Monday, Feb. 12 at 8 p.m. in the Wolff Auditorium, a Story Slam with the theme “Wonder” occurred. It featured storytellers Erin Cairns, Anna Ogilvie, Spencer Weiskopf, Makenna Girard and Dr. Vik Gumbhir.