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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.”

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On March 25, GSBA hosted the Holi Festival. From 1-2 p.m., Herak Lawn was filled with music, laughter, running and lots of bright colors.

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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…

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Standing upon the stage, the thought of term papers, formulas and parties escape the minds of Gonzaga University Theatre Sports (GUTS) members. Practicing every Tuesday and Thursday from 10 p.m. to midnight, one can catch the improv comedy group fearlessly spewing joke after joke, playing bi…

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Gonzaga art major MiLinda Smith often depicts the ocean in her work, not only for its beauty but to inspire environmental responsibility among those who view her art. 

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Lucia Lecce, one of two ceramicists, tends to be described as an emotional person, and  it comes out in her thesis. She said the clay forms she creates have a time capsule effect in recording that emotion.

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For senior Abby Anderson, shoes serve a far more important function than just protection. 

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From watching Bob Ross on PBS to minoring in art, Charlie Kittridge has always had a special place in his heart for art. 

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Barstool Backlash is a new band made up of Gonzaga seniors including vocalist Molly McNamara, guitarist Zachary White, keyboardist Russel Groves, drummer Kalev Sepp and bassist Ted Lathrop. The band was originally just the four senior men playing together on and off since their freshman year…

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Saturday Night Live leaves people laughing at iconic characters and outrageous sketches and it’s been doing this since it first aired in 1975.  People of all ages — whether they’ve been watching it on TV since that first episode or they catch the occasional clip on YouTube — look to “SNL” as…

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Senior Natalie Hoebing, a business major with two simultaneous internships and concentrations in finance and entrepreneurship, is on the fast track to a successful business career. Not every business major, however, buys paint by the gallon and has art featured in Terrain, Spokane’s most wel…

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Gonzaga alumnus Collin Price, Jay Orth and Evan Kruschke make up the alternative indie rock band Boat Race Weekend, which is releasing an EP and a music video on Friday and Tuesday, respectively.

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The downtown streets of Spokane were filled with young and old art lovers alike for the ninth annual Terrain event last Friday. Thousands of people gathered in the Washington Co. Cracker building to see and hear the photography, paintings, spoken word, interactive demonstrations and music. 

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 “Crafting Identity: Masks and the Pastorela in Michoacán” opened last Saturday at Jundt Art Musuem, something professor Dr. Pavel Shlossberg hopes will increase Gonzaga’s intercultural awareness to Mexican culture and to engage in an art foreign to most Americans.

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Every now and then, I’m sure we all run across the odd dance video on Facebook and don’t think much of it. Little did you (probably) know, that caliber of dance is produced here at Gonzaga multiple times a year, with a culminating performance at the end of the academic year. From ballet to m…

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STEM and business majors never really question their ability to get a job in the future. In turn, others hardly ask what they plan to do with it, unless the question is whether a bio major is going to med school or research. They’re putting hard work into something that, to the majority of p…

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As I entered the fenced -off enclosure bordered by the beaconing dome of The Hemmingson Center, phantom-like Crosby Center and the weather and weekend -drained Foley Library, it became clear: You couldn’t miss the damn thing.

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The wheels turning inside Austin Goo's mind are almost visible. A major realm of his thoughts revolves around behavioral habit, consciousness and present reality as part of a common human journey. But this territory of philosophical ideas is difficult to pin down. Goo, a business major with …

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Becca Padilla began her artistic journey with pine cones. The art major first discovered her deep connection with the objects when she began experimenting with their shapes in her design work.