To limit travel and reduce risk, Gonzaga has decided to cancel spring break. Students now wonder what this means for all future events.
GU students and faculty add new waste bins to campus as part of a larger project that will cut down the school's carbon footprint.
GU's new club, SEW is bridging the gap by teaching and providing women, within the Spokane community, with resources that empower them.
Today at noon, Gonzaga administrators held a webinar Q&A with students and touched on topics such as the extension of winter break.
Due to challenges regarding COVID-19, GU has made the decision to push back the start of the semester to January 19 and cancel spring break.
With four methods of COVID-19 testing being utilized at GU, the university has a positivity rate of just below 1% which is about where Spokane county is.
Gonzaga has been awarded a sub-grant from Fordham University to host a conference initiating conversations around Catholic sexual abuse.
Meals in the Margins was started by GU alums and is continuing to serve the Spokane houseless community on Tuesday and Thursday's.
GU students participated in a Black Lives Matter protest last Saturday in response to charges against one of Breonna Taylor's killers.
GU alum, Andrew Riesen, is helping to fight the COVID-19 battle by using his experience of mental health struggles to help others.
Old racially restrictive language remains on some housing policies in Spokane. A third-year GU law student is working to remove them.
Normally, GU's Center for Community Engagement would be recruiting new student mentors, this year that process looks a bit different.
GU services worked with Unity Multicultural Education Center staff to restore and assure the safety of the Black Lives Matter exhibit.
Jimmy Kimmel is just one of the many that participated in GU's virtual graduation this Sunday, where Zags finally got their send-off.
In response to @zagsunmasked, Gonzaga University has called for a commitment to community and wellbeing for oneself and each other.
While most things are looking a little different these days, Gonzaga Counseling is trying to keep all their resources accessible.
Utley is taking on her position at the Gonzaga Bulletin in a complicated time. Even so, she has big plans on the horizon for the paper.
Arcelia Martin, former editor-in-chief of the Gonzaga Bulletin, prepared her speech for Sunday's commencement, in quarantine.
Driven by a love for his students, Kent Porterfield aims to prioritize diversity, student well-being and student collaboration at GU.
Offering advice to first-year students is one of the most nostalgic things for Gonzaga seniors. Benjamin Seckington offers his insights here.
The transition online can be difficult, but Gonzaga professors are here with some tips and tricks for succeeding in a new learning style.
Designed with interdisciplinary learning in mind, Gonzaga's new Integrated Science and Engineering building will be finished in Fall 2021.
As the class of 2024 begins their college journey at GU, they are among the strongest and most diverse classes to enter the university.
Staff writer Devan Iyomasa has compiled the most recent protocol updates for returning to Gonzaga's campus with input from the Director of Community and Public Relations.