Students who plan to attend university programs in-person in any capacity will have to send proof of receiving a COVID-19 vaccine.
An account with anonymous posts from GU students has acted as a platform for students to speak out against sexual assault.
380 teal ribbons graced the lawn in front of GU's Foley Library to represent 380 cases of sexual assault in 2019 alone. The demonstration was done by Students Empowering Women.
Professor Seiko Katsushima, GU's only Japanese professor, announced her departure from GU at the end of the spring 2021 semester, leaving the future of the program unknown.
Campus Security & Public Safety, Information Technology Services and students in the Experiential Leadership Institute have teamed up to create a new campus security app to GU.
As they wrap up their yearlong senior design project journeys, graduating engineers reflect on the experience that represents the culmination of their studies at GU.
Washington state Gov. Jay Inslee will make an appearance at the event on Thursday. Along with founder of the climate action group 350.org Bill McKibben and the executive director of the US Climate Action Network Keya Chatterjee.
International studies are her passion and through her international experiences, Alisha Lombardi is ready to guide the next generation of students in their study abroad plans.
A hybrid graduation ceremony will take place in the Wolff Auditorium in Jepson on April 29 at 4:30 p.m. until 6:30 p.m. for graduating members of the LGBTQ community on campus.
Inspired by her passion for diverse cultures, Ashley Davis hopes to leave a lasting impact on GU as she begins her journey as Director of International Student & Scholar Services.
Gonzaga Family Haven will be for families experiencing homelessness and will provide a variety of amenities include personal health classes.
Braden Bell and Charlotte Low believe GU needs to address the disparities revealed by the pandemic, which they intend to do in their new positions.
As COVID-19 cases steadily rise at GU, the SRHD announced all adults over the age of 16 will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine starting April 15.
GU will be put to the test when the Northwest Commission for Colleges and Universities conducts a virtual campus visit to determine whether the university's accreditation status gets renewed.
Around 250 GU student welcome volunteers are needed to pull off orientation. This year, the role of small group leader and super small group leader have merged into one role.
Gonzaga administration urges students who celebrated yesterday's men's basketball win with a mass gathering to celebrate within COVID-19 compliance.
Gonzaga’s Our Unique Recovery (OUR) House program offers students a safe space to work on recovery from substance use while still pursuing their educational goals.
Sometimes societal and cultural expectations take precedence over the value of teaching, when that occurs, implicit bias can interfere with GU student evaluations.
Support poured in through the Zoom chat, a new feature in this year's virtual Diversity Monologues. Though different than in years past, the safe space and community for GU students remained.
In an effort to bring attention to the homeless crisis in Spokane, a group of students launched the Humanizing Spokane project, which seeks to create lasting change in the community.
The New Students and Family Programs department will be the product of Parent and Family Relations and First Year Experience coming together to provide a more cohesive experience for students.
The app would allow for accounts to be in one place, geolocation and notification for events. The app is in the process of being approved.
On March 9, a GU student employee received a phone call to the Hemmginson Center Welcome Desk that addressed student co-worker with a racial slur.
With a passion for her culture and family, Isabel Yasana Hawley earned the REDW Native American Scholarship in Accounting and is dedicated to giving back to her community through her work.
With 7,000 Moderna vaccines CHAS Health was in need of a mass vaccination site that met all policy requirements. Luckily, GU was able to provide.
100% of all money raised at the Zagathon virtual dance event will go to Sacred Heart Children's Hospital to help miracle kids.
No spring break left GU students and professors concerned about mental health. To remediate, professors encourage students to take time for themselves.
While the stress of finding off-campus housing can be looming for underclassmen, starting early and having a plan can help prepare for success.
Rosemary Muriungi's dream of bringing education around the world, started at 19. Since then she has gone on to advocate for equal education opportunities.
Gonzaga President Thayne McCulloh announced via Twitter that walk-in COVID-19 testing for students would resume on March 2 after complaints from students and parents when it stopped.
The vaccine distribution will take place in the Field House of the Martin Centre and the parking lot of the McCarthey Athletic Center and Law School.
The tight-knit community of Seminary students at GU start their days in prayer and end the day with laughs shared together.