For Gonzaga students interested in exploring the natural world, Gonzaga Outdoors is the place to go. Located in the basement of the John J. Hemmingson Center, the GU Outdoors office organizes student-led trips such as camping, hiking, climbing and biking.
The Spokane City Council president candidates emphasize homelessness, public involvement, transportation and roads, and sustainability.
GU released annual BIAS report reporting incidents of bias by students, staff or faculty. Incidents reported to have tripled in the past year.
Zags Against Labor Injustice, met with John Sklut and Deena González to have trustee emeritus, Timothy Barnard, relationship with Gonzaga's board and campus.
Gonzaga commission hosted its first listening session to discuss the sexual abuse scandal and its repercussions as well as ways to move forward and better the university.
Despite lack of official Greek life, Gonzaga's campus provides an outlet for a variety of major to find their community within their majors.
Housing and Residence Life will be shutting down student housing on Dec. 14, four days before the GU vs. UNC game, forcing students to find another place to crash if they want to stay to cheer on the team.
With the Spokane elections coming up be in the know about the two candidates, Tim Benn and Michael Cathcart, as they run for the District 1 seat, which GU is located in.
Karlene Hoo is the new dean of the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and hopes to bring holistic education to newest generation of GU students.
GU Senior Sophia Maggio is the first psychology major to ever received the Morris Undergraduate Research Fellowship for summer research.
The North Bowl Bowling Alley and Gonzaga University Specialized Recreation (GUSR) have an exceptional relationship after years of supporting those with special abilities through introducing, practicing and competing with bowling. This past April, North Bowl, 125 W. Sinto Ave., switched owner…
With the Fulbright Grant, American scholars abroad to lecture or conduct research, GU's Dr. Ann Ostendorf, travels to Japan to teach history.
Payne Center for Leadership Development new director, Pamela Alverado, brings passion for education creating positive leadership experience.
GU's campus has made an active effort to eat fresh and eat local, so here are several places to find in budget solutions to eating fresh.
Gonzaga is known for their STEM education programs but what may not know is they have a diverse set of clubs related to every aspect of STEM.
The office of Resolution Center for Student Conduct and Conflict uses their fining system to bring down the number of student conduct violations however, some students believe this system is flawed.
On Oct. 2 GU is set to host candidates running for mayor, City Council president and Districts 1, 2 and 3 City Council members to debate the effects of climate change on Spokane.
Students and faculty from GU joined the greater Spokane community downtown today to partake in an act to address the need for political action for climate change.
With increase in number of vaping-related diseases, GU's Health & Counseling Services considers how to deal with those who could be affected.
Friday will be second conference held by the law school with this year's theme centered around social justice and intellectual property.
Office of Mission and Ministry vice president, Michelle Wheatley, uses her 12 years at Gonzaga to bring the Jesuit mission alive on campus.
Whether it's Zag Volunteer Corps or a youth mentorship program, GU's Center for Community Engagement has volunteer opportunities for all.
With over 200 international students, this shows that students from around the world come to Gonzaga for more than basketball.
Over Gonzaga's summer break there was a change in leadership made within the department of Campus Security & Public Safety (CSPS).
The English department's first of the Visiting Writer Series will be kicking off with 'Disability Poetics' on Sept. 17 in Wolff Auditorium.
The $60 million building will expand the two schools' medical partnership. The project is expected to finish in August of 2022.
Two opposing columns by a law professor and a GU law student discussed the implications of political clothing in the legal field.
Gonzaga University has announced a privately-funded building which will become the center for the GU and UW Regional Health Partnership.
Due to her previous experience in performing arts, Dichone enriches her math classes with innovative and creative teaching methods.
Popular lime scooters in Spokane community stir up trouble forcing GEO fence speed limit on Gonzaga's campus and around community.
Furniture in GU's Hemmingson Center was updated over the summer. Not every Zag likes it and one student started a petition for the decor to be changed.
Washington passes law requiring public universities to add suicide hotline to new I.D. cards. GU has also chosen to implement policy.
Spokane's food trucks come to Gonzaga's campus every Wednesday. Not only do they feed GU students, but homeless students as well.
The $56 million Integrated Science & Engineering Building was approved. It will break ground this fall and will be completed by 2021.