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As the university continues to grow, new projects replace old homes and fresh pavement lay upon old streets in a bid to make campus a bit more updated and accessible.  The relocation of the English department to the Humanities Building last summer kick-started a number of new projects that h…

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Michael Tanaka is the incoming Gonzaga Student Body Association president. In his role, he plans to support student's passion projects and other projects already happening around campus.

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The sun has come back out in Spokane, which is great, but that also means it’s getting hotter too, just to add discomfort to the anxiety already induced by finals. You’re looking for something to relieve the stress and beat the heat, and you know of only one item that can satiate both.

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On April 30, 2019, Gonzaga Money Mentors hosted the first annual Women Mean Business. During this event, five career-savvy women spoke about their personal experiences in their endeavors on the path to success. Speakers included Ginger Ewing, Rosemary Muriungi and Jennifer Ferch. Among these…

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On Saturday DICE will be hosting the third annual Cross-Cultural Olympics. Originally started by Asian-American Union, the Cross-Cultural Olympics is an event created to bring all of the cultural clubs on campus together to “relax after [the] festival season is over,” according to an event c…

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Two communication seniors have conducted a study of the Rudolf Fitness Center for their capstone project. Previously, Erin Johnson and Emma Winkelman noticed that mostly men seemed to work out in the weightlifting downstairs area, while women tended to stay in the upstairs cardio area. Their research found the comfortability of each gender of students in each part of the gym and why.

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 “So, classmates, let’s do this thing called life. But let’s do it well. Let’s be like that cannonball. The one that comes blazing out of nowhere and creates something that is long-lasting and embracing in love and passion,” said 2018 Gonzaga graduate Molly Bosch in her commencement speech.

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There have been significant changes made to the structure of the senior class programming committee. While senior events were previously planned and put on by what was known as Z-Core, the responsibilities now fall on the elected senior class representative, Kate Bredenberg.

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Gonzaga University reported through the 2017 Campus Climate Survey that 11% of respondents indicated that they had experienced unwanted sexual contact/conduct. However, Title IX protects GU community members when a report is filed with the university. 

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The question, “What’s your major?” is something college students are guaranteed to hear throughout their four years. But that answer often changes with factors like job market and starting salaries weighing on Zags' minds. 

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As blackface scandals break out across the country, Gonzaga is attempting to get ahead of the issue by reviewing its archived photos. They have, so far, found photos of students in blackface in archived versions of The Bulletin and Spires, in addition to some photos which are in display in College Hall.

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Laura Sims is the founding director for the new Myrtle Woldson Performing Arts Center. Since getting here in July 2018 she has been responsible for everything that has gone into and will go into this new facility. 

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Writer, poet, and spoken word performer Anis Gisele came to Hemmingson Auditorium Tuesday night to share her stories and poems about her life and everything she has endured. The queer immigrant speaker from Manila, Philippines, came to Gonzaga to share aspects of her life that have formed he…

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On Monday GU will be hosting the Washington Policy Center and Young Professionals first part of the debate regarding tax policy. The second part of the debate will take place on Tuesday at Washington State University.

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The Muslim prayer space which used to be in the lower level of Crosby center at Gonzaga University, has been relocated and is now open for use on the third floor of College Hall. This initiative has been supported and spearheaded by Mission & Ministry, the Center of Global Engagement, and Plant Services. The space has undergone many significant changes that will make the prayer experience more fulfilling and accurate to Muslim faith.

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The way in which gender and sexuality are portrayed in society are important indicators by which dialogue can be created. With personal stories and experiences, the authenticity of people who struggle with their place shines through, allowing for others to gain a new perspective on life.

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As the weather warms up, learn about what events GU Outdoors is planning for the spring semester. 

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Soon, there will be a new mayor in Spokane, where a new look of Spokane will be brought, giving the people of Spokane a sense of new hope and new beginnings. Spokane City Council President Ben Stuckart hopes to spark that new change, bringing an authentic personality and homegrown background…

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The four vacant dean positions of the Schools of Leadership, Engineering and Applied Science, Nursing and Human Physiology and Education have been filled after a nationwide search according to emails sent to Gonzaga students, staff and faculty.

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GEL Weekend is a pivotal moment for many prospective students in terms of deciding if GU is the place for them or not. While the numbers tend to stay the same from year to year the impact the event has on students is great. 

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The university is looking to fill dean positions in the schools of engineering and applied science, nursing and human physiology, leadership studies and education.