Gonzaga welcomed students with open arms as they prepared for a fully on-campus school year. It’s nice to finally experience the normal bustle of campus life, people’s smiling faces, and… mini robots?!
Due to accounts of vandalism and a concern for crowd safety, weekly Late-Night COG offerings have transitioned to four nights throughout the semester.
More information has come forward regarding the incident on Sept. 14 involving a man who caused a disturbance to a class in College Hall.
UMEC hosted an event on the Tulsa Race Massacre, where student and staff attendees watched the documentary “Blood on Black Wall Street: The Legacy of The Tulsa Race Massacre.”
Cecelia Rose LaPointe, welcomed by DICE, shared their poetry and spoke on what it means to two-spirited in their native culture of Ojibway on Tuesday.
CCP encourages all GU students, first-year and returning, to utilize any necessary student resources with the help of CCP staff guidance, after a tumultuous year.
An independent redistricting committee will redraw district lines to create five districts, each of which will elect a county commissioner.
GU community members gathered for Mass of The Holy Spirit, a traditional mass held to pray for God's guidance and wisdom as the school year commences.
An email update Wednesday states that the unarmed man entered the classroom while yelling degenerative insults at the class.
Asher Ali discusses how his passion for sports, international relations and writing lead him to becoming the fall editor-in-chief.
The Unity Multicultural Education Center's annual Diversity Monologues were recognized among 28 Jesuit universities for its commitment to diversity and social justice.
Friday, DICE will host their annual block party, where students can both socialize and get to know the mission and/or resources DICE offers at GU.
Despite recent alterations to program safety guidelines, only five GU students have cancelled their study abroad plans for fall semester.
Visiting law professors Christopher Mercado, Erin Carr and Wayne Unger have all been welcomed to GU School of Law for the 2021-2022 academic school year.
The Department of Special Education is now offering a new major called Board-Certified assistant Behavioral Analyst (BCaBA) after a recent curriculum refresh.
After an 18-month commission, GU released its report on the Catholic sexual abuse crisis including recommendations on next steps for President McCulloh.
GU President Thayne McCulloh announced Sunday that the mask mandate would be re-instated on campus due to the increase of positive COVID-19 cases on the national and local level.
As GU prepares to welcome a new class of incoming students, staff writer Anders Svenningsen offers a sneak peak into this year's first-year orientation weekend.
A suspect has been arrested for second-degree murder after a parking lot brawl outside Star Bar led to a shooting early Monday morning.
The university notified students that masks will be required for non-full vaccinated people and in certain healthcare settings.
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.