Rev. Patrick Howell, S.J. passed away on Nov. 28. He had spent 30 years at Seattle University and worked with Gonzaga's Office of Mission and Ministry for the last four months.
In an effort to ensure job prospects after graduation, Gonzaga students attended the Seattle and Portland Career Trek during winter break.
After a semester of applying the Students for Reproductive Rights Club was declined by Gonzaga due to their affiliation with Planned Parenthood.
A gas leak near Coughlin, St. Catherine / St. Monica and Madonna residence halls early Friday morning forced 750 GU students to evacuate for over an hour. No students were hurt in the incident, but the leak also led to closures on Hamilton from Sharp to Trent as well as east and west of Hami…
Morgan Scheerer will be serving as the spring editor-in-chief. She is always ready and willing to work her hardest to create the best edition of The Gonzaga Bulletin.
The groups selected to receive funding for community improvement projects cover topics like sustainability, adulting and health and wealth.
The Gonzaga Rocketry Club will be designing and building a rocket to take to the Spaceport America Cup, which is an international competition.
Gonzaga's professors range from 50 year careers to others who are only 25-years-old all to create a unique and productive learning environment for Zags.
With DACA’s fate held in the hands of the Supreme Court, GU informs undocumented students of policies of support and how allies can help.
Annual Christmas tree lighting in Hemmingson Center raises concerns with Fossil Free Gonzaga who say powering the tree is "not sustainable."
According to statistics by Gonzaga's Office of Admissions, there was a noticeable trend that pushed for the removal of Early Action for potential Zags.
On Sept. 1, Gonzaga alum Father Michael Czerny was appointed to Pope Francis' sixth consistory, one of the highest ranking places in the Catholic Church.
With Thanksgiving being so close to winter break, many students stay on campus so Gonzaga community members invite students for a traditional dinner.
Gonzaga Student Body Association Senate met to discuss club funding for travel, shirts and uniforms. The senate also welcomes new senator, Conner Gilbert.
Gonzaga does not close its doors for Veteran's Day. However, they still put on numerous events to respect those who have served in the military.
The GSBA Senate is responsible for making major decisions on and off campus including club funding, bylaws and campus community.
The Office of Health Promotion has been putting up stickers all around campus to promote uplifting thoughts in honor of November being gratitude month.
Gonzaga University College Republicans bring Larry Elder to campus to present talk "Hollywood, Media, and Academia: The Axis of Indoctrination".
GU's new Enthics and Sustainability Service Learning requires in the course's curriculum where students work with the Inland Northwest Community Gardens.
Dr. Monica Bartlett conducted a study that consisted of 70 GU students on how expressing gratitude has positive effects on social relationships.
With about 70 current Ambassadors and about 30 potential new recruits, the Gonzaga Ambassador application process is a lengthy feat.
As Judi Biggs Garbuio prepares to leave GU for Catholic University in D.C. she reflects on her achievements and her next steps in life.
Spokane's local election results were released with mayoral candidate Nadine Woodward taking lead of opponent Ben Stuckart who conceded.
Office of Health Promotions create “State of the Class 2019”, providing overview of the experiences, beliefs and behaviors of 669 students.
Halloween has been prevalent in GU culture since the beginning. Here's a look into the history of the celebration since 1912 to present.
"Halloweekend" is known as one of the most dangerous times to be out during the academic year and CSPS has the tips to stay safe and still have fun.
Melody Alsaker and her students are doing research to help develop medical machinery to make imaging more accessible, especially to children.
La Raza honors loved ones with altar in Hemmingson Alcove, inviting the GU community to learn about the holiday through intersectional lens.
The department will offer Latin American history, Asian history and history of race and ethnic communities with an 18 credits requirement.
This year's DeSmet Hall's DJs add a unique spin with addition of live music to tradition of playing music throughout the school day.