President Thayne McCulloh addressed many aspects of Gonzaga reopening including residence halls, food and fitness guidelines, commencement, study abroad, course offerings and more.
There are somethings at Gonzaga you just can't miss. Read this to get a run down on News Editor Thea Skokan's favorite traditions.
Here's a mini look into the history of Gonzaga: the value of education to its founder, a football team and how it grew to the nationally acclaimed school it is today.
Student involvement at Gonzaga is a chance for students to find community within a community. Here are just a few of the different spaces you could participate in.
All Gonzaga study abroad programs, including Gonzaga in Florence, will be cancelled for the Fall 2020 semester in response to COVID-19.
Today Gonzaga President Thayne McCulloh commented on the the Supreme Court decision to block the Trump administration from ending the Deferred Action of Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
George Floyd's death on May 25 has led to nationwide and global protests. Here are the perspectives of some Gonzaga students who have participated.
Gonzaga President Thayne McCulloh addresses the presence of armored vehicles stationed in the Kennedy Apartments parking lot Monday night.
Sienna Rettig died on April 29 at the age of 22. She is remembered as someone who put her family and friends first and an angel in the lives of those who she loved and loved her.
Gonzaga professor David Givens uses expertise in nonverbal communication to better understand the world, especially now when person-to-person contact is limited.
The Gonzaga School of Law and Eastern Washington University have partnered to create a path to law school that is faster than the normal seven year plan and helps lawyers who want to stay in Eastern Washington.
St. Aloysius Gonzaga lived through the plague and manifested the Jesuit mission by helping heal others. Amid COVID-19, people are emulating his actions.
Senior Kayla Kim and junior Maryael Ramos bring a sense of normalcy back to Gonzaga students who are accustomed to SpikeNights' silent discos.
Gonzaga President Thayne McCulloh sent an email to students Monday detailing the university's intentions to reopen campus for the fall 2020 semester.
After finding out all schools were moving to distance learning and her student-teaching program was cancelled, a Gonzaga student donated $500 worth of books to her school.
Episodes of the podcast, "Inside Episodes," which features Gonzaga seniors, are uploaded every Friday on Spotify and Apple Podcasts.
Fossil Free Gonzaga will share its mission and work on a local streamline to the Inland Northwest region at 4 p.m. Thursday as part of Earth Day Live.
Gonzaga is known for community, which is hard to replicate through online meetings. However, many departments are doing their best to adjust.
Many nurses who graduated from the GU School of Nursing are now working on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic all over the United States.
Many alums from Gonzaga's nursing program are working on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic in hospitals around the United States.
Gonzaga earned a Military Friendly Designation for its veteran programs. This will bring attention to prospective students interested in ROTC programs.
Passover usually means family time, but this year, the celebration looked a little different for many Gonzaga students during quarantine.
Senior Morgan Graves, junior Ben Cibula and sophomore Rianne Meskel will serve Gonzaga as GSBA class representatives during the 2020-21 academic year.
Fese Elango and Taylor Sipila have been elected as President and Vice President of GSBA. They value community, compassion and courage.
Even though Gonzaga Outdoors cannot execute its regularly scheduled events, it's finding safe ways to get outside and is planning future trips.
While this year's Zagathon was canceled, Gonzaga students are still using social media to raise money for Sacred Heart Children's Hospital.
Natalie Carlson (freshman), Kathleen Sheehan (freshman), Ethan Fuller (sophomore) and Rachel Huang (freshman) will serve Gonzaga as GSBA senators during the 2020-21 academic year.
Despite not being on campus, many Gonzaga clubs are holding officer elections online through social media, Zoom and Zagtivities.
The shift to distance learning at Gonzaga has been a challenge for students, professors and ITS. However, everyone has adapted well to the change.
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Gonzaga's shift to online classes has forced many of its professors to significantly alter their teaching methods
Gonzaga's Writing Center has moved online and is ready to support students in their writing endeavors amid the university's new class format.
Gonzaga announced that students have the option to change from a traditional letter grade to pass/fail by May 21 for their spring semester courses.
GEL was canceled due to the coronavirus. Admissions is working on a way for prospective students to learn online about Gonzaga.
The Gonzaga School of Business created one-credit weekend electives for students to expand their education through courses built to help enhance everyday life.
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, many small businesses had to to close their doors. However, restaurants like Cochinito Taqueria are working to support Spokane.
Even though traditional programming from CCE came to a stop due to the COVID-19 outbreak they still plan to serve the community during this pandemic.
President Thayne McCulloh announced via Twitter that a decision regarding graduation will be made soon, taking poll results into account.