With orientation approaching, the class of 2022 is getting ready to bring new stories, perspectives and interests to Gonzaga.
Now in her senior year, GSBA President Athena Sok has learned the ins and outs of Gonzaga University. She is majoring in history and secondary education with an additional endorsement of teaching English to speakers of other languages.
In an email to the university community on May 2, President Thayne McCulloh announced that the search for the provost and senior vice president will officially be re-engaged. This announcement follows the March 9 termination of the 2017-2018 search for someone to fill the position.
When one enters the Hemmingson Center or the new lobby of the Charlotte Y. Martin Centre on Gonzaga’s campus, they might notice something different about the single occupancy restrooms.
The Dean of Gonzaga University School of Law, Jane Korn, announced earlier this month that she will step down from her position and transition to teaching as a full-time faculty member.
On the evening of May 5, 2017, a video was released by a group of Gonzaga students who were concerned with the climate on campus and passiveness of administration in addressing their experiences. They did not foresee the extent of the effect their video would have on GU’s community and even …
Gonzaga University strives to foster men and women for others, providing students the necessary tools to participate actively in their community. One of the organizations that helps bring a piece of the community to campus is Gonzaga University Specialized Recreation (GUSR), which pairs stud…
From preschools to universities across the country, institutions are constantly reviewing safety procedures. Spokane schools are no exception.
Relay for Life, organized by the Zags Against Cancer, raised over $23,000 last Saturday for the American Cancer Society (ACS).
On April 4, Hilary Hart and Rick Singer debuted their exhibit entitled “Spokane Women Together: Portraits and Stories” in the Jundt Auditorium. In total, there were 26 women who were photographed.
Dr. Lisa Brown, Democratic candidate running for Congress in Washington’s 5th Congressional District provided an insight into her background and discussed her positions on political subjects and issues with the an audience in her visit to Gonzaga University Wednesday night.
A new exhibit dedicated to Fr. Bernard Coughlin, former president of Gonzaga University, created by junior Olivia Lada, in Foley Library details his life, time at GU and displays objects he had received during his life.
Spring semester at Gonzaga is memorable for many reasons — March Madness, hammocking by Lake Arthur, the returning plague of gnats — but one thing that makes the term especially noteworthy is the tidal wave of celebrations put on by GU’s cultural clubs.
Walking around campus, one may spot nearly translucent puffs of vapor spout out of students’ mouths as they head to and from class — you may not even notice it.
The Undocumented Student Scholarship that was proposed by the 2016-17 GSBA Senate has undergone a change in funding method, and has dealt with delays that have impeded its progress over the year.
Conversations about sexual violence did not fade once the Gonzaga University-sponsored week dedicated to awareness ended. If anything, they got louder.
A concept that is emphasized highly at Gonzaga University is professional development and interpersonal skills. Alpha Kappa Psi (AKPsi), which was founded in 2003, is a business club on campus that aims to develop these skills in all of its members.
In a debate titled, “What is the right direction for America?” a pair of Gonzaga professors and poitical pundits aim to present an unbiased discussion about various topics at the forefront of mainstream news.
Nearly 50 million Americans live in food-insecure households, including nearly 16 million children, according to Spokane Regional Health District (SRHD). SRHD also reports that, on a local level, almost half of children in Spokane Public Schools are enrolled in their school’s free or reduced…
The efforts of Fossil Free Gonzaga (FFG) to push Gonzaga University toward divesting from companies with high carbon footprints received another showing of support from members of the GU community on April 4.
On Sept. 26, 2016, members of Gonzaga University stood outside the McCarthey Athletic Center on a mound of dirt and celebrated the ground breaking of what would become the Volkar Center for Athletic Achievement.
A male who is not a Gonzaga student was arrested Monday afternoon at Desmet Circle by the Spokane Police Department (SPD). The man, according to Campus Security and Public Safety Director Scott Snider, had previously been documented for trespassing on campus. He was identified as 25-year-old…
If one wants to get from Kent, Washington, to Spokane, it will take four hours and 35 minutes by car, six hours and 42 minutes by bus or 55 minutes if one opts to fly out of Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.
Students occupy a wide variety of jobs on campus, some of which are more interactive than others. Classes taught at the Rudolph Fitness Center (RFC) are often run by student instructors who get paid to take their passion for exercise and share it with their peers.
Since early March, construction has been underway on Mission Avenue, two blocks north of Gonzaga’s campus, in the Logan Neighborhood where many GU students reside. The roadwork has caused headaches for many Zags and forced them to take alternative routes to and from campus.
Gonzaga has many organizations on campus that aim to foster the mission statement of creating students who are “men and women for others.” One of these is Gonzaga University Specialized Recreation (GUSR).
In March, President Donald Trump introduced the details of his Initiative to Stop Opioid Abuse and Reduce Drug Supply and Demand.
Many students eat every day in the COG or at 1887, but don’t know where the food is from or about the true ingredients. Bringing awareness to this issue is the focus of the Real Food Gonzaga club.
Matt Gerdes, Gonzaga University’s parking enforcement officer for Campus Security and Public Safety, said students are not exempt from punishment even if they do not register their car through the school.
The current development of the race and ethnic studies program hopes to add more diversity to the school’s faculty, benefit students and allow those of various ethnic backgrounds to see themselves represented in the curriculum.
Over 100 people gathered in a small brick house on March 31, a sight that to those walking by might appear more out of norm than to the individuals within. March 31 marks the International Transgender Day of Visibility, and Spokane’s celebration at the Women’s Club seemed fitting for the occasion.
The Jewish Bulldogs celebrated Passover last Wednesday, March 28, and invited anyone who fancied the idea of participating along with them. As a result, inquisitive conversations, group singing, Jewish jokes and full bellies followed for those who tagged along.
With April slated as Sexual Assault Awareness month, Gonzaga University will host a series of events and workshops over the next four weeks with the hopes of drawing attention to a national problem that affects 11.2 percent of all college students.
The search to fill the newly created administrative position known as the provost and senior vice president has officially been suspended for the year.
Despite snow falling, thousands of community members ventured out to Riverfront Park to promote gun control and safety in schools at last Saturday’s, “March for Our Lives” in Spokane.
Last year’s “Where Were You When” video and Campus Climate Survey provided Gonzaga University students, staff and administrators with eye-opening figures and stories of campus wide problems surrounding inclusivity. A university standard of diversity and solidarity, that is imparted in the sc…