University administration is allowing the College Republicans to invite Ben Shapiro to campus, despite denying the club's proposal in November.
Fr. Frank Case, a vice president of Gonzaga University and men’s basketball chaplain, and Fr. Pat Lee, vice president for mission and ministry, have resigned.
At least 20 Jesuits who resided in Cardinal Bea House over the last 30 years were accused of sexual abuse. Gonzaga administration told The Bulletin when they found out they didn't tell anyone.
An investigation found Cardinal Bea House on Gonzaga's campus was a retirement home for at least 20 Jesuit priests accused of sexual misconduct.
After spending five days in the intensive care unit, Sasha Ross' health is improving, according to a GoFundMe page related to her shooting.
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 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.
Spokane Police ended a standoff Thursday afternoon over a domestic violence order dispute with an armed man believed to be inside a house on the 800 block of East Augusta Avenue. Police did not find the man.
The Regional Health Partnership between Gonzaga University and University of Washington School of Medicine are currently looking for 10 undergraduate GU students to volunteer this summer where they will receive experience in labs and research in Seattle.
On Saturday Spokane community members will be joining in the nationwide, March for Our Lives. The student-led protest will call for common-sense gun laws and safety in schools.
A crowd of around 100 staff, faculty and students gathered in the rain outside of the Hemmingson Center's main doors at noon on Thursday in order to attend the "Rally for Welcome, Not Hate" event.
The spring 2018 Gonzaga Student Body Association (GSBA) election results were announced Wednesday night at Coffeehouse. Junior Athena Sok became the first female GSBA president since 2008, as well as the first female Asian-American to be elected president in GSBA’s history, and freshman Tren…
Earlier today, President Thayne McCulloh announced the speakers that will visit campus for the seventh installation of the Gonzaga Presidential Speaker Series. In the midst of a national movement to combat sexual assault, McCulloh said that he is pleased to welcome New York activist Tarana B…
On Friday, Scotty’s Doghouse management announced via Facebook the bar and grill located on Hamilton Street, along with the Lucky Puppy, will close in December.
Dr. Melissa Click will continue at Gonzaga University after being rehired for another one year contract. Students heavily advocated for Click which contributed to her rehire.
After residing in the basement of Welch, the Campus Security and Public Safety office has relocated to the Huetter Mansion. Huetter Mansion is located at 503 E. Sharp Ave.
This year students will not be housed at River Inn, for the first time in two years. River Inn has previously been used to house students when there has been a lack of housing available.
The Campus Security and Public Safety department announced ways to prevent being a victim of crime after an increase in property crime on and around Gonzaga University's campus.
Gonzaga University accepted an invitation to join the Internship Network, or iNet, which grants GU students the resources to find career-enhancing internships and allows employers to seek out students from the selected universities invited to the national online consortium.
Preventative measures implemented after the Mumps outbreak have been lifted, and Gonzaga activities can resume their normal procedures.
In mainstream media, pediatric cancer patients are always depicted as survivors. As senior Megan Chucka sees it, they are young warriors who have gone through the worst battles imaginable and are still smiling. It’s hard to face the horrors of what cancer truly is, what impact this disease c…
Over two weeks after the incident on March 20 where an unknown individual took pictures of a student in a residence hall shower, a 32-year-old-man was arrested Thursday in relation to the case, according to KREM.
For the past couple of weeks, Gonzaga’s campus may have seemed a little busier than usual as it has been playing host to thousands of visitors from high schools all around the country as the deadline for college acceptances approaches.
After a win against the South Carolina Gamecocks the Zags have advanced to the NCAA National Championship. With the win comes a giant watch party in the McCarthey Athletic Center, as promised by Gonzaga University Event Service Team (GUEST).
Due to this weekend’s Final Four games and national championship, Residence Directors have asked Resident Assistants to have an increased presence in their respective halls. Gonzaga President Thayne McCulloh said there will be increased Spokane Police Department and GU Campus Security patrol…
Many Gonzaga alumni, students and fans are traveling the 1,381 miles to Phoenix, Arizona to watch the Zags make history. However, many members of the GU community will be in Spokane while they watch the Zags take on the South Carolina Gamecocks.
Assistant Director of Student Conduct Jae Webb left Gonzaga University in early March for a position at the University of North Texas. He worked at GU for four years.
On Friday March 17, a firearm was discharged on Cincinnati Street near the Patterson Baseball Complex. The Spokane Police Department has a suspect in custody and there is not an ongoing threat to the community, GU Campus Security and Public Safety said in a statement.
On Monday at approximately 9:22 a.m., an unidentified individual took a photo of a GU community member in a private campus shower facility, according to Director of Campus Security and Public Safety Scott Snider. The individual fled and is not believed to be a GU community member.
The Gonzaga campus has seen two violent incidents in the last two weeks, both involving the River Walk Loop Trail on the south edge of campus. With both events resolved shortly after GU Campus Security was notified, no ZagAlerts were sent out in either case. This has drawn criticism from som…
A man disrupted an intramural game on Mulligan Field and entered the Rudolf Fitness Center around 8 p.m. Wednesday. The suspect allegedly threatened RFC staff and athletic trainer Eric Gunning with a knife before fleeing the scene, according to Pete Tormey, Gonzaga associate director of Comm…
On Friday just before noon, a young female was tackled by a man who used a blanket in an attempt to grab her while she was running on Centennial Trail near the Jundt Art Museum.
A residential house fire on the 400 block of East Augusta Avenue prompted nine emergency response vehicles on Monday night. No injuries were reported and the cause of the fire is unknown.
Some 200 community members gathered to protest those disheartened by President-elect Donald Trump’s campaign rhetoric Friday, holding signs that read “Welcome, not walls” and “Hate will not win.”
The Gonzaga weekend hotspot Scotty’s Doghouse hosted an election party on Tuesday, welcoming students and other customers to watch the results of the presidential race unfold.
Two Gonzaga students were involved in a two-car collision on the corner of Hamilton Street and Sharp Avenue on Thursday night.
Gonzaga will host a debate between senatorial candidates Patty Murray (D) and Chris Vance (R) on Oct. 16 in the Hemmingson Center Ballroom as one of four debates across the state.
In the first edition of Reporter's Corner, host Josh Horton sits down with Bulletin Editor in Chief Andy Buhler and Kiki Serantes.
Some people serve as a spark of inspiration for others — but Emile "Daniel" de la Mar was the complete flame. De la Mar, who died April 24, leaves behind a legacy of inclusion and authenticity that persists in the hearts and minds of all who crossed his path.
The polls for the spring 2016 GSBA elections closed at 4:30 p.m. today, but due to an unusual set of circumstances, GSBA has not announced a winner for the Presidential and Vice-Presidential positions.