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…
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.
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…
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).
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.
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.
The search to fill the newly created administrative position known as the provost and senior vice president has officially been suspended for the year.
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.
A group of junior Hogan Entrepreneurial Leadership Program students and RAs from Northwest Block are coordinating a Tunnel of Oppression event featuring the art of Gonzaga students.
Upon entering the theater for a performance, most audience members usually take a program and find their assigned seats. “Hamletmachine,” written in 1977 by East-German playwright Heiner Müller, combats this traditional setting.
At a university as old as Gonzaga, mysteries and oddities are inevitable. As buildings are renovated and changed, fragments of the past can resurface in strange places.
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.
Most people might assume that if anyone is to know who began the tradition of sending Thoughts and Prayers emails from the president’s office to the community, it would be President Thayne McCulloh himself. But then, most would be wrong.
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…
The annual 40 Days for Life pro-life advocacy campaign against abortion is currently in full swing. The name refers to several events stated in the Bible lasting for 40 days, such as in Noah’s Ark, Moses’ 40 days on Mount Sinai and Jesus’ 40 days in the desert. Many people of Christian faith…
Take a moment to consider the technology around you. From the latest phone models to the most recent electric cars and even the occasional clock or television remote, the fast-paced technology that consumers interact with on a daily basis rely heavily on batteries to keep them alive. But wha…
Bomb Squad and the GU Dance Team perform at every basketball game, but they aren’t the only groups that offer a solid dose of dancing. Swing Dance Club meets every week to satisfy any student’s Footloose-like desire to dance.
The 2018 candidates for Gonzaga Student Body Association (GSBA) president, vice president, speaker of the senate, and treasurer answered questions about their platform at a forum in Joan Jundt Lounge inside Hemmingson Center, Tuesday night.
College is plenty stressful, so if simply placing a plant in a classroom can reduce stress, Gonzaga’s Plant Our Future club is benefiting the entire Gonzaga community.
Gonzaga University continues to make strides toward a more sustainable campus with new reusable food containers at 1887 at Cataldo. The progress comes in the form of green plastic containers that students can pick up when they get food and return later when they are done to be washed for reu…
Last week, the city of Spokane granted Gonzaga permission to build a new science and engineering building near Lake Arthur.
Kristin E. Heyer, professor of theological ethics at Boston College, spoke in the Hemmingson Ballroom on Feb. 26 for the 2018 Spring Flannery Lecture, discussing the dehumanization of immigrants in the U.S. and how Christian ethics can apply to how people should treat immigrants.
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…
The Senate ratified the appointment of three GSBA Senators to positions that were previously unfilled. Those positions were Junior, Senior and School of Education Senators. Kate Bredenberg was ratified as Junior Senator, Aizley Hansen was ratified as Senior Senator and Ben Shenk was ratified…
The saying, “you don’t know what you have until it’s gone,” while dramatic, can be relatable to many college students who have left the comfort of their home and of having a car.
Dressed to the nines, smiling from ear-to-ear, greeting strangers and friends alike with equal enthusiasm, Janice Catherine Michels, fondly known as Sr. Laura, blessed Gonzaga’s campus for over 30 years.
John ‘JJ’ Johnston, a lead officer for CSPS at Gonzaga has a powerful and authoritative presence, but the saying “you can’t judge a book by its cover” applies to people as well; especially in his case.
In Spokane, 1 out of every 13 people are likely to be a victim of the approximately 16,500 property crimes that occur each year in the city, according to Neighborhood Scout, an online database for neighborhood analytics.
With every new product comes feedback of what does and does not work from the consumers. In this case, Gonzaga’s Information and Technology Services (ITS) team and others are currently working on improvements to the new website based on comments.