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The Career and Professional Development Office and the Gonzaga Student Body Association are co-hosting a free four-course meal for students alongside a lesson in etiquette from Ray Angle, a certified etiquette consultant and the assistant vice president for Career and Professional Development. 

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Previously banned from showcasing on campus, the show will debut on Feb. 14 at Magnuson Theatre. Gonzaga University has partnered with the YWCA Spokane’s Domestic Violence Safe Shelter for this show. 

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Gonzaga University's Board of Trustees have altered a plan to divest in an attempt to balance sustainability with a diversified portfolio to optimize returns while still responding to student voices. 

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The Center for Cura Personalis became two separate departments and relocated to Crosby on on Jan. 4th .

What used to be one department for fostering student health has now been split into the Center for Cura Personalis and the Office of Promotional health. This structural change is intended to serve students better and promote collaboration with campus partners. 

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In late November, students walked out of classrooms to illustrate their discontent with the university. This demonstration has continued to move Gonzaga toward finding inclusive policies and practices that appease both students and the university. 

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Rick Clark is a non-traditional student at Gonzaga who created a nonprofit called Giving Back Packs Spokane that helps homeless people receive necessities they need in an easy-to-carry backpack. 

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Within a two mile radius of Gonzaga University's campus there are 109 registered sex offenders in 71 different locations residing in the Logan neighborhood, near Gonzaga students. Offenders range from Level 1 to Level III, Level III having the highest risk of reoffending. 

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On Oct. 11 Heidi Keele, a third-year Gonzaga School of Law student, died after a short battle with colon cancer. She was 45. 

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Gonzaga University's School of Law will be hosting an event this Monday, Oct. 29, where former American ambassador to Ireland Kevin O’Malley will be speaking about his time in Ireland under the Obama administration. 

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In light of The New York Times' reports that President Trump  and his family avoided a federal estate tax allowing them to save hundreds of millions of dollars, political club Young Democrats responds to reports. 

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Every week the Gonzaga Student Body Association (GSBA) holds senate meetings to discuss pertinent issues regarding students at GU. The Oct. 15 meeting discussed funding, bylaws and future plans for the semester. 

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Racial and socioeconomic diversity are continually issues addressed at Gonzaga. The university ranks in the bottom 5 percent of qualified national universities in the New York Times’ Ranking of “commitment to economic diversity.” 

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Gonzaga University President Thayne McCulloh addressed the GU community regarding Westboro Baptist Church's plan to picket near campus. 

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Child Health Day will be celebrated on Oct. 1 by Gonzaga University Dance Marathon in Hemmingson and Foley field. They will reveal this year's goals for the fifth annual Zagathon. 

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Students who experience any kind of discrimination, based on sex, gender, race or religion, can report to the BIAS team. Spearheaded through DICE, the team is intended to raise awareness on types of bias, or discrimination.

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In light of the Trump administration's decision to lower to number of refugees that will be allowed to enter the United States for asylum, the Gonzaga College of Republicans and Young Democrats share their opinion on this matter. 

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The Sept. 24 GSBA meeting covered updating bylaws, successful funding results and positions available to be filled. GSBA meets every Monday night at 8 p.m.

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A Senate debate will be coming to Gonzaga University's campus on.The debate is free and will be on Oct. 30 from 7-8 p.m. in the Hemmigson Center.

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Vice President for Student Development, Judi Biggs Garbuio, has been at Gonzaga University for the past five years. Throughout these years, her goal has remained the same: serve students. Using her faith and years of professional experience, she has done just that. 

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In desire of transitioning Gonzaga’s administrative structure to a provost model, President Thayne McCulloh named Dr. Lizbeth “Beth” J. Martin as the interim provost and senior vice president for GU’s 2018-19 academic year. 

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Infatuated with Evans Brother’s coffee and Eddie Bauer clothing, Erik Bruhjell’s initials fit his personality to a tee. A love for all things natural, he loved beeswax candles, and just as they do, he lit up any place he went.

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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.

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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 …

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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…