From noon to 1 p.m., members of the GU community gathered on Zoom to listen to and validate the experiences of students of color.
On Monday GU will be hosting the Washington Policy Center and Young Professionals first part of the debate regarding tax policy. The second part of the debate will take place on Tuesday at Washington State University.
On Monday, March 25 Spokane native and New York Times columnist Tim Egan spoke in the Hemmingson Ballroom about the importance of studying history and the shared narratives.
Love Your Body Week is an annual event at Gonzaga hosted by the dance program. It's goal is to help students and community members to have a healthy relationship with their own body.
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.
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.
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.
On Nov. 9, United Way, a local non-profit, hosted Excelerate Success in Gonzaga’s Hemmingson Ballroom to discuss issues surrounding education equity in Spokane County.
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.
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.”
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.
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.
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…
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).
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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…
It’s been a rough couple years for extreme weather. By this point, we all probably know someone who’s been affected by a recent weather catastrophe such as a hurricane, drought, flooding or wildfire. Even the most stubborn climate change skeptic might be starting to ask the question: Is this…
For many students, waiting in line for basketball games is a key component of the Gonzaga experience. Whether sleeping in a tent on Herak lawn, or finishing homework in a lawn chair outside of McCarthey, the tradition of ticket distributions unifies a campuswide community. Another form of ti…
On Feb. 7, the Hemmingson ballroom was filled with students, faculty and community members who came to listen to business and media mogul Steve Forbes present on the importance of the free market.
Last month, Gonzaga’s Students for Life club participated in the 14th annual Walk for Life West Coast and the Students for Life of America West Coast Conference in San Francisco.
For many, Forbes Magazine is a household name, famous for both its savvy business reporting and yearly lists of the highest-paid celebrities and entrepreneurs.
Jane Clementi, whose son died by suicide as a result of cyberbullying, spoke at Gonzaga University Monday night in a program designed to raise awareness about suicide prevention.
The 2017 GUSR Olympics, the Gonzaga University Specialized Recreation (GUSR) fall production, will take place Sunday and Monday at 7 p.m. in the Cataldo Globe Room. Tickets are available in Hemmingson today and tomorrow for a $5 donation. Tickets are also available at the door for the same p…
President Thayne McCulloh expressed his disagreement with the Republican tax bill that’s passed through the House and awaits a vote in the Senate, in an email to the GU community Tuesday.
On Tuesday Nov. 28, on a cold rainy night, Eye to Eye and the Center for Community Engagement (CCE) held a Share Your Story event where students with learning disabilities shared their experiences at Wolff Auditorium, detailing how Eye to Eye has helped them and the importance of accommodati…
The university will release a survey to measure the level of community involvement Gonzaga communities members participate in and how it impacts the community.