Gonzaga has been awarded a sub-grant from Fordham University to host a conference initiating conversations around Catholic sexual abuse.
Two opposing columns by a law professor and a GU law student discussed the implications of political clothing in the legal field.
With two debates down, check in on the Democratic candidates for president before the take the stage in September for a third debate.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 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.
With the Cleveland Indians, an MLB team, moving to eliminate the Chief Wahoo logo from their uniforms and stadium signs earlier this month, more steps could be made by other sports teams to build relationships with Native American tribes and change how their cultures are depicted in sports b…
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.
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.
Five months after Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico, the U.S. territory continues to struggle with rebuilding the island as the shadow of economic depression and other issues loom over the island.
On Jan. 1, Gonzaga became the third university in the country to update its contract with Nike by adopting protocol that will give the Workers Rights Consortium (WRC), an independent labor rights monitoring organization, the ability to conduct investigations on the working conditions of fact…
President Donald Trump’s first State of the Union address fairly represented his first year in office; not many victories, a few falsehoods and frustrated Democrats.