Parking pass fees have sparked a debate on campus as to whether students should be required to pay this year.
Gonzaga's fall reopening plans are put to the test as students arrive back on campus. Will they rise to the occasion or fall short, only time will tell.
Sen. Kamala Harris recently joined the Democratic ticket as Joe Biden's running mate, leaving people with mixed feelings about this partnership.
Staff writer Caitlin Relvas asks GU students to dig deeper and think about how they can actively apply Jesuit values in our world today
Editor Luke Modugno sees 2020 as a year of positive changes and a year that cultivates human kindness and support, amidst all the turmoil and struggles we have faced thus far.
Editor Thea Skokan reassures first year students that if your college experience doesn't look or feel like a movie, that is perfectly alright.
Natalie Rieth reflects on her first year at GU and offers incoming freshmen some tidbits of advice she wishes she'd known her freshman year (and what they won't tell you during orientation).
Staff writer Lillian Piel touches on the importance of keeping your mental and physical health in check, as well as resources on campus to help you do just that.
Digital editor Mila Yoch reckons with student reactions on Twitter to Gonzaga's communication (or lack thereof) during these past few months.
Sanitizing surfaces, and wearing gloves and masks are important steps in combating COVID-19, and helping the world return back to "normal."
The effects of COVID-19 give Gonzaga students time to reflect and show gratitude for their professors, who often work tirelessly to enhance courses.
Closing schools in Washington isn't easy for students, parents or teachers. Amid the coronavirus outbreak, ensuring students' continued education is vital.
Thousands of medical professionals are endangering themselves to help those amid the coronavirus outbreak and deserve our respect and thanks.
Gonzaga moving classes online in response to coronavirus is hard for seniors. It is important to remember the memories and know the best is yet to come.
President Donald Trump's response to COVID-19 is too little, too late. The virus' economic and political effects will last until the fall election.
Moving forward it is important to put those at risk before ourselves and stay away from large crowds, even if it means losing out on fun.
The "for here" mug at Starbucks provide an opportunity for students to practice sustainability and drinking from a mug is more soothing than drinking out of paper.
Professors from different backgrounds can provide wide ranges of thoughts and ideas to Gonzaga's campus and bring a sense of comfort to students of color.
Although Spires yearbooks are no longer free, students should still purchase them. The memories portrayed are representative of the effort put into Spires.
Students for Reproductive Rights Club originally denied due to affiliation with Planned Parenthood, moves forward despite challenges with GU administration.
Super Tuesday took place on March 3, and the results were unexpected. Former Vice President Joe Biden won major states and he seems to be the new front runner.
Powerful Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein has been found guilty. But, there are still strides that need to be made to protect victims of sexual violence.
The LGBTQ+ Legal Rights Clinic at GU School of Law would help a marginalized population. Bishop Daly's comments are outdated and unwarranted.