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 Bishop Daly's comments are outdated and unwarranted.
In a divisive society its important media be representative. Reporting the truth and holding people accountable is a serious responsibility of journalists.
Patrise Cullors spoke about the importance of activism. Senior Todd Obilor was inspired by her statements as a student at GU striving to make change on campus.
Bloomberg took the stage at the Nevada primary Bloomberg did not impress a the debate, took cheap-shots at opponents and brings chaos to Democratic Party.
A popular volunteer opportunity at Gonzaga is coaching for Ignite Basketball Association. IBA provides a learning experience and lasting memories.
When life gets you down it is important to get back up. Failure seems like the end of the world, but those less privileged put things in perspective.
The results of the Iowa caucus were controversially delayed. Determining a clear winner was disputed, but Pete Butigieg was ultimately the winner.
The early primary elections in Iowa and New Hampshire are significantly important for the democratic candidates in securing the nomination.
New Year's resolutions are not for everyone. Creating new goals or starting over is not reserved for only one day a year. Each day can offer a new beginning.
GU denied Students For Reproductive Rights Club club status due to its affiliation with Planned Parenthood. It would promote sex ed and reproductive health.