With promising new COVID-19 vaccines on the horizon, it prompts conversations about just how important this discovery is for our future.
2020 has been a year of high highs and low lows, and everything in between. Editor in chief Riley Utley reflects on the year and finds the silver linings.
Harry Styles' historical Vogue cover and the surprising conservative backlash that followed, paved the way for new conversations about masculinity.
In a letter to the editor in response to the attack on GU's Black Student Union, 154 concerned faculty call upon the university to instigate real, progressive change.
There is no denying "Friends" is a beloved show, but it is not the end-all be-all of shows. There are so many other exciting shows we should give a chance.
Our world has been taken over by various streaming services, but which ones are actually worth spending your precious college dollars on?
The Black Student Union was subjected to vile and hateful comments made by anonymous individuals. We as a collective must do more to protect our students of color.
Gonzaga University must be held accountable to their promises of diversity and inclusivity, and must take tangible action towards those promises.
Celebrities are often relied on to promote charities and other activism organizations, but often their collaboration does more harm than good.
The national debt crisis is often overlooked, especially in our current geopolitical climate, yet it remains one of our country's most pressing issues.
Justice Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court confirmation was nothing more than a pawn for the Trump administration, further securing their hold on America.
Finding sustainable options during a global health crisis can be challenging, but the small steps you take today can have a lasting impact on life going forward.
Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett has tipped the court to a conservative majority, something many college students are fearful of.
Pope Francis has come out in support of same-sex unions, and faces much backlash from the Catholic church and other religious figures for his statement.
In the final presidential debate, not two weeks out from the election, the usual rah-rah leading up to November has dulled to exhaustion and annoyance.
In a letter to the editor, Sustainability Leadership Programs Coordinator Madison Dougherty explains that environmental protection is something we all must contribute to.
As we transition out of summer and into the cooler fall months, there is one thing we can all look forward to each year: pumpkin spice.
Progressive legislation passed by the U.S. Supreme Court is under threat after the passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg led to an imbalance on the bench.
Gonzaga's testing protocol is not as far reaching as students might think. The contact tracing is lacking in many aspects of its mission.
President Trump's downplaying of COVID-19 didn't stop after his positive diagnosis. In fact, it's made him more dangerous as a leader than ever.
Ever wondered what happens to Zags that are whisked off to isolation rooms? Here's your chance to get an inside scoop at life in COVID-19 quarantine.
The first and only vice presidential debate happened Wednesday night between Senator Harris and Vice President Pence, where the former held all the power.
The exposure of President Donald Trump's tax evasions has opened the door for the American public to see just how rigged our taxes are in favor of the wealthy.
These past months have shown us that no one is immune to COVID-19, so the best solution forward is to work together with compassion, rather than fight one another.