It was announced that Gonzaga would make plans to return to in person classes in the fall, prompting a lot of excitement from students.
It's been difficult staying connected with friends and family during the pandemic, but new traditions have arisen out of a tumultuous year.
In a letter to the editor last week, Planned Parenthood was written off as an abortion clinic, but the organization does so much more for the community.
With the recent attack on Temple Beth Shalom in Spokane, it prompts a larger conversation about the rise of Anti-Semitism in the United States.
In this week's letter to the editor, there is possible disconnect between GU's Jesuit values and the Gonzaga Students for Reproductive Rights club.
Women face unrelenting pressure from society and the media to appear "young forever." This impossible standard is something that needs to be addressed.
The pandemic has opened our eyes to the widening gap between funding for the arts versus sports. Where will America's priorities leave our beloved theaters?
Newly elected President Biden faces many tough challenges in his early days in office. With the fate of the nation in his hands, how will he uphold his promises?
While known for its outstanding men's basketball team, Gonzaga is more than just a sports school, and its student pride reflects that.
Pixar's new film "Soul" has seen major acclaim for its profound message and theme, but some are unhappy with the portrayal of POC in the story.
With social media as widespread as it is, where do we draw the line between free speech and stopping the dissemination of dangerously wrong information?
Worried about figuring out what you want to study? Remember that life takes many twists and turns and your choice of major doesn't dictate your life.
Biden's inauguration was a moment of celebration for America, but the work to better ourselves and our country cannot end now. We must keep fighting.
While the pandemic has kept us physically apart, the arts have helped keep us emotionally together, as we share in the joys of this creative outlet.
Donald Trump will go down in the history books for many reasons, but becoming the first president to be impeached twice is arguably his biggest stain.
Vanderbilt's Sarah Fuller made college football history and gives young women everywhere a glimpse into what this next generation of sports may look like.
The holidays can be the busiest time of year to travel, so we've rounded up some of the best ways to stay safe while heading home this winter.
Looking for a nice way to relax and stay safe this holiday season? Why not make your very own wine tasting night, from the comfort of your home.
With promising new COVID-19 vaccines on the horizon, it prompts conversations about just how important this discovery is for our future.
Harry Styles' historical Vogue cover and the surprising conservative backlash that followed, paved the way for new conversations about masculinity.
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.
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.