By: Zag Dining The ominous notion of the “Freshman 15” can still haunt us, even years after our collegiate days. Have no fear! Whether your Zag is a first-year student or a senior preparing to graduate, Zag Dining is here to encourage a wide variety of healthy eating options and services to assist students in

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  By: Health & Counseling Services   It’s that time of year again. Snow and cold temperatures outside, lots of sniffling and sore throats inside. We always hope to avoid getting sick during cold and flu season, but here are a few tips, just in case. Help guide, but let them decide While they may

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By: Zag Dining   The team at Zag Dining is committed to providing options for students of all tastes, including those who may have food allergies or special dietary needs. Vegetarian and vegan students will find options in the COG every day at Zagriculture, located on the first floor. With daily menu changes, there are

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From the Center for Cura Personalis As students are returning to campus for Spring semester, they often have a set of goals to start the semester strong. While every student is different, most days are packed full of school related activities, work or service, friends or family, and trying to find a way to balance

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  By: Brian Best, Crime Prevention and Education Officer, Campus Security &Public Safety   Thanksgiving break went well for us here at Gonzaga.  I hope the time with your students over the Thanksgiving holiday was amazing. We are soon approaching the winter break, where most students will be leaving us for about a month to

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  By: Brian Best, Crime Prevention and Education Officer, Campus Security and Public Safety As the days get shorter coming into the winter months, Campus Security & Public Security wants to remind you that this is a time for thieves to take advantage of the cover of darkness. This gives a criminal more opportunity to

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By: Campus Security and Public Safety Since summer, the sightings of creepy or scary clowns have spread across the country. In many states, people have reported seeing clowns standing on the side of roads at night, in parking lots, outside schools, near wooded areas and on community trails.  There is really no specific explanation why

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By: Jenna Parisi, Assistant Director, Well-Being and Prevention Education, Center for Cura Personalis At Gonzaga, we understand that students are young adults who are learning to make choices about substance use. Based on our Jesuit tradition of caring for the whole person, we are interested in their holistic well-being and not just reacting to a

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By: Jill Yashinsky-Wortman, Director of the Center for Cura Personalis For many of our students, coming to Gonzaga is their first experience with Jesuit education. For others, this is old hat! The Jesuit educational tradition is rich, longstanding and steeped in special words and phrases that provide meaning for how we support students. One of

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By: Brian Best The Gonzaga University Campus Security and Public Safety (CSPS) department consists of 11 patrol officers. Our office includes three supervisors, a Director, an Associate Director, a Crime Prevention and Education Officer, a Parking Enforcement Officer, a Parking and Office Coordinator, a Dispatch Center and 6 Communication Officers. This team provides 24/7 coverage

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