The Senior Events Committee is a student group on campus that hosts several events for their senior class throughout the spring semester. All of these events are highly attended, and so you won’t want your senior to miss out on the celebrations for their class as they wrap up their college career! So if you

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Hey all you Santas out there!  Gonzaga Outdoors is selling a ski trip gift certificate for your Gonzaga students.  It works like this; you go online to http://commerce.cashnet.com/guoutdoors and click on the ‘Ski Pass Gift Certificate’.  Fill out your student’s information and purchase the ticket.  Then, put it in their stocking for Christmas morning!  They

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Check out the video from KXLY news Gonzaga Student Body Association distributes 500 blinking red lights this week With recent concern for pedestrian student safety, the Gonzaga Student Body Association (GSBA) will distribute 500 blinking red pedestrian safety lights to students residing off campus this Thursday, March 17th, and Friday, March 18th, between the hours

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Colleges Against Cancer understands the contributions that our students and parents have made to past and recent Relay for Life events. For our upcoming event April 8-9, we are hoping to beat our $40,000 fundraising goal from last year and are asking for the help of GU parents to support this great cause.  You can

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By Bobby VanCleve and Jill Yashinsky-Wortman, Student Life Spring Break is one of the most anticipated breaks of the school year.  To students, Spring Break represents the chance to escape the gloom of winter months and burdens of school work.  Many students choose to recharge at home while others travel to domestic and international locations

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Dear Families, Homecoming week is a longstanding tradition at Gonzaga that celebrates our campus community and its traditions and it will be here very soon! This year’s theme is “Keeping the Tradition Alive.” We are going back to our roots and getting in touch with our inner Zags! So what does this mean for you?

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