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  • William Stimson: Democracy dangerous without education

    In recent decades liberal arts courses have been nudged aside by “career skills” courses. Whatever the arguments for these, they unwittingly undermine the old aim of getting students to look …

  • College basketball notes: Stanford’s Dawkins, others fired

    Johnny Dawkins got his second chance at Stanford two years ago after a special run to the Sweet 16. Yet the Cardinal couldn’t consistently make it to the NCAA Tournament, …

  • Gonzaga women testing new point guards

    New Gonzaga women’s basketball coach Lisa Fortier said she knows who is going to be her point guards but she’s not completely sure who will start on Sunday in the …

  • Former GU, Mead standout Jazmine Redmon to play basketball in Germany

    One of the most popular basketball players in Spokane history will get another chance on the hardwood. Former Gonzaga University great Jazmine Redmon has signed a professional contract to play …

  • Gonzaga women lose to JMU in first round

    COLLEGE STATION, Texas – After years of fighting to join the women’s basketball elite, Gonzaga locked horns Sunday with a hungry James Madison program that beat the team it wants …

  • Graves says many similarities between GU, JMU

    Just moments after learning that the Gonzaga women’s basketball team would be playing James Madison in the first round of the NCAA tournament, coach Kelly Graves said he remembered watching …

  • Zags off to Texas

    Having already punched their ticket to the Big Dance, Gonzaga women’s basketball players sat on folding chairs in front of a big-screen television Monday waiting to find out who they …



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