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Gonzaga debate team members largely unswayed by Harris and Pence’s debate performances

After Vice President Mike Pence and Democratic nominee Kamala Harris faced off in the vice presidential debate Wednesday night in Salt Lake City, students in a virtual debate-watch event co-hosted by Gonzaga University called the debate more civil than the clash between the presidential candidates a week earlier but said the meeting did little to change their viewsof either candidate.

Grabbing eyes to cover faces: COVID-19 ad campaign targets young adults

The Spokane Regional Health District will roll out the new ads on social media platforms and streaming services popular among those in their 20s. Health officials hope the ads will demonstrate the proper way to safely engage in familiar activities, like grabbing a beer, dining out or skateboarding.

McKinstry breaks ground on Gonzaga, UW medical education and innovation center in U-District

A community vision continues to come life as the 770-acre University District is now home to six universities, Avista Development and McKinstry’s Catalyst Building and two medical schools – Washington State University's Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine and the University of Washington-Gonzaga University Regional Health Partnership, which is expanding health care education through a new building that broke ground Thursday. 

Whitworth, Gonzaga presidents say campus reopenings are delicate balancing act

"Both Gonzaga and Whitworth enroll very bright students, but our students come from very diverse backgrounds. And what we learned in the spring was that many of our students simply were not able to succeed to the extent that they were capable, because we were in an online format," Whitworth President Beck Taylor said in an interview.

Gonzaga Fulbright scholar with passion for the environment heading to Taiwan

Kaiya Collins’ degrees in elementary education and environmental studies were a perfect match. Her passion for these two topics has not only led to success at Gonzaga University, but also will help her continue to find success as she travels to Taiwan to teach English on a Fulbright Scholarship.