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Gonzaga students worked with accused priests at Bea House

For years, Gonzaga University students held part-time jobs at Cardinal Bea House, a Jesuit-owned building on the school’s campus that has drawn attention as a retirement home for priests, including …


The question still follows GU President Thayne McCulloh: Did he know? Some are certain that he did

In recent months, a refrain has arisen from many people who live, teach and study at Gonzaga University: There’s no way Thayne couldn’t have known.


UPDATED: Tue., April 16, 2019

Gonzaga University forming panel to address clergy sex abuse

Four months after Gonzaga University was criticized for allowing sexually abusive priests to live on campus, Gonzaga President Thayne McCulloh announced Monday he is assembling a commission to address the …


Gonzaga University’s new performing arts center celebrates life, passions of Myrtle Woldson

The center, on the western edge of campus, opens April 25 with a performance of “A New Season.”


Rob Curley: Going to the game with Thayne

Seated eight rows behind the Bulldogs’ bench, Thayne McCulloh is just as nervous as the rest of the 1,000 or so people decked out in Gonzaga colors in the Honda …


President Thayne McCulloh sports Gonzaga tartan at pep rally

The leader of the Zags has been known to come to the West Coast Conference rally in various wild outfits – like showing up last year in a full Gonzaga …


UPDATED: Tue., Dec. 18, 2018

Jesuits pledge to stop sending accused priests to Gonzaga

Jesuit leaders promised Tuesday they will never again send a priest to live at Gonzaga University if they are aware of any “credible allegation” that the priest has sexually abused …


UPDATED: Tue., Dec. 18, 2018

Gonzaga President Thayne McCulloh responds to report on Jesuits sending abusive priests to live on campus

Gonzaga University’s president responded late Monday to an investigative report detailing how Jesuit priests accused of sexually abusing children were sent to live in a retirement home on the school’s …


UPDATED: Thu., April 12, 2018

Gonzaga dedicates game-changing Volkar Center for Athletic Achievement

It was the first word out of Pat Volkar’s mouth, and probably the sentiment hundreds were feeling Thursday at the dedication of Gonzaga’s Volkar Center for Athletic Achievement.


UPDATED: Mon., March 5, 2018

Dressed in uniform from head to toe, Gonzaga president Thayne McCulloh embracing school spirit at WCC Tournament

If the Gonzaga Bulldogs needed an extra man on the sidelines, Thayne McCulloh is ready to step in.


Gonzaga president Thayne McCulloh sees Bulldogs’ history, success tied to community

Gonzaga president Thayne McCulloh stood in the student section at the end of the basketball court on Saturday.


UPDATED: Wed., March 29, 2017

Enrollment, endowment soar with Gonzaga hoops success

As Gonzaga University prepares to make it first Final Four appearance, the university also is celebrating 20 years of off-the-court successes. Enrollments, endowments and budget increased since 1999, when Zags …


Tartan design looms at GU

When Gonzaga University President Thayne McCulloh unveiled the school’s new tartan Friday, Jen Garrison Stuber was on hand weaving one. Stuber, who owns the weaving business Angry Spinner in Newman …


Gonzaga University’s basketball success fuels unprecedented growth

Gonzaga University’s basketball team has netted more than just wins in the past 15 years. The Zags have spawned a transformation of a tiny, struggling college into a national brand …


Zambian teachers attend two-week GU master’s program

When 25 lecturers from Charles Lwanga College of Education in the Republic of Zambia arrived in Spokane almost two weeks ago, the only thing that seemed familiar was the temperature …


Gonzaga donor once convicted of 1993 money laundering

A Gonzaga University trustee credited with the largest single donation to the school also has a criminal record of money laundering. John J. Hemmingson was convicted by a New Orleans …


GU worker faces child rape charges

A Spokane man has been charged with child rape and molestation in a case that has prompted Gonzaga University officials to review on-campus security measures. Timothy D. Woodard, 48, a …


Gonzaga president overturns Knights of Columbus decision

Gonzaga University’s president has overturned a decision to deny the Knights of Columbus – an all-male, all-Catholic student club – recognition as a sponsored organization on campus. “This sponsorship is …


GU law school fights enrollment trend

Gonzaga School of Law will celebrate its 100th year with a party this weekend. But the bigger news for GU law school Dean Jane Korn on Tuesday was learning that …


Renowned primatologist, journalist to speak at GU

Three-time Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Thomas L. Friedman and world-renowned primatologist and conservationist Jane Goodall will be the featured speakers in Gonzaga University’s third annual Presidential Speaker Series. “These individuals challenge …


Shawn Vestal: Tutu offers chance to challenge our beliefs

The madness that afflicts Gonzaga usually ends in March. But this year there’s been a prominent case of April Madness – an effort to undo the “travesty” of having Archbishop …


Leaders embrace roles at faith-based universities

Thayne McCulloh and Beck Taylor may be separated by denomination, but the new leaders of Spokane’s two dominant private universities share more similarities than differences in matters of leadership, educational …


Submit questions for Gonzaga, Whitworth presidents

Spokesman-Review staff members will be sitting down Tuesday with the new presidents of Whitworth University and Gonzaga University to talk about their visions for the future. We want to know …


Gonzaga has first non-Jesuit president

Thayne McCulloh on Friday was promoted from interim president of Gonzaga University to president, and becomes the first non-Jesuit to lead the school in its history.