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Saturday, February 24, 2024

Mia Gallegos

Mia Gallegos is a junior studying Journalism and Digital Marketing at Gonzaga University. Her love for journalism began in high school within her hometown of Broomfield, Colorado. She has written for the Gonzaga Bulletin since she first began at GU. Aside from writing, she is a passionate dancer and member of the Gonzaga University Bomb Squad, GU’s exclusively Hip-Hop dance team. Mia is a dedicated Catholic and is excited to be interning with FāVS during the Spring 2024 semester. She is looking forward to learning about religions aside from her own and to gain more journalistic prowess by working with the skilled reporters of FāVS.

Former Spokane Police Chief, Craig Meidl, to Discuss Faith and Career

This week Craig Meidl, the former police chief of Spokane, will be coming to LifeSource Community Church in Couer d'Alene to discuss the ways in which his faith aided him in his career.

‘Hell of a Book’ Author to Discuss His New Novel at SCLD Online Event

Jason Mott's "Hell of a Book" encompasses themes of racism, police violence and what it means to be an African American living in the United States. It took 10 years to write and has received high praise since its debut.

West Central Abbey Serves Up Valentines from God this Ash Wednesday

With Ash Wednesday falling on Valentine’s Day this year, West Central Abbey found a way to couple their usual Lenten season kick-off with something unique to the holiday. “Our plan is to make Valentines from God for each other,” the Rev. Katy Shedlock said in an email.

Acclaimed Poet to Discuss Art’s Relationship with Faith at Whitworth

Christian Wiman, a poet, author and editor of over 10 books, will be discussing the relationship between faith and art in March at Whitworth University.

Gonzaga Climate Institute Receives Grant to Increase Wildfire Smoke Safety in Low Income Neighborhoods

Of the more than $10 million in grant money coming from the Biden-Harris Administration to combat extreme wildfire smoke pollution, $3.4 million is going toward aiding communities in Idaho, Oregon and Washington, including the Institute for Climate, Water, and the Environment at Gonzaga University, which was awarded $1.1 million of this total. 

FāVS Writers to Participate in Jewish Film Festival Panel Feb. 1

Writers from FāVS News will be participating in a panel discussion on Feb. 1 as part of the 20th Annual Spokane Jewish Film Festival.

WA May Pass Bill to Increase Holocaust and Genocide Awareness in Schools

April may become designated as International Holocaust and Genocide Prevention and Awareness Month within the state of Washington, courtesy of the efforts of several members of the Washington State Legislature.

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