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Experience the Inuit Tribal Soul Music of PAMYUA in Spokane This Friday

Brothers Phillip and Stephen Blanchett will bring their original Inuit music group — PAMYUA — to Spokane this Friday at Gonzaga’s Myrtle Woldson Performing Arts Center, 211 E. DeSmet Ave.

Utah Women’s Basketball Team Experiences Racism in Cd’A

Utah Women's Basketball Coach Lynne Roberts admitted at a press conference today her team experience "several instances of racial hate crimes" during their stay in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, last week (March 21).

Gonzaga Professors Win Grant to Enhance Children of the Sun Trail in NE Spokane

Professors Katy Roden and Greg Gordon of Gonzaga University recently received a $100,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities in order to create a public platform exploring the history, culture and ecology of Northeast Spokane.

FāVS Religion News Roundup: Feb. 23

Read about a new choir ensemble taking off in the community through Whitworth, a controversial curriculum that hasn't event passed the state legislature already being opposed in a local school district and legal education forum for LGBTQ+ advocacy hosted by Gonzaga in this week's FāVS News Roundup.

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. 

University Students Connect with Benedictine Spirituality

Encouraged by the “Rule of St. Benedict” to welcome all guests as Christ, this evolving Benedictine community of Sisters, oblates, employees and others enjoys the presence of students from universities across the Pacific Northwest during their academic year.

FāVS Religion News Roundup: Nov. 29

Invocations and prayer groups in city halls, a university trying to build understanding in the Israel-Palestine conflict and holiday festivities taking place this weekend flesh out this week's roundup.

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