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Choosing a Torah: Gonzaga’s Jewish Bulldogs Take Monumental Step

Gonzaga University is buying their first Torah for the small community of Jewish students, faculty, and staff members lead by Rabbi Elizabeth Goldstein.

Gonzaga’s YoungLife Ministry Disbands Over LGBT Policy

On Sept. 17, Gonzaga YoungLife (@guyounglife on Instagram) officially announced they were disbanding over sexual health policy.

Upcoming Conference at Gonzaga to address combating hate

Next month, Gonzaga University will host its 5th International Conference on Hate Studies. The conference intends to bring several researchers and thought leaders to help find ways for the community to combat hate and promote human rights and justice in their neighborhoods.

No Fear in Love Race Dedicated to Young People and Healthy Relationships

She started the No Fear in Love (NFIL) race to do just that, which is now in its 8th year and will take place on Saturday, March 2, at 6:29 a.m. (sunrise), on the campus of Gonzaga University.

Gonzaga Bulldogs, rabbi, lead Passover Seder for Zags

Rabbi Elizabeth Goldstein, an associate professor in religious studies at Gonzaga University, and the Jewish Bulldogs hosted a Passover Seder Wednesday night at the Globe room in Cataldo Hall where attendees not only received a meal, but also a lesson on it, its traditions and what each food and practice symbolized as people engaged in discussion and song. 

Tarana Burke founder of Me Too movement and Journalist Ronan Farrow to speak at Gonzaga

Tarana Burke, founder of the Me Too Movement, and journalist Ronan Farrow, who broke the Harvey Weinstein story in the "New Yorker," will share their perspectives on the Me Too Movement and their own work on Friday, April 20 at 7 p.m. in the McCarthey Athletic Center at Gonzaga.

Gonzaga Lecture: Is this Global Warming?

The Spokane community is invited to a lecture on campus Monday titled, "Is This Global Warming?"

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