Jane Goodall can’t get away from chimpanzees. She’s peppered with questions about them. The word “primates” follows her name around like a child trails its modish older sibling.Read More »
Ryan Rotela, a devout Mormon attending Florida Atlantic University at Davie, Fla., was suspended from his intercultural communications class for refusing to stomp on a piece of paper with the name "Jesus" written on it, CBS affiliate WPEC reported Thursday.
According to WPEC, the class was conducting an exercise that was spelled out in the textbook, “Intercultural Communication: A Contextual Approach, 5th Edition.”Read More »
Spokane Faith & Values has three interns this semester.
Al Stover is the newest addition to our team. He's a journalism major at Eastern Washington University and an editor for the Easterner.Read More »
As part of its 125th Anniversary celebration, Gonzaga University has launched a new series of free faculty lectures titled “Transformation Cafes," which will be presented in neighborhood venues.
According to a press release, this is a way for the university to bring scholars into the community to, "share knowledge, perspectives and the joy of learning with more residents."Read More »
The GED price tag doubled this year.
Getting a state I.D., which is required to take the test, has increased by $25. And getting a birth certificate to get that I.D. is another $20.Read More »
On Feb. 26 the Rev. Frank Case, Gonzaga University’s vice president for mission, will discuss his 18-year service at Jesuit headquarters in a lecture entitled “Reflections on Rome.”Read More »