Gonzaga University's COG is expected to be completely demolished by the end of July, when construction wil begin on the new University Center.Read More »
Two fireplaces will glow inside Gonzaga University’s new University Center, symbolizing the words of St. Ignatius of Loyola who once said, “Go forth and set the world on fire.”
The $60 million, 167,726 square-foot building, which is set to be completed in Fall 2015, will be an anchor for the university’s Jesuit mission, President Thayne McCulloh said Thursday evening at a groundbreaking ceremony.Read More »
This week the Religion News Service reported that a group of parents in San Diego want yoga banned from public schools.
The parents claim “volcano part one,” “silent gorilla,” and “rag doll" iaren't physical fitness, instead are a form of religious practice and therefore inappropriate in a school setting.Read More »
SAN DIEGO (RNS) In an elementary school classroom with an American flag draped over one wall, a couple dozen students rose to standing positions. Then they shifted into poses called “volcano part one,” “silent gorilla,” and “rag doll.”Read More »
Spokane Faith & Values is pleased to be working with a second intern this summer.
Madison Garner is a sophomore at Whitworth University where she is majoring in journalism and mass communication.Read More »
Gonzaga University will break ground on its new 167,726-square-foot, three-story University Center during a ceremony at 6 p.m., Thursday, July 11; reception begins at 5:15 p.m. Gonzaga President Thayne McCulloh, Spokane Mayor David Condon, business and community leaders, and Gonzaga staff faculty and students will be at the event, according to a press release.Read More »