GSBA Blog

Welcome to the GSBA Blog. Here, GSBA members as well as members of the Gonzaga Community have the opportunity to create blog posts on a wide variety of topics from opinion pieces to state of the campus addresses. If you are interested in contributing to the GSBA blog, please contact the GSBA ITS Manager.


Hi everybody! This past month GSBA launched a new monthly newsletter called State of the Zag a newsletter recapping all of the events GSBA put on in the past month, and also a heads up of what’s going in the upcoming month as well. This newsletter is going to be sent to your email box, with al[...]
Regarding the recent opinion articles about the Gloriana concert sponsored by GSBA, there are some misconceptions we would like to address as well as any concerns students may have about the cost of the concert. Foremost, all GSBA events cost money and are never designed as money-makers. We host eve[...]
SPOKANE, WA (August 14, 2014)—Gonzaga Student BodyAssociation is thrilled to announce that Gloriana, an emerging country band currently on tour with Grammy Award winning artist Rascal Flatts and Sheryl Crow, will perform at Gonzaga’s McCarthey Athletic Center on Thursday, September 18 at 7 pm. As th[...]
An open letter from the Director of Finance: Let’s clear the air. There have been numerous false accounts and harsh assertions surrounding the funding process recently. Nearly all of this negative backlash is based on an incomplete set of facts. If I were a student with no affiliation to GSBA or Wom[...]
  In case you missed the Fireside Chat with Thayne McCulloh and Johnny Draxler on Thursday, March 20 here are a few highlights from this educational night!  1.      Dussault Dorm Changes The known apartment style dorms are being revamped. The University has decided to change the Dussault apartm[...]
The Spokane region has so much to offer, especially near GU! With free shuttles leaving from DeSmet circle every Friday and Saturday, it’s the perfect way to explore downtown Spokane! The shuttles also make TWO stops now: River Park Square and the Main Market. Here are a few ideas that make for a fu[...]
Agencies Partner to Issue Cold Weather Health Advisory Spokane Regional Health District and Spokane Department of Emergency Management warn community about dangers of exposure to cold conditions SPOKANE, Wash. – With a wind chill watch in effect and temperatures expected to plummet in the next few d[...]
Dear Zags,   The past couple weeks were marked by confusion and questions around a specific student conduct case. Due to privacy laws, Gonzaga’s administration can’t comment directly on the case. However, as students, we have not been limited in the same way. We felt the need to talk abo[...]