You may have heard of Gonzaga’s very own on-campus student-run paper, The Gonzaga Bulletin. Or maybe you don’t like to read anything outside of required class readings (the term “read” used lightly). The Bulletin is no ordinary paper, however. It is your ticket to becoming one of the most informed Zags on campus about everything from sports, students, controversy and everything Jesuit. Here are some of the ways your life will improve by reading our very own Gonzaga newspaper:
1.) You will be in the know
…about current campus happenings. What?! Yes, you heard correct. You will actually know what was going on when 50 Zags march down Bull Dog Alley chanting in unison for said cause.
2.) Furthermore…you WILL be in the know about the hottest and most controversial topic on campus
…and it may even spark a heated debate. Despite being written at a traditional Jesuit university, The Bulletin prides itself on allowing its many contributors the freedom to express creativity on complex and controversial issues from varying view-points. Some may even call it, “the edgiest Jesuit newspaper”.
3.) You can strike gold
If you’re “CAUGHT READING” the paper on campus, you have the chance to win a $25 gift certificate to one of many local businesses! Each week presents a new chance to get caught—all that is required of you is to grab the Bulletin, get caught reading, and the gift card shall be bequeathed on ye.
4.) You can become a connoisseur of Spokane fun
This year, the Bulletin will feature “THE To Do List” in the A&E Section, where you will be enlightened with various fun activities to do all around Spokane. This means that when you’re done watching the fourth season of Game of Thrones on HBO, you can step outside and try something new that doesn’t involve Jack & Dans or McDonalds.
5.) You will get to know your peers better
…because isn’t community what we’re all about? Whether it be student athletes, photographers, musicians, actors, fashionistas, political debaters, or club members, you can learn a thing or two about what’s going on with the Zags you see every day!
So next time you speed through college hall on your way to class or meander through Crosby, don’t forget to pick up The Gonzaga Bulletin! Besides, every president of the university read the Bulletin before they were appointed. Coincidence? We think not.