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Restructuring takes place among faculty, staff

Mar 21 • 1347 Views • No Comments on Restructuring takes place among faculty, staff

by Gannon University has embarked on the task of restructuring faculty and staff positions at its Erie campus. The restructuring resulted in the elimination of several...

March for Our Lives

Erie to take part in March for Our Lives event Saturday

by People from around Erie County will gather to listen to students of all ages as they voice their opinions about gun violence Saturday in...

Mar 21 • 413 Views

Editorial board applications available

by Applications are available for students interested in serving on the Editorial Board of The Gannon Knight for the 2018-2019 academic...

Mar 14 • 772 Views


WERG attends IBS media conference, receives awards

by Ten students from Gannon University’s student-operated radio station, 90.5 WERG, attended the 78th annual Intercollegiate Broadcasting...

Mar 14 • 327 Views

Features Features


Today in History: 1964

Mar 20 • 61 Views • No Comments on Today in History: 1964

by A couple dances at the St. Patrick’s Day Military Ball on March 21, 1964. The dance was held at Rainbow Gardens and featured music from Teddy Armen and his...


Good for U promotes community service here, afar

by Gannon’s Good for U initiative is all about helping members of the Gannon community including students, faculty...

Mar 20 • 123 Views


AlumKnights: Saying ‘yes’ to opportunities, accepting failure

by Getting a doctorate in the physical or life sciences is a bit of an unusual experience. It’s one I didn’t even...

Mar 20 • 132 Views


Protect vision during Workplace Eye Wellness Month

by The month of March is full of popular holidays including St. Patrick’s Day, Pi Day and the Ides of March. March is...

Mar 20 • 283 Views


Arts & Leisure Arts & Leisure

Drama Shop play delights audience

Mar 20 • 78 Views • No Comments on Drama Shop play delights audience

by LAUREN MILLER staff writer “Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play,” by Ann Washburn, caught the attention of crowds of local theater-goers in recent weeks at Drama...


Phil Elverum returns as Mount Eerie alias

by ALLAN COLLINS staff writer Phil Elverum is one of those artists who has been around the music scene for quite some time. He produced...

Mar 20 • 82 Views


Netflix movie receives good ratings

by BAILEY MERRITT staff writer Rotten Tomatoes, the well-known movie rating website, has a reputation of grading films harshly. After...

Mar 20 • 157 Views

both sides of the sky

Hendrix posthumous album released

by KYLE JOSEPH features editor If you’re not experienced with the music of Jimi Hendrix, his latest posthumous release may not be the...

Mar 20 • 105 Views

Sports Sports


Competitive cheer battles through East Coast

Mar 20 • 102 Views • No Comments on Competitive cheer battles through East Coast

by The Gannon University women’s and co-ed competitive cheer teams have taken part in a string of events this month, and the co-ed team placed first in all four of...

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Men’s golf places seventh after two-day BrownGolf Invitational

by The Gannon University men’s golf team recorded its best effort ever at the BrownGolf Intercollegiate Invitational...

Mar 20 • 100 Views

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Women’s water polo scores 20 goals but loses twice

by The Gannon University women’s water polo team totaled 20 goals in its pair of road games over the weekend in...

Mar 20 • 255 Views


Acrobatics and tumbling now 4-2

by The Gannon University acrobatics and tumbling team came back from two close losses in Eugene, Ore., on March 11 and...

Mar 20 • 88 Views