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Accepted students visit campus during overnight event

Feb 21 • 19 Views • No Comments on Accepted students visit campus during overnight event

by Gannon University became home to high school seniors for a two-day event Sunday and Monday. High school seniors accepted to Gannon had the opportunity to live and...

Ruskin Dedication

Ruskin campus holds groundbreaking ceremony

by Gannon University celebrated Friday as it recognized the modernization of existing facilities and unveiled plans to construct a new $21...

Feb 21 • 41 Views


CHESS Conference set to take place Saturday

by Gannon University’s College of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences (CHESS) and the English Department will be hosting the fourth...

Feb 14 • 159 Views

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Holocaust song event brings new perspective to students

by Alix Wall, whose family survived the Holocaust, visited Gannon University Thursday to tell students of her family’s history and show...

Feb 14 • 196 Views

Features Features


AlumKnights: Never stop learning

Feb 20 • 106 Views • No Comments on AlumKnights: Never stop learning

by I never really had pets growing up. My early interactions with dogs were limited to “Homeward Bound” and “Lady and the Tramp.” “Homeward Bound” is one of...

Football team doctor with injured player on field

Support group for injured athletes starting in March

by Injured student-athletes on campus will now have a support group to talk to that knows what they are going through....

Feb 20 • 44 Views


Students prepare for Alternative Break Service Trips

by Gannon University’s Good for U initiative offers opportunities for students, faculty and staff to explore their...

Feb 20 • 64 Views


Today in History: 1996

by Students Andy Shaffer (left), Michael Palermo and Arif Vysal and Charles Bennett, director of Gannon’s Center for...

Feb 20 • 36 Views


Arts & Leisure Arts & Leisure

‘Murder on the Nile’ pleases writer

Feb 20 • 47 Views • No Comments on ‘Murder on the Nile’ pleases writer

by LAUREN SOVISKY staff writer Set your sights for the desert as you relax on a steamer traveling down the Nile and attempt to answer the question of “who killed the...


MGMT releases new album

by ALLAN COLLINS staff writer A legendary synth pop group is back after a five-year grace period of touring, remixing and reflecting....

Feb 20 • 50 Views

‘Placebo’ production delights writer

by OLIVIA HAHNER staff writer “Placebo,” one of many shows in the Fringe Fest lineup this year, had the audience feeling every emotion...

Feb 20 • 40 Views


Artist Spotlight Series: Lil Skies

by MATTHEW FASSNACHT staff writer In a generation where the newest hip-hop artists have been dubbed “Xanax mumble rappers,” the 2018...

Feb 20 • 159 Views

Sports Sports


Swimming, diving head to PSAC competition

Feb 20 • 91 Views • No Comments on Swimming, diving head to PSAC competition

by The Gannon University swimming and diving team will ship out to York, Pa., at the Graham Aquatics Center for the PSAC Championships Wednesday through Saturday. Both...


Wrestling defeats Mercyhurst in final regular season match

by The Gannon University wrestling team officially capped off its regular season with a satisfying 20-15 victory over...

Feb 20 • 47 Views


Women’s water polo claims three of four games at invitational

by The Gannon University women’s water polo team made it into the win column in a big way over the weekend, as the...

Feb 20 • 35 Views

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Men’s basketball holds onto Porreco Pride of Erie trophy

by The Gannon University men’s basketball team kept the Porreco Pride of Erie Game trophy after defeating Mercyhurst...

Feb 20 • 67 Views