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Traveling exhibition of Freedom Series presented at Nash

Oct 17 • 111 Views • No Comments on Traveling exhibition of Freedom Series presented at Nash

by Gannon University is displaying a traveling exhibit in the Nash Library that outlines our nation’s freedom concepts from founding until 1968.  The exhibit, titled...

‘The Media Rats’ revisit WERG for Homecoming

by Kevin Sullivan and the Media Rats of 90.5 WERG returned to Gannon University for this year’s Homecoming weekend, which took place from...

Oct 17 • 132 Views

Grad Fair and Expo brings opportunities to students

by Gannon University held its annual Grad Fair and Expo Tuesday, giving students a chance to meet and discuss graduate and professional...

Oct 4 • 340 Views

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Gannon removes name of former bishop

by Gannon University’s Board of Trustees has voted to rescind all awards and honors given to Bishop Emeritus Donald W. Trautman in the...

Oct 3 • 523 Views

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Campus Ministry brings spirituality to Gannon

Oct 17 • 285 Views • No Comments on Campus Ministry brings spirituality to Gannon

by Gannon University prides itself on opportunities for students to grow in their academic, personal and spiritual lives. An integral part of this is through the Campus...

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Gannon looks to its present for inspiration about its future plans

by Our next installment of “Gannon’s History: Past, Present and Future” takes us to an office tucked away in...

Oct 17 • 55 Views

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Local musician’s new album showcases growth as artist

by Teddy Rankin, a junior at Gannon University, is a local musician who at the age of 20 is about to release his third...

Oct 3 • 1504 Views

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Active Minds creates space for conversations about mental health

by It’s no secret that mental illness is a growing problem among college students. In fact, the National Alliance on...

Oct 3 • 278 Views

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Gannon student’s latest album shows mastery of multiple genres

Oct 17 • 238 Views • No Comments on Gannon student’s latest album shows mastery of multiple genres

by Teddy Rankin, a junior English education major at Gannon University, is a local musician who just released his third full-length album, “Omitting the Middle.”...

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Hail the Sun’s ‘Mental Knife’ provides new deep cuts

by As a reviewer I try to find a well-balanced diet between recognizable/digestible and new/intense genres in music and the past few issues...

Oct 17 • 85 Views

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‘The Sinner’ deserves high place in your Netflix queue

by Over the past couple of months, I have not had much time to watch television. Most of my time has been dedicated to studying, or goofing...

Oct 17 • 130 Views

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Latest Kevin Hart comedy proves critics get it wrong

by Kevin Hart’s latest comedy “Night School” has earned a 5.6/10 on IMDB and a 30 percent on Rotten Tomatoes, two scores that I could...

Oct 3 • 538 Views

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Gannon men win CWPA Division II championship

Oct 17 • 113 Views • No Comments on Gannon men win CWPA Division II championship

by The Gannon University men’s water polo team continued its season-long undefeated streak and captured its second straight CWPA DII Championship in the process. The...

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Jones sets career running record against Seton Hill; football beats CalU

by The Gannon University football team celebrated two weeks packed full of homecoming, broken records and a win against...

Oct 17 • 91 Views

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Women’s soccer tops Mercyhurst, West Chester, ties Seton Hill, falls to Stroudsburg

by The Gannon University women’s soccer team notched two wins, a tie and a loss over fall break. The Knights beat...

Oct 17 • 86 Views

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Men’s soccer tops Mercyhurst, Seton Hill to remain PSAC leader

by Over fall break the Gannon University men’s soccer team won two of four games. The Knights beat Mercyhurst (3-1)...

Oct 17 • 72 Views