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Greek social events policy revised

Oct 4 • 205 Views • No Comments on Greek social events policy revised

by Gannon University officials hope that Greek social events will become safer with the recent approval of an updated policy. The new document, which was rolled out to...

University prepares for Homecoming

by Gannon University is set to hold its annual Homecoming Weekend from Friday through Sunday with the theme of “Around the World.” Over...

Oct 4 • 209 Views

New Ruskin campus, EDDC plans revealed

by The Gannon University Board of Trustees has approved the construction of an 80,000-square-foot building on the university’s campus in...

Oct 4 • 208 Views

Grad Fair Expo

Gannon hosts Graduate Fair Expo

by Gannon University students and alumni were able to meet with representatives from diverse graduate and professional programs to discuss...

Sep 30 • 174 Views

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AlumKnights: A call to serve

Oct 3 • 184 Views • No Comments on AlumKnights: A call to serve

by Editor’s note: Lisa Spiller, Ph.D., is a 1982 alumna of the College of Engineering and Business and received her MBA from Gannon University in 1984. Lisa is a 2017...

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Students serve Shankar Service Foundation

by Udai Singh, Ph.D., a professor in Gannon University’s mechanical engineering department, and his family recently...

Oct 3 • 525 Views

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Today in History: 1985

by Mike Demma, class of 1963 and an alumnus of the Delta Sigma Phi fraternity, celebrates at the organization’s first...

Oct 3 • 70 Views

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Good for U promotes its misssion year-round

by Good for U, Gannon University’s initiative to promote wellness in the campus community, plans to continue its...

Oct 3 • 109 Views

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Slanting the world one liberty at a time

Oct 4 • 197 Views • No Comments on Slanting the world one liberty at a time

by BAILEY MERRITT staff writer An eight-year struggle recently turned into a huge victory for the Asian-American band called The Slants. In a fight to trademark their...

‘Kingsman 2: The Golden Circle’ disappoints

by BENJAMIN HAYLETT staff writer For anyone who has not seen “Kingsman 2: The Golden Circle,” this review contains major spoilers. You...

Oct 3 • 229 Views

Demi Lovato returns with ‘Tell Me You Love Me’

by OLIVIA HAHNER staff writer If you grew up watching Disney or Nickelodeon, then you know this star. She is not only an iconic pop star,...

Oct 3 • 317 Views

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Pittsburgh festival thrives in year five

by OLIVIA BURGER a&l editor The fifth annual Thrival Innovation + Music Festival held in Pittsburgh started and ended on a high last...

Oct 3 • 511 Views

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Women’s soccer improves to 7-1-1 overall

Oct 3 • 157 Views • No Comments on Women’s soccer improves to 7-1-1 overall

by There is plenty of credit to go around these days as far as the Gannon University women’s soccer team is concerned. The Knights have been getting standout...

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Football falls despite Jones’ performance

by The Gannon University football team lost its second heartbreaker in two weeks, falling 24-22 to rival Mercyhurst...

Oct 3 • 167 Views

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Men’s soccer increases win streak to six after 3-1 win

by The Gannon University men’s soccer team kept on rolling last week, adding another win to a recent unbeaten streak...

Oct 3 • 100 Views

Three In Row

Volleyball defeats 2016 PSAC runner-up

by In its first meeting with the University of Pittsburgh-Johnstown since last year’s Pennsylvania State Athletic...

Oct 3 • 105 Views