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SGA President decided

Feb 17 • 96 Views • No Comments on SGA President decided

by The SGA president for the 2017-2018 school year was named Friday. Kendra Walker, a sophomore finance and accounting major won the student elections with chief of...


CHESS conference to take place Saturday

by By HARLEE BOEHM assistant news editor Gannon University will hold its third annual College of Humanities, Education and Social Services...

Feb 14 • 209 Views


SGA presidential debate: Kendra Walker and Mackenzie Wenrick compete for SGA president

by By SAMANTHA GRISWOLD managing editor, news The spring semester brings many events to Gannon University, one of them being the...

Feb 14 • 236 Views


BSU reflects on Black History Month

by By SAMANTHA GRISWOLD managing editor, news Black History Month as we know it has been celebrated every year during the month of February...

Feb 14 • 210 Views

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Couples on Campus: Professors reminisce on 51 years together

Feb 17 • 95 Views • No Comments on Couples on Campus: Professors reminisce on 51 years together

by According to Priceonomics, farmers, lawyers and teachers are statistically more likely to marry someone within their profession. So, finding married professors who...

Retreat focuses on spirituality in health care

by Health care is essential in all our lives, but does your doctor understand that you may want to pray before a...

Feb 14 • 333 Views


Gannon archivist in local films

by When Gannon University Archivist Bob Dobiesz isn’t busy sorting through school records at the Knight Tower, he can...

Feb 14 • 636 Views


Good for U reflects on Wellness Fair

by Gannon University’s Recreation and Wellness Center was certainly the place to be last week for the 13th Annual...

Feb 14 • 166 Views


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‘The White Snake’ featured at Schuster

Feb 15 • 457 Views • No Comments on ‘The White Snake’ featured at Schuster

by LAUREN SOVISKY staff writer In every culture there is an epic tale that is told and re-told for generations. In England, the legend of Robin Hood has been recreated...

Writer recommends ‘Zombies On Broadway’

by ALLAN COLLINS staff writer After winning his battle with leukemia, Andrew McMahon has pushed himself both physically and emotionally to...

Feb 15 • 147 Views


Red Hot Chili Peppers rock live show

by By TAYLOR WOLFF staff writer What do you get when you combine Will Ferrell’s doppelganger, two hyperactive 54-year-olds, a walking...

Feb 15 • 281 Views


Adele dominates Grammy Awards

by OLIVIA BURGER staff writer Awards were accepted, performances and politics combined, and the music of 2017 was celebrated Sunday evening...

Feb 15 • 145 Views

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High scores for cheer

Feb 14 • 105 Views • No Comments on High scores for cheer

by The Gannon University competitive cheer team had another rewarding performance for both squads Sunday. The women’s squad as well as the coed squad competed...

Dogan Free Throw

Men’s basketball beats CalU, Clarion

by Coming off a close loss to Seton Hill, the Gannon University men’s basketball team rallied to string together a...

Feb 14 • 303 Views

Budd take down

Wrestling on a hot streak

by The Gannon University wrestling team is on possibly its best hot streak going into postseason action. This all...

Feb 14 • 114 Views


Women’s water polo loses first four

by For the first time this season, the Gannon University women’s water polo team suited up and met the opposition...

Feb 14 • 185 Views