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I-HACK building undergoing renovations

Sep 18 • 48 Views • No Comments on I-HACK building undergoing renovations

by Renovations to the Institute for Health and Cyber Knowledge in what is currently the Knight Tower are about to begin. The renovated building will create several new...

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GIVE Day energizes student body

by Gannon’s Invitation to Volunteer Everywhere, more commonly known as GIVE Day, will take place Saturday as the entire Knight community...

Sep 18 • 18 Views

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Tobacco policy shifts campus focus, mission

by A revision of Gannon University’s tobacco policy went into effect Aug. 1 to support efforts to transition to a tobacco-free campus as...

Sep 11 • 196 Views

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Gannon enrollment numbers grow

by Gannon University has reached its highest total enrollment since the fall of 1991, amassing a current tally of 4,444 students. For the...

Sep 11 • 240 Views

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Powerful traveling exhibit seeks to break the silence surrounding suicide prevention

Sep 18 • 31 Views • No Comments on Powerful traveling exhibit seeks to break the silence surrounding suicide prevention

by Active Minds is working to change the conversation about mental health on college campuses across the country, and Gannon University’s chapter of this national...

CHESS series kicks off with Islamic hip-hop lecture

by The intersection of hip-hop music and Islam might seem strange to someone who doesn’t know much about either, but...

Sep 18 • 46 Views

Psychology professor writes statistics blog for students

by Jessica Hartnett, an associate professor in Gannon University’s psychology program, shares her love of statistics...

Sep 18 • 30 Views


WERG becomes an affiliate with NBCNewsRadio

by Listeners of Gannon University’s student-produced radio station, 90.5 WERG, may notice a change in broadcasting...

Sep 11 • 262 Views


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You’ll float too if you see ‘It: Chapter 2’

Sep 18 • 34 Views • No Comments on You’ll float too if you see ‘It: Chapter 2’

by Something is coming. We can all feel its presence. It is . . . the spooky time of the year. Insert cheesy lightning and thunder sound effects here. Yes, it’s true,...


Eerie childhood classic film ‘Coraline’ still frightening

by As children we have grown up playing with dolls. However, most dolls we play with do not look like us and are not found in a...

Sep 18 • 41 Views


‘The Fall of Hobo Johnson’ needs to reach more listeners

by There is a lot to unpack with Hobo Johnson’s third album, “The Fall of Hobo Johnson.” Between the distorted vocals, the funny...

Sep 18 • 34 Views

Upcoming Schuster play brings wintry weather, magic

by The first Schuster Theatre production of the year is sweeping in next week with an icy breeze and heartwarming storyline. “Almost,...

Sep 18 • 22 Views

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Senior reflects on long and successful career

Sep 18 • 25 Views • No Comments on Senior reflects on long and successful career

by For many athletes, just being able to play with their teammates and have their support is one of the greatest experiences they have playing on a collegiate sports...

Football falls to West Chester Golden Rams

by Costly turnovers played a major role as Gannon University dropped its home football opener to 19th-ranked West...

Sep 18 • 19 Views


Senior men’s water polo player prepares for future

by Gannon University’s fall sports season is now in full swing, and for some players, it may be their final season as...

Sep 18 • 26 Views


Gannon cross country teams flourish in Division II/III Challenge

by The Gannon University men’s and women’s cross country teams participated in the Division II/III Challenge in...

Sep 18 • 15 Views