Author archives: knightadmin

  • Editor doesn’t clown around with fitness

    Mar 9, 11 • 609 Views • Sports1 Comment

    by My life was changed by an anonymous person I never met.  In fact, I couldn’t even describe the features on his makeup-laden face. The only thing I can actually remember is his snotty voice – a voice that my brain has replayed each day for the past few...

  • Seniors encouraged to take part in event Wednesday

    Mar 9, 11 • 655 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by In order to finalize graduation details for seniors, Gannon will host Senior Salute from 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday in the third floor lobby of the A.J. Palumbo Academic Center. This day-long event will give Gannon seniors, who will be graduating...

  • History of Irish holiday shows cultural balance

    Mar 9, 11 • 1280 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Everyone is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day. It’s a holiday associated with the color green, beer, leprechauns and shamrocks. It’s a day where suddenly the entire world has turned into Emerald City with everyone wearing green. However, most people who don...

  • Commemorate Lenten season with perserverance

    Mar 9, 11 • 725 Views • Finding God on Gannon's Campus, OpinionNo Comments

    by Spring break is now over, and the focus of our lives is on the final few weeks of school and selecting courses for next fall’s semester. What classes do I need? What about a summer job? What will I be involved in when I return? These issues can be...

  • Knightly News

    Mar 9, 11 • 555 Views • Knightly NewsNo Comments

    by Recyclemania challenge continues Recyclemania is underway and will continue through April 2. During this time, Gannon will be measuring and reporting its recycling and waste production to compete in this nationwide collegiate challenge aimed at increasing...

  • Trip to Washington, D.C. sets post-graduation plans

    Mar 9, 11 • 654 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by Spring break was unlike any other for me, in several different ways. Not only did I actually travel out of the Erie area, but I got the opportunity to travel to my favorite place on the planet – Washington, D.C. I’ve never been on a more educational...

  • SBDC to hold seminar on developing business plans

    Mar 9, 11 • 548 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by Gannon University’s Small Business Development Center (SBDC) will offer a seminar on “Writing a Winning Business Plan.” The seminar will be offered at the Corry Higher Education Council, 221 N. Center St. in Corry, from 5:30-8:30 p.m. on March 22,...

  • ‘Duh, winning!’

    Mar 9, 11 • 613 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by A new world leader has emerged. With his sunken cheeks, distinctively pointed nose and take-on-the-world eyebrows, Charlie Sheen is on a mission to restore order and separate the men from the “trolls.” But a man with such eloquence deserves his own...

  • Mardi Gras parades give more than beads

    Mar 9, 11 • 667 Views • Arts & Leisure, NewsNo Comments

    by New Orleans, Louisiana, also known as “N’awlins” or “NOLA” to the locals, is unlike any place I’ve ever been to before. I travelled down to the Big Easy with only expectation, pounding out the most fun I could within the seven days I was there....

  • Get Rec’d committee readies for event

    Mar 9, 11 • 609 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by The 12th annual Get Rec’d event will take place 8 p.m. Saturday at the Carneval Athletic Pavilion at Gannon University. As always, the KnightLIFE-sponsored event is free to all students. Every year, Get Rec’d is held on or around St. Patrick’s Day in...