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  • Promising movie takes inferior turn

    Feb 23, 11 • 575 Views • Arts & Leisure, NewsNo Comments

    by Despite his age, Liam Neeson has recently been cast as many badass action heroes where he beats up villains and delivers justice himself. He’s been in action movies before, but none like his recent crop. He is slowly evolving into a modern-day Sylvester...

  • SGA nears end of club funding

    Feb 23, 11 • 647 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by As the school year moves toward the end, the Student Government Association is busy allocating the necessary funds to various clubs and organizations on campus. According to Erica Rider, treasurer of SGA, there is about $8,000 remaining in club funding....

  • Memories of time at Schuster persist long after end of show

    Feb 23, 11 • 578 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by For two months, I trudged through the slush-ridden sidewalks of Erie with my “A Lie of the Mind” script in hand, making my way to my new home at the Schuster Theatre. Now, this wayward son has to carry himself elsewhere. After countless rehearsals,...

  • Students prepare for Alternative Break Service Trips

    Feb 23, 11 • 779 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by Senior biology major Amanda Stolz said she commits her spring breaks to service trips so she can “pay it forward.” Junior communication arts major Beth Gaertner said she serves to learn about the issues that might not have a big impact on her life but...

  • Knights miss playoffs for first time in 13 years

    Feb 23, 11 • 987 Views • Sports, Women's BasketballNo Comments

    by After a pair of losses against Mercyhurst College and California (Pa.) University, the Gannon University women’s basketball team will get something it hasn’t seen in 13 seasons – some time off. For the first time in coach Cleve Wright’s tenure at...

  • Bright Eyes expands sound, lyricism on ‘People’s Key’

    Feb 23, 11 • 803 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by In 2002, Conor Oberst released his opus “Lifted or the Story is in the Soil, Keep Your Ears to the Ground.”  Since that time, he has attempted country-tinged rock and electronica-based tunes. On Bright Eyes’ seventh studio album, “The People’s...

  • School to hold contest for private concert viewing

    Feb 16, 11 • 696 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by One lucky Penn State Behrend student will hear a private concert from Motion City Soundtrack this spring in a bit better venue than the campus’s gymnasium: their bedroom. The Penn State Behrend Concert Committee has determined at least two “pre-concert...

  • Safe Network continues to help students

    Feb 16, 11 • 802 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by One of Gannon University’s newest groups this year is the Safe Network, an alliance of people who have taken a pledge in order to support individuals who are struggling with their sexual identity. Deacon Steve Washek said the group provides trained...

  • Knightly News

    Feb 16, 11 • 670 Views • Knightly NewsNo Comments

    by Volunteer opportunity available The Pennsylvania Behavioral Health & Aging Coalition is seeking older adult volunteers for their Aging Coalition Trainers (ACT) program. Volunteers must be 60 or older. The ACT Program is a new training project that...

  • Club Hockey team to join fight against cancer

    Feb 16, 11 • 1472 Views • Hockey, Sports1 Comment

    by Aside from UPMC Hamot Medical Center, cancer may find its most tenacious opponents in the Gannon University athletic department. Two weeks after the women’s basketball team celebrated its annual Pink Zone game, the club hockey team is taking its turn...