Author archives: knightadmin

  • Gannon drops season opener

    Sep 8, 11 • 817 Views • Men's SoccerNo Comments

    by As hot a start that the women’s soccer team has enjoyed this year, the same cannot be said about the men’s team, who have dropped their first two games of the season Friday and Saturday. The Knights opened the season with a hotly-contested...

  • Knights open season with loss

    Sep 8, 11 • 940 Views • Football, SportsNo Comments

    by Justin Caliste’s tip-toe touchdown run down the sideline in the first quarter Saturday served as a perfect metaphor for the Gannon football team, as the Knights walked the tightrope in their opening loss to Lake Erie, 13-10. “It’s never just one...

  • Joe Knows

    Sep 8, 11 • 712 Views • Joe KnowsNo Comments

    by Hello, my name is Joe, and I’ve been a Favreaholic for the last 15 years. I’ve finally resorted to this measure because we’ve simply run out of the drug that is Brett Favre. It may seem like an irrational infatuation or a misguided man crush, but I...

  • Couple contests for perfect wedding

    Sep 8, 11 • 655 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by Until recently, I would never consider using the word “progressive” to describe my good ol’ hometown of Erie, Pennsylvania, “ultra conservative” is usually what comes to mind when I think about this town. Growing up in Erie sometimes felt like...

  • Count your blessings, not illegal benefits

    Aug 18, 11 • 721 Views • SportsNo Comments

    by Amid the allegations, investigations and punishments – or lack thereof – there is one valuable lesson one can take as stories from the gilded age of college sports are revealed – we’re lucky to be on the outside looking in. To put it mildly, the...

  • The Do’s and Don’ts of freshman year

    Aug 18, 11 • 2396 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by Dear Freshmen, Here are a couple of tips for you to make the transition to college easier: Figure out where your classrooms are the day before class: Listen, college professors aren’t as scary as people make them out to be. If you try hard and you come...

  • Taking the next steps

    Aug 18, 11 • 826 Views • Football, News, SportsNo Comments

    by The Gannon University football team will begin its 2011 season with the hopes of building on back-to-back 6-5 finishes in each of the last two years. And the Knights should have a favorable chance at doing just that. Fifth-year head coach Jim Kiernan will...

  • Cafe to open during move-in day

    Aug 18, 11 • 787 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by If you need a place to study, eat or just get away from your roommate, you’re in luck. The One Green World Café officially opens its doors Saturday, Aug. 20, for students looking to relax and enjoy something a little different. Located in the building...

  • Ten things to do in Erie

    Aug 18, 11 • 3636 Views • Arts & Leisure, NewsNo Comments

    by From the time you, as freshmen, move in to the time that classes start, Gannon has your schedule booked. The days will be sure to include activities that get everyone acquainted with the campus and each other. The real challenge comes when the events of...

  • First impressions and second chances

    Aug 18, 11 • 972 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by When my college friends get together, Steve Huether likes to tell the story of the first time he met the rest of Finnegan 4-West during move-in day freshman year. He likes to set the scene like it’s a low budget Hype Williams music video. As he strolls...