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  • Guest Editorial: History of Confederate flag stirs debate

    Oct 6, 11 • 727 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by Recently Lexington, Va., passed an ordinance that banned using the Confederate flag on city poles in response to Republican Gov. Bob McDonnell’s declaration of a Confederate history month last year. It’s insane to think that more than 150 years...

  • Finding God on Gannon’s campus

    Oct 6, 11 • 567 Views • Finding God on Gannon's CampusNo Comments

    by This time of the year can begin to get a bit hectic with all the midterms, sporting events and socials, not to mention the curve balls life can send us from time to time. This past Sunday’s reading from St. Paul to the Philippians hit me right in the...

  • Improv troop brings laughs to Gannon

    Oct 6, 11 • 712 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by Face Off, a competitive, audience interactive, improv comedy show is returning to Gannon University. The Activities Programming Board is bringing back the New York-based comedy troop at 8 p.m. Saturday, in Club LaRiccia, the basement of the cafeteria. The...

  • Gannon reviews mission statement

    Oct 6, 11 • 921 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by Gannon University’s current mission statement has been in place for nearly 20 years, dating back to its creation for the 1992-93 academic year. But by the end of this academic year, the university might see a change in the words that establish its...

  • Faculty honors professors

    Oct 6, 11 • 884 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by When Gannon University students walk down the hall of the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, they can see the faces of some of the school’s most beloved professors. These are the faces of educators who have received the Distinguished...

  • Knightly News

    Sep 29, 11 • 661 Views • Knightly NewsNo Comments

    by Graduate Fair upcoming Career Development and Employment Services will host the Graduate and Professional School Fair from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. Tuesday in the Yehl Ballroom. If you are considering continuing your education into a graduate or professional...

  • Student spills dirt on mortuary science

    Sep 29, 11 • 3698 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Funeral service is one career not many Gannon University students aspire to pursue, but what really goes into the decision to study mortuary science? Some people grow up in a family business and thus pursue the career, but even this trend is changing. Many...

  • D.C. internship proveds unique experience for students

    Sep 29, 11 • 732 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Like many Gannon University students, senior history major Eli Coppock was searching for an internship. After hearing about The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars, he decided to spend a semester in Washington, D.C., becoming one of...

  • Commuters celebrate individuality

    Sep 29, 11 • 1162 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Students walk past Gannon University’s Commuter Corner every day on their way to classes in the Palumbo Academic Center, but many of them don’t take the time to get to know the students – or the general goings-on – inside. Many commuter students...

  • ‘Drive’ takes audiences through tailspin

    Sep 29, 11 • 830 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by With “Drive,” Ryan Gosling has officially transformed from being Hollywood’s go-to sentimental charming actor to becoming one of its badass alpha males. Add the stylish direction from a young and upstart filmmaker in Nicholas Winding Refn and you...