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  • West Liberty State no match for Hammermill-happy Knights

    Feb 16, 11 • 992 Views • Sports, WrestlingNo Comments

    by The Gannon University wrestling team proved once that it’s still top-dog inside the Hammermill Center. The Knights defended their home mat for the last time this season with a 28-12 victory over West Liberty State College Saturday after losing their...

  • Metz staff member moonlights in band

    Feb 16, 11 • 955 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by He wanted to be Eddie Van Halen. And even though Mike Isbell never quite made it that far, his love for the musical stage is just as powerful as that of the ‘80s icon. His devotion to music makes it logical that Isbell has been at it professionally for...

  • Former division I guard leads evolving offense

    Feb 16, 11 • 1095 Views • Men's Basketball, SportsNo Comments

    by The Gannon University men’s basketball team has operated in a manner reminiscent of a revolving door this season, rotating players in and out in the hopes of finding what lineup gives the Knights the best chance of winning. It is then ironic that the...

  • Gannon takes part in Recyclemania challenge

    Feb 16, 11 • 764 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by The Gannon Goes Green committee wants everyone on campus to get manic about recycling. Recyclemania – the countrywide recycling initiative held at college campuses – has begun, and will continue through the end of March. Recyclemania is a national...

  • Harborview harbors only nightmares

    Feb 16, 11 • 1571 Views • SportsNo Comments

    by Well, we have a nice view. And a sweet doorbell. Other than giving us those high-life perks, Harborview 402 has been as gracious a host as Norman Bates. I mean, at least Bates’ hotel showers drained. We thought we were moving into the lap of luxury when...

  • Behrend: Baby named after campus

    Feb 9, 11 • 1001 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by Asher Behrend Brewer, a 5-week-old boy from Harborcreek, bears the University’s namesake because it “would be appropriate to include something about Asher’s unusual birth in his name,” said his father, Nathan Brewer. The father helped deliver his...

  • Months without cell phone lead to new freedoms

    Feb 9, 11 • 869 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by I have been without a cell phone since October. It has been liberating, to say the least. According to the Neilsen 2010 Media Industry Fact Sheet, there are more than 223 million mobile phone users in the U.S. That’s nearly 85 percent of the population....

  • Gannon survives Marauders

    Feb 9, 11 • 998 Views • Sports, Women's BasketballNo Comments

    by After a near-perfect record last season, the Gannon University women’s basketball team encountered a new threat last week – a losing record. The Knights went 1-2 last week, including losses at Slippery Rock University and hosting Indiana (Pa.)...

  • Couples, singles celebrate romantic holiday

    Feb 9, 11 • 1603 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. It’s a true moment in time filled with flowers, chocolate and heartfelt poems. Stores are filled with purple, pink and red decorations, and hearts are hung up where Christmas wreaths used to be. Boys and...

  • Editor begins journey through kitchen

    Feb 9, 11 • 862 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by With few options for outdoor fun in these frigid, freeze-the-juice-in-your-eyeballs temperatures, I’ve taken to finding ways to occupy myself indoors – namely, in the kitchen. And thus I’ve embarked on my journey as an amateur chef. Lately, as all...