Author archives: knightadmin

  • ‘Friendship’ and ‘Rainbows’ join lingerie and bones in funky art

    Feb 2, 11 • 753 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by “Let’s Ride a Bicycle Made of Friendship and Rainbows!” might sound too “Care Bear” for some, but beneath the neon bright colors of the newest exhibit at the Ronald E. Holstein Gallery at the Erie Art Museum lies dark humor and quirkiness that...

  • Groundhog Day tradition remains strong

    Feb 2, 11 • 974 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by As strange as it seems, thousands of people wake up in the early morning hours to wait to see a woodland creature every year. Gobbler’s Knob in Punxsutawney, Pa., has become the place to be on Feb. 2. People from all over the world have flocked to say...

  • Understanding of fitness gained through course

    Jan 26, 11 • 930 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by This week, I signed up to do something that completely breaks my rules — I’m taking an aerobic dance class at the Carneval Athletic Pavillion. I’m not against fitness or anything like that, because I am an avid yoga lover through and through. A...

  • Editor learns how to talk to babies

    Jan 26, 11 • 1050 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by As a senior journalism communications major, I’ve had four years of schoolin’ to teach me all kinds of ways to correspond with others. I’ve given a 25-minute presentation while breezing through an accompanying PowerPoint embedded with multimedia –...

  • Classes you dread, but shouldn’t

    Jan 26, 11 • 1365 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by We all have classes that we’re not exactly thrilled to take, especially those specific to our major. Physical therapy or physician assistant majors cringe at the thought of one class required for them to graduate: gross anatomy. It’s been called by...

  • Pool tourney blends cultures

    Jan 26, 11 • 837 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by This might not be as competitive as the Super Bowl – but it’s an important competition nonetheless. Gannon University’s Campus Ministry, the International Student Office and the Activities Programming Board are co-sponsoring an international pingpong...

  • Basketball, wrestling battle rival Mercyhurst

    Jan 26, 11 • 769 Views • Men's Basketball, Sports, WrestlingNo Comments

    by The Cleveland Browns and Pittsburgh Steelers haven’t played each other this many times. The Michigan and Ohio State university football rivalry games aren’t even close in numbers. Gannon University and Mercyhurst College basketball teams set the bar as...

  • Betrayal burns down bridges as relationship faces aftermath

    Jan 26, 11 • 1013 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by Love is a tricky thing. When at its best, it fills you with this warmth that seemingly nothing could cool down. There are times, however, that love can end up burning you. Unfortunately, my unconditional adoration left me unguarded for the potential of...

  • Building renovation should benefit student population

    Jan 26, 11 • 832 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by Twenty is an awkward and frustrating age, and I’ve found myself living in limbo. When I turned 20, the only wish I had as I permanently blew away my teenage years, was that the next 12 months would whirl past me so I could be finally be 21. I was...

  • HANDS to create haven for students

    Jan 26, 11 • 763 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by Have you ever felt you were alone in the world, surrounded by people who just don’t understand? There are a group of Gannon students who want to change that feeling. These students formed an organization called HANDS (Helping, Accepting, Nurturing,...