Author archives: knightadmin

  • Our Father’ prayer enriches Catholic school experience

    Feb 9, 11 • 856 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by I am currently in my 15th straight year of Catholic education, and I can’t say it’s been easy. Since it’s Catholic Colleges week, I feel compelled to reflect on my journey through the diocese’s parochial education system. When I was 4 year old, I...

  • Join celebrations of Catholic colleges

    Feb 9, 11 • 760 Views • Knight VisionNo Comments

    by Thursday’s community Mass marks the end of Catholic Schools Week and will be held at 11 a.m. at Mary Seat of Wisdom Chapel. The Chaplain’s Office calls this celebration, “A prayerful recommitment to the defining traits of Gannon’s Catholic...

  • Long-standing goal from first year finally met in acting debut

    Feb 9, 11 • 848 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by Jacob Tarr has doomed me. Our assistant sports editor and I were in the newsroom together when two fateful words parted from his lips: “Good luck.” Given that I’m making my acting debut in the Schuster Theatre’s “A Lie of the Mind” Thursday, I...

  • Make stress-reducing habits standard

    Feb 9, 11 • 810 Views • Finding God on Gannon's Campus, OpinionNo Comments

    by First off, I would like to say that the Super Bowl was one to remember. Both the Green Bay Packers and the Pittsburgh Steelers played a good game, and the win could have honestly gone either way. As a true blue Packers fan, I am excited that my team is on...

  • Chinese New Year parallels American tradition

    Feb 9, 11 • 4252 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Diversity pervades our lives, and with globalization coming into full swing, differing customs and celebrations are beginning to meet in cities all over the world. Although Christmas and New Year’s seem long in the past, international students at Gannon...

  • Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

    Feb 9, 11 • 803 Views • Arts & Leisure, NewsNo Comments

    by A great performance of a musical takes all the essentials — an orchestra, costumes, song and dance and throws glitter on it all. The Erie Playhouse’s performance of “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” this past weekend was even more...

  • University proposes 2012 budget

    Feb 9, 11 • 1081 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by Gannon University’s board of trustees will vote on the budget for fiscal year 2012 this Friday, which includes plans to increase tuition by 3.9 percent, increase faculty and staff compensation by 3 percent and extend meal plan equivalency hours. The...

  • Knightly News

    Feb 9, 11 • 694 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...

  • Mercyhurst: Rhodes gets at least 40 months

    Feb 9, 11 • 1076 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by A 3-year-old case against a former Mercyhurst College volleyball player came to a close Friday morning at the Erie County Courthouse. Judge Ernest J. DiSantis Jr. sentenced Teri Rhodes to a minimum of three years and four months in state prison stemming...

  • Zack’s Attack

    Feb 9, 11 • 859 Views • SportsNo Comments

    by Move over Trent Dilfer. After the Packers’ 31-25 victory over the Steelers Sunday, there’s a new most-overrated-Super-Bowl-winning quarterback. And he wasn’t the one hoisting Lombardi’s trophy high into the Arlington air. Super Bowl XLV kindly...