‘News’

  • Brother impresses with sophisticated guitar skill

    Feb 16, 11 • 8298 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by I come from sort of a “grassroots” type of family when it comes to musical ability. My parents never forced my brothers and I to play an instrument or sing when we were growing up like their parents did for them. My dad played double bass through high...

  • Campus treats bedbug outbreak in residence halls

    Feb 16, 11 • 1454 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by Bedbugs have emerged in a few of Gannon’s residence halls, the most recent outbreak occurring last week. Christina Findlay, a freshman physician assistant major, has experienced an outbreak of bedbugs in her dorm room. “I used to live in Wehrle,”...

  • Mercyhurst community reacts to new studies that detail performance

    Feb 16, 11 • 832 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by The typical college student is reportedly not learning the basic skills needed to land a job after graduation, yet stress levels are at all-time highs, according to two recently published studies. The first report was based on a book titled...

  • A Lie of the Mind

    Feb 16, 11 • 1015 Views • Arts & Leisure, NewsNo Comments

    by Sam Shepard’s “A Lie of the Mind” is not a happy show. The audience won’t walk away with smiles –although there are several witty undertones. The show is, however, a master at seeping deep into the human soul and will challenge one to think about...

  • University attempts to expand globally

    Feb 16, 11 • 849 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by In an attempt to expand global participation and become increasingly accessible to non-local students, Gannon University administrators are researching the possibility of establishing a campus overseas. The location that is being most heavily considered at...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • Behrend: Baby named after campus

    Feb 9, 11 • 1003 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...

  • Local band deserves recognition

    Feb 9, 11 • 906 Views • Arts & Leisure, NewsNo Comments

    by Perdition no longer stands for eternal punishment. An Erie band and Gannon University student are stepping up their game with a “DIY” album. When one hears the term “basement band” one usually thinks of poorly conceived songs and a bad quality demo...

  • Our Father’ prayer enriches Catholic school experience

    Feb 9, 11 • 820 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...