‘News’

  • Promising movie takes inferior turn

    Feb 23, 11 • 602 Views • Arts & Leisure, NewsNo Comments

    by Despite his age, Liam Neeson has recently been cast as many badass action heroes where he beats up villains and delivers justice himself. He’s been in action movies before, but none like his recent crop. He is slowly evolving into a modern-day Sylvester...

  • SGA nears end of club funding

    Feb 23, 11 • 698 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by As the school year moves toward the end, the Student Government Association is busy allocating the necessary funds to various clubs and organizations on campus. According to Erica Rider, treasurer of SGA, there is about $8,000 remaining in club funding....

  • Students prepare for Alternative Break Service Trips

    Feb 23, 11 • 825 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by Senior biology major Amanda Stolz said she commits her spring breaks to service trips so she can “pay it forward.” Junior communication arts major Beth Gaertner said she serves to learn about the issues that might not have a big impact on her life but...

  • School to hold contest for private concert viewing

    Feb 16, 11 • 733 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by One lucky Penn State Behrend student will hear a private concert from Motion City Soundtrack this spring in a bit better venue than the campus’s gymnasium: their bedroom. The Penn State Behrend Concert Committee has determined at least two “pre-concert...

  • Safe Network continues to help students

    Feb 16, 11 • 847 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by One of Gannon University’s newest groups this year is the Safe Network, an alliance of people who have taken a pledge in order to support individuals who are struggling with their sexual identity. Deacon Steve Washek said the group provides trained...

  • Brother impresses with sophisticated guitar skill

    Feb 16, 11 • 8071 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 • 1318 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 • 761 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 • 901 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 • 697 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...