‘Olivia Burger’


    Recent cuts deeply affect students

    Mar 20, 18 • 1310 Views • Olivia Burger, OpinionNo Comments

    by Over the past three years I’ve spent on this staff, I have probably written close to a hundred stories for The Gannon Knight. The article that I’ve always been the proudest of and the story that is dearest to my heart centers around an interview...


    Doggos make the world bearable

    Mar 13, 18 • 249 Views • Olivia Burger, OpinionNo Comments

    by I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, when it comes to the dispute between cats versus dogs, dogs win every time no question about it. I suppose my stance is controversial because I never grew up with a cat as a pet, so my opinion about which is...

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    San Lucas inspires

    Mar 6, 18 • 347 Views • Olivia Burger, OpinionNo Comments

    by Three weeks ago, I wrote a column about how nervous I was for my first international travel experience, promising at the end of the article to give you a travel recap in a few weeks. Spring break has come and gone, my Alternative Break Service Trip (ABST)...

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    Parkland survivors speak out

    Feb 20, 18 • 352 Views • Olivia Burger, OpinionNo Comments

    by The shooting at Majory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., last week is different from other school shootings that have occurred in recent years. With the Sandy Hook shooting, a majority of the victims and survivors who experienced the gunfire...

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    Embracing travel with change

    Feb 13, 18 • 283 Views • Olivia Burger, OpinionNo Comments

    by The last time I traveled in an airplane was eight years ago for my greatgrandmother’s 90th birthday in South Carolina. The only time I’ve ever traveled internationally was to Canada seven years ago – which doesn’t really count because it’s Canada...

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    Inclusion key to film future

    Feb 7, 18 • 271 Views • Olivia Burger, OpinionNo Comments

    by The first movie that I remember being genuinely excited about was “Ice Princess.” I was 8 years old at the time of its release in 2005 and having three years of prior learn-to-skate experience, I was 99 percent sure that I was going to become an...

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    Perfect night in Lana land

    Jan 30, 18 • 292 Views • Olivia Burger, OpinionNo Comments

    by On Page 9 you can find my sincerest attempt to write an objective review of my most recent concert which headlined Lana Del Rey. Here, however, I make no attempt at being objective, and I will disclose no information regarding the craziness that was my...

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    Editor praises Halsey poem

    Jan 23, 18 • 549 Views • Olivia BurgerNo Comments

    by It’s no secret that I’m not a huge fan of the singer Halsey. I considered joining her fandom a few short months after the release of her debut album “Badlands” in 2015. The album by itself is probably one of my favorite works from a female...

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    Editor’s Grammy rundown

    Jan 16, 18 • 437 Views • Olivia Burger, OpinionNo Comments

    by The pompous pageantry of Hollywood’s award season is upon us with the Golden Globes concluding last weekend and a dozen or so events coming up within the next month and I’m not going to deny one bit that I’m excited. I’m one of those people who...

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    Editor reflects on past year

    Dec 5, 17 • 533 Views • Olivia BurgerNo Comments

    by It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.” If I’m being honest with you, this is the only thing I remember from reading Charles Dickens’ “A Tale of Two Cities” in high school — and I use the term “reading” loosely because I’m...