‘Top Stories’

  • Rec receives $150,000

    Nov 20, 13 • 1242 Views • News, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by Gannon University’s Carneval Athletic Pavilion – commonly know as the Rec Center – has undergone significant changes both inside and outside its walls. Gary Garnic, associate vice president of Campus Services, said all of the caissons have been...

  • Volleyball upsets No. 1 Clarion

    Nov 20, 13 • 1412 Views • Sports, Top Stories, VolleyballNo Comments

    by The Gannon University women’s volleyball team upset the No. 1 seed Clarion Golden Eagles  in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Tournament Quarterfinals Tuesday night at Clarion. The Golden Knights put themselves in that position with a...

  • Breathe in, breathe out

    Nov 20, 13 • 950 Views • Features, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by You’ve made it through the stressful week filled with writing papers and taking tests, and you can’t wait to finally relax. Luckily, there are free Yoga Jam classes held every Friday evening on the second floor of the Erie Art Museum. The museum,...

  • ‘Doctor Who’ turns 50

    Nov 20, 13 • 1488 Views • Top StoriesNo Comments

    by The longest-running science fiction show in the history of television, “Doctor Who,” is about to celebrate its 50th anniversary. The BBC’s “Doctor Who” tells the story of “the Doctor,” a  time lord and a member of an alien race, who travels...

  • Alumni gifts Gannon with grant

    Nov 13, 13 • 1300 Views • News, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by Rona L. Nesbit, a Gannon University graduate, presented the university with a $30,000 gift to establish The Richard and Peggie Miller Nesbit Endowed “Power” Scholarship and to benefit the Annual Fund for Academic Excellence. Nesbit graduated from...

  • Model U.N. celebrates 61st year

    Nov 13, 13 • 1279 Views • News, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by Gannon University’s Model United Nations – Model U.N. – program, one of the oldest running conferences in the United States, celebrated its 61st year on campus Friday and Saturday. This year, Model U.N. had about 480 delegates from 23 high schools in...

  • Honors Program undergoes changes

    Nov 13, 13 • 1616 Views • News, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by Major changes are in store for Gannon University’s  Honors Program starting January. Ann Bomberger, Ph.D., an assistant professor in the English department, will assume the position of Michael DeSanctis, Ph.D., the outgoing director of the program....

  • Class welcomes new teaching style

    Nov 13, 13 • 1364 Views • News, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by A Gannon University professor is choosing a new method when it comes to educating her students. Anne O’Neill, director of the advertising communication program, is working to introduce a new teaching style referred to as “flipping the classroom.” The...

  • ‘Luigi’ smashes WERG window, sustains injury

    Nov 6, 13 • 2104 Views • News, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by A Gannon University graduate student broke the glass of WERG, the university’s radio station at the corner of Seventh and Peach streets, early Friday morning, according to Chet LaPrice, operations manager at WERG. According to Ted Marnen, director of...

  • Survivor visits Gannon

    Nov 6, 13 • 1273 Views • News, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by Gannon University will host Margit Meissner, a Holocaust survivor, as she shares her story of how she overcame a truly horrific experience 7 p.m. Wednesday in the Yehl Ballroom. Her visit is made possible by the History Club and Jeffrey Bloodworth, Ph.D.,...