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    Bills fan gets taste of the good life for one week

    Jan 16, 18 • 124 Views • Kyle Joseph, OpinionNo Comments

    by Dear God, The Book of Job asks, “Why do the righteous suffer?” And the answer is, “Because they just do.” But throughout the past 17 years, this never helped me make sense of the Buffalo Bills’ playoff drought. Growing up a fan of Buffalo sports...

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    Editor’s Grammy rundown

    Jan 16, 18 • 272 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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    Changes should be embraced

    Jan 16, 18 • 108 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by This semester will be one of change. And before you think “Oh no, not a ‘new year, new me’ story,” just know that I didn’t come to this conclusion willingly. The first way this semester will be different is mostly in my personal relationships....

  • Take time to visit Nash Library

    Jan 16, 18 • 290 Views • Knight Vision, OpinionNo Comments

    by By now you have probably heard about the renovations that the Nash Library underwent. Lots of time and effort went into the remodeling of the interior of the building, and we can all agree that it looks quite different inside. Sometimes change is a good...

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    Editor resolves to take resolutions with positivity

    Jan 16, 18 • 120 Views • Harlee Boehm, OpinionNo Comments

    by I will admit that I used to be the type of person who thought that the idea behind New Year’s resolutions was absolutely ridiculous. I thought that if you wanted to really make a change in your life, you should go for it whenever you felt motivated...

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    Kennedy Catholic’s new president

    Jan 16, 18 • 342 Views • Brandon Jaces, OpinionNo Comments

    by A familiar face in the Gannon University community commonly seen in the theology department or enjoying dinner in Beyer Cafeteria while reading a good book or a reading for a class, recently received a promotion outside of Gannon. The Rev. Jason Glover,...

  • Goodbye to some, good luck to all

    Dec 7, 17 • 373 Views • Knight Vision, OpinionNo Comments

    by There comes a time in every student’s career when he or she must face finals week. For some of you it’s your first rodeo and for others it’s another ride on that wild bull. We wish you luck on your finals. Our advice: get ahead as soon as you can and...

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    Sometimes history leads to new places and people

    Dec 5, 17 • 154 Views • Kyle JosephNo Comments

    by For me, this issue wraps up a year and a half of searching through the Gannon University archives each week for a historical photo to run in the Features section. First, I gotta give credit to last year’s editor-in-chief Kelsey Stiglitz for having such a...

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    Editor reflects on past year

    Dec 5, 17 • 388 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...

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    Greek Life — it’s not like the movies

    Dec 5, 17 • 161 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by Explaining that I am involved in Greek Life on a college campus can sometimes result in some skeptical looks. I get it; social sororities and fraternities have been hotly criticized in national media recently, and the stereotypical reputation Greeks often...