• Gannon awarded $373 million grant

    Sep 20, 17 • 122 Views • Harlee Boehm, News, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by Gannon University has received an in-kind grant of $373 million from Siemens, a global technology company. With this grant, engineering students will have the opportunity to use the same software that companies from around the world use to create products...

  • September

    Editor enjoys senior year in a 100-year-old home

    Sep 19, 17 • 78 Views • Kyle Joseph, OpinionNo Comments

    by There comes a time in a man’s life when his underwear has been touched by a stranger one too many times in the community laundry room and he and his housemates decide that, as up-and-coming seniors, living in a dorm is no longer for them. That man was...

  • September

    GIVE Day inspires editor

    Sep 19, 17 • 93 Views • Olivia Burger, OpinionNo Comments

    by The first time I participated in GIVE Day it was because I was forced to. I suppose that sounds misleading because it wasn’t like I was shoved onto a school bus and dropped off at some random Erie neighborhood, and expected to pick up trash against my...

  • Jordan

    Student juggles senior year

    Sep 19, 17 • 99 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by “If you dream it, you can do it” – Walt Disney. The funny thing about this quote is that Walt Disney didn’t even say it. It was coined by some dude working the Horizons ride in Epcot in the ‘80s. Ever since that day the world has widely...

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    Summer jobs offer more than just a paycheck

    Sep 19, 17 • 67 Views • Harlee Boehm, OpinionNo Comments

    by I think it’s safe to say that the majority of college students have had to deal with terrible summer jobs in order to get by during their semesters away at school. I myself have definitely had my fair share of awful jobs during the summer. From working...

  • September1

    Smartphones: A bittersweet blessing

    Sep 19, 17 • 265 Views • Brandon Jaces, OpinionNo Comments

    by As I was lying in my family room on the couch scrolling on my phone, looking at the ceiling and watching my dog Winston run around, my mom walked in and suggested that I should use my journalistic education to expose the influence of technology. Really,...

  • Photo, Issue 3

    Time goes fast

    Sep 19, 17 • 79 Views • Knight Vision, OpinionNo Comments

    by They say time flies when you’re having fun, but time flies when you’re busy too. Right now you’re probably a little of both. Between class, extracurriculars and socializing, the days probably seem to go like the snap of your fingers. We are currently...

  • September

    Despite article, electric guitars won’t miss a beat

    Sep 12, 17 • 220 Views • Kyle Joseph, OpinionNo Comments

    by This is a little late, and there’s probably not many who read it anyways, but this is a response to Geoff Edger’s article, “Why my guitar gently weeps,” published in The Washington Post over the summer about the supposed death of the...

  • September

    Editor adjusts to living space

    Sep 12, 17 • 839 Views • Olivia Burger, OpinionNo Comments

    by For most college students, an off-campus apartment is the ideal housing situation for your junior and senior year. You hopefully can upgrade to a bigger bed, your own room and possibly some air conditioning, with total freedom to do whatever you want...

  • September2

    Disappointed with DeVos

    Sep 12, 17 • 188 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by On Thursday, Sept. 7, Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos delivered a policy address on Title IX and managed to make me sick to my stomach at the same time. As Secretary of Education, DeVos is responsible for administering federal assistance to schools and...