• Gannon achieves largest global enrollment

    Oct 18, 17 • 120 Views • Harlee Boehm, News, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by Gannon University has welcomed its largest freshman class in six years in the 2017/18 academic year. According to William R. Edmondson, vice president for enrollment, Gannon enrolled 4,149 students for fall 2017. Although the freshman class for this year...

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    Abrupt end to Indians’ season

    Oct 17, 17 • 107 Views • Brandon Jaces, OpinionNo Comments

    by It’s only Wednesday, but the effects can still be felt from Sunday and one week ago today. Cleveland Browns fans are experiencing their weekly cycle of sadness because their team surprisingly lost again. However, if you’re a baseball fan you’re...

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    Homesickness is real, but positivity is the cure

    Oct 17, 17 • 53 Views • Harlee Boehm, OpinionNo Comments

    by I feel as though, up until now, I have been under the impression that by my third year of college, I would finally stop feeling homesick. As a 20-year-old, I have believed that college would become my escape from my life at home and I would begin to feel...

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    Erie Business

    Oct 17, 17 • 101 Views • Knight Vision, OpinionNo Comments

    by Gannon University officially announced Tuesday that the school would be receiving a $1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration. The grant will go toward funding the Innovation Beehive Network. Gannon is...

  • September

    Editor sheds light on flaws in the current NFL climate

    Oct 17, 17 • 78 Views • Kyle Joseph, OpinionNo Comments

    by It really doesn’t even matter where you land on the political spectrum to recognize that the NFL is a complete and utter dumpster fire right now. The whole season has been and will be completely overshadowed by things that have nothing to do with...

  • September

    Fall is a time for change

    Oct 17, 17 • 81 Views • Olivia Burger, OpinionNo Comments

    by My favorite time of the year is the time period in between late fall and early winter. I specifically love that glorious month-long time period between Thanksgiving and Christmas when everything in the world seems magical and most people are filled with...

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    Class, movie makes impact on editor

    Oct 17, 17 • 88 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by There’s a lot of reasons I am thankful to go to Gannon, but one that tops the list has to be access to professors who challenge me to think outside my comfort zone. This semester, I’m enrolled in Dr. Kaustav Mukherjee’s Migrant Literature course, and...

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    Changes to Homecoming this year

    Oct 4, 17 • 444 Views • Brandon Jaces, OpinionNo Comments

    by This year, the dynamics of Homecoming weekend will change from what it used to be. The two most significant changes are that there won’t be a parade or a dance. Unfortunately, I haven’t attended the Homecoming parade at Gannon, so I am a little sad...

  • University prepares for Homecoming

    Oct 4, 17 • 217 Views • Harlee Boehm, News, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by Gannon University is set to hold its annual Homecoming Weekend from Friday through Sunday with the theme of “Around the World.” Over 1,000 alumni from Gannon and Villa Maria College are expected to attend and take part in the variety of events being...

  • Alumni return

    Oct 4, 17 • 260 Views • Knight Vision, OpinionNo Comments

    by Gannon University will celebrate its annual Homecoming this week, and The Gannon Knight staff encourages everyone to attend as many of the festivities as possible. Thursday’s highlight will be a 7 p.m. Pep Rally at the Hammermill Center. Friday’s...