‘Opinion’

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    Finding love in the midst of loss

    Mar 26, 20 • 163 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    The stories of heartbreak grow as families are separated and not able to say goodbye to loved ones. As the amount of COVID-19 cases increases, so does the death toll. However, besides the coronavirus unifying the country, the power of uplifting messages is,...

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    Being stuck at home requires finding new ways to be social

    Mar 25, 20 • 339 Views • Opinion, Top StoriesNo Comments

    With quarantine in full swing, it has become very apparent to me that if I have little to no contact with the outside world, I will go insane before the month is over. I would say that I am normally a pretty introverted person, and I can certainly have a good...

  • A reminder that hard times don’t last forever

    Mar 24, 20 • 238 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    I told myself I wasn’t going to write about the coronavirus for this column, but as it is currently consuming my life, I decided that the best way to get frustration out is through writing. It’s safe to say that none of us expected this, and if you did,...

  • Becoming adjusted to the new reality

    Mar 23, 20 • 187 Views • Michael Guido, OpinionNo Comments

    When I woke up Monday morning in preparation for my first Zoom class, it was an odd moment.  Instead of reciting my normal morning routine of getting up, taking a shower, brushing my teeth, combing my hair and all that other fun stuff, I threw on some old...

  • An era that won’t soon be forgotten; coronavirus shapes history

    Mar 18, 20 • 299 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    Each generation has had a defining moment of its time; for some, it was the attack on Pearl Harbor, for others, it was the chaos of the summer of 1968, and for some it was the events of Sept. 11, 2001. Yet for us, our defining moment and/or period will be the...

  • Reminder to stay safe during troubling time

    Mar 18, 20 • 329 Views • Knight VisionNo Comments

    As the coronavirus continues to spread and cause panic throughout the world, Gannon University has decided that students and faculty would exit the campus for the rest of the semester. Only the residence halls, the Waldron Campus Center, the Recreation and...

  • Farewell to Gannon sports

    Mar 18, 20 • 300 Views • Opinion, SportsNo Comments

    Well folks, the end is here. The coronavirus has struck the world and NCAA canceled every sporting event. As a fan, I am upset and it’s disappointing we will be unable cheer on the Gannon University women’s basketball team when it was going to compete in...

  • Celebrating the women of Erie County; hard work inspires student

    Mar 18, 20 • 299 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    Women play a huge part in history whether they are recognized or not. Apple Macintosh’s interface elements were largely developed by a woman named Susan Kare. As we know now, technology is a substantial player in our everyday lives, especially with classes...

  • Social distancing is not for all

    Mar 18, 20 • 245 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    With all the craziness of the coronavirus going on, the government has recommended that U.S. citizens consider social distancing. According to dictionary.com, social distance is “the perceived or desired degree of remoteness between a member of one social...

  • Saying goodbye to Gannon

    Mar 18, 20 • 244 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    I had thoughts about how college was going to end for me. I also thought I had two more months to worry about – and just two was stressful enough. But that’s not how things worked out. I have a week to say goodbye to everyone I’ve come to know and love...