‘Opinion’

  • How to make college feel like home

    Nov 6, 19 • 312 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    I don’t know about any of you, but I cannot spend a lot of time in a place without putting something up on the walls. I’ve been doing this for as long as I can remember, and since I’ve come to college, I have been able to have complete control over what...

  • Double standards in politics

    Nov 6, 19 • 319 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    On Oct. 27, Katie Hill, a congresswoman from California’s 25th Congressional District, was pushed to resign from her short-lived position as a result of revenge porn posted by a jealous ex. Hill, just 29 when she announced her campaign for Congress in 2017,...

  • Congratulating Gannon cross country teams

    Nov 6, 19 • 496 Views • Opinion, SportsNo Comments

    Alrighty folks, this weekend we all need to cheer on our Gannon Knights cross country squad as the runners compete Saturday in the NCAA Division II Atlantic Regional, hosted by Lock Haven at the West Branch Cross Country Course. The Gannon men’s team has...

  • Twitter to no longer allow political advertisements

    Nov 6, 19 • 274 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    This past week Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey announced that Twitter will no longer allow political advertising in an attempt to stop the spread of misinformation. This led to quite a bit of controversy. Dorsey claimed that he is not limiting free expression, but he...

  • Meeting people of stature; not much pressure

    Nov 6, 19 • 306 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    In my life, I’ve had the pleasure to meet some incredible and well-known figures. I’ve met prominent sports athletes such as Lynn Swann, influential politicians and business leaders, and perhaps the biggest of them all, Vice President Mike Pence. This...

  • Distinguished speakers to come to Gannon soon

    Nov 6, 19 • 435 Views • Knight VisionNo Comments

    During the month of November, Gannon University is set to host multiple events, including the Jefferson Educational Society Global Summit XI and Hackathon. This year the annual St. Albert the Great lecture will be sponsored by the philosophy department at...

  • Music can mold our lives

    Nov 6, 19 • 221 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    I have always been a strong believer that music is an essential part of who we are. In other terms, the music we listen to shapes who we are as a person. I was raised on whatever my mom was listening to, which consisted mainly of ‘90s female pop music, like...

  • What it is like not to party every weekend in college

    Oct 30, 19 • 296 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    After reading the headline of this article, you have probably already made an assumption about me and that is really unfair. I have nothing against partying and people who choose to spend their weekends that way – it is a great way to socialize. My friends...

  • Finding joy in the little things

    Oct 30, 19 • 285 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    There’s a great song by Sonny and Cher that has a line “it’s the little things that mean a lot,” and I completely agree. Throughout each day, I find that there are almost always a million things that go wrong. I wake up with a crick in my neck, I...

  • Staying aware during flu season

    Oct 30, 19 • 216 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    As the leaves continue to fall, so does the number of students in classes. In the past few weeks, I have noticed more and more of my classmates being absent due to an illness going around. And to no surprise, I finally caught it. For the past few days, I have...