‘Opinion’

  • Adventures in hat collecting

    Feb 5, 20 • 360 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    For a good majority of my childhood, whenever my family went anywhere on vacation, as a souvenir, I would ask for a T-shirt. This is a pretty normal thing to do, and God knows that there are always plenty of shirts to choose from wherever you go, but the...

  • Finding balance in a stressful situation

    Feb 5, 20 • 269 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    I always have a hard time coming up with ideas for my column, but this week was especially grueling. Someone brought up the idea of coffee versus tea to me and I thought to myself, why not both? Oftentimes you can find me at Starbucks or any other local...

  • Chiefs win Super Bowl

    Feb 5, 20 • 376 Views • Opinion, SportsNo Comments

    Here we are: the start of a new football season. Yes, indeed, folks, don’t be confused — Super Bowl LIV took place Sunday, and the Chiefs are world champions! Yet football is still going. The XFL, the Extreme Football League, owned by WWE, will be...

  • The best way to honor someone’s legacy: carry on

    Feb 5, 20 • 261 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    The past few days have been rough to say the least. This past Thursday, I said goodbye to my grandfather, who passed away after a brief illness. Though our family knew the inevitable was coming, it still didn’t make things any easier when reality hit. In...

  • Why writers are needed now more than ever before

    Feb 5, 20 • 215 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    We live in a world that focuses heavily on science, math and technology. When asked what kind of career they want to go in to, most young people say the health sciences, engineering or technology fields. Very few say they want to go into a field in the...

  • Miss Americana touches viewer

    Feb 5, 20 • 263 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    If you have kept up with my columns in the past year, it is no surprise that I am writing yet another column about Taylor Swift. However, if you have not, let me enlighten you. I have been a Taylor Swift fan for as long as I can remember. It’s not only her...

  • Roommates: Love them or leave them

    Jan 29, 20 • 555 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    One of the most dreaded things when starting college is the idea of living with a complete stranger you likely have nothing in common with. There’s also so much pressure to become best friends with that person, which is ridiculous. Sure, sometimes it...

  • Gannon holds 16th Annual Wellness Fair

    Jan 29, 20 • 443 Views • Knight VisionNo Comments

    The Gannon community is invited to the 16th Annual Wellness Fair from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 4 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Recreation and Wellness Center. Breakfast will be served from 7-10 a.m. The Rev. Michael Kesicki will begin the opening prayer at 8...

  • Remembering Kobe Bryant

    Jan 29, 20 • 884 Views • Opinion, SportsNo Comments

    Here we are — this one is for all the marbles, as they say. Two teams after a long and grueling season: wins, losses and injuries – and on top of that, a stressful last few games. Now they have arrived upon the big stage: Super Bowl Sunday. Super Bowl...

  • Finding fun in studying

    Jan 29, 20 • 319 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    With the lull of syllabus week behind us, many of us students are facing the first exams of this new semester. I don’t want to speak for anyone else, but I personally am not ready. My head is still stuck in Christmas break mode; all I want to do at this...