• Issue13_Features_Alum

    AlumKnights: The influences we make

    Jan 17, 17 • 506 Views • AlumKnights, FeaturesNo Comments

    by As another year has come to an end, many of us will take the opportunity to reflect on 2016 and make resolutions for the New Year. What were your “shining” moments? What decisions could you have made differently? Who were the people who influenced you...

  • Issue13_Features_BSU

    Black Student Union creates cultural acceptance

    Jan 17, 17 • 417 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by What comes to mind when thinking about the Black Student Union (BSU)? Some people probably imagine a club run by students that organizes social events. However, during the late 1960s, the BSU was no ordinary club; it was a persistent force of social change...

  • Issue13_Features_India1

    Nursing students return from India

    Jan 17, 17 • 790 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Each year, Gannon University students from majors that cannot traditionally spend a semester abroad are provided opportunities to travel through the GIFT Program, or Gannon: Inspired Faculty-led Travel. This program features academic courses taught by...

  • Issue13_Features_TodayinHistory

    Today in History: 1979

    Jan 17, 17 • 70 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by A student speaks at the spring semester opening Mass on Jan. 18, 1979. This was the first Mass for newly installed Bishop Michael J. Murphy, who was also the chairman of the Gannon College Board of Trustees. The first community Mass of this semester was...

  • Issue13_Features_Rec

    Fulfill your New Year’s resolution at the RWC

    Jan 17, 17 • 91 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by The 2017 spring semester is now underway here at Gannon University; have you been living up to your New Year’s resolutions? Good for U – Gannon’s wellness initiative – wants you to forget the hype of New Year’s resolutions and set a goal instead....

  • issue12_features_alum

    Extraordinary love in ordinary form

    Dec 6, 16 • 866 Views • AlumKnights, Features3 Comments

    by This Advent season, Christians eagerly await the celebration of our savior, portrayed in a text dating back nearly two millennia. The story offers a paradox in which two simplistic people, Mary and Joseph, welcome God as a child. I’m sure many of you...

  • issue12_features_socio

    Student reflects on social experiment

    Dec 6, 16 • 410 Views • Features3 Comments

    by As a student in the social work program, I participated in a homelessness simulation earlier this semester. Nine students enrolled in SCWK 230-01 Human Diversity participated in a simulation designed to increase our level of empathy and to help us...

  • issue12_features_bio2

    Biology professor produces film for Celldance

    Dec 6, 16 • 824 Views • Features3 Comments

    by Last year, Gannon University biology professor Elisa Konieczko, Ph.D., nominated the Douglas Robinson Lab at Johns Hopkins University to be one of three labs to present its research in film at the annual meeting of the American Society for Cell Biology...

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    Good for U promotes intellectual wellness

    Dec 6, 16 • 446 Views • Features3 Comments

    by As this semester at Gannon University concludes, and finals week approaches, Good for U looks to end 2016 on a note of wellness by reminding the campus community to embrace their intellectual wellness as they prepare for final exams. Intellectual wellness...

  • issue12_features_todayinhistory

    Today in History: 1979

    Dec 6, 16 • 314 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Joe Luckey (center), accompanied by the Rev. Richard Sullivan on the organ, leads fellow staff and their family members in singing Christmas carols at the annual Gannon staff Christmas party in Dec.1979. Luckey was a beloved member of the Gannon community...