‘Features’

  • Issue2_Features_TodayInHistory

    Today in History: 1999

    Sep 12, 17 • 63 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Antonio “A.J.” Palumbo, center, poses with students after speaking on campus on Sept. 13, 1999. Earlier that year, Palumbo had donated $750,000 toward the construction of the Waldron Campus Center, bringing his total donations to $1.85 million....

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    It’s OK to Love Erie: Garden Court’s beauty lives on

    Sep 12, 17 • 533 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by One of the most beautiful streets in downtown Erie is undeniably historical West Sixth Street, known to some as “Millionaires Row.” Recognized by the National Register of Historic Places, the West Sixth Street Historic District contains treasures many...

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    Students volunteer on India service trip

    Sep 12, 17 • 210 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by While most kids were spending their summer soaking up the sun and recovering from a year of schoolwork, a group of students from Gannon University volunteered their time in India as part of an Alternative Break Service Trip (ABST). Students and faculty...

  • AlumKnights: Remaining a part of the community

    Sep 12, 17 • 146 Views • AlumKnights, FeaturesNo Comments

    by One minute I was your typical college student, comfortably navigating campus life surrounded by a circle of friends and sorority sisters, as well as faculty and staff that had my back; the next minute I was dancing under the Gannon arch in my graduation...

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    Tips and tricks for surviving in a freshman residence hall

    Sep 11, 17 • 110 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Freshman year of college is a very exciting time in our lives. We are meeting so many new people, experiencing new things and discovering things about ourselves as well. However, while it is an exciting time, it may also be a stressful one. Living in a new...

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    Gannon Goodwill Garden to host film event

    Sep 6, 17 • 149 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Have you ever had the chance to watch a movie under the stars, minus all the cars and the expensive popcorn? Well, you can have that experience on Thursday when the Gannon Goodwill Garden celebrates its fifth year of existence with an outdoor movie night....

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    Today in History: 1991

    Sep 5, 17 • 98 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Artist Denny Dent works on a portrait at the “Two Fisted Art Attack” event in the Quad on Sept. 6, 1991. The Quad was an outside area that is now a part of the Waldron Campus Center. Dent, a speed painter, specialized in celebrity portraits, often...

  • Class of 2020

    Welcome to Gannon, first-year students

    Jun 22, 17 • 628 Views • Faculty SpotlightNo Comments

    by To new students coming to Gannon University in the fall: Congratulations! The fact that you are picking up or scrolling through this newspaper to read this special Orientation edition of The Gannon Knight is an indicator that you are more likely to be...

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    Refugee photography exhibit on display

    Apr 25, 17 • 1684 Views • Features, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by Before making the trip home after finals week, Gannon University students are invited to visit the Cathedral of Saint Paul on Sixth Street to experience a photography exhibit by Maitham Basha-Agha titled “Rust Belt New Americans: A Showcase of Erie’s...

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    Staying in touch long after graduation day

    Apr 25, 17 • 1401 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Congratulations Class of 2017. After years of writing papers, studying late into the night and enduring final exams, you’re finally graduating. Over the past four years you’ve probably come to think of Gannon as home and your classmates and friends as...