‘Features’

  • Issue7_Features_Mass

    Good for U promotes spiritual wellness

    Oct 26, 17 • 211 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Good for U, Gannon University’s initiative to promote wellness throughout the campus community, invites students, faculty and staff to find their Spiritual Wellness, whether that be by attending Mass every Sunday at 11 a.m. or 9 p.m. at the Mary, Seat of...

  • Issue7_Features_AlumKnights

    AlumKnights: Becoming involved

    Oct 24, 17 • 196 Views • AlumKnights, FeaturesNo Comments

    by I graduated from Gannon University in 1961 and, for about 50 years, I concentrated on my family and my career as I made my way in this world. In 2011, I co-chaired our 50th class reunion and was reintroduced to Gannon with great gusto. I was offered the...

  • Issue7_Features_Liz

    Student reflects on life in Australia

    Oct 24, 17 • 163 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by During my freshman year at Gannon, I debated back and forth about a million times whether I should study abroad or not. Eventually, I convinced myself that studying abroad would only take me away from my friends, cost a lot of money and put me behind...

  • Issue6_Features_Rec

    Good for U encourages a healthy college diet

    Oct 17, 17 • 845 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Good for U, Gannon University’s initiative to promote wellness throughout the campus community, invites students, faculty and staff to challenge themselves, to look for the healthy options here on our campus and take care of their own physical wellness....

  • Issue6_Features_TodayInHistory

    Autumn in Erie: 1979

    Oct 17, 17 • 99 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Fishermen gather at the mouth of Four Mile Creek at Lawrence Park, located four miles northeast of Gannon University’s campus, on Sept. 29, 1979. by...

  • Issue6_Features_Brig

    Exploring Erie history: The U.S. Brig Niagara

    Oct 17, 17 • 255 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by The sun was bright, and the sky was blue. The birds sang a melody as a large wooden warship bobbed to their song while it remained tethered to the dock near the Maritime Museum. The large brown and tan tall ship was none other than the U.S. Brig Niagara,...

  • Issue6_Features_Baugh

    History professor releases second novel

    Oct 17, 17 • 197 Views • Faculty Spotlight, FeaturesNo Comments

    by In the busy day-to-day hustle of classes, it is easy for many students to forget that their professors have research, projects and lives that they live outside of the classroom. Unknown to many of students on campus, Carolyn Baugh, Ph.D., an associate...

  • Issue5_Features_Alum

    AlumKnights: A call to serve

    Oct 3, 17 • 260 Views • AlumKnights, FeaturesNo Comments

    by Editor’s note: Lisa Spiller, Ph.D., is a 1982 alumna of the College of Engineering and Business and received her MBA from Gannon University in 1984. Lisa is a 2017 Distinguished Alumni Award Recipient. Each year, Gannon recognizes outstanding alumni...

  • Issue5_Features_Singh

    Students serve Shankar Service Foundation

    Oct 3, 17 • 743 Views • Faculty Spotlight, FeaturesNo Comments

    by Udai Singh, Ph.D., a professor in Gannon University’s mechanical engineering department, and his family recently celebrated 25 years of providing health care to the poor at their charity’s main facility in their home village of Gagaha, in the nation of...

  • Issue5_Features_TodayInHistory

    Today in History: 1985

    Oct 3, 17 • 133 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Mike Demma, class of 1963 and an alumnus of the Delta Sigma Phi fraternity, celebrates at the organization’s first reunion on Oct. 4, 1985. The weekend’s events were kicked off with a cocktail party at the Hilton Hotel, which is now the Avalon Hotel...