• Issue14_Features_March

    Student reflects on Erie Women’s March

    Jan 23, 18 • 664 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by After Donald Trump’s presidential inauguration last January, I — like nearly 500,000 other women across the country — traveled to our nation’s capital to take part in the inaugural Women’s March. I was lucky enough to travel to Washington, D.C.,...

  • Issue14_Features_Library2

    The Gannon Library: 1948

    Jan 23, 18 • 112 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by The first Gannon Library began construction in 1946 and was completed in 1948. The building was home to 95,000 books and is now a part of the Waldron Campus Center. The new Nash Library was dedicated and blessed on Friday, 70 years after the completion of...

  • Cyber security: Don’t get caught in the phish net

    Jan 23, 18 • 233 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by A new semester can bring with it new roommates, new textbooks, a venti sized morning coffee, a whole lot of work and… phishing emails? Gannon University faculty, staff and students have been receiving emails concerning “phishing emails” from the ITS...

  • Issue13_Features_March

    Students traveling for pro-life march

    Jan 16, 18 • 350 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Gannon University’s Students for Life organization is preparing to make the trek to Washington, D.C., this weekend to participate in the world’s largest pro-life rally of the year, the March for Life. According to its website, the theme of this...

  • Good for U promotes spiritual wellness this month

    Dec 5, 17 • 273 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Gannon University’s Good for U initiative invites students, faculty and staff to fortify their spiritual wellness as we continue to be thankful for the things that we have as we go from Thanksgiving break into finals week, semester break and the...

  • Issue7_Features_AlumKnights

    AlumKnights: Missing finals week

    Dec 5, 17 • 219 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Finals weeks are college memories burned into your brain and yet they are also like snapshots: pancakes and pizza at midnight, every single couch or chair on campus being used by a student cramming an all-nighter, comparing notes in the hallway as each...

  • Issue12_Features_Christmas

    Gift-giving doesn’t have to be difficult

    Dec 5, 17 • 249 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by The holidays are some one of the most joyous times of the year, but for college students, they can also include some incredibly stressful weeks. In the midst of studying for finals, it’s possible you might have forgotten that Christmas is only a few...

  • Issue12_Features_TodayInHistory

    Today in History: 1997

    Dec 5, 17 • 197 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Robert “Joe” Luckey poses with a faculty member at the annual Gannon University staff Christmas party on Dec. 6, 1997. Luckey was one the most beloved members of the Gannon community, working over 55 years as a maintenance worker. Luckey was awaded the...

  • Issue11_Features_TodayInHistory

    Schuster Theatre: 1992

    Nov 29, 17 • 218 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by The Schuster Theatre presented William Shakespeare’s “A Winter’s Tale” Nov. 12-21, 1992. The upscale production of the classic Shakespeare play about love and deception featured the Rev. Shawn Clerkin as King Loentes, who is not pictured. The...

  • Issue11_Features_OldMain1898

    Gannon building rich in Erie history

    Nov 29, 17 • 452 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by While many students have known Old Main as Gannon University’s administrative building, most do not know about its history and significance to Erie. The history of the mansion began with William L. Scott, who served as mayor of Erie in the late 1860s and...