‘Features’

  • PKA, LIFE groups continue to work together

    Mar 21, 12 • 1327 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Gannon University’s chapter of the fraternity Pi Kappa Alpha (PKA) has made its mission to bring education, understanding and tolerance to the Gannon campus by being the first organization to step forward and lead the way in bridging the path for the...

  • Nursing profession changes over time

    Mar 7, 12 • 4361 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Crocs, scrubs and long hours – the telltale signs of a working nurse – are a far cry from the spike heels, short white dresses and party attitude of the nursing costumes that crop up every Halloween. For today’s nursing students, it’s hard to...

  • Freshmen comment on college life

    Mar 7, 12 • 976 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by By this point in the year, most people have grown accustomed to their day-to-day lives as students at Gannon University. But it can be difficult to remember what it was like in the first weeks as a Gannon student. Even freshmen can have difficulty...

  • Writing Center grows up into virtual realm

    Mar 7, 12 • 1173 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by The Gannon University Writing Center initiated a giant step into the virtual world Monday as it launched its first online tutoring program, but it seems it has some even bigger and better plans in the works. Beth Kons, the Writing Center director, said...

  • Changes loom for graduating students

    Feb 15, 12 • 1315 Views • Features1 Comment

    by With only 81 days until Spring Commencement, Gannon University seniors all seem to be asking themselves the same question: how will life change after graduation? With the prospect of jobs and graduate school — not to mention landlords, bills and loan...

  • Cupid finds first Gannon couple still going strong

    Feb 15, 12 • 1401 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by With Valentine’s Day annually capturing the hearts of many, February is known as the month for happy couples. With that being said, February happens to be an exceptionally meaningful month for David and MaryAnne Kozak, a couple who will mark 47 years on...

  • Classes you dread but shouldn’t: Statistics

    Feb 15, 12 • 981 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Many Gannon University students shudder at the word – statistics – but, if you ask some of them who haven’t taken the course, they may not even know what exactly that word means. Patrick Headley, an associate professor in the math department, said...

  • Online classes offer different take on learning

    Feb 15, 12 • 941 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by As computer technology continues to do more to impress the world day by day, many of the faculty, staff and students at Gannon University strive to incorporate this technology on campus. One thing that they have done recently is introduce an updated web...

  • Lady engineers stand out in a crowd

    Feb 8, 12 • 1257 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by It seems to be a common occurrence to find a female health science major around Gannon University, but it can be difficult to find a female student who majors in an engineering field of study. Jeanette Mosier, a senior mechanical engineering major, decided...

  • Fraternity forms partnership with LIFE group

    Feb 8, 12 • 1363 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Students, faculty and staff walking around the Gannon University campus may have noticed students wearing T-shirts with the words “I AM” on the front and the word “ME” on the back. The blue shirts with yellow lettering are easy to spot and they...