‘Features’

  • Long distance pillow to bring lovers closer together

    Feb 8, 12 • 1341 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Love it or hate it, Cupid’s arrows are swiftly approaching and targets have been named. Valentine’s Day, one of the most-celebrated holidays, with its signature pink and red hearts and sentimental cards and poetry, is nearly here. Some call it a...

  • How to prepare for internship, job interviews

    Feb 8, 12 • 840 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Preparing for an interview, whether it’s for an internship or a job, can be quite the endeavor, but Gannon University’s Student Success Center has the information students need to get the job done. James Finegan, the director of career services and...

  • Feb 1, 12 • 937 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Eating disorders affect about 70 million people worldwide, with an estimated 24 million of them hailing from the United States alone. Each day, that number continues to grow. Eating disorders are mental illnesses that occur within both men and women. These...

  • How to create a professional resume

    Feb 1, 12 • 1015 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Creating a resume from scratch is not at the top of anyone’s list of favorite things to do – at least not typically. Thankfully, there are people out there who are here to help get this tedious, yet necessary, task accomplished. James Finegan, director...

  • ROTC gains insight on new weaponry

    Feb 1, 12 • 791 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by This past weekend, the cadets of Gannon University’s ROTC program traveled the 40 minutes down State Route 19 to the Cambridge Springs Readiness Center (CSRC) to learn about some of the Army’s powerful weaponry. CRSC is a Pennsylvania National Guard...

  • TKE treks the road to recovery

    Jan 25, 12 • 1821 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Gannon University experienced several highlights last semester — the inauguration of its ninth president, the opening of a new residence hall and the unveiling of a student-run campus café, to name a few. The past semester also brought a dark moment...

  • Students, faculty praise English TAs

    Jan 25, 12 • 1049 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Successfully graduating from college with a bachelor’s degree arguably doesn’t yield as many benefits today as it used to. Add to that discouragement the fact that attaining a degree in anything other than a health profession leaves the college...

  • Greek honor society to make alterations

    Jan 18, 12 • 868 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by While Gannon University’s Greek social organizations center on social aims rather than educational or professional aims, the Order of Omega – Gannon’s Greek honor society – focuses on celebrating Greek leaders who display overall excellence....

  • Classes you dread but shouldn’t: Speech

    Jan 18, 12 • 759 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Fundamentals of Speech:  Just the name is enough to make most students sweat bullets. Students, have no fear – this intimidating course might be one of the most useful ones you take. Required in many programs, speech is a part of the liberal studies...

  • Opinions regarding new Roman missal differ

    Jan 18, 12 • 790 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Most Catholics are now aware that some changes to the Mass have come along in the past few months, but many are still unaware of the meaning behind these changes. Gannon University has done its part in trying to incorporate the new Roman missal into its...