‘Features’

  • Greek honor society to make alterations

    Jan 18, 12 • 932 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 • 806 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 • 816 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...

  • Freshman figure skater glides to victory

    Dec 7, 11 • 1493 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Picture the stereotypical figure skater. She’s 5 feet 1 inch tall with the curves and stature of a toothpick. Her flowing locks are harmoniously forced into a tight bun on the back of her head, and pounds of glittery makeup cake the face surrounding her...

  • Winter graduate shift focus to future

    Dec 7, 11 • 736 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Gannon University’s December commencement ceremony is quickly approaching, and some soon-to-be alumni say they’re looking forward to the road ahead. Many students have become weary of graduating in recent years because of the state of America’s job...

  • Gannon students share holiday traditions

    Dec 7, 11 • 732 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Over the upcoming break, many Gannon University students will return home to spend the holiday season with their families. With such a diverse student body, the season will be celebrated in a variety of ways from traveling to tropical destinations to...

  • Tai Chi class to be offered in spring semester

    Dec 7, 11 • 1105 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Gannon University offers its share of interesting classes to choose from. This upcoming spring semester, the university will be offering a new and exciting elective: Tai Chi/Qi Gong. This isn’t the first time that this type of class has been offered at...

  • Clever suggestions for Christmas gifts

    Nov 30, 11 • 762 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by It’s that time of year again to get into the season of giving. For those of you who find it hard to get your juices flowing, don’t worry; being a college student myself, I understand the difficulties that arise when shopping on a budget. Siblings are...

  • New band director expresses talent

    Nov 30, 11 • 1179 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Dana Bennett has the passion – and ability – for the bagpipes that vastly outweigh her petite stature, though according to her, the instrument was originally intended for “large Scottish men.” Bennett, 25, who is in her first year as director of...

  • Classes you dread but shouldn’t: Organic Chemistry

    Nov 16, 11 • 1349 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Many students at Gannon University have to take classes they’re not exactly looking forward to, but more often than not those classes turn out to be OK. Organic chemistry, according to a couple of Gannon students, is one of those classes. It may be...