Posts Tagged ‘books’

  • Pride Month Advocacy and Resources

    Jun 29, 20 • 376 Views • Features, Top StoriesNo Comments

    As Pride Month comes to an end, continue to stay informed and be an advocate for the LGBTQ+ community. A statement made by the Gannon community called “Sexuality as God’s Gift and Our Response to Gay and Lesbian Student Concerns” can be found in the...

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    Gannon to host Battle of the Books competition

    Feb 24, 16 • 1783 Views • News, Top StoriesNo Comments

    Gannon University has the privilege of hosting this year’s Battle of the Books competition, which will take place March 4. Faculty and students from Gannon’s School of Education will help to produce the competition. Nicole Fitch, the librarian at North...

  • ‘Game of Thrones,’ you win or you die

    Mar 18, 15 • 2152 Views • NewsNo Comments

    This weekend was a successful and sad one for me. We won our game, I scored a few goals and I finally finished the fifth book of the George R.R. Martin’s “Game of Thrones.” Finishing this series has been a journey for me that has lasted far too long....

  • Don’t skim ‘Three Weeks With My Brother’

    Feb 4, 15 • 1869 Views • NewsNo Comments

    Most of my family members are really big readers. Growing up, my mom would read me piles and piles of books from the library every week. She says that I was the kid that she read to the most. That is why we believe I am still a big reader today. My mom, Aunt...