Posts Tagged ‘Diane Cassarly’

  • Student literary, art journal expected to be successful again

    Apr 25, 12 • 987 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Those close to this year’s Totem, released last Wednesday, have said that it is a success once again. Over the past 17 years, according to adviser Berwyn Moore, professor of English, the Totem has received recognition from the ASPA – the American...

  • Extreme Couponer shares financial tips with students

    Mar 28, 12 • 1316 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by April Blum, otherwise known as the Coupon General, has not only sweept local supermarkets for “Q–poning” steals, but also has super saving abilities to give back to the community. Blum, who celebrated her couponing trade on TLC’s Extreme Couponing,...

  • Familiar campus face affirms love for Gannon

    Mar 28, 12 • 843 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by There are some aspects of Gannon University that are only truly appreciated by students, faculty and staff – John Coleman is one of those aspects. Coleman, security corporal community relations coordinator for Campus Police and Safety, is a...

  • Scholarships lighten students’ load

    Mar 21, 12 • 898 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by The one relief before beginning freshman year: no more college applications, scholarships and essays. As a senior in high school, the biggest stress aside for preparing for the next step in life is applying to colleges and all of the paperwork that...

  • Cupid finds first Gannon couple still going strong

    Feb 15, 12 • 1264 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...

  • Long distance pillow to bring lovers closer together

    Feb 8, 12 • 1197 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...

  • New portal, website promise accessibility

    Feb 1, 12 • 2882 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by Equipped with a new email system, Gannon University’s Informational Technology Services (ITS) has turned to a new project: a new portal and website. By Monday, students and faculty will have access to both new systems after a weekend conversion. Mark...

  • Greek honor society to make alterations

    Jan 18, 12 • 685 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....

  • Gannon students share holiday traditions

    Dec 7, 11 • 566 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...

  • Black Friday serves as tradition

    Nov 16, 11 • 871 Views • Features1 Comment

    by Right up there next to the major holidays — Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter — Black Friday shopping has become a huge event for which much preparation is needed. For years fanatic shoppers looking for the best deals on gifts for the...