Posts Tagged ‘Erie’

  • Issue 17

    Gannon’s new volunteer build

    Feb 13, 18 • 334 Views • Knight Vision, OpinionNo Comments

    by A new project is underway at Gannon at 457 W. Fourth St. You might have already heard about the St. Joseph House of Faith in Action. The premise behind the home is to use it for volunteering and connecting in the community, and it can also be used for...

  • Finding God on Gannon’s Campus

    Jan 23, 18 • 223 Views • Finding God on Gannon's CampusNo Comments

    by By GRACE DENNIS staff writer I strongly believe that beauty can be seen in every aspect of life, even if it may be difficult to find upon first glance. Even the things we complain about can be viewed from a more positive standpoint as long as we’re...

  • Issue14_Features_March

    Student reflects on Erie Women’s March

    Jan 23, 18 • 664 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by After Donald Trump’s presidential inauguration last January, I — like nearly 500,000 other women across the country — traveled to our nation’s capital to take part in the inaugural Women’s March. I was lucky enough to travel to Washington, D.C.,...

  • Issue11_Features_OldMain1898

    Gannon building rich in Erie history

    Nov 29, 17 • 451 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by While many students have known Old Main as Gannon University’s administrative building, most do not know about its history and significance to Erie. The history of the mansion began with William L. Scott, who served as mayor of Erie in the late 1860s and...

  • Fall

    Local elections just around corner

    Oct 31, 17 • 842 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by One of my greatest passions in life is following politics, especially local races. I am very thankful that since August, I have had the opportunity to intern with John Persinger, the Republican candidate in Erie’s mayoral race. Most of my friends will...

  • New Ruskin campus, EDDC plans revealed

    Oct 4, 17 • 432 Views • News, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by The Gannon University Board of Trustees has approved the construction of an 80,000-square-foot building on the university’s campus in Ruskin, Fla. The board, which took action at its meeting on Sept. 21-22, also backed the university’s involvement in...

  • harlee. september

    It’s finally fall and this editor is enjoying it

    Oct 4, 17 • 615 Views • Harlee Boehm, OpinionNo Comments

    by It is finally fall in Erie, and I am glad to say that I feel as though I am in my prime as of right now. I always seem to feel my best once summer is officially over and the holidays are right around the corner. Fall to me feels like the calm before...

  • September1

    The perks of going to school in Erie

    Sep 26, 17 • 552 Views • Brandon Jaces, OpinionNo Comments

    by Erie is a dynamic place to be, and while there are many negative connotations ascribed to the city we call home for eight months — and for others, life — it does have a lot going for it. One of my favorite things about going to Gannon University and...

  • Service event on campus brings new opportunities

    Sep 13, 17 • 395 Views • News, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by The 2017 version of GIVE Day—Gannon’s Invitation to Volunteer Everywhere – will take place Saturday at various locations around Erie. Sara Nesbitt from the Center for Social Concerns said more than 1,000 Gannon faculty, staff and students will spend...

  • Knights GIVE back

    Sep 12, 17 • 324 Views • Knight VisionNo Comments

    by In addition to giving the Gannon community 24 issues a year, The Gannon Knight staff will also be giving back to the Erie community Saturday. Two people on the Knight staff will be participating in the annual GIVE Day with Gannon University. Arts &...