Posts Tagged ‘Kate Robb’

  • September2

    Class, movie makes impact on editor

    Oct 17, 17 • 126 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by There’s a lot of reasons I am thankful to go to Gannon, but one that tops the list has to be access to professors who challenge me to think outside my comfort zone. This semester, I’m enrolled in Dr. Kaustav Mukherjee’s Migrant Literature course, and...

  • September2

    Erie Refocused looks to better the city

    Oct 3, 17 • 334 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by Guess what, Gannon. I’m back on my “Erie is awesome” soap box. As part of the “Thriving and Surviving in Uncertain Times” series, Kathy Wyrosdick, director of the Erie County Planning Department, presented last week on Erie Refocused, the...

  • September2

    Disappointed with DeVos

    Sep 12, 17 • 228 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by On Thursday, Sept. 7, Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos delivered a policy address on Title IX and managed to make me sick to my stomach at the same time. As Secretary of Education, DeVos is responsible for administering federal assistance to schools and...

  • September2

    Lots of love for Erie

    Sep 6, 17 • 500 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by Welcome back, Knights. Because I’m weird and don’t particularly enjoy working retail, this summer I took a risk in following my passions and completed a fellowship with a local organization. I worked with Our West Bayfront, a group working to improve...

  • Issue24_Features_Guy

    Refugee photography exhibit on display

    Apr 25, 17 • 1727 Views • Features, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by Before making the trip home after finals week, Gannon University students are invited to visit the Cathedral of Saint Paul on Sixth Street to experience a photography exhibit by Maitham Basha-Agha titled “Rust Belt New Americans: A Showcase of Erie’s...

  • Issue22_Features_RA

    Voting begins for Residence Life awards

    Mar 29, 17 • 564 Views • Features, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by Students have the opportunity to recognize members of Residence Life who have gone above and beyond during the 2016-2017 academic year. The Office of Residence Life Special Events Committee is currently accepting submissions until April 5 via EngageU to...

  • Issue21_Features_Perez

    Student reflects on family, politics

    Mar 21, 17 • 961 Views • Features, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by Gannon University has a connection to a national political figure, thanks to sophomore physician assistant major Ivana Perez. Perez is the niece of recently elected Democratic National Committee (DNC) chairman Thomas E. Perez, who was elected on Feb. 25....

  • Issue14_Features_March

    Student walks in D.C. Women’s March

    Jan 24, 17 • 576 Views • Features1 Comment

    by “We stand together in solidarity with our partners and children for the protection of our rights, our safety, our health and our diverse families — recognizing that our vibrant and diverse communities are the strength of our country.” This is the...

  • Beyoncé drops new visual album “Lemonade”

    Apr 27, 16 • 1153 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by When life gives you lemons, make Lemonade. R&B pop icon Beyoncé launched her new visual album titled “Lemonade” during an hour-long HBO Special on Saturday. Critics were expecting a documentary-style special when Beyoncé announced she would be...

  • Erie Chamber Orchestra to play Saturday

    Apr 20, 16 • 587 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by The talented musicians, composers and performers of the Erie Chamber Orchestra will be on display during their eighth concert of the season Saturday. A total of four musical pieces will be performed during the showcase: “Sinfonia Concertante, K. 297”...