Posts Tagged ‘Kate Robb’

  • September2

    Greek Life — it’s not like the movies

    Dec 5, 17 • 100 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by Explaining that I am involved in Greek Life on a college campus can sometimes result in some skeptical looks. I get it; social sororities and fraternities have been hotly criticized in national media recently, and the stereotypical reputation Greeks often...

  • September2

    A positive attitude goes far

    Nov 14, 17 • 164 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by “The sun will rise and we will try again.” It’s a quote I’ve been living by for the past week. College is sort of like a giant paradox because when I look back on the past semester as a whole, it’s been great, but there are some individual...

  • Fall

    “Live Safe” and download this app

    Nov 7, 17 • 326 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by Let’s face it: Gannon sends a lot of emails. If you’re anything like me, you probably swipe directly on the unopened message and select the delete button; 9.75/10 times there will be no harm. Recently, however, I have noticed Gannon has been sending...

  • Fall

    Local elections just around corner

    Oct 31, 17 • 747 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...

  • September2

    Class, movie makes impact on editor

    Oct 17, 17 • 229 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 • 410 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 • 289 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 • 569 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 • 1797 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 • 641 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...