Posts Tagged ‘Kelsey Ghering’

  • courthouse

    Local elections to be held

    Apr 27, 17 • 1823 Views • News, Top StoriesNo Comments

    By KELSEY GHERING editor-in-chief With local elections fast approaching, it seems everyone in Erie wants a piece of the pie. It’s no surprise, then, that of the nine candidates running for mayor and 19 running for City Council, three of them are involved at...

  • Ross Gay

    English Awards Night returns

    Mar 28, 17 • 1805 Views • News, Top StoriesNo Comments

    By KELSEY GHERING editor-in-chief The Gannon University English department will host acclaimed poet Ross Gay and those inclined to listen to him at the campus-wide English Awards Night at 7:30 p.m. April 5 in the Yehl Ball Room. Originally from the suburbs of...

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    Album from Walker Hayes worthy of name

    Mar 21, 17 • 1479 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    By KELSEY GHERING editor-in-chief I stumbled upon Walker Hayes on Spotify’s “Discover Weekly” playlist, a stream of suggested music based on your personal preferences. I suppose I should preface this review by saying my Spotify music collection includes...

  • kelsey web

    We need more study spaces

    Mar 7, 17 • 1049 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    By KELSEY GHERING editor-in-chief Since it would be an understatement to say I had an uneventful break, I’d like to tell you a tale of midterms. On the eve of spring break, I decided to form a study group for my one and only mid-term exam — the Mass Media...

  • Issue 19, Finding God

    Finding God on Gannon’s campus

    Mar 7, 17 • 4418 Views • Blogs, Finding God on Gannon's CampusNo Comments

    I decided to give up meal plans senior year – partly to improve my cooking skills and partly to get away from the added cost to my yearly tuition. What I didn’t account for, however, was how quickly the cost of buying groceries each week adds up. Soon...

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    Dean Fleming leads immigration discussion

    Feb 21, 17 • 1156 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    Perhaps unsurprisingly, listening skills were one the focal points of the immigration discussion held in the Yehl Ball Room Thursday evening. “We all do a good job of talking at each other and trying to get our opinions out, but we don’t listen,” Linda...

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    Couples on Campus: Professors reminisce on 51 years together

    Feb 17, 17 • 3421 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    According to Priceonomics, farmers, lawyers and teachers are statistically more likely to marry someone within their profession. So, finding married professors who work together should be no surprise – except that Carol Hayes, English instructor at Gannon...

  • kelsey-web

    A word on buying ‘ethically’

    Feb 14, 17 • 1277 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    By KELSEY GHERING editor-in-chief As part of Gannon’s Tea and Conversation series, I found myself at The Knight Club Monday with some vanilla roobios tea and a concerned feeling brewing in my stomach. Stephanie Barnhizer, an instructor in Gannon’s...

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    ‘Tea and Convo’ discusses conflict materials, ethics

    Feb 14, 17 • 1262 Views • News, Top StoriesNo Comments

    By KELSEY GHERING editor-in-chief The materials that go into your smart phone have a story beyond the factory it came from. Coltan, one of the most common metals used in capacitors for smart phones and mobile devices, is a conflict mineral, meaning it’s...

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    It’s always OK to ask for help

    Feb 8, 17 • 1107 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    By KELSEY GHERING editor-in-chief Being a late bloomer is not the best excuse for people my age to justify falling behind on things like earning your driver’s license, but that’s the best one I have. I didn’t get my license until I was 18, and I could...