Posts Tagged ‘Olivia Hahner’

  • Finding new meaning in love

    Feb 12, 20 • 171 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    Love. The four-letter word that can make or break most relationships. A word that is so small, yet has so much meaning. Why is that? Why does a four-letter word bring so much pressure? According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, love is an “affection based...

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    Student compiles art gallery at Nash Library

    Feb 5, 20 • 223 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    In the School of Communication and Arts, there is almost always a new and exciting project going on, whether it be a new edition of The Gannon Knight or even a new performance taking place at the Schuster Theatre. This time around the SCA introduces the new...

  • Miss Americana touches viewer

    Feb 5, 20 • 226 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    If you have kept up with my columns in the past year, it is no surprise that I am writing yet another column about Taylor Swift. However, if you have not, let me enlighten you. I have been a Taylor Swift fan for as long as I can remember. It’s not only her...

  • Regrets of not pursuing theater

    Jan 28, 20 • 219 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    With the rise of Tik Tok recently also comes the rise of theater kids showcasing their talents on the app. My favorite types of Tik Toks to watch are the ones where people showcase the roles they auditioned for and the ones they received. During this the user...

  • Setting out goals for the new decade

    Jan 22, 20 • 286 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    At the end of 2019, I knew I wanted to make a list of goals for myself in the upcoming decade and truly stick to them. Last year, I learned a lot about myself as an individual. In 2020, I want to continue this growth and self-love path I have started for...

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    O’Neill serves as a role model for students

    Jan 22, 20 • 701 Views • Features, Top StoriesNo Comments

    To a stranger, Anne O’Neill could be viewed as just another woman, but to her female students of Gannon University, she is so much more. O’Neill has been labeled as a professor who exhibits girl power and pushes her young female students to step outside...

  • Disney releases heartwarming new Christmas movie

    Dec 4, 19 • 830 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    Over the years, Disney has released a number of Christmas movies. One of the most iconic Disney Christmas movies to be released was “The Santa Clause” film series. The films follow Scott Calvin, portrayed by Tim Allen, a successful toy salesman whose life...

  • Looking forward to the new year

    Dec 4, 19 • 614 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    With 2019 coming to an end, it’s crazy to believe how much has happened to me. I left the country on my own, I discovered a passion I didn’t know I had and I experienced a few losses, some good and some bad. Overall I can say that 2019 was a year of...

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    Commencement ceremony to honor graduates

    Dec 4, 19 • 1377 Views • News, Top StoriesNo Comments

    Gannon University will be handing out 146 degrees at Winter Commencement Sunday. At least 117 students of the total 146 are expected to walk. Gannon’s Winter Commencement will be held at 2 p.m. in the Hammermill Center, located in the Waldron Campus Center....

  • The importance of saying “yes”

    Nov 20, 19 • 636 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    For most of my life I had been a planner. I often struggled with breaking a schedule and being spontaneous. New Years Eve of 2018, I was deciding what to make my resolution that year. I could have done the usual “I will lose weight” or “I will stop...