Posts Tagged ‘online’

  • A year to remember; thank you

    Apr 27, 20 • 474 Views • Michael Guido, OpinionNo Comments

    My first year on The Gannon Knight editorial board was unlike anything I could’ve expected. I never would’ve expected when we put together our first issue in August that over the course of the school year I’d have to opportunity to cover unique events...

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    Gannon community struck with coronavirus

    Apr 20, 20 • 1741 Views • NewsNo Comments

    Two members of the Gannon University community who tested positive for COVID-19 are reported to have recovered and are in good health, a university spokesman said Monday. In an email sent on April 9, the university revealed the positive diagnoses and said...

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    Gannon announces credit, work-study assistance

    Apr 6, 20 • 894 Views • NewsNo Comments

    Gannon University announced in an email Wednesday that it has begun the process of distributing nonrefundable credits to student accounts. The nonrefundable credits will go to students who were receiving a credit for their room and board for the 2020 spring...

  • Acknowledging the bright stars in dark times

    Mar 30, 20 • 895 Views • Michael Guido, OpinionNo Comments

    One of my all-time heroes is Fred Rogers, the Pittsburgh native who for decades educated and entertained millions of children with his show “Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood” on PBS. Mr. Rogers was noted not only for his cardigan sweaters and calm demeanor, but...

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    Gannon cancels TRAVEL, ABST trips

    Mar 30, 20 • 1153 Views • NewsNo Comments

    In light of COVID-19 forcing travel restrictions and international border closings, Gannon University announced last week that all May and summer GIFT, ABST and T.R.A.V.E.L. trips were canceled. Doug Oathout, Gannon’s chief marketing & communications...

  • Becoming adjusted to the new reality

    Mar 23, 20 • 586 Views • Michael Guido, OpinionNo Comments

    When I woke up Monday morning in preparation for my first Zoom class, it was an odd moment.  Instead of reciting my normal morning routine of getting up, taking a shower, brushing my teeth, combing my hair and all that other fun stuff, I threw on some old...

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    Gannon adjusts to online class delivery

    Mar 23, 20 • 889 Views • NewsNo Comments

    After a week of class suspension, Gannon University on Monday launched its transition online for the remainder of the 2020 spring semester.   As details have unfolded pertaining to how the transition would take shape, it came to light that the...