THE GANNON KNIGHT

  • September 8President Keith Taylor, Ph.D. announced that he will be stepping down as president effective June 2023
Homecoming weekend packed with events
Homecoming weekend packed with events
Charlize Harding, News Editor • September 27, 2022

Homecoming and family weekend is this weekend, Sept. 29-Oct. 2., and will be one of the biggest homecoming weekends at Gannon since the start...

The dedication of South Hall, Gannons newest residence hall, was an opportunity for the Gannon and Erie communities to come together.
New residence hall fosters community
Charlize Harding, News Editor • September 26, 2022

The dedication of South Hall, Gannon’s newest residence hall, occurred Sept. 16.   It began with speeches by Keith Taylor, Ph.D., the...

Career fair connects students with employers
Charlize Harding and Madyson Wakeley September 26, 2022

I-Hack, Gannon’s newest facility, hosted this year’s career fair, which welcomed over sixty companies and employers.  This is an annual...

Golden Leaders program offers leadership skills and resume building
Golden Leaders program offers leadership skills and resume building
Melissa Carlson, Staff Writer • September 23, 2022

The Golden Leaders program, which began last Friday, helps Gannon students learn about their leadership through five workshops offered each semester.   The...

Dr. Taylors announcement shocks most of Gannon community.
Students and faculty comment on Dr. Taylors departure
Charlize Harding, News Editor • September 23, 2022

On Aug. 26, Gannon University announced that President Keith Taylor, Ph.D. is stepping down from the presidency effective June 2023.   Though...

Dickey releases self-published book
Dickey releases self-published book
Molly Begeman, Features Editor • September 16, 2022

September, or Suicide Awareness and Prevention Month, is an important month for recent Gannon graduate, Katie Dickey.   Dickey graduated...

Students adjust to post-Covid college
Molly Begeman, Features Editor • September 16, 2022

On March 13, 2020, the U.S. declared a national state of emergency in response to COVID-19.   Immediately following this announcement, thousands...

In honor of National Suicide Awareness and Prevention Month, Gannon’s Active Minds chapter and the Counseling Center work to foster open conversations about mental health.
September is National Suicide Awareness and Prevention Month and Sept. 4-10 is Suicide Awareness and Prevention Week.
Gannon community responds to suicide epidemic
Molly Begeman, Features Editor • September 8, 2022

September is National Suicide Awareness and Prevention Month and Sept. 4-10 is Suicide Awareness and Prevention Week. Schools, universities...

New first-year experience helps students transition
New first-year experience helps students transition
Molly Begeman, Features Editor • September 8, 2022

Gannon first-year students are experiencing a brand-new structure of Welcome Week, transition and Gannon 101.  This shift is designed to help...

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