THE GANNON KNIGHT

Enrollment numbers remain constant
Enrollment numbers remain constant
Anna Malesiewski, Staff Writer • October 20, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly impacted the fall semester in many ways for many universities nationwide. However at Gannon, COVID-19...

Abbreviated semester offers academic help
Abbreviated semester offers academic help
Michael Guido, News Editor • October 20, 2020

For the first time in its history, Gannon University will be offering an abbreviated “winter-mester” to help students who have been academically...

Business majors get creative for project
Business majors get creative for project
Nick Frisina, Staff Writer • October 13, 2020

A group of Gannon University business students have created a customizable face mask business with the goal of raising money for the university’s...

A former Gannon University student-athlete has brought forth a lawsuit alleging mental and emotional abuse at the hands of an athletics coach.
Gannon hit with former student lawsuit
Michael Guido, News Editor • October 12, 2020

A former Gannon University student-athlete has brought forth a lawsuit alleging mental and emotional abuse at the hands of an athletics coach. The...

Voter Literacy Workshop to Help Students
Voter Literacy Workshop to Help Students
Michael Guido, News Editor • October 6, 2020

Gannon University will be hosting a voter literacy workshop at 7 p.m. Tuesday in Zurn 101 or online via a Zoom webinar. A partnership between...

The new liberal core curriculum encompasses students’ four years at Gannon. The three categories of core classes, “Foundational Core,” “Integrative Core” and “Vocational Core,” are designed to better prepare students for entering the workforce.
Gannon revises liberal core curriculum to aid students
Chloe Forbes, Editor in Chief • October 20, 2020

A graduating student in the 21st century can be held to the highest standards, with future employers expecting proficiency in standard skills...

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf, right, stands with Eric Titus White, a hemp farmer who is showing Wolf a cutting of industrial hemp as part of Wolf’s visit to Monroe County on Oct. 13. There, Wolf discussed the benefits of legalizing recreational marijuana, including economic growth and restorative justice benefits for incarcerated Pennsylvanians.
Wolf calls for legalization of marijuana
Anna Malesiewski, Assistant Editor • October 20, 2020

With plans to use the tax revenue to fund restorative justice programs, Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf called for the legalization of recreational...

Despite COVID-19 precautions, students can still safely enjoy the fun activities fall brings with it.
Five COVID-safe fall activities to stay healthy and festive
Ali Smith, Roundtable Editor • October 13, 2020

Now that the leaves have officially turned and the temperatures have officially dropped, here are five fall things to enjoy in your free time...

The drive, which runs now through Nov. 3, is collecting toiletries, food and school supplies for those in need.
Multiple student organizations sponsor food drive
Natalee Stinebiser, Staff Writer • October 13, 2020

Gannon has a long history of giving back to its community and a deep commitment to service. The university has been active in things like...

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