Knightly News – March 19

African Student Organization to host Motown Revisited
Join the African Student Organization and the ABST Zambia May trip for their fundraising event, Motown Revisited, from 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at the Knight Club.
Enjoy ethnic African food while listening to Motown.
Entry is free; however, donatations are encouraged and appreciated.
All proceeds will be donated to the ABST Zambia Habitat for Humanity group for their trip.

Gannon Knight editor-in-chief application available
Applications are available for the position of editor-in-chief of The Gannon Knight for the 2019-20 academic year.
The form can be obtained by sending an email to current Knight Editor-in-Chief Harlee Boehm at [email protected] or Knight adviser Frank Garland at [email protected]
Completed applications should be submitted by email to Garland or hand-delivered to Room 319 of the Center for Communication and the Arts no later than 5 p.m. Friday.
For information on the duties and responsibilities that come with the position, contact Garland at ext. 5808 or via email.

APB to host Leeanna Golembiewski Friday
Join the Activities Programming Board (APB) from 10 p.m. to midnight Friday to see Leeanna Golembiewski perform at the Knight Club.
Golembiewski plays acoustic, pop and indie music.

Freedom Series continues March 27 on campus
Award-winning journalist David Shipler will be speaking from 7-8 p.m. Wednesday, March 27, in the Yehl Ballroom of the Waldron Campus Center.
Shipler will speak on the following: Americans who live on the edge, including those who work hard in low-wage jobs, face a constellation of interacting problems that magnify one another. Are there solutions?