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THE GANNON KNIGHT

The Student News Site of Gannon University since 1947

THE GANNON KNIGHT

The Student News Site of Gannon University since 1947

THE GANNON KNIGHT

Knightly News: Week of November 3

November 3, 2023/12a

Advising Day:

Tuesday, November 7 is advising day. This day is a time for students to prepare their schedules for the Spring andSummer semesters. The course catalog is available on SelfService. Students are welcome to start looking for courses to ask their advisors about on Tuesday. Online the course catalog can be searched in two ways: a subject search and an advanced search. Subject searches are useful for those looking for a topic or different electives. The advancedsearch option is geared toward helping students looking for specific courses that they may need for their majors. The “My Progress” section of Self Service is where students can see what courses they need to graduate and can plan accordingly.

Consulting these materials helps both students and faculty when piecing together their schedules.

The Totem Has News:

Totem, Gannon’s literary art magazine, is looking for volunteers to come vote for their favorite art pieces on AdvisingDay. The judging will take place from 12:30-2:30 p.m. in Palumbo 3237. All that is needed is to sign in, take a look around, and vote for your top ten. Additionally, the magazine has extended the deadline for poetry and prose submissions until Friday, December 1. Express your creativity and share your creative writing in an award-winning publication.

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Jillian Wells, News Editor
Hello, this year's News editor for the 2023 academic school year is Jillian Wells. She has written for the Gannon Knight as a staff writer periodically for the last two years and is looking forward to adding a third as an editor. She is also a co-editor for Gannon’s Literary Art Magazine the Totem, and a member of the English Honors Society Sigma Tau Delta. She is an easy-going person and tends to open up the more you get to know her. A good book and a cup of tea (or coffee) are all she needs for a free afternoon, and she is most definitely a dog (and cat) person. Jillian says that The Knight is a way for students and faculty to stay connected to the happenings around campus and to be a part of that is a great privilege. She hopes to do the best by you all.

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