The Student News Site of Gannon University since 1947


The Student News Site of Gannon University since 1947


The Student News Site of Gannon University since 1947


Knightly News: Week of February 9

Black History Month at Gannon University  

On February 9th, from noon to 3pm, the Black Student Union will be outside of Chick-fil-A to celebrate the beginning of Black History Month.  

February 13th beginning at 6pm at the Mary, Seat of Wisdom Chapel all will be welcome to participate in a prayer service that will center around the celebration of Black History Month.  

The service will include poetry, praise and worship, scripture readings and a keynote speech from Dr. A’Darius Porter. There will also be live music from local Erie guest musicians and student-leaders.  

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Refreshments and hors d’ouvres will be served in Kraus Hall.   

February 13th at Shuster Gallery, an exhibit will be open until March 30th  

At Ruskin’s Campus February 13th and 15th from 9am till 3pm in room 111 there will be a documentary viewing.  

It will be a selection of documentaries that shpwcase the impact of historical leaders in our communities. Features will include Hughes Dream Harlem, George Washington Carver: An Uncommon Life, and The Rise and Fall of St. Louis’s Black Hospital: The Color of Medicine.  

Along with the documentary viewing, there will be refreshments, snacks, local resources, and inspirational take-home items. 


Find Your Voice Speaker Series: Multicultural Dance Night 

Gannon University’s College of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences presents Multicultural Dance Night once again as part of the Spring 2024 Speaker Series. This event will be on Friday March 22nd at 7pm at the Erie Playhouse.  

This event will be featuring K-Pop and Chinese traditional dances by the Yanlai Dance Academy of Pittsburgh.  

Student admission with ID is $5 and general admission is $15.  

Purchase tickets here. 

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Charlize Harding
Charlize Harding, Editor-in-Chief
Hello! This year's Editor-in-Chief is Charlize Harding. She has been writing for about a year and a half; last year she served as the News Editor. In addition to the paper, she is a part of Gannon’s service sorority, Gamma Sigma Sigma; the English International Honors Society, Sigma Tau Delta, and co-editor for Gannon’s literary magazine, The Totem. Charlize also works on campus at the Writing and Research Center. During her down time, she loves to watch movies, go out with friends and just chill. Thank you for all of your support with The Gannon Knight!

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