THE GANNON KNIGHT

Finding God on Gannon’s Campus

November 14, 2017

By RACHEL NYE Night shifts are the worst. For anyone who has worked a job on campus, walking home late at night with the cold Erie weather and just the streetlights for company is not my idea of a good time. Last week, my c...

Finding God on Gannon’s Campus

October 31, 2017

This past summer, I went on a major health kick. I read articles galore on high protein diets, cutting out dairy or ways to cut sugar cravings. Feeling the freedom of a lenient schedule and my parents’ money for groceries, I jumped in wholehear...

Finding God on Gannon’s Campus

October 24, 2017

When I first picked up a newspaper and saw the headline "Finding God on Gannon’s campus," I began to ponder the ways in which I have experienced God here at Gannon. The first things to come to mind are the obvious answers, like du...

Finding God on Gannon’s Campus

October 17, 2017

The smell of pumpkin spiced lattes fills the air as figures in fashionable boots and scarves scurry to class. Damp red-brown leaves cover the brick walkways through buildings. A slight breeze and overcast sky give the eerie fe...

Finding God on Gannon’s Campus

October 3, 2017

Just one more mile. That is exactly where my mind went the minute I crossed the white, spray painted number two on Fifth Street. It was yet another 5K race in my long history of the dreaded 3.1 miles that my feet have tread thro...

Finding God on Gannon’s Campus

September 26, 2017

The smells of gyros and body odor filled the cobblestoned streets as our group awkwardly pulled our luggage, avoiding getting the wheels stuck in the cracks of the pavement. We used our maps and limited sense of direction to find our way ...

Finding God on Gannon’s Campus

September 21, 2017

It was somewhere around the point of the "Alleluia" that everything went dark. Standing next to my friends in Mary, Seat of Wisdom Chapel Sunday for 9 p.m. Mass, I thought the power outage might have been planned. We sort of...

Finding God on Gannon’s Campus

September 12, 2017

In these past few weeks we have all seen the news of the tragedy that struck our nation. Roaring wind and torrential rain flooded the streets of our cities. Families were torn apart and homes were split in half. As the tears o...

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