• March 15Gannon University suspends COVID-19 surveillance testing for unvaccinated students, staff and faculty
Biden makes changes to student loan plans
Biden makes changes to student loan plans
Anna Malesiewski, Features Editor • April 27, 2022

For some weighed down by student loans, it’s been a good couple of months. President Joe Biden extended the student loan pause until August,...

Students adjust to changing COVID-19 conditions
Students adjust to changing COVID-19 conditions
Madeline Bruce, Editor-in-Chief • April 27, 2022

Since March 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic has dictated the livelihood of people around the world. Mask mandates, social distancing protocols, virtual...

Stress Less Week offers activities before finals
Molly Begeman, Staff Writer • April 13, 2022

For students, stress right before finals week is common -- trying to remember everything one has learned throughout the semester, fighting against...

Commemorating Sexual Assault Awareness Month
Anna Malesiewski, Features Editor • April 13, 2022

The month of April marks nationally recognized Sexual Assault Awareness Month – meant to highlight a prevalent issue that individuals face...

The state of the world -- a global pandemic, national and international unrest -- has exacerbated many young adults’ fear, anxiety and mental health issues. Although the pandemic seems to be subsiding, many are still feeling its effects.
Anxiety increases among college students
Anna Malesiewski, Features Editor • April 6, 2022

Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the mood at many colleges and universities has been strained. As it is finally and slowly seeming like...

 Tim Edwards, a sophomore freshwater and marine biology and mathematics major, will be spending eight weeks at Texas State University to study algebra, combinatorics and statistics.
Students to participate in summer program
April 6, 2022

After finals week, many students decide to go back home, work, travel, catch up with old friends or just relax after a stressful year. But some...

March is the annually declared month that highlights the female experience and celebrates the contributions of past and present women. Because of these women, women today are afforded opportunities and freedoms they might not have otherwise.
Celebrating Women’s History Month
Anna Malesiewski, Features Editor • March 30, 2022

March, which is Women’s History Month, is a time to reflect on the female experience, and pay tribute to the courage of the women of past generations...

Hope is oftentimes the thing that people hold onto during difficult times. Many college-aged people struggle to find hope -- especially amid a global pandemic, political uncertainties and the everyday pressures of life as a young adult and stressors of college.
Art piece and event to reflect on hope
Anna Malesiewski, Features Editor • March 23, 2022

In challenging times, people need something to hold onto. Oftentimes, hope is that thing – the thing that keeps them going, the thing that...

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