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Rove speaks at Global Summit

Nicolas Bell, Staff Writer October 28, 2022

Over the next four weeks, the Jefferson Educational Society, Gannon University and Cathedral Prep will host and organize the Global Summit.  Speakers from around the nation and globe will lecture on diverse...

In life, Caroline DiPlacido was a light at Gannon. She cared deeply about everyone, but especially students.

Commemorating DiPlacido’s heart in wake of death

October 10, 2022

In life, Caroline DiPlacido brought light and kindness to Gannon University. In death, she leaves a void.   DiPlacido was the project coordinator for the Office of Community and Government Relations...

For many college students, this midterm elections candidates platforms remain unclear. This makes it difficult for college voters to stay informed.

Midterm elections cause confusion for college students

Molly Begeman, Features Editor October 10, 2022

Pennsylvania in 2022 is a hotbed of political change.  With the midterm elections coming up, Pennsylvania could go either way politically, so it is more important than ever to vote.   Many college...

While inflation impacts the entire American economy, college students are particularly affected.

Students react to inflation rate

Quoc Huy Ngo, Staff Writer October 10, 2022

Since August 2022, the inflation rate dropped 8.3%, but there is still gloom over the national economy.     Analysts said that there is no doubt that inflation will affect the lives of many, especially...

Gannon installs gender-neutral bathrooms

Ali Smith, Arts & Leisure Editor September 30, 2022

Gannon is keeping up the ever-changing world with the installation of gender-neutral restrooms across campus.   Gannon, a Catholic university rooted in tradition, is prioritizing inclusin.Gannon is...

Spring break brings service opportunities

Spring break brings service opportunities

Molly Begeman, Features Editor September 30, 2022

The Center for Social Concerns and Global Exploration (CSCGE) ABST and TRAVEL trips are annual staples to many students’ spring semesters.   This spring, CSCGE is hosting 10 ABST trips and seven...

Dickey releases self-published book

Dickey releases self-published book

Molly Begeman, Features Editor September 16, 2022

September, or Suicide Awareness and Prevention Month, is an important month for recent Gannon graduate, Katie Dickey.   Dickey graduated in May with a bachelor’s degree in social work and is now...

Students adjust to post-Covid college

Molly Begeman, Features Editor September 16, 2022

On March 13, 2020, the U.S. declared a national state of emergency in response to COVID-19.   Immediately following this announcement, thousands of businesses, schools and institutions shut down for...

In honor of National Suicide Awareness and Prevention Month, Gannon’s Active Minds chapter and the Counseling Center work to foster open conversations about mental health.
September is National Suicide Awareness and Prevention Month and Sept. 4-10 is Suicide Awareness and Prevention Week.

Gannon community responds to suicide epidemic

Molly Begeman, Features Editor September 8, 2022

September is National Suicide Awareness and Prevention Month and Sept. 4-10 is Suicide Awareness and Prevention Week. Schools, universities and companies recognize this week as a time to raise awareness...

New first-year experience helps students transition

New first-year experience helps students transition

Molly Begeman, Features Editor September 8, 2022

Gannon first-year students are experiencing a brand-new structure of Welcome Week, transition and Gannon 101.  This shift is designed to help the incoming students feel more welcome, transition easier...

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, and the Education Department announced that it was evaluating...

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 school and work, and breakless semesters have all characterized...

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