Students attend poignant black lives matter vigil

August 30, 2020

On August 20, Gannon’s Black Student Union hosted a Black Lives Matter Vigil in response to worldwide outcry about police brutality and systemic problems of racial inequality. The event was hosted on...

Gannon introduces new programs to CEB and Morosky

Gannon introduces new programs to CEB and Morosky
August 26, 2020

As part of Gannon University’s commitment to provide quality education to prepare students for their future careers, the College of Engineering and Business (CEB) and the Morosky Academic Center will...

Students react to changes on campus

August 19, 2020

Gannon University hit the ground running with its early start to the fall semester on August 10. Students returned to campus for mostly face-to-face classes, something that is seemingly normal and routine...

Maintaining wellness during COVID-19

Students utilize the treadmills at Gannon’s Recreation and Wellness Center. Signs are in place at the RWC to ensure people maintain proper social distance and disinfecting procedures. The RWC reopened on July 27 with increased COVID-19 protocols.
Ways to stay healthy while managing classes and the ongoing global pandemic
August 19, 2020

In March, our lives got turned upside down as we encountered something we never thought of: a global pandemic. COVID-19 surged around the world and interrupted lives. Universities sent students home unsure...

Pride Month Advocacy and Resources

June 29, 2020

As Pride Month comes to an end, continue to stay informed and be an advocate for the LGBTQ+ community. A statement made by the Gannon community called “Sexuality as God’s Gift and Our Response to...

Gannon alumnus Mike Nunes talks television as an industry insider

Students and faculty in a Zoom chat with Mike Nunes.
April 24, 2020

Mike Nunes fondly recalls his time at Gannon University as a communication arts major, saying Gannon gave him a large-scale education with a variety of different skills that helped him gain an understanding...

International students face challenges with campus closure

Gannon's international students gathered for a day of ice skating before the global pandemic.
April 3, 2020

A woman draped in an electric orange turtleneck practically glows against the sea of turquoise chairs left empty, clutching her hands together, white-knuckled and bowing in prayer. The wide windows of...

CHESS Day goes virtual amid COVID-19 outbreak

CHESS Day goes virtual amid COVID-19 outbreak
April 1, 2020

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, campus closure and switch to remote learning, Gannon University’s inaugural CHESS Day was canceled, but that didn’t stop the event’s planners from creating opportunities...

Students voice concerns about campus closing

Students voice concerns about campus closing
March 18, 2020

In the midst of the coronavirus outbreak, students and faculty alike are charting new territory by working remotely. Many students are moving away from campus and have to find new ways to keep up with...

Coronavirus concerns close Gannon

Coronavirus concerns close Gannon
March 13, 2020

Gannon University will suspend face-to-face classes for the rest of the semester beginning Monday due to the spread of the coronavirus. Classes will resume Monday, March 23, using an alternative delivery...

Gannon alumna creates food tour business

Gannon alumna creates food tour business
March 11, 2020

When Kelly Karns graduated from Gannon University with a master’s degree in 2009, her career plan was nowhere near creating a food tour business for the Erie area. Somehow, that is exactly what she...

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