THE GANNON KNIGHT

  • November 2GANNON UNIVERSITY ANNOUNCES ITS EIGHTH PRESIDENT AS WALTER IWANENKO, JR., PH.D.
Field of media undergoes changes

Field of media undergoes changes

Anna Malesiewski, Features Editor November 2, 2021

Media. It is ingrained in society -- in our schools, businesses and institutions. It is used for work and play, and without some sort of media presence, it is difficult to feel connected to others and...

Student government undergoes changes

Student government undergoes changes

Anna Malesiewski, Features Editor October 26, 2021

The Student Government Association at Gannon University has undergone many changes in the last few months alone, even despite the COVID-19 pandemic and new leadership. SGA is giving more money back...

Observing Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Observing Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Anna Malesiewski, Features Editor October 26, 2021

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month -- and there is so much more to domestic violence and abuse than meets the eye. Especially in the college environment, domestic violence and abuse are more...

‘Modern Masculinity’redfines manhood

‘Modern Masculinity’redfines manhood

Anna Malesiewski, Features Editor October 19, 2021

Active Minds, the student-led mental health awareness group at Gannon University, held “Modern Masculinity,” an open panel that allowed men to be vulnerable and transparent about mental health, on...

Gannon community weighs in on remote learning

Gannon community weighs in on remote learning

Destiny Gonzalez, Staff Writer October 19, 2021

Gannon University went fully remote in March 2020, and since then students and faculty have had to quickly adjust to the new norms of the COVID-19 pandemic: wearing masks, working remotely and vaccinations....

The commuter experience changes this year

The commuter experience changes this year

Anna Malesiewski, Features Editor October 5, 2021

There is no doubt that COVID-19 has caused the world to change, and it continues to do so. Along with the many changes occurring worldwide, COVID-19 has changed the college experience, especially for commuters. Back...

Welcoming Lt. LaFountain to campus

Welcoming Lt. LaFountain to campus

Destiny Gonzalez, Staff Writer October 5, 2021

Gannon University introduced its newest professor in the Department of Military Science, Lt. Daniel LaFountain, last month. LaFountain was born in Killeen, Texas, and his lifestyle was heavily influenced...

Active Minds ‘Outspoken’ event brings awareness

Active Minds ‘Outspoken’ event brings awareness

Anna Malesiewski, Features Editor September 29, 2021

Active Minds, the student-led mental health awareness club at Gannon University, hosted “Outspoken,” an open mic event that offered students the opportunity to share their mental health experiences,...

Push to de-gender occurs in Spanish language

Push to de-gender occurs in Spanish language

Ali Smith, Arts & Leisure Editor September 29, 2021

Amid the modern social movement for human rights, in terms of feminism, race, religion and gender and sexual identities, some languages that depend on a feminine and masculine distinction are struggling...

National Suicide Prevention Month

National Suicide Prevention Month

Anna Malesiewski, Features Editor September 21, 2021

Suicide prevention is somewhat of a hot-button topic. Especially during September, which is recognized as National Suicide Prevention Month. Individuals, organizations and institutions often feel some...

Clerkin celebrates 40 years at Gannon

Clerkin celebrates 40 years at Gannon

Anna Malesiewski, Features Editor September 21, 2021

The Rev. Shawn Clerkin, co-director of the School of Communications and the Arts, has been a presence at Gannon since the fall of 1981. This fall, Clerkin is celebrating 40 years at Gannon, both as a student...

Celebrating the Constitution on Campus

Celebrating the Constitution on Campus

Luke Bratton, [email protected] September 14, 2021

Entering the 2020s was a bumpy ride for the United States.  A pandemic, a summer of action and progress through the Black Lives Matter movement, an election which tore our nation apart and an assault...

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