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Gannon to welcome Tom Ridge
Michael Guido, News Editor • January 25, 2021

Gannon University’s School of Public Service and Global Affairs will welcome former U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Tom Ridge to speak...

Gannon prepares for new semester
Gannon prepares for new semester
Michael Guido, News Editor • January 22, 2021

Gannon University is preparing to begin the 2021 spring semester under the cloud of a continuing global pandemic that remains a force in the...

Gannon celebrates MLK Day
Michael Guido, News Editor • January 16, 2021

Gannon University’s Mission and Ministry Office has invited the Gannon community to participate in an event to remember the late Dr. Martin...

Gannon announces new online master’s degree in information assurance and cybersecurity
Gannon announces new online master’s degree in information assurance and cybersecurity
Chloe Forbes, Editor-in-Chief • January 10, 2021

Gannon University’s College of Engineering and Business announced it is launching a new Master of Science program in Information Assurance...

COVID-19 alters commencement path
COVID-19 alters commencement path
Faith Wilson, Staff Writer • November 10, 2020

Gannon University’s fall commencement ceremony will occur Saturday, Nov. 21, but there are many questions on what it will look like as the...

Student body reflects on divisive election
Student body reflects on divisive election
Michael Guido, News Editor • November 10, 2020

In most cases, the U.S. presidential election is decided on election night, yet in 2020, that did not occur. From Tuesday night until Saturday...

Powerful images of people and movements that symbolize historical events line the walls in areas of Palumbo Academic Center.
Palumbo pictures bring history to the hallways
Michael Guido, News Editor • November 10, 2020

Students walking around the second floor of the Palumbo Academic Center likely have noticed some new pictures hanging up on the walls. The photos,...

Students voice concerns at town hall
Students voice concerns at town hall
Michael Guido, News Editor • November 3, 2020

Gannon University had a student-focused town hall Thursday night in an effort to hear from students of all backgrounds. Walter Iwanenko, Ph.D.,...

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