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  • November 2GANNON UNIVERSITY ANNOUNCES ITS EIGHTH PRESIDENT AS WALTER IWANENKO, JR., PH.D.

Fetterman’s lead dwindles in Pennsylvania Senate Race

Addison Price, Staff writer October 31, 2022

ERIE, PA, Oct. 9 -- Former Lt. Gov., John Fetterman, loses his 10-point lead in Pennsylvania Senate race against Dr. Mehmet Oz. With about 5 more weeks until Election Day, Oz has had an increase in poll...

SOE hosts school safety conference

Ali Smith, Arts and Leisure Editor October 28, 2022

The School of Education hosted a school safety conference in Palumbo Saturday, featuring guest speakers from across Erie County prepared to educate future teachers on the reality of school safety.   The...

Gannon University’s Literary Magazine

Jillian Wells, Staff Writer October 28, 2022

Gannon’s literary art magazine, The Totem, has been around for sixty years and is still publishing prose, poetry and art from students, faculty, and staff.   A creative outlet, Totem has been a program...

Honors undergoes changes

Honors undergoes changes

Charlize Harding, News Editor October 10, 2022

The Honors Program is an opportunity to be further engaged in the Gannon community and to build characteristics of leadership development through opportunities of service, global experiences, scholarships,...

Community and Service Fair garners student participation

Community and Service Fair garners student participation

Charlize Harding, News Editor October 10, 2022

The fall 2022 Community and Service Fair was Sept. 27th from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. in Waldron Campus Center and was an opportunity for students to connect with community partners.   Anthony Nunez, a sophomore...

Calipari and Wertheim to speak at JES Global Summit

Anna Malesiewski, editor-in-chief October 10, 2022

Tomorrow as part of the Jefferson Educational Society Global Summit, John Calipari, head coach of the University of Kentucky Men’s Basketball Team, and L. Jon Wertheim, executive editor of “Sports...

Homecoming weekend packed with events

Homecoming weekend packed with events

Charlize Harding, News Editor September 27, 2022

Homecoming and family weekend is this weekend, Sept. 29-Oct. 2., and will be one of the biggest homecoming weekends at Gannon since the start of COVID-19.   The festivities will begin on Thursday...

The dedication of South Hall, Gannons newest residence hall, was an opportunity for the Gannon and Erie communities to come together.

New residence hall fosters community

Charlize Harding, News Editor September 26, 2022

The dedication of South Hall, Gannon’s newest residence hall, occurred Sept. 16.   It began with speeches by Keith Taylor, Ph.D., the university’s president, Walter Iwanenko, Ph.D., provost and...

Career fair connects students with employers

Charlize Harding and Madyson Wakeley September 26, 2022

I-Hack, Gannon’s newest facility, hosted this year’s career fair, which welcomed over sixty companies and employers.  This is an annual event that allows students to connect with professionals...

Golden Leaders program offers leadership skills and resume building

Golden Leaders program offers leadership skills and resume building

Melissa Carlson, Staff Writer September 23, 2022

The Golden Leaders program, which began last Friday, helps Gannon students learn about their leadership through five workshops offered each semester.   The workshops teach individuals to be authentic,...

Dr. Taylors announcement shocks most of Gannon community.

Students and faculty comment on Dr. Taylors departure

Charlize Harding, News Editor September 23, 2022

On Aug. 26, Gannon University announced that President Keith Taylor, Ph.D. is stepping down from the presidency effective June 2023.   Though Taylor is leaving the presidency, he is not leaving the...

Gannon celebrates 25 years of GIVE Day

Charlize Harding, News Editor September 23, 2022

Saturday Gannon celebrated 25 years of GIVE Day, an annual event where student organizations give back to the community.   Prior to the pep rally, there was a 7 a.m. Mass held at Mary, Seat of Wisdom...

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