The women of the Gamma Sigma Sigma sorority spend their week returning thanks and giving back to downtown Erie for all that it has done for Gannon.

Gannon sorority takes part in Service Week in community

Charlize Harding, Staff Writer April 6, 2022

Gamma Sigma Sigma, Gannon University’s service-based sorority, is holding its annual Service Week through Sunday. Sorority President Ariel Farren, a senior psychology major, has been involved with...

Connie Walker spends her evening educating the Gannon community about beekeeping and its historical context from its roots in Slovenia.

Local beekeeper presents at Gannon for CHESS speaker series

Madeline Bruce, Editor-in-Chief April 6, 2022

Gannon University’s College of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences “Reinventing Right Now” speaker series continued Thursday with an event on beekeeping. The event, held in Waldron 219,...

Knightly News: Week of March 30

Chloe Palmiere, News Editor March 30, 2022

KNIGHTLY NEWS: Editorial board applications available Applications are available for students interested in serving on the Editorial Board of The Gannon Knight for the 2022-2023 school year. The...

CHESS Speaker Series event focused on Bronze Age collapse

Chloe Palmiere, News Editor March 30, 2022

Gannon University’s CHESS Speaker Series continued last week with the author of a book that looked at the demise of earlier civilizations. Eric Cline, author of a book titled “1177 B.C.: The Year...

Gannon University will be welcoming Jennifer Lundy to campus as the new vice president for Finance and Campus Operations in Erie next month.

Gannon prepares to welcome new vice president for finance

Chloe Palmiere, News Editor March 23, 2022

Gannon University will be welcoming Jennifer Lundy as the new vice president for Finance and Campus Operations in Erie. Lundy’s first day on campus will be April 19. Lundy is joining Gannon after...

The Gannon bookstore is facing potential changes this fall as the vendor contract is up for renewal. Currently, four different vendors are competing for it.

Bookstore contract in demand between competitors

Jillian Wells, Staff Writers March 23, 2022

The Gannon Bookstore’s contract is up and the race for a vendor is underway involving four companies, one of which will be chosen to provide textbooks and related items to the university starting in...

New multilingual signs will be spread around campus inside buildings, including the mailroom, the Health & Counseling Center, the library and Beyer Hall.

Multilingual signage created for buildings on campus

Madeline Bruce, Editor-in-Chief March 16, 2022

As part of the ongoing events at Gannon University centered around multilingual signage, the College of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences (CHESS) held a multilingual signage exhibition Tuesday...

Gannon University’s Student Government Association hosts the semi-annual student town hall meeting for all members of the Gannon community.

SGA town hall focuses on student concerns on campus

Molly Begeman, Staff Writer March 16, 2022

Gannon University’s Student Government Association hosted a student town hall on March 7, and despite a relatively small turnout, those in attendance considered the event a positive one. This event,...

Previously spread around campus, all of the “mask required”and “keep distance” signs have been removed from all academic and residential buildings.

Gannon University lifts campus-wide mask mandate

Chloe Palmiere, News Editor March 9, 2022

For the first time since the summer of 2021, wearing a mask is now optional in all indoor spaces on Gannon University’s Erie and Ruskin, Fla., campuses. The lifting of the mask mandate was made official...

Former Diocese of Erie Bishop passed away on Sunday, February 26 at St. Mary’s in Erie.

Former Erie Bishop Donald Trautman dies at age 85

Madeline Bruce, Editor-in-Chief March 9, 2022

A public viewing was held Sunday for the Most Rev. Donald Trautman, bishop emeritus of the Diocese of Erie, who died Feb. 26 at age 85. Trautman served the Gannon University community in numerous ways...

Gannon University lifted its mask mandate Wednesday, making masks optional indoors on both of its campuses.

BREAKING: Gannon University lifts mask mandate

Madeline Bruce, Editor-in-Chief February 23, 2022

Gannon University announced Wednesday that masks are now optional indoors on both its Ruskin, Fla. and Erie campuses. The announcement was sent out via email at 4 p.m., and the lifting of the mask mandate...

The 2020 Guatemala ABST trip focused on learning about the programs of the San Lucas Mission and learning about Guatemalan and Indigenous history.

ABSTs make a comeback after pause due to COVID-19

Molly Begeman, Staff Writer February 23, 2022

With spring break approaching, many of Gannon’s students are planning on going back home and relaxing, but there are some who are getting ready to serve others. The Center for Social Concerns and...

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