Congress on Campus addresses racial justice issues

Nicolis Franz

September 22, 2020

Gannon University’s latest chapter in the “Racial Justice: Be the Change” Fall 2020 Speaker Series took place Monday night on Zoom and the guest speakers discussed the state of racial issues in the United States. The...

Celebrating CHESS accomplishments

January 22, 2020

Over the past semester, the College of Humanities, Education and Social Scienes celebrated a various amount of accomplishments. Nancy Morris completed her Ph.D. in Organizational Learning and Leadership. Carmella Covell completed...

CHESS offers interesting new classes for next semester

November 6, 2019

With advising day just around the corner, it is time to look at the classes available for next semester. Some of these classes are new, and some are just outside the box of the regular curriculum, giving students a chance to expand...

New School of Public Service & Global Affairs to be introduced

January 17, 2018

Gannon University will be adding the School of Public Service & Global Affairs to the College of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences (CHESS) this fall. The new school will introduce the Public Service & Global...

Schuster Gallery reception to be held Friday

September 19, 2017

LAUREN SOVISKY staff writer Art is known as the expression of the human imagination. This art can take many forms, from everyday objects to material found in nature. What creates art is up to the artist, but the symbol it...

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