Semester break changes met with mixed opinions

Anna Malesiewski, Assistant Editor

September 22, 2020

Because of the coronavirus outbreak, Gannon has deemed it necessary to adjust its semester break schedule to accommodate for utmost safety and protection against the virus. This year, there are no mid-semester breaks, and the...

Sports Overload

Alex Pepke, Sports Editor

September 15, 2020

It has been tough being a sports fan over the last six months or so. College sports were canceled, the professional sports leagues were postponed and sports fans, like myself, were left with nothing. I don’t mean to be dram...

Gannon announces spring semester plans

Michael Guido, News Editor

September 4, 2020

Gannon University announced a reformed spring semester schedule Thursday in accordance with the realities of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.  Among the changes that have been announced include a delayed start to the semest...

Getting adjusted to the new reality

Michael Guido, News Editor

August 25, 2020

Coming back to campus at the beginning of this month, it was a weird site to behold. As I walked around the familiar places I’ve seen the past three years, Nash Library, the Waldron Campus Center and the Palumbo Academic Center,...

Students react to changes on campus

Madeline Bruce, Features Editor

August 19, 2020

Gannon University hit the ground running with its early start to the fall semester on August 10. Students returned to campus for mostly face-to-face classes, something that is seemingly normal and routine amid the ongoing pandemic. This...

New changes to Waldron entrances and traffic flow

Chloe Forbes, Editor-in-Chief

July 29, 2020

As Gannon University prepares for incoming students, there are new changes to Waldron Campus Center. To align with COVID-19 guidelines, Waldron will feature one-way traffic to help with capacity levels. There will be three...

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