THE GANNON KNIGHT

Graduation marks an end; new beginning remains hidden

May 1, 2013

This is the end, beautiful friend, this is the end, my only friend, the end.” The lyrics for “The End” by The Doors have swum to the forefront of my mind only a few times in my life. The first time was when I visited...

Gannon alumnus awarded Pulitzer Prize for editorials

May 1, 2013

After 40 years in media, columnist Daniel Ruth became Gannon University’s second alumni to receive journalism’s highest honor, the Pulitzer Prize. Ruth joins Robert H. Phelps, Gannon Class of 1939, who received a Pulitzer...

NFL Mock Draft 2013: In the trenches

April 24, 2013

No., Team           Player        Position              School 1. Kansas City    Luke Joeckel      OT          Texas A&M Analysis: The Chiefs choose the draft’s premier...

Approaching adulthood dooms mind-numbing hobby

April 24, 2013

Sometimes I wonder how much more growing up I’ll have to do before I’m considered an adult. After my first day of work, or when I move onto my own health insurance? Or maybe just when I pick a “mature” close-cropped...

University hires firm to assess space utilization

April 24, 2013

Gannon University’s 2013 spring cleaning involves a little bit more than cleaning out closets. Last week, the administration commissioned a steering committee that will work with architecture consultant firm Buehler and Associates...

Student arrested after inappropriate conduct

April 24, 2013

A Gannon University student faces criminal charges, including two felony counts of aggravated assault, after an incident at the Nash Library Sunday afternoon. Erie police identified the student as Christopher Hower, 25, who...

King discusses plans, goals as SGA’s next president

April 17, 2013

With his campaign over, Luke King can rest easy. That is, until he assumes his position as Gannon University’s 2013-14 Student Government Association president in the fall. The campaigning and election were “nerve-wracking”...

Job search affected as living preferences become prejudices

April 17, 2013

The word “job” absorbs all of the focus in the phrase “job search.” No one asks, “How’s your job-and-possible-move-to-another-state search going? A move is implied, I guess. Or “job search” just rolls of the...

‘Game of Thrones’ delivers first two episodes of promising new season

April 10, 2013

HBO’s headline locomotive has begun its third journey. “Game of Thrones” is two episodes into its third 10-episode season, and is crawling at a measured pace as the writers reintroduce each storyline and character. But...

Critic Roger Ebert dies, leaves void in film industry

April 10, 2013

When it comes down to most of my habits or the friendships I’ve built, I generally can’t pinpoint a specific moment when they began. For example, during most of my youth, I abhorred Grandma Fashimpaur’s cheesy potatoes...

Career development center explains approach

March 20, 2013

Send your best suit to the dry cleaner, flat-iron your favorite shirt and shine those dress shoes; it’s time to leave the reserve and hunt for that first job. As Gannon University seniors have fewer than two months until...

Sharpening your blade for ‘Game of Thrones’

March 20, 2013

The nights of an Erie winter are dark and full of terrors, so put on your blackest Night’s Watch cloak and cuddle your direwolf or dragon – HBO’s hit series “Game of Thrones” returns for its season-three premiere at...

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