THE GANNON KNIGHT

Knight staff takes pride in accomplishments, friendship

May 1, 2013

Even as I start to rewrite this column for the umpteenth time, I’m still not exactly sure where it’s going, so please bear with me. I’ve been toying with the idea of my “final column” for several weeks, and it seems...

Project aids Twilight Wish

April 24, 2013

Senior business majors at Gannon University had the opportunity to dive head-first into the world of nonprofit work this semester as they spent countless hours of time and energy working with a local foundation to raise funds...

Eighth Buble album as good as the first seven

April 24, 2013

I’m pretty sure Michael Bublé is one of those people who just never ages. You know what I’m talking about. That tall, dark and handsome who has stayed just as tall, dark and handsome since you first saw him 10 years ago;...

Recent reflection prompts memories of former self

April 24, 2013

Hard to believe, but for many of us graduation is only 16 days away. For me, it’s even harder to believe it was this time just four years ago that most of us were gearing up to graduate high school. Sometimes I can’t wrap...

OT students promote profession to campus

April 17, 2013

It should come as no surprise that the majority of Gannon University students have the ability to complete tasks of daily living – dressing, eating, breathing, bathing – with little to no thought. But what about those people...

Successes, failures prompt greater insight into major

April 17, 2013

I’ve written many-a-column in the past two years expressing my love of being an English major at Gannon University. I love the classes I take, the professors I study under and the students I learn alongside. But I have...

Finding God on Gannon’s Campus

April 17, 2013

Often when I’m feeling particularly down in the dumps, or feeling any kind of extreme emotion, really, I turn to contemporary Christian music to cheer me up. It has a soothing effect on me that I haven’t quite found anywhere...

Pope Francis renews faith, practices what he preaches

April 10, 2013

Show, don’t tell” is one of the most fundamental rules you’ll ever hear in a creative writing class, whether it’s at Gannon University or anywhere else that’s got some merit with that sort of thing. You want the reader...

New pope stirs campus discussion

March 20, 2013

Catholics were able to breathe a sigh of relief Wednesday when the almost month-long wait for a pope ended with the election of Pope Francis. Jorge Mario Bergoglio was elected pope on March 13 after cardinals spent two days...

College students should make learning No. 1 priority

March 20, 2013

I’ve expressed my love for Gannon University in a plethora of columns over the past two years. I’ve said it before and I will say it again: I am truly blessed to have been included as a part of this wonderful community. A...

President: Luke King

March 13, 2013

Why are you running for SGA president? I’ve always been really motivated and I’ve always really just been in love with this campus, and ever since I got on SGA I realized that I can have a major role in what goes on on...

President: Mike Krysiak

March 13, 2013

Why are you running for SGA president? I’m running for SGA president simply because I believe I’m the best candidate for the position. I want to use my leadership abilities to guide SGA toward being the true voice of...

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