THE GANNON KNIGHT

Rock pitching proves hard to beat

April 13, 2011

A gander at the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference West division awards released Tuesday gives an accurate account of the Gannon University baseball team’s weekend. And it wasn’t a pleasant one. After dropping three...

Documentary introduces idea of eco-friendly plastic products

April 13, 2011

Somewhere in the Pacific Ocean, a plastic milk jug is floating around, waiting to be the unfortunate food choice for a marine animal. While many environmentalists blame the irresponsibility of other people for the plastic wa...

Senior sets all-time scoring mark

April 13, 2011

The Gannon University lacrosse season hasn’t exactly gone as coach Steve Wagner drew it up, but after a strong stretch of games, the Knights could be in a position to pencil themselves into the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference...

Learn about loans before graduation

April 13, 2011

For some Gannon University students, May 7 – graduation day – is circled and highlighted as the day “real life” begins. But as commencement approaches, so does the inevitable string of student loan bills. Once graduating...

Behrend students react to budget cuts

April 13, 2011

In the face of the most severe budget cuts Penn State has ever faced in a single year, Behrend students are mobilizing in unprecedented fashion. Within two weeks of the announcement of the budget, a small committee comprising...

Gannon Goes ‘Camelot’

April 13, 2011

Camelot plays at the Schuster Theatre 8 p.m. Thursday, Friday, Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday. Additional performances are 8 p.m. April 28 - 30 and 2 p.m. May 1. Tickets are $5 and can be purchased by calling the Schuster Theatre...

Editor prefers his Tigers black

April 13, 2011

Tiger Woods can you, uh, please start golfing again like it’s the year 2002? Pretty please? With a cherry on top? If the PGA Tour wants any chance of me sending one of my Nielsen ratings its way, Woods’ name better be at the ...

What’s On Your iPod?

April 13, 2011

We see members of Gannon’s administration on campus every day. But what music do they use to make it through the work day? Here is a chance to find out, and maybe pick up a new favorite artist or catchy tune for your own listening...

Megabus makes way to Erie

April 13, 2011

Have no fear, college students – you no longer need to compromise your travel plans due to rising gas prices thanks to the Megabus, an inner-city bus service courtesy of Coach USA. Since April 2006, the Megabus has provided extraordinarily low travel fares to many major ...

Knowledge of shared suffering comforts editor

April 13, 2011

Some people say human existence precedes essence, while others believe just the opposite. The same people who believe that our essence precedes our existence would probably say that God has a plan for all of us, a blueprint of...

Road to college takes twists and turns

April 13, 2011

When I was a little girl, I was highly convinced I would end up at Penn State University. I loved going to the football games with my family and I owned a lot of Penn State merchandise. In high school, we had to conduct a mini-project...

New takes on old songs give an old dance a new twist

April 13, 2011

Every so often, when someone tries to compare something, the phrase “it’s the same, but different” pops up. I rarely like such a description. It doesn’t truly say anything about the subject matter. However, one no...

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