THE GANNON KNIGHT

What’s On Your iPod?

April 27, 2011

What’s On Your iPod We see members of Gannon’s staff on campus every day. But what music do they use to make it through their workdays? Here is a chance to find out, and maybe pick up a new favorite artist or catchy tune...

Knightly News

April 27, 2011

Sports and exercise science program to host lecture Dale Boring, founder and director of GET FAST Camps, will deliver a lecture 8 p.m. Wednesday in Room 104 of the Zurn Science Center. The lecture is designed to help area coaches...

East Stroudsburg shocks Knights in blustery PSAC quarterfinal

April 27, 2011

An expectation of lightning caused the start time of East Stroudsburg’s 16-8 win over Gannon in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference quarterfinals to be moved up an hour at Gannon University Field Tuesday. However,...

Café to occupy former Antler’s property

April 27, 2011

The Student Government Association recently passed a motion to give $9,750 to the One Green World Café (formerly known the International Student Office Coffee Shop) in order to expand its business. The $9,750 investment will ...

Student who claimed attack falsified report

April 27, 2011

Gannon University’s Office of Campus Police and Safety was notified Tuesday that a Gannon student who was allegedly attacked and robbed confessed to Erie police that he falsified his report. He had admitted that he made up the...

Students prepare for Commencement

April 27, 2011

The keynote speaker at Gannon University’s May Commencement ceremony will be very familiar to the university’s 728 graduates. Dr. Antoine M. Garibaldi, Ph.D., the university’s sixth president, will give the keynote address...

Four years of good memories follow in walk to graduation

April 27, 2011

Memory is a funny thing. In one moment, a nostalgic flood will wash over you, the next, your mind is as blank as the Microsoft Word document I’m writing this column on. Just the other day I was talking to my mom when a cert...

Erie summer excites students

April 27, 2011

While most Gannon University students rush home in the summer, those remaining in Erie seem to agree it’s far less dreary in those lazy, hazy, crazy days. Alexandra Murray, a sophomore physician assistant major, said she...

Gannon makes PSAC playoffs for first time since joining league

April 27, 2011

It’s not often that an 0-2 performance in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference playoffs is cause for success, but in Gannon University softball coach Tom Jakubowski’s eyes, the record stands at 2-0.  “Going into...

Editor reaches end of college journalism career

April 27, 2011

This is it. My last Tuesday production night of The Knight. My last column. As I write this, the end of three years of my life will come in less than 12 hours, and yet it doesn’t feel real. Tonight when I leave the office, I...

tUnE-yArDs goes wild in ‘Whokill’

April 27, 2011

Throw on some war paint, a head band and mismatched clothes, because tUnE-yArDs’ new album, “Whokill” will take you to a wild, primitive state. tUnE-yArDs is native New Englander Merrill Garbus’ experimental solo-project,...

Franco, Portman far from Oscars in ‘Your Highness’

April 27, 2011

James Franco has followed up with his Academy Award-nominated performance in “127 Hours” with yet another role in a stoner movie, director David Gordon Green’s latest film, “Your Highness.” Thankfully, Franco’s...

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