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Gannon gets ready for summer camps

Apr 29 • 531 Views • 1 Comment on Gannon gets ready for summer camps

by As the spring semester draws to a close, Gannon University is gearing up for a busy summer. Two on-campus programs will be held this summer, the Summer JAM Program...

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Mid-Knight pancake breakfast set

by Another end to a Gannon University school year quickly approaches; the seniors are getting ready to graduate and underclassmen are...

Apr 29 • 385 Views


Professor donates generously

by It isn’t uncommon for Gannon University to receive a generous donation from an alumnus or community member, but being given a $1...

Apr 29 • 322 Views


Commencement speaker chosen

by Gannon University is preparing to honor its largest graduating class 2 p.m. Saturday, May 9, during the spring commencement ceremony at...

Apr 29 • 361 Views

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The Relay for Life crowd waits to begin walking at the Gannon University Recreation and Wellness Center Friday.

Relay for Life participants work to save world one cure at a time

Apr 29 • 462 Views • No Comments on Relay for Life participants work to save world one cure at a time

by Gannon University celebrated their annual Relay for Life Friday at the Recreation and Wellness Center. The day featured 12 hours of sponsored walking among friends,...

Maddy Schwerinski, Amber Stilwell, Holly Dill, Kristal Ambrose and Amanda Hennessy pose after a program to clean up Presque Isle.

Students propose Styrofoam ban

by The Gannon University Environmental Club is taking the steps toward a green initiative by proposing to eliminate...

Apr 29 • 337 Views


Music therapy changes health care field

by Gannon University students interested in health care and music were able to gain insight from someone who combines...

Apr 22 • 635 Views


Student organizations receive advice from social work club

by Gannon University has been described as a campus where it is easy to get involved. With the abundance of student-run...

Apr 22 • 444 Views


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‘There’s an Art for That’ at the Schuster Gallery

Apr 29 • 273 Views • No Comments on ‘There’s an Art for That’ at the Schuster Gallery

by The Schuster Gallery  has opened its latest exhibit of student art, “There’s an Art for That.” The exhibit, which opened Friday, includes work from students of...


Curtains close on Barrett’s time at Gannon

by “Grand Dame.” That’s what AJ Miceli, Director of the School of Communication and the Arts, calls theatre instructor Paula Barrett....

Apr 29 • 533 Views


Student, alumnus find success in music

by The other day, I got to sit down and chill with one of the most exciting and promising up-and-coming bands in the area. The music that...

Apr 29 • 180 Views


Scores of films brought to life

by In the behemoth business of the film industry, hundreds of sub-departments come together to create the magic of the movies. One of the...

Apr 29 • 97 Views

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Gannon’s athletic director unites its student-athletes and community

May 14 • 371 Views • No Comments on Gannon’s athletic director unites its student-athletes and community

by Student-athletes and others associated with Gannon University are well aware that Lisa Goddard McGuirk serves as director of athletics for the Division II school, but...


Women’s lacrosse head coach resigns

by Gannon University women’s lacrosse head coach Lindsey Lowman announced she has resigned from the position to...

May 9 • 287 Views


Gannon softball heads to NCAA tournament

by The start to every softball season is similar in some ways and different in many others. Every January, the...

May 9 • 288 Views


Golf freshman captures NCAA bid

by Gannon University freshman Matt Barto captured an individual bid to the NCAA Division II Men’s Golf National...

May 9 • 266 Views