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Ruskin campus flourishes

Sep 30 • 146 Views • No Comments on Ruskin campus flourishes

by Gannon University’s campus in Ruskin, Fla., has been thriving as the inaugural class continues with its education and begins classes on campus. Last October, Gannon...

ITS Desk

Antivirus change; no more Sophos

by Gannon University students, faculty and staff no longer have to install Sophos antivirus endpoint protection on their personal devices...

Sep 30 • 185 Views

Radiology Simulator

Radiology program to celebrate 40th anniversary

by Gannon University’s radiologic sciences department will celebrate its 40-year anniversary with the gradation of its 2016 class. While...

Sep 30 • 383 Views

Men’s soccer falls short to Lock Haven

by The Gannon University Golden Knights men’s soccer team fell short to Lock Haven University Saturday by a score of 2-1. The loss gives...

Sep 23 • 270 Views

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Students travel to Philadelphia, join papal audience

Sep 30 • 84 Views • No Comments on Students travel to Philadelphia, join papal audience

by Members of the Erie Diocese, including seven students from Gannon University, were among those to attend a Mass at St. John the Evangelist Church, hear Pope Francis...

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Students attend Mass said by Pope Francis

by Lay people and religious kept busy with prayer, confession opportunities, visiting vendors and meeting each other on...

Sep 30 • 78 Views

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ALUMKNIGHTS: Events carry on for Homecoming

by It’s hard to believe that fall is here and Gannon’s Homecoming festivities are just a few days away. It’s an...

Sep 30 • 78 Views


Support group welcomes new members

by Anne O’Neill, an instructor of the School of Communication and the Arts and the director of the advertising...

Sep 30 • 72 Views


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APO 2014 Homecoming

Homecoming Parade celebrates student creativity

Sep 30 • 127 Views • No Comments on Homecoming Parade celebrates student creativity

by While baseball is often considered “America’s Pastime,” football quickly stepped up to the plate to become the most popular sport in the United States,...

Stage Fright

Schuster Theatre embraces student-run production

by First celebrated in the United States in the 1920s to the 1930s, Halloween was a community-centered holiday that was commemorated with...

Sep 30 • 88 Views


WERG participates in national event

by College radio is one of the few mediums that allows those who are passionate about the craft to receive hands-on experience and have a...

Sep 30 • 105 Views


Lip-sync battle organized by Finegan staff

by The Knight Club hosted the beautiful, melodic voices of young freshmen Thursday, but they weren’t the ones singing. Finegan Hall...

Sep 30 • 67 Views

Sports Sports

Men’s soccer looks to rebound after tough loss

Sep 30 • 94 Views • No Comments on Men’s soccer looks to rebound after tough loss

by   The Gannon University Golden Knights men’s soccer team came up short Saturday against visiting Millersville University, 5-0, at McConnell Family Stadium. The...

Women’s soccer remains perfect

by Gannon University women’s soccer coach Colin Petersen said experience counts when it comes to success on the...

Sep 30 • 88 Views

Volleyball eyes big weekend

by The Gannon University volleyball team split its two PSAC-opening matches Friday and won both Saturday to improve its...

Sep 30 • 59 Views

Week one in the PSAC sets up for wild season

by It was a wild week of PSAC football, especially in the West Division. Saturday marked the start of conference play...

Sep 30 • 111 Views