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    Students chow down on Mid-Knight pancakes

    Dec 10 • 234 Views • No Comments

    by Gannon University’s President Keith Taylor, Ph.D., is inviting all students to attend the fall semester’s Mid-Knight pancake breakfast from 9:30 p.m. until midnight Sunday in Gannon’s cafeteria. The Mid-Knight pancake breakfast takes place every...

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    Lake Erie: National Marine Sanctuary?

    Dec 10 • 286 Views • No Comments

    by For many area residents and tourists, Lake Erie is a popular destination for swimming, boating or just a day at the beach.  Erie now has the chance to apply to make its piece of the lake a National Marine Sanctuary. An informational meeting was held...

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    Fall graduates get ready to walk

    Dec 10 • 208 Views • No Comments

    by Members of the Gannon University December 2014 graduating class will receive their diplomas at 2 p.m Sunday during the commencement ceremony at the Hammermill Center. Gannon will have a total of 196 students receiving degrees and 233 degrees  will be...

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    Robberies on campus put Gannon students on edge

    Dec 3 • 448 Views • No Comments

    by The intersection at West Fifth and Sassafras streets has been the scene of two separate robberies within the last three weeks, the first occurring Nov. 20, and the most recent occurring Monday. As a result, Gannon University officials released a Gannon...

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    Pesky mold and mildew invades Nash no more

    Dec 3 • 311 Views • No Comments

    by The Gannon University’s Nash Library has officially concluded a five-week maintenance program to remove mold that had previously been identified to cover between 25,000 and 30,000 books that help to make up its extensive collection. The library is now...

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Pancakes

Students chow down on Mid-Knight pancakes

Dec 10 • 234 Views • No Comments

by Gannon University’s President Keith Taylor, Ph.D., is inviting all students to attend the fall semester’s Mid-Knight pancake breakfast from 9:30 p.m. until...

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Lake Erie: National Marine Sanctuary?

by For many area residents and tourists, Lake Erie is a popular destination for swimming, boating or just a day at the beach.  Erie now...

Dec 10 • 286 Views

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Fall graduates get ready to walk

by Members of the Gannon University December 2014 graduating class will receive their diplomas at 2 p.m Sunday during the commencement...

Dec 10 • 208 Views

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Editor decides to change study habits at some point

by Procrastination merges itself into every student’s life at least once in their academic career. We embrace it, joke about it and...

Dec 3 • 387 Views

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Hospital personnel train to work with Ebola patients.

U.S. fights Ebola with aid funding, training

Dec 10 • 270 Views • No Comments

by It has almost been two months since Nina Pham, the second nurse who contracted the Ebola virus after treating Thomas Duncan, was  released from the clutches of the...

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Alumni start nonprofit

by Opened Eyes is a new, nonprofit organization that was created by two Gannon University alumni earlier this year....

Dec 10 • 210 Views

The flier for the S.A.V.E. team's final celebration of the semester.

S.A.V.E. team plans Christmas party

by Gannon University’s Students Against Violence Everywhere (S.A.V.E.)  Team is going to “deck the Rec”...

Dec 10 • 213 Views

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Get ready for finals week the right way

by It’s that time of year again: Finals time. It is said that 99 percent of the stress of a semester takes place...

Dec 10 • 167 Views

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Despite challenges, choir has holiday spirit

Dec 10 • 215 Views • No Comments

by Walking down the decorated halls and walk ways of Gannon University`s festive campus, it’s not difficult to get in the holiday spirit. Gannon is providing much...

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Christmas as told by Vivaldi and Schubert

by The Erie Chamber Orchestra at Gannon University prides itself in holding a full season of free concerts, which are open to the public....

Dec 10 • 169 Views

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‘Sleigh Ride’ comes to campus

by It’s that time of year again. Christmas music is playing on almost every radio station, shoppers are getting the rest of their...

Dec 10 • 302 Views

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‘Striking 12’ proves a must-see show

by I came to the technical rehearsal of “Striking 12” last Tuesday expecting to see the usual: decent music, decent singing and decent...

Dec 10 • 208 Views

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Men bounce back with pair of wins

Dec 10 • 227 Views • No Comments

by The Gannon University men’s basketball team bounced back last week with back-to-back wins after dropping consecutive home games in the Gary Miller Classic. The...

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Knights dominate at home before falling to IUP

by The Gannon University women’s basketball team beat Clarion 72-45 Wednesday, but defensive woes caused the Knights...

Dec 10 • 153 Views

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Editor selects Super Bowl dream team

by Every National Football League team’s hierarchy looks forward to its chance to build a Super Bowl-bound squad each...

Dec 10 • 295 Views

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Budd leads in PSAC championship

by The Gannon University wrestling team competed in the Pennsylvania Scholastic Athletic Conference (PSAC)...

Dec 10 • 138 Views