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State-of-the-art biomedical engineering program leads to prestigious accreditation

Oct 7 • 96 Views • No Comments on State-of-the-art biomedical engineering program leads to prestigious accreditation

by Gannon University’s cutting-edge biomedical engineering program was recently granted accreditation by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of the American...

Grad Fair

Annual Graduate Fair offers endless possibilities

by Gannon University’s Graduate and Professional School Fair hosted 51 graduate schools and programs Tuesday in the Yehl Ballroom,...

Oct 7 • 133 Views

Alumni Dinner

Gannon honors alumni during annual Homecoming weekend

by During Gannon University’s annual Homecoming and Alumni weekend, Alumni Services held the prestigious Alumni Association Distinguished...

Oct 7 • 103 Views


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...

Sep 30 • 262 Views

Features Features

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When in Rome: Student braves crowd at Oktoberfest

Oct 7 • 108 Views • No Comments on When in Rome: Student braves crowd at Oktoberfest

by The moment that I realized I would be in Europe when the real German Oktoberfest was going on, I knew I had to go. The possibility was real because there were trips...


Talk teaches tricks against workplace bias, gender typing

by Gannon University students and faculty sipped tea and discussed gender stereotypes as part of the Women’s Tea...

Oct 7 • 62 Views

Senior nutrition and human performance majors (from left): Danielle King, Alex Benacci, Rachael Sy and Carly Bone are training as volunteers for the fall Special Olympics Oct. 23.

Senior nutrition students to volunteer for SOPA

by Four Gannon University students in the nutrition and human performance program will be volunteering in the fall...

Oct 7 • 119 Views

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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...

Sep 30 • 149 Views


Arts & Leisure Arts & Leisure

Motion City Soundtrack

Geek-rock sound brought to new album

Oct 7 • 90 Views • No Comments on Geek-rock sound brought to new album

by Formed in 1997, Minnesota pop punk veterans Motion City Soundtrack are still going strong with the release of their sixth studio album, “Panic Stations.” “Panic...


PACA revitalizes iconic show for Halloween

by Leading up to its Halloween Bash on Oct. 31, Performing Artists Collective Alliance, better known as PACA, will be revitalizing the...

Oct 7 • 64 Views


APB dazzles with Hollywood theme

by Oct. 3 became a night for Gannon University students to mark in their memories. A night to spend with friends, dress in dazzling dresses...

Oct 7 • 58 Views

APO 2014 Homecoming

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...

Sep 30 • 176 Views

Sports Sports


Knights receive gut check in loss

Oct 7 • 109 Views • No Comments on Knights receive gut check in loss

by When it rains, it pours and the Golden Knights are on a slippery slope to the bottom of the PSAC West football standings. Only one game into the PSAC schedule, Gannon...

Gannon beats SU, stays in playoff hunt

by The Gannon University Golden Knights men’s soccer team struck gold on the road Saturday night and sunk the...

Oct 7 • 57 Views


Women’s soccer ranked No. 1 in nation

by For the first time in program history the Gannon University women’s soccer team is ranked No. 1 in the nation....

Oct 6 • 141 Views


Slippery Rock washes away Gannon

by It might have been Gannon University’s Homecoming football game at McConnell Family Stadium Saturday, but Slippery...

Oct 4 • 157 Views