Author archives: knightadmin

  • nightcrawler

    ‘Nightcrawler’ sneaks into box office

    Nov 19, 14 • 252 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by I hadn’t heard of “Nightcrawler” until only a couple of weeks before it was released. It’s probably because I don’t have cable, but that’s neither here nor there. As soon as I saw the trailer, however, I was immediately interested in Jake...

  • Knight-Vision

    EUP shooting questions safety

    Nov 19, 14 • 233 Views • Knight VisionNo Comments

    by Monday night, a local university made national news when when a former Edinboro University of Pennsylvania student was shot off of the university’s campus. A current Edinboro student, Trey D. Gunter, has been charged with accounts of criminal homide and...

  • NCAADII

    GU men drop first two games

    Nov 19, 14 • 204 Views • Men's Basketball, SportsNo Comments

    by The Gannon University men’s basketball team walked out of Glenville State University’s new Waco Center Saturday night knowing it had left a few points on the floor to a very good team for the second night in a row. Gannon traveled to West Virginia last...

  • Brianna

    Millenials are today’s corporate counterculture

    Nov 19, 14 • 277 Views • Brianna WoodsNo Comments

    by There have been a lot of comparisons lately of the millennial generation to the hippie generation. Some of these comparisons are spot on and others are a stretch in terms of similarity. First of all it’s important to know that the millennial generation...

  • Mike

    Food hacks improve

    Nov 19, 14 • 245 Views • Mike FujitoNo Comments

    by During my freshman year of college, I noticed something about my cafeteria eating habits. I had a tendency to eat the same foods over and over again. I would always go to the deli or grill station. I would occasionally go to the main center, but I have a...

  • art-museum-1

    Local architect designs each era

    Nov 19, 14 • 244 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by When we look at the markers of an era, we usually classify it in two spectrums: the arts and politics. For instance, if we look at the 1920s, we tend to think of flappers and ragtime music along with it being the era of Prohibition and the rise of...

  • Some students take the simpler route with recipes like grilled cheese.

    Cooking made easy: recipes for students

    Nov 19, 14 • 258 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by It’s a Tuesday evening.  You finish your workday, come home and realize you don’t have any food in the house.  As you are on your way to the grocery store, you begin to think about what you are hungry for.  With time being at your disposal this...

  • Arch Close Up

    Gannon jumpin’ on the bandwagon

    Nov 19, 14 • 200 Views • News, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by The Gannon University cashier’s office has made the decision to switch to a completely paperless billing method, which will begin next semester. This means that students will no longer receive a statement of their bill in the mail. Instead, they will be...

  • St. Albert the Great

    Great Lakes are at environmental risk

    Nov 19, 14 • 283 Views • News, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by The philosophy and theology department at Gannon University held a lecture Monday that raised concerns about the environmental threats to the Great Lakes. Kelly Grant, Ph.D., an assistant professor of biology, led the lecture titled, “St. Albert the...

  • Becky

    Editor grateful for the ‘unseen’ sacrifices

    Nov 19, 14 • 182 Views • Becky HilkerNo Comments

    by Writing this article really made me take a minute to think about how lucky I actually am to be able to write this article and have it published in a newspaper. Veterans Day was just eight days ago and I wonder how many people took the time to consider all...