‘Connor’s Corner’

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    Connor’s Corner

    Apr 9, 14 • 230 Views • Connor's Corner, OpinionNo Comments

    by A recent spontaneous trip to our nation’s capital completely changed my outlook on fraternities and sororities. Many non-Greek students would argue that people join these organizations to assure themselves that they will have a place to drink and...

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    Apr 2, 14 • 209 Views • Connor's Corner, Opinion, SportsNo Comments

    by While growing up playing hockey in Buffalo, N.Y., I grew to love the sport and the hometown favorite Buffalo Sabres. Attending the struggling team’s games in HSBC Arena was relatively inexpensive and allowed me to get a view of the best athletes in the...

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    Mar 26, 14 • 188 Views • Connor's Corner, OpinionNo Comments

    by College is a time for individuals to hone in on their ability to manage time effectively, but some Gannon University students prefer to complete assignments later than others. The tranquility of the night offers some a distraction-free studying experience,...

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    Mar 12, 14 • 140 Views • Connor's Corner, Opinion, Sports, WrestlingNo Comments

    by An honor of a lifetime will be awarded Thursday in Cleveland to a Gannon University coach who completely transformed a lifeless program into a perennial wrestling contender. Don Henry, the wrestling coach, intramural director and Carneval Athletic Pavilion...

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    Feb 26, 14 • 142 Views • Connor's Corner, OpinionNo Comments

    by F lorida seems to be the consensus choice as a destination to beat the snow and cold while gearing up for upcoming Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference matchups for Gannon spring sports teams. The University of Tampa baseball team has the luxury to play...

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    Feb 19, 14 • 218 Views • Connor's Corner, Hockey, Opinion, SportsNo Comments

    by The United States men’s hockey team will return home from Sochi, Russia, with more than good memories. The Americans will capture the gold and etch 2014 in men’s U.S. hockey history. Russia, Canada and Sweden were favorites coming into the Olympic...

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    Feb 12, 14 • 166 Views • Connor's Corner, SportsNo Comments

    by Supportive fans gathered Friday night to fill the seats of the Erie Insurance Arena to celebrate the life of Abbie Brynda and to cheer on the Gannon University club ice hockey team. I am a junior left-winger on the hockey team, and can tell you firsthand...

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    Feb 5, 14 • 159 Views • Connor's Corner, Opinion, SportsNo Comments

    by Gannon University graduate football player has a chance to become the first Knight ever to compete at the highest level in his sport – the National Football League. Randy Colling, a Gannon football alumnus, was signed to a futures contract by the Buffalo...

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    Jan 29, 14 • 227 Views • Connor's Corner, Opinion, SportsNo Comments

    by Football is the most popular sport in the United States. Cork Gaines, a sports writer for Business Insider, illustrates that fact by pointing out that among the top-50 rated televised sporting events in 2013, 92 percent were National Football League games....

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    Jan 22, 14 • 329 Views • Connor's Corner, Opinion, SportsNo Comments

    by It is a common occurrence for individuals who work out regularly to dread the wave of people making short-lived New Year’s resolutions to invade their space at the gym, but reconstruction of the Carneval Athletic Pavilion has done a fairly decent job...