Posts Tagged ‘Connor Sondel’

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    Connor’s Corner

    Apr 30, 14 • 960 Views • Connor's Corner, OpinionNo Comments

    by As another year draws to a close, college students are left to ponder how much they learned throughout the past two semesters. Many will be left feeling like they should have accomplished more – and in many cases you most likely could have – but I urge...

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    Softball splits contests with Edinboro

    Apr 9, 14 • 1335 Views • Softball, SportsNo Comments

    by The Gannon University softball team didn’t need all seven innings to take down Edinboro University of Pennsylvania in Sunday’s second matchup of its doubleheader with a 9-1 mercy ruling in the sixth. The Knights’ dominating performance came on the...

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    Connor’s Corner

    Apr 9, 14 • 1069 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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    Lombardoni lifts Knights past Ship

    Apr 9, 14 • 912 Views • Lacrosse, Sports, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by Senior midfielder Stevie Lombardoni’s goals bookended the Gannon University lacrosse team’s 12-11 victory over Shippensburg University Sunday at Gannon University field. Lombardoni was able to set the tone for the game when she netted the first goal,...

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    Blazek piles up postseason awards

    Apr 2, 14 • 1029 Views • Men's Basketball, SportsNo Comments

    by Gannon University’s starting point guard is compiling notable postseason awards following a strong junior season campaign to the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division II Atlantic Regional semifinal contest. Adam Blazek, the Erie native, was...

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    Connor’s Corner

    Apr 2, 14 • 985 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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    Gannon stomped by Slippery Rock

    Apr 2, 14 • 825 Views • Lacrosse, SportsNo Comments

    by The Gannon University lacrosse team was defeated by Slippery Rock University 18-7 Tuesday evening in Slippery Rock, Pa. The Knights were led by freshman midfielder Ashley Mozingo and senior midfielder Kimberly Neagle with two goals each, but that was no...

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    GUST club swirls with possibilities

    Mar 26, 14 • 1087 Views • SportsNo Comments

    by The Gannon University sailing team is in search of potential male and female students who love to be on the water and would like to be a part of the building process of a new club sporting program. AJ Miceli, the Gannon sailing team adviser, said this new...

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    Connor’s Corner

    Mar 26, 14 • 334 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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    University battles poor campus safety ratings

    Mar 26, 14 • 1044 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Safety is often one of the most important factors parents weigh while determining how comfortable they are with sending their child to a potential university. Jeffrey Bloodworth, Ph.D., and the director of Gannon University’s history department, said...