Like many college students, I struggle with time management. I feel as though there are a million things on my plate at any given time, and remembering every single task, meeting, assignment and event seems to be a Sisyphean ordeal. I tried writing down things in a planner, but I’d often forget to bring it […]
“One small step for man, and one giant leap for private institutions.” Representatives confirmed Tuesday morning that Gannon University would, in fact, would be the first university to expand a brand new campus on our planet’s moon, commonly referred to as “the Moon.” “As many know, Gannon recently expanded our university to a Florida campus, […]
Oh, you have an essay due tomorrow? Well, I guess now is the perfect time to clean your room. Or maybe you will finally go to the gym or take a nap. Whatever your choice, you have succumbed to the inevitable procrastination of your college career. Even if you are someone who believes your time […]
Daniel Ruth, a 1972 Gannon University alumnus, won the 2013 Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Writing, along with co-worker Tim Nickens. Ruth was announced winner of the Pulitzer Prize and $10,000 on April 15, 2013 for his and Nicken’s work at the Tampa Bay Times in St. Petersburg, Fla. Ruth and Nickens collaborated on research pertaining to fluoridation […]
Sometime over Christmas break, I started receiving Facebook invites to a place called an Erie Movie House. Intrigued, and being a lover of film, I looked forward to coming back to Gannon so I might actually have a chance to make it out to the place. As luck would have it, owner Craig Stadler reached […]
Gannon University is changing the future of the schooling. For 90 years, the Golden Knight has been the mascot of the university, but a press conference this morning revealed that the graceful yet endangered Gray Manatee will now uphold the image of Gannon. A small committee that had been deliberating on the matter for the […]
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 Tuesday at the Hirt Auditorium to answer questions about what […]
A question is proposed – mainly to the upperclassmen – if they should live in Gannon University-owned apartments or not. Denise Bakerink, director of Student Living, said she has a few ideas for why students may choose to seek lodgings off-campus. “My guess is the cost, but I’m not sure that’s the reality of this […]
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In part 2 of a series of photos, Zak Westfall highlights the beauty that can be found in Erie’s winters.