Take Back the Night

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Gannon University is asking the community to join its students, faculty and staff in a march to raise awareness of and bring an end to rape and sexual violence. The annual Take Back the Night March and Community Rally will be held Thursday, April 12. Those interested in participating should assemble at Perry Square in […]

Engagement Spotlight: APB

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Hey guys! This semester, I had the opportunity to connect with Dante Stefanelli, a junior accounting major! Dante is the current president of the Activities Planning Board (APB). What is APB? APB is that cool organization that is responsible for the plethora of fun programs that you see on campus. They are the organizers, planners […]

Top tier pro-athlete talent recruited to Gannon athletics

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The athletics office was bombarded with phone calls this past weekend from prospective athletes looking to get a piece of PSAC action here at Gannon. After countless hours of haggling, wheeling and dealing, the team is ready to announce some exciting additions to Gannon’s squad in the fall semester, or even the spring 2016 semester. […]

2015 Gannon Athletics Hall of Fame

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The 2015 Gannon Athletics Hall of Fame induction took place on Saturday, Feb. 14, following a basketball doubleheader against Pitt-Johnstown. This year, eight individuals and one team were inducted, all of which are very excited. Among the inductees this year, there are a few that have stayed around the game they played so religiously while at Gannon. Charles […]

Gannon student-athletes recognized for smarts and skill

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Gannon University’s student-athletes proceed to top many of the charts this week. Not only has the football team seen its best start in recent years, but the volleyball and softball teams are making strides. For starters, junior running back Brock Jones was named as the PSAC Western Division Offensive Player of the Week. In Saturday’s […]

Students discuss the importance of the Olympics

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I should preface this by saying one thing: I am not a sports fan. It’s not because I’m not good at them, or because I hate competition; I’ve sincerely just never gained as much enjoyment from sports as I did music, nor understood the nearly-religious radiance it casts on some people. I certainly have fun […]

Gannon records highest Dixon Trophy finish in school history; Women’s programs best in the PSAC

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Spurred by 17 of its 18 intercollegiate athletics programs participating in the postseason, the Gannon athletics department has recorded its highest Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Dixon Trophy finish since joining the league in 2008-09. The Golden Knights finished eighth out of 16 schools in the final standings released Tuesday afternoon by the conference office. […]

Gannon University adds acrobatics and tumbling program

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Gannon Director of Athletics Mark Richard has announced the addition of Acrobatics and Tumbling to the University’s sports programs and named former University of Oregon All-American Chelsea White as the program’s first head coach. Gannon is expected to begin its first season of competition during the spring of 2014 with an approximate roster of 36-40 student-athletes. […]