The Catholic observance of the Lenten season is one marked by the themes of sacrifice and absolution for sins. Those who actively practice Catholicism tend to mark their commitment to this 40-day period by giving up something or adding some sort of service activity to their daily lives. This extra challenge helps students focus on […]
As both a Christian and a senior, Easter and graduation have particular meaning and it’s truly unbelievable how quickly these momentous occasions have crept up on me. They have led me to reflect on my life as a Christian and the past four years of college. Easter has always been and continues to be a […]
Students have gone home for Easter Break, but when they’re on campus, many students attend services at the Mary, Seat of Wisdom Chapel, pictured here earlier in the year.
Erika Krenn talks about what Gannon students will be up to between breaks. [youtube_sc url=”http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AYL81KdIbRg&feature=youtu.be”]
With only five days until Easter break and four weeks until graduation, our editors are beginning their countdowns. Well, some of them. April Shernisky, copy editor: Nine days till grandma’s mashed potatoes!