Kendra Walker was recently elected as the new president of Gannon’s Student Government Association. The sophomore accounting and finance major currently serves on SGA as the vice president of finance. This week, I sat down with her to find out more about her plans, the campaign process and some little-known fun facts about our new […]
Outgoing SGA president reflects on term
Ange Coustillac wouldn’t boast about her accomplishments or her legacy. Instead she will leave her decisions and actions as Gannon University’s 2012-13 Student Government Association president speak for themselves. “It’s not up to me to say, ‘I did this and I did that,’” Coustillac said. “If the students think I did a good job in […]
Gannon signs historic agreement with American University of Madaba
Keith Taylor, Ph.D., president of Gannon University, returned to Jordan yet again this year to formalize Gannon’s partnership in a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with American University of Madaba (AUM), located in Madaba, Jordan. AUM is the first non-profit university in Jordan and a first Catholic, American university in the region. The university’s cornerstone was blessed by […]
1,000 Words: Presidential Christmas Decor
In the weeks following Thanksgiving Break, Gannon transforms from college campus to winter wonderland. Trees, wreaths and lights decorate the campus from top to bottom, accompanying the snow that comes with the winter weather. And there may be nowhere on campus more beautifully decorated than Old Main, one of Gannon’s landmark buildings and home to […]
[VIDEO] Hail to the Chief: Gannon Welcomes New President
Gannon University’s seventh president, Dr. Keith Taylor, was officially inaugurated last month. Here’s a recap in 60 seconds. We’ve got more news in 60 seconds right here.
VIDEO: A Fireside Chat w/ Gannon’s President
Dr. Keith Taylor, Gannon University’s newest president, would not want to work anywhere else. For being so high in our administration, you will be surprised to find how down to Earth he can be. We’ve got a whole campus full of people who believe in the possibilities.
Click Thru GU: Old Main
This is a place that most students don’t visit on a regular basis (though work studies in Old Main would beg to differ). Though you may not frequent this historic building, it’s still good to know that this is where the president, provost, vice president of finance and the offices of University Advancement can be […]