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 […]
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 […]
Valentine’s Day. A day for love, laughter, little heart shaped chocolates, and elections. That’s right. This year on Gannon University’s campus Valentine’s day is a day to be celebrated by all students regardless of their relationship status. The Student Government Association (SGA) will be hosting their presidential elections through EngageU this holiday season. In honor […]
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By Leah Johnson, junior social work major Gannon University has been described as a campus where it is easy to get involved. With the abundance of student-run clubs and organizations, there really is something for everyone. If you don’t see an opportunity for one of your interests, students have the opportunity to create their own group. Considering this, one of […]
Cast your vote on EngageU from March 23 – March 25 at 11:59 p.m.
The SGA Presidential debate was held March 19 in Waldron 219. Candidate Zachery Wolf and write-in candidate Michael Haas took turns addressing the issues faced by the presidential position and explained their respective campaign platforms. Watch the debate below. The candidates responses have not been edited and are presented in full. The SGA election is March […]
Often, we credit universities for being an area for students to succeed. We see it every day: students being recognized for their accomplishments, faculty being given plaudits for achieving great success in their field, etc. But we forget that universities, and the educational system itself, are based on the idea of failing safely. Unlike any […]
With the hectic schedule of a college student, it’s easy to miss out on a lot of the activities going on around campus. Each week, Gannon provides fun and educational opportunities to its students, from open discussions on controversial topics to pep rallies for homecoming. The Organization of Women Leaders hosts a discussion on feminism […]
If you attended Gannon’s activities fair during Preview GU, chances are you encountered a variety of campus organizations. You also may have seen representatives from the Student Government Association flitting about and talking to members of each organization. These SGA members were holding a contest regarding the creativity of each club’s display table, and the […]