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Monday, November 23: 12:05 p.m. – Daily mass in the small chapel at Mary Seat of Wisdom. Tuesday, November 24: 8:00 a.m. – Daily mass in the small chapel at Mary Seat of Wisdom. 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. – Pie for All! Stop into Waldron to purchase slices of pie for $1 and whole […]

Dorm Friendsgiving

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Nothing brings friends together like food. Especially college friends.  Eating is like half of what we do as college students. Thanksgiving is the perfect time to gather roommates and or friends to enjoy the wonders of food. What i’m saying is that you should consider having a Friendsgiving.   Let me be clear though. This is […]

Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week inspires giving

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As Thanksgiving approaches, it’s more important than ever to think of those who don’t have the same privileges that we do. For this reason, the Center for Social Concerns sponsored Gannon’s annual Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week. On Sunday, the Knight Club hosted a T-shirt swap. Attendees were able to swap their T-shirts with someone […]

VIDEO: I am thankful for…

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During this time of year, it’s important to reflect on our good fortune and recognize what matters most – friends, family, pumpkin pie and, of course, Batman. We asked some members of the Gannon community what they were thankful for and would like to share their responses with all of you. Happy Thanksgiving, Knights!

A definitive ranking of classic Thanksgiving food

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Thanksgiving is one of the best holidays – an entire day devoted to parades, football games, dog shows and, most importantly, FOOD. I know that gathering around the table for Thanksgiving dinner can be overwhelming when there’s a feast in front of you. How can you possibly decide what to eat? Don’t worry, friends, as […]

Freshies, it’s cold outside!

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Well, despite every lecture about college I have ever heard in my life, I never really understood how fast it would go by. I keep thinking, “How is it the end of the first semester?” Maybe it’s because it is freshman year, and we are all still getting used to it and all that jazz, […]

Gannon to open doors to community on Thanksgiving day

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Gannon University again will serve as the host for the annual Thanksgiving Dinner offered by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Northwestern Pennsylvania. The dinner will be served from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Thanksgiving Day in Gannon’s Beyer Hall cafeteria, 628 Peach St. The dinner is free and open to the public; reservations are […]

Trampled by the season

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The word(s): The (real) most wonderful time of the year November is my favorite month. For me, November means comfort food – mashed potatoes and gravy, apple pie, peppermint hot chocolate. It means fleece jackets and fuzzy toe socks and electric blankets. And with the biting chill of winter, November brings television sweeps, during which […]

Big City Helps Change Big Plans

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This truly has been one of my favorite semesters at Gannon thus far. It really flew by and I have learned so much. I have learned a tremendous amount of information not only in my classes but about myself. I feel I have grown as a student and as a person this semester, getting ready […]

CLICK-WORTHY: Hungry for the Holidays

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With the holiday season right around the corner, Gannon has fostered the spirit of giving within the community and also begun preparations for one of the largest basketball tournaments in the area. Read the latest Gannon buzz in these links from local media. – While most people were gathered with their families and friends on […]