The scaredy-cat’s haunted house survival guide

Halloween is just around the corner, and with that comes an inevitable and unnecessary evil: haunted houses. If you’re anything like me, well, you’re a coward – and that’s okay! Who wants More »

Looking back and moving forward

Moving forward is good. In sports, you want to move the ball/puck/whatever forward. In dance, you almost always face the audience. Even in things like math, you start at one point in More »

Totem brings home a win yet again

Totem has been an accomplished, award-winning publication since 1996. 2014 will be a year to continue the tradition with the winning of two prestigious awards from the American Scholastic Press Association (ASPA). More »

5 Things You Probably Didn’t Know about Gannon’s Freshwater and Marine Biology Program

1. It’s the only program of its kind in the area. You’d think that an area right along one of the great lakes would be swimming with these programs. (Horrible joke. I’m More »

PLAYLIST: Stay inspired while studying

Like it or not, an important part of college is studying. Actually, it’s THE most important part — that’s the whole reason you’re here. But studying can be tedious and, let’s face More »

 
  • Life at Gannon

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      Last week in photos

      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 Read More »
    • family weekend

      Family Weekend 2014

      Uncover the Treasures of Gannon University Take advantage of this opportunity to visit loved ones following the start of the school year. Families are invited to participate Read More »
  • Faith & Service

    • Gamma Sigma Sigma

      Unity in service

      What does it mean to be a Greek? To many, the term “Greek life” seems to be a synonym for wild antics, but that’s far from Read More »
    • GIVE Day 2014

      GIVE Day 2014

      Once again, Gannon students have happily donated a portion of their weekend to the greater good. This year, GIVE day saw 58 of the university’s clubs and organizations Read More »