There are no NCAA scholarships. They play for love of the game. They are the students who compete for the Gannon University club hockey team. The team started its season on a promising note, with two victories against Wheeling Jesuit on Sept. 29 and Oct. 5. The Knights won 13-1 and 9-7. The Gannon club […]
This article by Hiba Almasari originally published in The Gannon Knight on Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2012. As the university’s provost and vice president of academic affairs, Andrew Novobilski, Ph.D., is the No. 2 person in the university’s chain of command. However, for Novobilski, learning is an ongoing process, regardless of which side of the desk he’s sitting on. […]
Excerpt from Gannon Magazine, Summer 2012, by John Chacona Ashley Dolnack is tall and has a fearlessly outgoing personality, a forceful speaking voice and a talent for using it while walking backwards. This is an unusual skill set, to be sure, but it’s perfectly suited for the task at hand. On a hot Father’s Day Sunday […]
More than a thousand students participated in the 15th annual GIVE Day on Sept. 15. Here are 5 things the Edge editorial board saw on GIVE Day.
Gannon University students have come to know Dr. Keith Taylor as Gannon’s seventh president and from volunteering alongside him on GIVE (Gannon’s Invitation to Volunteer Everywhere) Day and the University’s international service trips. They now will know him in a new capacity: professor. Taylor is teaching a course, “Life in Balance – A Global View,” in the […]
Gannon’s newest students officially were welcomed into the University Community during the 25th annual New Student Convocation, held Saturday, Aug. 18 in Hammermill Center. Convocation is an academic ceremony as well as an important milestone for the new students as they make the transition to college life. “Embracing Global Awareness” was the theme of the […]
Resting on the corner of Peach and West Sixth Street, Old Main has been a pillar of downtown Erie and Gannon University for decades. Bishop John Mark Gannon purchased old Main, known then as the Strong Mansion, in 1941 to serve as the center for the recently founded college. The home was originally meant for […]
March has arrived and we’re ready for spring. Here’s what’s happening this month @GU: [youtube_sc url=”http://youtu.be/MUYbtC1s6sk”]
If you sit in the library the Sunday right before finals week, you can hear a symphony of sounds: pencils scratching, pages turning, keys clicking and stomachs rumbling. Wait, stomachs rumbling? How are students supposed to study when all they can think about is food? Have no fear, Gannon students! The administration has risen to […]
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.