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THE LANCE 



volume 49 



GANNON UNIVERSITY 

109 university square 

erie, Pennsylvania 16541 

www.gannon.edu 

toll free: 1-800-GANNON-U 

student population: 3,815 



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comparison to other 

campuses, since it is 

located within the City 

of Erie and has adapted 

already existing 

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OPENING 

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STUDENT LIFE 

vibrant identity 




entertainment / food 




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Anthony Firetto enjoys 

the springtime weather on 

Friendship Green. 



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[IN THE KITCHEN WITH METZ] 

^The annual cook-off cor r _^^ m 
was an experiment in fine dininj 

THE EVENT: Iron Chef" Metz Dining Style 

THE CHEFS: Using a wide array of surprise ingredients, Kyle Goldcamp and Tyler 

Stoczynski create a main plate, side dish, and dessert for the judges. While 

not in the kitchen, these young men can be found shooting hoops in the 

Hammermill Center. 

THE PURPOSE: Everyone loves to watch cooking competitions on the Food 

Network, so why not attract a crowd of food-lovers locally? In addition to its 

all-you-can-eat buffet, the Beyer Cafeteria serves up entertainment through 

events, such as the Iron Chef Cooking Competition. 



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STUDENT LIFE .2008 




On April 1 1, 2008 the Delta Chi fraternity 
members invited the entire campus to an 
acoustic listening session on Friendship Green 
featuring Practically Single. 

According to their myspace account, "the 
five-piece Pop/Punk band from Clarion, PA 



practically 
single debuts 



has developed their style over the years with 
influences by Fall Out Boy, Cartel, Panic At The 
Disco, The Used, and Boys Like Girls" 

The small town band entertained a following of 
students in hopes of winning a vote to open for 
One Republic at an APB sponsored concert. 



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HOW-TO 

CELEBRATE 

LAS VEGAS 

STYLE 



O Visit thrift stores for a 
flashy ensemble © Practice 
dealing cards until you look 
like a pro © Grab a friend 
and dance to "Crank That 
(Soulja Boy)" © Work on your 
Elvis impersonation in front 
of the mirror © Catch some 
candy from Molly O'Flanagan 
and D.J. Givner (see right) at 
the Homecoming Parade 



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Homecoming Parade 



Elvis Presley 

The resurrected 
King of Rock-n- 
Roll made an 
appearance on 
several of the 
homecoming 
floats. Elvis 
wowed the 
crowds with his 
amazing dance 
moves and set 
the tone for an 
exciting day. 



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of events at 
homecoming! 




It was a rainy Saturday morning but few people noticed od 
students, faculty, staff, and alumni watched the homecoming festivities 
unfold on Sixth Street. Gannon University truly "rolled into Las Vegas" the 
week of October 20 beginning with a pep rally on October 17 which more 
than 400 students attended. Saturday began with the traditional parade in 
front of Old Main and a tailgate party held at the Health Center. 

Although the Gannon Knights fell to the University of Findlay with a score of 
40 to 14, students managed to keep their spirits high during the homecoming 
dance, held at the new Erie Bayfront Convention Center. Over 1,000 students 
danced the night away; seniors Amber Nixon and Nathan Kottner, of Sigma 
Sigma Sigma and Pi Kappa Alpha respectively, were crowned king and 
queen at midnight. 




Bright colors and wide grins 
abounded throughout the 
various events sponsored by 
the Activities Programming 
Board. 



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DECORATE A 

DORM ROOM 

FOR < $50 

Select a theme or color 
palette Learn to paint at 
APB art night with Karen Bellini 
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bargain barns Hang 
photos from the ceiling with 
string Make crafts out 
of tissue paper Recycle 
household products, such 
as magazines, to make wall 




decorations 








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STUDENT LIFE 



• aliaha tucker creates .i sculpture in the 

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tatyana bovkun, kathleen gausmann, • an international student plays pool 
and sarah doyan al the commuter lite in die name room 

etiquette dinner 



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Bocce Ball 

Waldron Weekends 
sponsored a 
Glow-in-the- 
Dark Bocce Ball 
tournament 
on April 25. 
Seniors, Grace 
Kretschmann 
and Kim Varela 
competed 
against two other 
teams to win 
movie passes. 



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draws a crowd 
of eager earsfc 

Finding something to do on the weekends can be a challe^^r forj^py 
students. For those not lucky enough to have a car on campus, options 
within walking distance can seem dismal. Luckily, the Activities Programming 
Board organizes many different activities to keep students entertained. 

One of their many outings included a trip to Chicago to see the Broadway 
musical Wicked. This Spring, a bus load of students made the eight hour long 
trek to Chicago to see the Tony award winning show that is written as a 
prelude to the The Wizard of Oz. The two hour long performance, featuring 
dazzling lights and powerhouse vocals, follows the lives of Elphaba and 
Glinda, two roommates at Shiz University who are polar opposites. 

At forty dollars a ticket this event was a great opportunity to get away 
from campus and enjoy the fine arts in the Windy City. 



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of 306 West Sixth St. and 
Harborview Apartments, 
students can choose one 
of several different housing 
arrangements 



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catholic Identity 



Roommates Peyton 

Koenig and Mallory 

Croston share food and 

fellowship at the Annual 

Kirk House Cookout. 





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[CATHOLIC HOUSE COMMUNITY] 

^Intentional community livin 
involves both work and 

LOCATION: 306 W. Sixth Street Erie, PA 

THE SCENE: The Offices of Student Living and Campus Ministry have joined 

together to purchase a home for a Catholic living-learning community. The 

nine members residing in the house follow the five pillars of service, community, 

chastity, study, and prayer, while hosting fun events like a Fall Open House, 

movie nights, and a Christmas party. 

WHY STUDENTS LOVE IT: Having the opportunity to pray with the other people 

in the house has helped me deepen my faith and taught me many new ways 

to pray. It provides a new perspective on my relationship with God and is very 

refreshing - Jackie Oesmann 



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Mary Seat of Wisdom Chapel provides a 
home-away-from-home for those individuals 
interested in deeping in their faith. 

Finding our roots in the Judeo-Christian 
Tradition, our University community finds life in 
the readings and Eucharist shared at daily and 
Sunday liturgies. 



opening the 
scriptures 



Under the direction of Deacon Steve Washek 
and Fr. George Strohmeyer, minor renovations 
helped to move the tabernacle to a new, more 
prominant location, which works for both the 
small daily chapel and the main Mary Seat of 
Wisdom Chapel. The tabernacle serves as a 
physical reminder of our foundation in Christ. 



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service projects 



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© Participate in a highway 
cleanup © Spend an 
afternoon building houses 
with Habitat for Humanity 
© Volunteer at a local food 
pantry or soup kitchen © 
Make new friends by visiting 
a nursing home © Act as 
a tutor for an after school 
program © Rake leaves or 
shovel snow for a neighbor 






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• give il.iv participant! wash walli at the 
hitpanit american council 



• .il^h.i simpson removes painters' tape • mallory croston helps prepare ■ 
frdm .1 window mexican -.nlc meal 



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Campus Ministy 
graduate assistants 
Matthew Durney 
and Adam Anderson 
led a group of 
ten students 
into the heart of 
Appalachia for a 
summer service 
trip. While on the 
"farm" they helped 
clean and build 
homes. 



trips sprout 
reflections! 



More than 28 Gannon students skipped the traditional spring break 
beaches to devote the week of March 1 -9 to community service and 
volunteerism. Service trip destinations included South Dakota, New Orleans, 
La., New York City, and Mexico. Intended to highten advocacy, awareness, 
and assistance for those less fortunate, the alternative break trips involved 
rebuilding houses with Habitat for Humanity, working at a soup kitchen in 
the Bronx, helping youth at an Indian reserve, and learning about border 
awareness and social justice issues. 

The students' sacrifice of performing volunteer work over spring break 
is just one reason Gannon recently was named to the President's Higher 
Education Community Service Honor Roll. The recognition, from the 
Corporation for National and Community Service, was given for exemplary 
service efforts and service to disadvantaged youth. 




Students devoted their spring 
break to helping others through 
volunteer work at four service 
sites, both in and outside the 
country. 



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communication 



The director of public 

relations, Jennifer Mailey, 

communicates regularly 

with Campus Security in 

creating media broadcasts. 





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CAMPUS 
SAFETY 



[SWITCHBOARD CONTROLS] 

^University security plays a viti 

role in maintaining a safe campus, 

SPOTLIGHT Gannon Campus Police & Safety 

THE CREW: Consisting of a switchboard operator, certifiea policemen/women, 
ana friendly security guaras, Gannon Security keeps a close watch on the 
University. All emergency calls are hanaiea through the main switchboara. 
ARCHIVED NEWS STORY: In recent weeks, you might have noticea a bright red 
Fora Escort with the woras "Gannon Security" on its doors parked behina the 
mail room or patrolling campus. The car was appropriatea recently in oraer 
to guarantee that a vehicle was on nana for patrolling the campus and on- 
campus housing units. Previously security haa to reserve a Gannon van to do 
its patrols. Sometimes vans were not available for use, leaving the security 
officers to do their rounds on foot. - The Gannon Knight Archives, 1990 



STUDENTUFE thehn< .2008 




The University has implemented new technology 
mechanisms in order to communicate more 
efficiently and effectively in the event that a 
crisis or emergency situation should occur on or 
near our campus. (MemPers of the University) 
now may go to the Gannon portal and register 
to receive emergency notification alerts and 



security goes 
high-tech 



updates, choosing to receive either emergency 
alert text messages via cellular phone or voice 
mail messages via cellular or landline (home) 
phones. An Emergency Notification Setup 
channel on the portal provides simple instructions 
for setting up these communication outlets for 
faculty, staff, and students. 



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elections 2008 




HOW-TO 
BECOME A 
REGISTERED 
VOTER 



Meet the qualifications -- 
Voters must be U.S. citizens 
for at least one month and 18 
years of age Download a 
voter registration form from 
the Internet Print fill out, 
and mail the form to the 
county in which you wish to 
vote An id card will be 
mailed to your home @ Visit 
your polling place to vote 




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• ilr ko/.ik presents live action newt 
regarding the poll results on Super Tuesday 



codv bicnkowski proudly waves hi> • steve scully of c-span offers a lectui 

iiiiu-rii.ui flag at I local Hiilary Clinton for the chautauqua at gannon series 
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STUDENT LIFE .2008 




Polling Place 

Faculty and 
students entered 
the doors of 
Zurn Science 
Center to cast 
their votes in the 
Pennsylvania 
primaries on April 
22. Unfortunately 
only about 32.5% 
of PA citizens 
filled out ballots 
this year. 



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awarenes«' 




Throughout the 07-08 school year a great focus has been on^fl Drestf Iffal 
primaries. Programs like Pizza with a Purpose the 'presidential edition,' the Super 
Tuesday party in Waldron, and an alumni lunch-n-learn spotlighted this interesting 
course of events. 

For the first time in memorable history, Pennsylvania counted in the April 22nd 
primary elections. The fact that the Keystone State counted attracted not only 
constant television advertising but it also drew in the candidates themselves to 
speak in Erie. With this competition came a newfound interest in politics, as well as 
the knowledge of new words like super-delegates and caucus. 

Various students had the opportunity to meet the delegates in person and 
enjoyed shaking the hands of Chelsea and Bill Clinton. Surely, 2008 will be a year 
to look back upon in the future as a year that changed the history of our nation. 



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Over a period of several 
months, informed citizens 
followed the headlines waiting 
for the day when party 
delegates and running mates 
would be chosen. 



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:ademic excellence 



Spending quality time in 

the community, President 

Garibaldi, Ph.D., reads to a 

child at Hooked on Books. 





Professor Michael 

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Kiemens.c's Business 

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[AN OUTLINE OF MATERIALS] 

^The greatest reward of resea^ 
is demonstrating your 

THE MOVIE: Gannon University Undergraduate Research, Scholarship and 
Creativity Celebration, 2008 

THE RESEACHERS: During the poster session, Kristie Smith, Kara Clark explain 
their studies to Kimberly Cavanagh, an assistant professor in the Physician As- 
sistant program. Also involved in this project were Elisa Konieczko, Tim Cooney, 
Justine Schoeber - Gannon's Biology Dept. and Hamot Medical Center. 
TOPIC: The title of their project was "Localization of Relaxin (LGR-7) and Estro- 
gen Receptors on Keratinocyte Cell Membranes" 



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STUDENT LIFE theki .2008 




I graduate 
research fair 



For the first time, the 2008 Gannon University 
Graduate Research Conference Poster Session 
was held in conjunction with the Undergraduate 
Research, Scholarship and Creativity Celebration. 

Graduate scholars were given the opportunity 
to share the interesting information they 



collected during the year with other students and 
professors throughout the University. 

Electrical engineering student Jatin Burman was 
among those who gave poster presentations; his 
research highlighted an "Automated System for 
Judging Leg Before Wicket in Cricket" 



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founders day 



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J *T.mot*Y Downs 
Sfenoessyand 

2nd Deborah MorsnoU 



[SENIORS OFFERS THANKS THROl 

tt The Senior class gift will b< 
welcome addition for aj 

LOCATION: Nash Library Gardens 

THE PLAN OF ACTION: Through generous donations and fund-raising, the 

Class of 2008 plans to restore life to the gardens on the North Side of Nash 

Library. The project includes floral landscaping, a water fountain, and installing 

outdoor seating. 

UNDERGRADUATE OPINION: Since I was a freshman, I have wondered why the 

library gardens were not accessible to the Gannon community. Once properly 

working, the patio space will provide a great location for students to read, 

study, listen to music, or just relax. - Melissa Hanely 



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STUDENT LIFE tlicl.ma-.2008 




celebration 



Accounting professors James and Scott Miller, 
J.D. were among the many faculty members 
present at the Founder's Day Student Awards 
Convocation on April 20. 

This annual event, held at the Masonic Temple 
in downtown Erie, celebrated the achievements 
of graduating seniors and a select number of 



undergraduate students in academics, service, 
and leadership. 

In his opening remarks, President Antoine M. 
Garibaldi, Ph.D. encouraged individuals to reflect 
on their college experiences while future Gannon 
scholars toured the campus during Spring Open 
House, which coincided with the event. 



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Keith Taylor, Ph.D., and Moal Ro Donald W. 

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Attendance 

Over 300 graduates 
attended 
the Winter 
Commencement 
Exercises held in 
the Hammermill 
Center, along with 
current students, 
ambassadors, 
family members, 
and the GU Choir. 
Robert Ruyak 
offered the 
keynote speech. 



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Gannon President Dr. Antoine M. Garibaldi conferred some 656 degrees at 
the University's Spring Commencement, held Saturday, May 10 at Tullio Arena. 

The graauates included 24 students who received doctor of physical 
therapy degrees, two receiving doctorates in counseling psychology, 249 
master's degrees, 356 bachelor's degrees, and 25 associate's degrees. 
Including the 317 degrees conferred at Gannon's Winter Commencement, 
the university had a total graduating class of 983 for the academic year. 

His Eminence Theodore McCarrick, Ph.D., D.D., Archbishop Emeritus of 
Washington, gave the keynote speech at the May ceremony. Cardinal Me 
Carrick commended Gannon for its continued pursuit of excellence. "Gannon 
University has a great reputation;' Cardinal McCarrick said. "Gannon 
embodies what a Catholic college should be" 



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The Story Behind Traditional Vestments 



According to the 1895 Intercollegiate Code for American institutions of 
higher learning, one of three types of graduation gowns may be wore by 
bachelors, masters, and doctoral students. The colored trim and lining of the 
hood, which is the most distinctive feature of the American code, indicate 
particular departments and the official college colors: 



Arts, Letters, Humanities 


White 


Business 


Drab 


Education 


Light Blue 


Engineering 


Orange 


Health Sciences 


Sage 


Law 


Purple 


Medical Sciences 


Green 


Nursing 


Apricot 


Philosophy 


Royal 


Public Administration 


Peacock 


Public Health 


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Science 


Gold 


Social Work 


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ATHLETICS 

team identity 





intramurals, et al 



athletic groups and 

activities for everyone 



f you are interested in athletics. Gannon is the right place 
for you We offer 18 NCAA Division II scholarship-granting 
varsity sports, including nine men's and nine women's 
teams. There are over 350 student athletes participating 
in varsity sports on the campus. In addition, we have a wide 
variety of intramural sports designed to meet our students' 
athletic interests and provide a healthy, competitive social 
atmosphere. These are organized into men's, women's, 
and co-ed leagues and teams. The University also has a 
cheerleading sguad and a variety of club sports which are 
supported by the Student Government Association. 



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Our cheerleaders really know how to get the crowds 
excited before and during a game. The cheerleading 
sguad presented a stunning show during the Homecoming 
Pep Rally (shown above) and raised the roof of the 
Hammermill Center during the basketball season. 





MEMBERSHIP • Men$ Volleyball Team • Miles Vida, adviser; David Russell, president; Zachary Bernazzoli. 
vice president, John Binz, secretary; William Hecht, treasurer; Clayton Acker, Michael Duffy, Joshua Jarosz, 
Michael Krivansky. Nathan Kruluts, Brendan Murray, Michael Resurreccion, Benjamin Sherry • Dance Team • 
Dr. Catherine Gillespie. Ph.D.. adviser; Elyssa Lindenberger, president; Lierin Rossman, vice president; KariAnn 
Mech. secretary; Tiffany Shaffer, treasurer, Brianna Anderson, Megan Beresford, Therese Borowy, Nathalie- 



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on, Sony Issac, Dana Kramer, J^n^rreT Krysinski, Stephanie Laino, Maggie Lewis, Jennifer Lindberg, Anne Masilunas, Jennifer 
filler, Noelle Miller. Rebecca Perry, Sandra Rees, Jamie reese, Ashley Simmons, Jenna Strobl, Michelle Szabat. Kaitlin Zinkhar 



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football 



knights round out 

season on hopeful note 



Head coach Jim Kiernan greeted a 91-man team, 
consisting of 43 returning members, at the first preseason 
football camp on August 4th. The off-season goal was 
"to get everyone to understand that the program can 
achieve and accomplish more as a group than as a group of 
individuals!' said Kiernan. Senior Rich Lee and redshirt junior Matt 
WarO led the program as team captains through an intensive 
period of transition. Golden Knights Ronald Keels. Alton Kenner, 
Chris Murphy, and Jon Richardson were named to the GLIAC 
honorable-mention football team in the post-season. Both 
players and fans anticipate an increased number of wins during 
the coming year 





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Freshman Sean Wallace #32, freshman Adam Walsh #91, 
senior Rich Lee #83, and redshirt freshman Parris Williams 
#56 face-off against Saginaw Valley on September 8. 

Photo* by Gannon Knight and David Huoor 





SCOREBOARD Hillsdale College (Sept. 1) 3-59 L • Saginaw Valley State (Sept. 8) 7-49 L 
Indianapolis (Sept 15) 035 L • Mercyhurst College (Sept 22) 28-49 L • Tiffin University (Sept. 29) 6- 
50 L • Wayne State (Oct. 6) 21-56 L • Ferris State (Oct. 13) 14-48 L • University of Findlay (Oct 20) 
14-40 L • Michigan Tech (Oct. 27) 7-56 L • Northern Michigan (Nov. 3) 23-27 L • Ashland (Nov. 10) 7-62 L 



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The Gannon cross country teams had the honor of 
hosting the 2007 GLIAC Championships for the first 
time in school history. The two programs recorded 
a pair of 12th place finishes while hosting the event 
at Pleasant Ridge Park in Girard. Pa. Senior Shayna Weir 
was Gannon's top female runner, placing 32nd with a 
time of 24 minutes and 4.07 seconds. The women's season 
was highlighted by the appearance of two Gannon 
runners at the NCAA Division II Great Lakes Regional. Weir 
finished 47th with a time of 23 minutes and 20.39 seconds, 
while sophomore Brittany Zaborowski placed 75th. Dan 
Shephard was Gannon's top male runner, placing 97th with 
a time of 29 minutes and 10.7 seconds. 



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Front Row • Dan Shephard, Paul Fledderman, Dustin Russ. Greg 
Delost, Brandon Chambers 

Back Row • Assistant Coach Sandy Trocki, Christopher Cuviello, 
Michael Mion, Mike Hardesty, Matt Bauer, Ben Shannon, Head 
Coach John Carrig (Not Pictured: Adam Green) 



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Front Row • Nicole Shingledecker, Jillian Rhoads, Francesco 

Colella, Brittany Zaborowski, Shayna Weir, Rosie Cooper, Kim 

Urbanowicz 

Back Row • Assistant Coach Sandy Trocki, Mindy Klavon, 

Stephanie Wilson, Kristin O'Hern, Krystal Kennett, Julie Snyder. 

Mandie Britton. Head Coach John Carrig 





SCORHBOARD Mens Cross-Country • Westminster (Pa) Invitational 2nd out of 9 teams • Notre 
Dame Invitational 29th out of 35 teams, 19th out of 24 Division II teams • Mercyhurst 2138 L • Le Moyr 
Invitational 3rd out of 4 teams • Roberts Wesleyan Invitational 6th out of 14 teams • GLIAC Championships 
12th out of 12 teams • Womens Cross-Country • Westminster (Pa) Invitational 2nd out of 10 teams 



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of 37 teams, 9th out of 26 Division II teams • Mercyhurst 27-28 L • Le Moyne Invitational 
ssleyan Invitational 5th out of 45 teams f GLIAC Championships 12th out of 13 teams 





women s soccer 



season 



kickoff results 



in a 



record-breaking Opening 



The women's soccer program got off to an extremely hot 
start and narrowly missed its first winning season since 
1999 The Lady Knights began the season 7-2. but finished 
7-8-2 overall and 1-6-1 in GLIAC play The squad won five 
consecutive matches after opening the season with a loss. It 
was the program's first five-match winning streak since 2000 
and represented its best start in school history Laura Piazza 
and Courtney Rowan were named to the All-GLIAC postseason 
teams Piazza and Rowan were also named to the Daktronics All- 
Great Lakes Region second team. 



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Front Row • Megan Joint. Kellie Cope. Heather Patterson, Jamie Shadd. 

Laura Piazza. Crystal Myers 

Middle Row • Assistant Coach Brian Kightlinger. Breanne Radin, Maggie 

Bowser. Megan Coe. Chantelle Both, Ashleigh Jackett, Ashley Sieniawski, 

Erin Lochner 

Back Row • Assistant Coach Rob Van Rheenen, Carly Clarke. Breanne 

Nalipa. Courtney Rowan. Holly Johnson, Tiffani Parks. Sabrina Chirco, 

katy Lynn. Julie Devus, Head Coach Colin Peterson 

Not Pictured • Colleen Schwarz 





SCOREBOARD Tiffin University (Aug. 26) 0^1 L • Indianapolis (Aug. 31) 1-0 W • Daemen (Sept. 2) 4-0 W • Wheeling 
Jesuit University (Sept. 4) 3-2 W • West Virginia Wesleyan (Sept. 8) 1-0 W • University of Charleston (Sept. 9) 3-1 W 
• Saginaw Valley State (Sept 14) 0-4 L • Northwood (Sept. 16) 3-0 W • Davis 8c Elkins (Sept. 21) 3-1 W • Shepherc 
(Sept. 23) 0-0 T-2 • Northern Michigan (Sept 28) 0-1 L • Clarion (Sept. 30) 0^1 L • Ferris State (Oct. 5) 3-4 L-OT • Granc 
Valley State (Oct. 7) 0-4 L • Ashland (Oct. 1 2) 0-2 L • University of Findlay (Oct. 1 4) 0-1 L • Mercyhurst (Oct. 28) 1-1 T-: 



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strong defensive skills 

land a g Uac championship 



According to o 90.5 WERG report. "On November 3. 
2007 the Golden Knights won the inaugural GLIAC 
Men's Soccer Championship with a 2-0 victory over 
Northwood The Golden Knights took the section 
championship with a record of 16-2-1 and continued on to the 
NCAA Division II Championships" The Gannon men's soccer 
team has made it to the Big Dance for the first time since 1993, 
receiving a bid to the NCAA Division II Tournament and heading 
into the Great Lakes Regional as the No. 4 seed. Only three 
teams in school history have posted more victories in a single 
season than this year's squad 



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Front Row • Ken Jespersen. Gareth Kolkenbeck-Ruh, Kevin Strell, 
Tomas Latocha, John Connelly, Chad Rowan, Afrim Latifa 
Middle Row • Matt Cuthbert, Kyle Kozik, Rich Peterson, Ryan Elser, 
Rudi Costa, Adam Maduri, Geneo Oberst, Dan Howell, Greg Snazyk 
Back Row • Brendan McNicholas, Andrew Lorei, Pat Dragoone, 
Chad Wynter, Steven Boehmer, Jonathan Whlley, Matthew Ruston, 
Andy Hay, Bruce Stephen 
Not Pictured • Adam Mlnnaugh 





SCORKBOARD Kentucky Wesleyan (Aug. 24) 3-0 W • Southern lndiana(Aug. 26) 3-1 W 
Indianapolis (Aug. 31) 2-1 W • Mercyhurst (Sept. 11) 2-1 W-OT • Saginaw Valley State (Sept. 14) <! 
3 W • Northwood (Sept. 16) 3-1 W • Ashland (Sept. 21) 4-1 W • Findlay (Sept. 23) 1-4 L • Sagina\ 
Valley State (Sept. 28) 2-0 W • Northwood (Sept. 30) 2-1 W • Truman (Oct. 5) 2-0 W • Rockhursl 



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I^W^^^^Ashland (Oct. 12) 2-1 W • University of Findlay (0& 14) 2\ 
niversity (Oct. 20) 3-2 W • Mercyhur^,(Oct. 27) 1-1 T-2 • GLIAC^SemifijjalZ 
hampionship - Northwood (Nov. 3) 2-0 W-OT • NCA^^reat Lakes ReM 



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ground to t h e green 



Both men's and women's golf teams made a 
valiant effort this year, playing their best and 
gaming local recognition Although the men's 
team fell to rival Mercyhurst in their first match, 
they turned their record around and finished the 
season with a resounding defeat of Mercyhurst at the 
Gannon Spring Invitational. Senior Pat Kloecker won his 
second consecutive title with a seventy on the same 
day. marking his third individual championship during 
the season While also making a strong showing at the 
Gannon Invitational, the women's golf team boasted 
a sixth place finish at the Great Lakes Intercollegiate 
Athletic Conference Championships. Junior Jess 
Slonaker achieved a personal best by recording a hole- 
in-one at the championships. Coaches Tim Simmons and 
Jennifer Eberlein look toward the future and hope to 
strengthen their teams' records in 2009. 



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Front Row • Bobby Scalise, Pat Kloecker, Sean Callaghan, 

Matt Walpole 

Back Row • Rob Hersch, Matt Barnes, Drew Deimel. Ben 

Cobbett, Head Coach Tom Simmons 

Not Pictured • Dan Hebert, Patrick Wiler 







Front Row • Front Row Allyssa Ferriell, Amanda Eckhart, 
Emily Quinn, Abbey Welker, Head Coach Jennifer Eberlein 
Back Row • Christa Cox, Tarin Fedrizzi, Jess Slonaker, 
Whitney Burkett, Brooke Pyle 





SCOREBOARD • Men$ Golf • Penn State Behrend Invitational 1st out of 4 • Great Lakes Regional Qualifier 
21st out of 24th • Motor City Invitational out of 12 • GLIAC Championships 8th out of 10 • Mercyhurst 
Invitational 1st out of 3 • Gannon Invitational 2nd out of 4 • Findlay Outback Steakhouse Invitational 8th 
out of 12 • Penn State Behrend Spring Invitational 2nd out of 4 • Mercyhurst Spring Invitational 2nd 



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vollevball 



new head coach 

leads victory 

The Gannon volleyball team finished 6-20 overall and 1-16 
in conference play during head coach Matt Darling's 
first season at the helm. The Lady Knights defeated local 
rival Mercyhurst College for their conference victory with 
a come-from behind 3-2 win Trailing 2-1. Gannon rallied with 
consecutive victories in games four (30-21) and five (15-7). Ashley 
Tubbs was named to the All-GLIAC honorable mention team. 
Tubbs led Gannon and ranked ninth among GLIAC players in 
service aces per game. The junior from Meadville, Pa., has had 
510 kills. 79 aces. 177 digs, and 183 blocks during her three-year 
career. 



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Front Row • Jamie VanEnkevort, Jess Saunders, Noelle 
Schad, Alyse Parker, Holly Urbanick, Kadie Zimmerman 
Back Row • Head Coach Matt Darling, Kendall Fischer, 
Ashley Tubbs, Gail Andrews, Julienne Moots, Maire Prybyl, 
Brooke Orris, Assistant Coach Jonathan Strub 





SCOREBOARD Clarion University 03 L • West Liberty State 3-0 W • Slippery Rock 13 L 
West Virginia State 13 L • California (Pa.) 03 L • Tiffin University 3-2 W • Pitt Johnstown 3- 
W • Point Park 3-2 W • Ashland 03 L • Findlay 03 L • Lake Superior State 23 L • Northern 
Michigan 03 L • Michigan Tech 13 L • Hillsdale 03 L • Wayne State 03 L • Mercyhurst 3-2 



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men's and women's waterpolo 



players on-deck specialize 



in 



aqiiatlCS and academics 



With head coach Don Sherman cheering 
them on. the men's polo team finished 
seventh at the Collegiate Water 
Polo Association Southern Division 
Championships. The seventh-place finish tied the 
program's best finish ever at the CWPA Southern Division 
Championships The women's polo team boasted high 
honors as well, receiving recognition for having the 
seventh-highest team GPA among the Collegiate Water 
Polo Association. Eleven ladies were also named to the 
all-academic team. 



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Front Row • Stephanie Komorek, Sarah Lawton. Carey Siwek. Caitlin 

Andrews 

Middle Row • Annie Greenhill. Mallery Casale, Kendra Plackemeier. 

Elizabeth Morse 

Back Row • Head Coach Don Sherman. Katelyn Hansen, Val 

Adams. Rachel Rzymek. Ashley Mclellen 

Not Pictured ♦ Liz Clary. Niki Hoffa, Brenna Pease 




Front Row • Greg Naranjo. Greg Evanoff. David Villeges. Kyle Kuser 

Michael Piper. Rob Bullion 

Middle Row • Pat Mack. Zack Dusckas, John Stedding. Dmitriy 

Simonoff, Ben Syme. Andy Baker, John Krakowski 

Back Row • Brandon Thomas, Richie DILoreto. Kyle Kellerman. Paul 

Musille, Stephen Espinet, Darren Stone, Head Coach Don Sherman 




SCORI '.HOARD Meni Waterpolo • Queens (NY) 14-5 W • Navy "B" Team (Exhibition) 13-4 L • lona 17-9 L • Fordham 14- 
L • Navy 19-1 L • Princeton 14-4 L • Queens (NY) 13-8 W • Santa Clara 15-7 L • Mercyhurst 11-10 W • Salem International 
124 W • Penn State Behrend 1140 W-OT • Mercyhurst 16-9 L • Washington & Jefferson 15-11 W • Salem International 
8-0 W • Penn State Behrend 15-12 W • Washington & Jefferson 16-9 W • Division II Eastern Championships: Queens 12- 
7 W; Mercyhurst 13-8 L; Washington & Jefferson (Third-Place Match) 8-7 W • CWPA Southern Championships: Princeton 
9-6 L; US Naval Academy 16-8 L, Salem International 8-0 W; Washington 8c Jefferson (Seventh-Place Match) 13-11 W 



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WomenS Waterpolo • Siena College 9-6 L • Mercyhurst (Exhibition) 53 L • Utica 14-2 W • lona 20-8 L • Villanova 1 1-9 W • California Lutheran 
8-5 L • University of La Verne (Calif) 8-5 L • Pomona College (Calif) 18-5 L • University of Redlands (Calif) 10-2 L • California Baptist 9-2 L 
University of Michigan 19-7 L • Slippery Rock 11-6 W • Snowy Seven Tournament: Utica 12^1 W; Queens 17-5 W; Notre Dame University 
Exhibition) 11-5 L; lona 9-7 L; Slippery Rock 7-6 W • Indiana University 17-5 L • Penn State Behrend 18-8 W • Mercyhurst 15-8 L • Grove City 9-6 
• Washington 8t Jefferson 12-7 W • CWPA Western Division Championships: Grove City 1 1-8 W; University of Michigo: 



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lady knights make the CUt 

& promote a g° od cause 



The defending Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic 
Conference (GLIAC) champions battled a season of injuries 
to finish with a 16-12 overall record. It was the teams 
fourth winning season in the last five years. The ladies' 
shining moment came when they hosted the "Think Pink" game, 
raising nearly $9000 to help support breast cancer research 
and awareness. An estimated 1185 people attended the event 
on Saturday. February 9. Kim Vargas and Kristina Freeman were 
named to the All-GLIAC South Division first team, while Ashley 
Lowaermilk was named to the second team. The Lady Knights 
also held the ninth highest team GPA of NCAA Division II schools. 



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Front Row • Tiffany Crocker, Julie Kleber, Ashley 

Lowdermilk, Abby Bunstine, Amanda Dacek, Amanda 

Blaskowski 

Back Row ■ Coach Cleve Wright, Kim Vargas, Allison 

Rothlisberger, Katie Kibby, Brittany Tabron, Shanna 

Thompson, Carrie Nolan, Kristina Freeman, Assistant 

Coach Anneke Chewning 






SCORF.BOARD West Liberty State 68-71 L • Wheeling Jesuit University 68-42 W • Tuwomen 56-47 
• Northern Michigan 80-79 W • Michigan Tech 65-76 L • Daemen (NY) 113-80 W • Lake Superior State 86 
72 W • Edinboro University 89-64 W • Bellarmine 79-84 L • Stonehill 52-73 L • West Virginia Wesleyan 72-66 
W • Slippery Rock 83-81 W-OT • Mercyhurst 85-68 W • University of Findlay 72-56 W • Ashland University 



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'5-74 W • Ferns State 61-76 L • Grand 
/alley Stare 60-54 W •..Northwood '*/■ z" 
■•--■-, 68-67 W • UnH I ncNay 85 



• . 76-78 • Hillsdale College 54-61 L • Sagi 

sdale College 47-83 L • -Vayne State (Mich) 67-70 L • Ashlan. 
• 3 L • Mercyhurst • College 95-66 W • Ashland University 45-70 



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men's basketball 



making the shotS 

by leaps ^d bounds 



The men's basketball team finished the 2007-2008 season 
in a final match against Findlay in the NCAA second 
round. The Golden Knights really stepped up their 
game this year with the fantastic coaching of John 
Reilly With an unbelievable turnaround from a 9-17 record last 
season, they ended this season with a 26-5 mark. It was the 
second-highest single-season victory total in school history. 
Aside from their many achievements on the court, senior 
Vince Mosley and junior Kyle Goldchamp were named to the 
National Association of Basketball Coaches All-Great Lakes 
Region teams. 



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Front Row • Pierre Howard, Shamai Santiago, Cory Knight, 
Joe Lindsey Robert Buckner, Preston Harris, Corey Dotchin 
Back Row • George Johnson, Alfonso Scandrett, Mark, 
Demski, Dave Wilson, Kyle Goldcamp, Pat Washington, 
Tyler Stoczynski, Vince Mosley 





SCOREBOARD Penn State Greater Allegheny 126-50 W • Robert Wesleyan 85-64 W • Point Park 83-67 
• Northern Michigan 84-62 W • Michigan Tech 75-65 W • Lake Superior State 75-63 W • Edinboro University 
60-64 L • IUP 61-51 W • Tiffin University 81-49 W • Seton Hill 74-67 W • Bowie State 81-68 W • Northwood 
(Mich) 74-52 W • Mercyhurst 66-57 W • University Of Findlay 66-61 W • Ashland University 77-68 W • Ferris 



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Jid 77-55 W • Findlay 61-90 L • 

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men's and women's swimming 



swimming Ct diving 

teams tread new Waters 

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nder second-year head coach Gregg Sarbak. 
the Golden Knights broke 21 school records and 
recorded 65 performances that were among the 
school's all-time top 10. In addition, Paul Musille and 
Megan Beresford qualified for the NCAA Division II National 
Championships. Musille and Beresford accounted for seven 
of the 21 school records in 2007-08. Ashlee Calandra. Sarah 
Lawton and Michael Piper recorded two school records 
each In dual meets, the men's team finished 10-3 while the 
women's squad posted a 10-5 mark. 



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Front Row • Taylor Corn, David Landry, Jordan Shouey. Mitchel 

Meighen, Michael Piper 

Middle Row • Seth Hazlett, John Krakowski, Darren Stone, Greg 

Naranjo, Andrew Bernett, Greg Evanoff, Connor Wolf 

Back Row • Zack Dusckas, Igor Makovey, Kyle Kelleran, Matt 

Krizmanic, Paul Musille, Richie DiLoreto, Andrew Lintelman, Brandon 

Chambers, Joe Wagner, Head Coach Gregg Sarbak 



faith 



Front Row • Liz Clary, Kaitlyn Ramey. Nicole Morgan, Kristen 

Laskowski, Sarah Lawton 

Middle Row • Carey Siwek, Megan Beresford, Elizabeth Morse, 

Katie Rose Cogswell, Julie Brown, Ashlee Calandra 

Back Row • Ellie Hess, Val Adams. Jean Groner, Rebecca Eberly, 

Brenna Pease, Rachel Rzymek. Head Coach Gregg Sarbak 






SCORKBOARD Men$ Swimming • Westminster (Pa) Relays 3rd out of 5 • Allegheny 145-86 W • Findlay 
116-93 W • City College Meet: Cleveland State 176-60 I; Baldwin-Wallace 141-90 W • Penn State Behrend 
110-71 W • Ashland Invitational 2nd out of 3 • Ashland University 114-104 L • Fredonia State 138-92 W 
Edinboro University 109-91 W • Edinboro Tri-Meet: Edinboro 133-71 W; Clarion 1 17-85 L • Canisius 143-119 W • IUP 
66-29 W • Penn State Altoona 88-7 W • GLIAC Championships 6th out of 7 • Womens Swimming • Westminster 



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gheny 137-104 W • Fmdlay 65-47 N • C jlifornia (Pa) 67-44 • City College Meet 
68-71 W; Notre Dame (Ohio) 160-75 W • Penn State Behrend 122-52 W • Ash 
/^^B27-110 L • Fredonia State 124-119 W • Edinboro University 105-99 L • Ed 

jnon 136-68 I • Canisius 136^118 W • IUP 5639 L • Penn State Altoona 91-3 

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wrestling 



wrestlers land top honors 

both on and off the mat 



The wrestling program had yet another superb season. 
Gannon recorded the 13th-highest team grade-point 
average among NCAA Division II programs in 2007-08, 
according to the Wrestling Coaches Association. In 
addition, six Golden Knights earned Division II Academic 
All-America honors. Pino Scavella was named to the first team, 
while Kevin McElhaney, Zack McKendree and Brandon Monin 
landed a spot on the second team. On the mat, Gannon sent 
four wrestlers to the NCAA Division II National Championships and 
finished 26th nationally. McKendree was Gannon's top finisher 
with a seventh-place finish at 149. 



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Front Row • Matt Fildes. Ed Marshall, Chris Santucci, Justin Rivera, 

Scott Baron, Ethan Swope, Mike Sanders 

Second Row • Adam Green, Brian Yoder. Zack McKendree, 

Brandon Monin, Chris Daniels, A.J. Sayles, Corey Bowers, Kevin 

McElhaney, Mike Cavalier, Andrew Apperson 

Third Row • Kevin Hartung, Pino Scavella, David Monsinski, Tony 

Petrella, Jacob Tazzi, Jorge Varela, Ted Hoag, Jimmy Martz, Frank 

McGrath 





SCOREBOARD Mercyhurst North East 35-9 W • Mercyhurst 24-23 W • Wagner College 41-6 W < 
SUNY Brockport 30-10 W • Newberry (SC) 37-0 L • Pittdohnstown 343 L • West Liberty State 
25-15 W • Shippensburg 29-13 W • Ashland 21-17 L • Limestone 26-9 W • Seton Hill 36-6 W ( 
Catholic Invitational 2nd out of 9 Teams • Ashland Invitational 3rd out of 8 • Midwest Invitationa 



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out of 21 • NCAA East Reglonals First Day 3rd out of 13 • NCAA East Regional* Secor j :■ itl 
MCAA Division II Nationals c rst Day 22nd out of 37 • NCAA Division II Nationals econd Day 




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field players make - 

the goal 

Under the coreful instruction of head coach Steve 
Wager, the lacrosse team secured eleven wins out 
of fifteen games. After finishing the season with a 
stunning victory against rival Mercyhurst. the team 
received the great honor of being ranked seventh in the 
final Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association 
(IWLCA) Division II Top 10 poll. Junior Colleen Dixon and 
sophomores Taryn Millerd and Kayla Nelson were named All- 
Americans. The women's lacrosse team has never recorded 
a losing season in its thirteen year history and the coaches 
hope to maintain this resume into the 2009 season. 

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Front Row • Molly Son Jule. Molly Meagher. Heidi Lott. Colleen Dixon, 

taryn Millerd 

Middle Row • Christina Blasi. Shauna Hutchinson, Carlo Jemison, Dana 

Rousseau, Christina Alexander, Kayla McMinn, Mary Eshenour, Rebecca 

Boylan 

Back Row • Assistant Coach Joanne Helntz, Assistant Coach Mindy 

Richmond. Krista Schunk, Acacia Cook. Kayla Nelson, Melissa Hill. Tiffany 

Parks. Sarah Belen. Antonia Cianfracco, Head Coach Steve Wagner 



before 



the clock 





St ORKBOARD Rollins (Fla) 20-5 W • St. Andrew's Presbyterian 18-6 W • Belmont Abbe\ 
15^11 W • Canisius 9-12 L • Queens (NC) 20-8 W • Niagara 16-6 W • Regis (Colo) 
20-8 W • Lock Haven 8^15 L • West Chester 7-24 L • Indiana (Pa) 23-2 W • Seton Hill 22-7 W 
Notre Dame (Ohio) 23-15 W • Limestone (SC) 7-20 L • Molloy 19-10 W • Mercyhurst 1 3-1 1 



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to home P late 



In her last year as head coach at Gannon. Beth Curtiss 
led the team to a 28-23 winning season. Rounding out 
accolades for the year, four members of the Lady Knights 
Softball team were names to the 2008 All-Great Lakes 
Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC) team. Carol 
Kienzl and Kara Hensley were named to the second team 
and Hannah Koenig and Kadie Ondrus received honorable- 
mention credits Hensley was also named to the Daktronics 
All-Region first team which puts her in consideration for All- 
Amencan honors 



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Front Row • Elaine Golz, Carol Kienzl, Kadie Ondrus, Lauren 
Soldner, Jaclyn Corroto, Kelsey Brickman, Beth Ramey 
Second Row • Courtney Schwenk, Kristin Schalk, Casee 
Piquet, Kara Hensley, Holli Michaels, Brooke Hayes, Chastity 
Guerrero 

Back Row • Assistant Coach Joanna Fergus, Assistant 
Coach Bill Strub, Katie Conner, Tiffany Joyce, Shelly Landis, 
Hannah Koenig, Head Coach Beth Curtiss 





st OKI-HOARD Nova Southeastern 3-6 L ; 0-5 L • Palm Beach Atlantic 0-1 L; 3-2 W • Dowling (NY) 6-1 W 
W. Virginia Wesleyan 9-1 W • Le Moyne College 6-1 W • Kentucky Wesleyan 2-1 W • Palm Beach Atlantic 
2-1 W • St. Rose (NY) 2-1 W • Wilmington (Del) 1-0 W • Univ. of Mary (N.D) 4-1 W • W. Virginia Wesleyan 
-3-2 W • St. Joseph's (Ind) 4-1 W • Shippensburg 64 W • Dowling (NY) 1-10 L • Lock Haven 2-11 L 
Shepherd (WV) 12-2 W • West Liberty State 3-2 W • Bloomsburg 1-4 L • Kutzwood 53 W • West Virginic 



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tate 3-5 L • Mercyhurst 7-0 W; 5-6B- 3rris State 2* L, 0-5 V* Grand Valley State CM L; 0-9 L • Seton Hill M 
Ashland University 10-5 W; 1-2 L «ni/ers,ty - F.ndlay 6-5 t-6-6 L • Mercyhurst 5-0 W; 3-4 L • Lake Superio^fll 
IW; 11^1 W« Wayne State 0-9 iA , ♦ Hillsdale 0-4 L, 8-1 W • Clarion University 103 W; 16-8 W • Saginaw Vallev 
; 23 L • Northwood (Mich}^.. .. 1-5 . • V/J/ne State : -^»0-5H. • Grand Valley State 4-2 W • Ferris Stat 





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high standards & commitment 



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Wrapping up his first year as head coach of the 
Gannon Baseball team Nate Cocolin got a feel 
for his players through their 8 -36 season. Cocolin 
had high hopes for the season saying, "The high 
level of character and commitment of the 20 players in the 
program have been our biggest strength. We have asked our 
players to work extremely hard and that is the only way we 
are going to reach our goals" Jonathan Dziomba and Greg 
Radwan posted honorable-mention spots for the All-Great 
Lake Intercollegiate Althletic Conference (GLIAC) team. Seven 
other members of the team earned credit for their academic 
achievement on the GLIAC All-Academic team. 



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Front Row • Kolten Hoffman. Bobby Fanto, Drew Rojek, 

Brandon Crum, Ford Eisenman, Blake Nusbaum, Peter 

Grouios 

Middle Row • Greg Radwan, Chris Miller, Jonathan 

Dziomba, John Pichette, Evan Euler, Ryan Tann, Jim 

Trovers 

Back Row • Head Coach Nate Cocolin, Eric Harpster, 

Nick Licskai, Adam Biedrzycki, Zane Anderson, Assistant 

Coach Chip Gorzynski, Assistant Coach Greg Coleman 








SCOREBOARD University of Sciences 5-4 W; 7-8 L • Kentucky Wesleyan 5-6 L; 7-9 L • North Dakota 
8-10 L, 6-4 W • Wayne State (Mich) 1-6 L; 3-16 L • Wayne State 1-4 L; 4^10 L • Slippery Rock 
5-9 L; 3-4 L • Penn State Beaver 4-0 W; 0-4 L • IUP 8-25 L; 21-1 W • Grand Valley State 
5-20 L; 2^13 L • Grand Valley State 2-10 L, 0^18 L • Mercyhurst College 4-5 L; 1-0 W • Northwood 7-4 W; 2-16 L 



ATHLETICS theknce.2008 




3d 23 L; 4-51 J! m\ ersity Of Ftr>dlay 6-4 1 L; 5-4 W • Ashlana 
law rate 3^! L. 14-254. • Saginaw Valley Stc* 6-9 



7 L • Ashland 3-22 L; 2-18 L • Mercyhurst 3-6 L; 0-4 L • 
1-8 L; 4-7 L • Hillsdale 2-8 L; 7-9 L • Hinsdale 3-5 L; 6-2 W 




I 





PEOPLE 

friendly identity 





faculty and staff 



Maria Acosta. Ph /-.»«<* language* 

Goten Adams 
Marc Adk- 
Mahe*h Aggarwal. Pr 

BornaaeMe Aarest 
Robert Atohouse. Ph D 
Barbaro Aiward Pmsjem , • 
Carol Amonn \ 

Pomoia Andenon / 
Wayne Anderso- 
Gregory Andraso. Ph D Am*xt 
Matthew Andrr . 
Janet Armbrust<- 
Joy Armbruster I 
Karen Am.:' 

Tommy Arnold PhymalPUnt 






Virginia Arp /),-, ■ ■ < I 11 
Valene BaClk Provost's Office 
Stephen Bahny Physical Plant 
Carolan Bailey Education 
Justin Baile . 
Parris Baker. Ph D Social Work 
Valerie Baker rV 
Daniel Bait 

Roberta Barilla I 
David Bortcer. Ph I 

Paula Barrett Communication Arts 

Laurie Bednar At 
Charles Bennett Fauna 
Cynthia Benovic Datritmtion 

Shelly Bentley. Ed D / 
Gary Bemnge' ' 

Steven Brtticker Physical Therapy 
Susan Blar . ■ .-..ement 

David Blaetz Jr Commmical 

Maxine Blakeslee Psychology 

Jeffrey Bloodworth. Ph D .< 
Kimberly Blount 

LOT! Bly V* ■■ rment 

Anne Bolash ft 

Richard Bonatewicz. Ph D Sport anj / 
Bonrto Booker / • 
Jeffrey Bo- 

Olaa Bovkun Physical Plant 

Enc Bowman / 

Earl Brteger i I 
Mary Brtghom A 
cvh Brlnker International StsUm: 




Our presence as a family allows us to act as 
witnesses of our Christian faith for others. Having 
conversations with folks on campus helps us to 
strengthen each other and serve as Christ's light. 
We work together to be better people. And 
l thank God I have a job here because in the 
afternoons I am able to bring Tatyana food, and it 
saves money" 

*"" Olga has eight children, ranging from 22 to 14 years in age. 
Five of her children attend Gannon University 



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K'l.llU'C 



.2(ios 




Barry Bnnkman. PhD CIS 
Rita Briody Can/mating 
Robert Brooker. Ph D Financt 
Kenneth Brundage Director, I itrtrj 
Joanne Bucceri // /,' / 
John Buchna SBDC 
Michael Bucholtz. Ph D Ciemitttj 
Robert Buzanowski Camfm Mitt ( 

Ginny Caldwell Communication Arti 
Susan Calvano Nursing 
Thomas Camlllo Admiaiom 
Maria Candelana Campus Ministry 
Susan Carnes Nursing 
Frederick Carr. Jr Physical Plant 
Kimberly Cavanagh Physician Assistant 
Christine Cedzo Matbtmatia 




JanlS ChelkO Provost's Office 

Gong Chen, Ph D. Mechanical Engineering 

Betty Jo Chitester. PhD Ctemittry 

Margaret Clark, Ph D Education 
Shawn Clerkin Theatre 

Robert Cline Director, Human Resources 

Kayla Coan Student Living 

John Coleman Campus Police (st Safety 

William Colt Physical Plant 

Russell Combs Erie Technology Incubator 

Thomas ComstOCk Management 

Kevin Connaroe Physical Plant 

John Connelly Occupational Therapy 

Linda COOk Education 

Timothy CoppOCk, Ph.D. Comm.Counseling 

Julie CoppolO Admissions 

Charles Cornfield Respiratory Care 
Dolores CorSi Library 
Michelle CostellO Gannon Press 

John Crandall ITS 

Mary Crane Management 

Mehmet Cultu. Ph.D. EUc.&Comp. Eng 
William Cunningham SBDC 

Laurie Curlett Admissions 



Lorraine Curtis Physical Plant 

Rebecca Curtis Admissions 

Shaun Curtiss Athletics 

Ronald Cuzzola Radiologic Sciences 

Frank Dailey, Ph.D. Biology 

Mary Beth DanOWSki Finance and Admin. 

Matthew Darling Athletics 

Elizabeth DeAngelo SBDC 

Rick DeDioniSiO Physical Plant 
Victoria Delaney Business Administration 
Michael DeSanctis, Ph.D. Fine Arts 
Kathleen DeSante S.E.H.S. 

Erica DiCara, Ph.D. Chemistry 
Geoffrey DietZ, Ph.D. Mathematics 
A Jay DiFrank Human Resources 
Cynthia DiGangi Finance and Admin. 

Harry DiZ. Ph.D. Environmental Science 
Robert DobieSZ Library 

Timothy Downs. Ph D Dean, I III / 
Mary Draghl Finance and Admin 
Charles DubbS University Advancement 
Cynthia Duda University Advancement 
Gregory Duffin ITS 
Pamela Duffin ITS 

Mary Beth Earll Library 

GretChen Fairley Director. Service I xarning 

Michael Ferralli Pi 

Vincent Fetzner Physical Plant 

James Finegan Director | 

Jerry Fisher Physical Plant 
Cynthia FiSke Finance and Admin 



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faculty and staff 



lindo Fleming. Ph D Co*** 
Louren F t • 

David Ffd .. PUnl 

Cathy Fresch / > 

Stephen FreZZO. Ph D Sofhatrr T.ngimemnt 

janer Fnedmar 
Clement Fulvmon /'Su.x /'.'jh: 
Anthony Fuigenzto /' • 

Laura Fullerton /TS 
Boot* Jo Fye // « / 
Mark Goe 1 
Carolyn Galener />* 
Arthur GomWe. Jr.. J.l 
Michael Ganger. Ph D Buhgy 
Mono Garase. Ph D i 
Rose Ann Garbulnski Cjtmpm A*r (t 







1NCLUSMTY 

ir.-'-hik ki« 



t - - - 






I don't teach just academic knowledge; I share my 
life with the students, as well as with my colleagues. 
And I interact in the classroom, as well as outside. I 
share my values - my conviction. I am very inclusive, 
regardless of the students beliefs, because I believe 
every human being is God's child." 

""■ Sister Kim helped found the Asian Youth of Erie, an 
organization for second generation immigrants from China, the 
Philippines, taiwan. Mong. Japan, Korea. Bangladesh, and India 



Antome Garibaldi. PhD President 
Francis Garlana 
Elizabeth Garloch / 
Gary Garnic Campus S 
Christine Ga'» mem 

Kathleen Gausman Student Development 
Ruth Gehly Human H. 
Mary Gensheimer Communication Arts 

Annmane George Fine Arts 
Daniel Glannelh ITS 
Catherine Glespie. D.H.SC Pt 

Jodie Gloekler SBDC 

Jason Glover. STL Theology 

Michael Goebe 

Jennifer Gorman. Ph D Matbrmatu* 

Michael Gorsk " .-tetinr 

Susan Gronde i ■ 

Francis Grandmetti. Ed D Education 
Donna Green Finance and Admin. 
Joseph Gregorek. Ph D Biology 
Rolph Grit' 

Susan Gnppe / 
David Groh. Ph [ 
Geoffrey Grundy. Ph D // 

David Gustafson Biology 
Cheryl G 
Waam Hoggerty. Ph D Phdotophy 

: erly HajeC Enrollment S 
Dantel Halter / 
Bridget Homrr : 
Richard Hamrrv:- 

Kenneth Hanas '•' meenng 




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PEOPLE tlu-l.ina-.2008 




Gregory Hardner Physical Phut 

Mary Harsh Sdtna in Motion 

Kevin Hurt PbyticalPknt 

Julie Hartmoi tof) 

Bernadette Hattjar DrOI OtapiiomlThtnfy 

Edward Hawley Phyu.al Plant 

Carol Hay 

Patrick Headley, Ph D Matbtmttia 

Mlchele Healy. S S 

Mary Margaret Helma Campus Ministry 

David Hemenger Physical Plant 

Kurt Hersch Finonet 

Deslree Herter \/ lis 

Perry Hllburn Pbysia 

Lesley Hlte. PhD Psychology 

Mdrtln Hoch Physical Plant 




Nancy Holcomb Provost's Office 
Kelly Holmberg Biology 

Michelle Homan. PhD Environmental Science 
Theresa Horanic Registrar's Office 
Jane Horetsky SBDC 
Margaret Home SBDC 

Anita HotChkiSS Occupational Therapy 

Daniel Huber ITS 

Thomas Hudson Physical Therapy 

Renee Huefner Financial Aid 
Carl Hultmon. Ph.D. Chemistry 

Jana Hunt Development Information Serv. 
Julie lOCObUCCi Chaplain's Office 
JOShua JaCObsen Physical Plant 

Kimberle Janosky CDES 

Lori Jasinski Social Work 

Joy Johnson SBDC 
Randi Johnson Athletics 

Eileen JollS Graduate Outreach Education 
Angela Jones Presidents Office 
ROSS Jones Physical Plant 

Sher-Ron Jones Student Living 

Cheryl Jong Graduate Studies 
Mark Jordano Director, ITS 




Mark JubuliS, Ph.D. Political Science 

Harvey Kanter Student Development 

Mary Karg ITS 

Daniel Kelly Campus Police Csf Safety 

Philip Kelly. DA. English 

James Kelvington. Ph D Director. PtannedGtvin 

Kenneth KendZiOr Physical Plant 

Kenneth Kennett ITS 

Ron Kerman University Marketing 
Susan Kerner Student Living 
James Kiernan Football 
Min - Shik Kim. Ph.D. Nursing 
Julie Kimball Library 

Douglas King. Ph D English 
Kathleen Kingston. Ed D Education 

Lawrence KiskO Campus Police 6f Safety 

Daria Kitcey Distribution Services 
Juliana Kltevskl Student Living 
Suzanne Kitts Spa , „ n J Exer Science 
Terrance Kizma Director, Admissions 
Michelle Klemm Finance and Admin 
Martha Klemp Campus Police Is) Safety 

Emily Kleps Admv 

Constantlne Kliorys. Ph D Management 

Jeannine Kloecker Communication! 
Mern Beth Knappenberger Education 
Carolyn Knox Physician Assistant 
Elisa Konieczko. Ph D Biology 
Dana Kosko Health i 
Sharon Krahe Dii ■■ Aid 

Edward Krause, Ph D Theology 



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faculty and stafi 



jack. Kubok /Wr 
Carol Kugier m 
Nancy Mawi' • 
Nancy KUhont-. 
Janet Laboda . 
Andrew lapui : 

Chester laprice II Wl ft ■ 
Karen Larwm. Ph D (*g tMrmngUlMknixp 

Michael Latzer Ph D PMtfty 
Jeonnette Lee. Ph D Pbpud/7*mpr 

WOOkwOn Lee EJet (JC^mp Engineering 

• Legters Pbnutl Tbmpy 
Ryan Leonard Ph D Piyekmkgr 
Melissa iesn»- .■ 
Jo Ann Leute Cm 

Davtd LeVan OttufMlwmalThnfy 





IN THE CARDS 



I _.—■-.""» I * 







Education is all about the students. However, 
when you become Dean you lose a lot of the 
direct contact with students. So in order to stay 
in touch and impact the individual student, I have 
used their passion for cards to find a common 
ground for building relationships. Students and 
staff love to 'euchre' or 'beat' the Dean." 

"• During the lunch hour. Dean McCracken may be found 
playing a game of euchre in the lounge above Doc's Landing. 



Saly LeVan. PhD English 
Lynn Lewis shih: 
Sora Lichtenwolter. Ph D Social Work 
Kathleen Lieb Human /• 
Cynthia Liotta Radioing. 

Jiangxia Liu Ph D Amounting 

LindO Loader SluJrnt Development 

Emmett Lombard Libnaj 
Ned Lottie Hlji««f Ifix 

Karen Lumia Nursing 
Raymond Luniewski Pbmnud Plant 
Donald MocKelOT Eke. U Comp Engineering 
Jennifer Mailey I 

FonQ Mok . Ph D Eke. U Camp Engineering 
Joseph MakOWSkl Campus Polite C 

Jane Malin Cannon Pren 

CarlOS Mamani. Ph D Eoretgn Ijinguagei 
Cynthia Mancmi Human H 

Jack Marcus Eoreign language! 

Theodore Marnen c^impui I 

Patricia Marsha 
Anthony Martin Re, ■ 
Carolynn Masters. Ph D Dm* SJSJli 
Christine Matheis / < ■ Pom 

Todd Matlak AH 
Patricia Maughn aj- 
Lawrence Maxted / 
Gtorta McClelan Mm 
Ward McCrocke- 

Kenneth McCurdy Ph D Community (amirling 

James McGlvem. Ph D Biology 
Mary Sue Meobon Phmtna anJAimm 




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PEOPLE thd;ma-.20()S 



.CtQQ 






on )&o§ 




Ludwik Medeksza. Ph t 

Melissa Meit Ptanl 

Tony Melende/ Ptyrieaj Plant 

Gregory Miii 

Richard MtM 

Michael Messina. Ph D Marketing 

Debra Meszaros Cenlt ning 

Anthony Mi 

Teresa Michalski Student 1 

Gerard M 

Daniel Mllk< i . Plant 

Danielle Mlgneml AM 
Amanda Mlkesell Physical Plant 
Anita Miller ( 'nhtmiij AJvanctmtnt 
James Miller. DBA Accounting 
Scott Miller. J D Accounting 



Marguerite Millis Finasia and Admin 

Judith Mochoskay Library 

Arlene Montevecchlo Dfc, Cm. fir Sac. Conarm 

Richard Moodey. Ph D. Sociology 

Adam Mook SBDC 

Berwyn Moore English 

Marilyn Moore Registrars Office 

Daniel Morales Campus Police i 
Kara Morgan Center for Adult learning 

Lawrence Morgan SBDC 
Peter Morgan its 

Gregory Moski Provost's Office 

Dawna Mughal. Ph.D. Dutetia 
Charles Murphy Social Work 
Benjamin Nagle /7S 

Jon Nagle Campus Services 

Robert Nelsen, Ed D. Counselm. 
Barbara Niebauer SBDC 

David Nordquest, Ph.D. Philosophy 

Joseph Nordstrom SBDC 

Heidi Noyes Director. Commuter Life/REAP 
James Nunes Physical Plant 
Catherine Oakley Campus Center 
Lynne Oberle Occupational Therapy 







Patrick O'Connell. PhD Theology 
Johnson Olanrewaju. Ph D Ems. Science 
Patricia Oligeri Graduate Recruiting 
Raymond Olson Campus Police & Safety 
Michael O'Neill. J.D. Accounting 
Anne O'Neill-Klemensic Business Admin 
Gerald Orbanek Theology 
Ann Oshlick Occupational Therapy 

Thomas OstrOWSki. Ph.D. Political Science 

Steven Overholt SBDC 

Jesse Owen. Ph.D. Counseling /'■•. 

Benjamin Parker CDES 
Jennifer Patsy Student Living 

Leslie Patterson Experiential Education 

Jennifer Pearson Distribution Services 
Francis Pelczar. Ph D Chemistry 

Carol Perry Campaign Operations 

Melissa Peters (.'£77. 

Colin Petersen Athletics 

Melissa Peterson Nursing 

Constance Peterson-Miller Dirttt ■ ISO 

Cornell Petty Pbysital PUmt 

Edward Phillips. Ph D Biology 

Colin Pillay, DBA Finance 

Mitchell Piftsenbarger // S 

Jamie Plaster CI 1 1 

Patricia Pollifrone. Ph D Educatum 

Eric Pope so I /> 

Michele Porter University Marketing 

Robin Powers. Ph D Piychology 

Ronald Prescort Physical Plant 

Ryan Price At 



65 




faculty and staff 



Duone Prokop. DSl Ad 
Nicholas Pronko Cm?k- 

Potncio Puzor i 
Robin Quick EJmtm 
Judith Oulnia' 

Lisa Qumn Ph D 

B'lOgot Roger A 

RoDeri Rawding Ph WiWoj, 

John Re*y AibUiw 
Jufce Reniscr- • mm 

Joanne Revei' I 
Pomelo Reynolds. Ed D /»> 
Cheryl Rink Exfmm: 

Mary Rivera Ph D Tbttk gy 

BorDara Robert* 
Edword Roge'' 



SPOTLIGHT 






.-f-pi..ipn 



Steven Ropski. PhD Biology 
Luke Rosielle. Ph D Psychology 

NAchele Roth-Kouftman. J D /'• 

Laura Rutland. Ph D I 
Bradley Rzyczycki AA 

Edward Saloum ITS 

Chnstine Samuelson Cjiji.P 

Sharon Santia ( AAV 

Susan Sapone Biology 
Sreela Sasi. Ph D CIS 
EroldO Scocchrttl Camfut Polut Is 

Richard Schauer. Ph D Biology 
Aida Schneider I 

Audrey Scruton Communication 

Donald Sherman, Jr 
Beth Shick Dimtm. soi n 

JeSSiCa Short Finanir and Admin 

Fred Showolte' 
Mory Siblf . 

Moggie Sikora Admnnom 
Donna Skeiiy / • 

Grody Smith Phytuol Plant 
Homer Sn ' ngn Ctftrationi 

Penelope Smith. Ph C 

DeWoyne Soke 

Kurt Spence ITS 

JuM) Srnka Slitdrni /V- 

Connie Stahor ' 
Lour a Stotze* I 

David Sta'< 
Kory Stoutfer Ph D Sfmt a* 
Ion Steodmon ; 




A good teacher is not that ditferent from being 
a good actor. You have to do something to grab 
the attention of the audience, or students for that 
matter. When I am teaching here at Gannon, it 
feels like I am acting most of the time. {When on 
stage, however.} you can't diminish the rush you 
get from the applause." 

•" Dr Ropski is no stranger to acting! Over the past 20 years, 
the Erie Playhouse has cast him in thirteen productions. 



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PKOPLE thcl.uKc-.2008 




Scott Steinbrlnk. Ph D I 
Debra Steiner Dintter, SBDC 

Thomas Stolarski //\ 

Tracy Stolz .-/. 

George Strohmeyer Chaplain 1 * < 

William StrubW//. 

Suzanne Sturdlvant K.i.r 

George Sucha Education 

Chrlstianne Sukltsch Financial Aid 
Ramakrishnan Sundaram, Ph D Engineering 
Alan Swlgonski Director, Campus Center 
Andrew Szoszorek Physical Plant 
Mei-Huei Tang. PhD CIS 
Robert Tarkowski. Jr Ropirat ■ ■ 
Gail Tatalone Campm Polite Csf Safety 
Jeffrey Taylor Finance and Admin. 




Keith Taylor, PhD Provost d Vice Pntidmi 
Andrew Teets Purchasing U Material 

Robert Teliski EltC (s/Comp Engineering 

Lyubov Tereshchuk Physical Plant 
Darlene Theisen President Office 
Christine Thompson Physical Plant 

Sharon Thompson, Ph.D. Nursing 
Michael Tkach English 

David Tobin, Ph.D. Community Coumeling 
Cynthia Toland Campaign Operations 
Hamid Torab, Ph.D. Meth. Engineering 
Carmen Toscano Physical Plant 

Heather Turner Financial Aid 
Sheryl Tyzlnski CAjI.P. 
Thomas Upton, Ph.D. Philosophy 
Mary Vagula. Ph.D. Biology 

Karinna Vernaza. Ph.D. Meth. Engineering 

Miles Vida Admissions 
Christopher ViSCUSO Athletics 
Michael Vitale Physical Plant 

Theresa Vitolo, Ph.D. CIS 
John Vohlidka. Ph.D. History 
Thomas Wager ITS 

Linda Wagner VP, Finance and Admin. 




Stephen Wagner Athlete 

Michael Walmsley Physical Plant 

Ellen Walsh /; 

Stephen Washek Director, Campus Ministry 

Dorothy Wassel Human Resources 

Michael Wellington Physical Plant 

Lisa Wenner Admissions 

Deborah West Library 

Robin Westcott Admissions 

Karen Weston Criminal Justice 

Janice Whiteman Education 

Wesley Whiteside Admissions 

Bfigid Wilcox Health Services 

Michelle Wiley Academic Advising 

Jason Willow, Ph.D. Sport and Exer. Science 

Rebecca Willow. Ed.D. Comm. Counseling 

Brenda Wilson Finance and Admin. 
Alexander Wojtalik Director, Purchasing 
Julie Wolfe Finance and Admin. 
Casimir Wozniak, PhD Theology 

Bruce Wright Erie Chamber Orchestra 
Lynne Wright Center for Adult Learning 

Ray Wright At 

Yvonne Wright Physical Plant 

Wook-Sung Yoo. PhD ( IS 

John Young English 

RiChard ZaCk Recreation 

Lin Zhao, Ph D Eke, btComp Engineering 

Gang Zheng, PhD Elec (iComp. Engineering 

Ann Zielinski Science in Motion 

Douglas Zimmerman Director. Student Living 

Randall Zimmerman Athletics 



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undergraduates 



Zamen Abo-Zebiba 

Clayton Acker 

Amanda Adams 

Nathaniel Adams 

Andrew Agnew 

Danielle Ahlbrandt 

Courtney Aker 

Amanda Akin 

Tandranekia Akins 

Maitham Al-Bedhawi 

Jenna Alcorn 

Gilbert Alderman 

Robert Aldnch 

Christina Alexander 

Jeremy Alfieri 

Laurel Alhanati 



laeista 

Brian Allen 

Kanika Allen 

Donate Allison 

Carol Alonge 

Nayef Alqahtani 

Nasser Alsherman 

Kyle Altier 

Tera Alvut 

Sean Amicucci 

Sarah Amidon 

Deirdre Amos 

Aaron Anderson 

Brianna Anderson 

Reba Anderson 

Zane Anderson 

Richard Anderson 

Robert Anderson 

Caitlin Andrews 

Gail Andrews 

Kristen Andrews 

Christa Angelotti 

Ashley Angelucci 

Sarah Anthony 



Alexis Antoszewski 

Andrew Apperson 

Jamie Aquino 

Jason Ardillo 

John Armbruster 

Percy Artis Jr 

Yana Arutyunyan 

Dane Asp 

Jonathan Atkinson 

Sarah Aungst 

Anthony Austin 

Shannon Austin 

Kayla Aversa 

Asya Ayrapetov 

Kristin Babjak 

Jacqueline Bacco 

Abby Badach 

Elizabeth Bahny 

Anastasia Bahny 

Carolan Bailey 

Katelin Bailey 

Ashley Baird 

Kristen Baker 

Mirenea Baker 

Andrew Baker 

Sarah Baldensperger 

Jordan Balencic 

Amanda Ball 

Sunny Ball 

Christina Ballish 

Corinne Baiter 

Tyler Bandura 



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n t&n orj 





c\m& 




PKOIM.F. rhcl;ma\2008 



kellu 



Living on campus has allowed me to become fully 
immersed in the Gannon culture, making it easier to 
attend campus activities and to participate in various 
clubs. While being in the midst of all the action, I have 
made friendships that I would not trade for the world! 
On-campus living has enabled me to grow into a more 
independent young woman by strengthening my 
values and helping me take responsibility for myself." 




Charu Banga 
Jennifer Banks 
Erin Bannan 
Anakaren Barajas 
Fernando Barajas 
Kellie Barbe 
Daniel Bardo 
Nicole Bardwell 

Robert Barner 
Matthew Barnes 
Tomee Lyn Barnes 
Arthur Baron 
Christine Barrante 
Sarah Barthelmes 
Robert Bartley 
Alison Bartley 

Ann Bartman 
Lacey Bartoe 
Alison Battaglia 
Jared Battistoni 
Steven Bauer 
Jeffrey Bauer 
Richard Bauerle 
Jo Ann Bawol 






Valerie Bayer 
Jessica Beattie 
Jarrett Beavers 
Ross Becher 
Justine Beck 
Jessica Bedow 
Rachel Behrmann 
Holli Beighley 

Anthony Belch 
Ashley Bell 
Jennifer Belsole 
Sarah Benanti 
Albert Benedict III 
Ashley Benedict 
Joshua Benedict 
Alexandria Benn 

Jennifer Bennett 
Evan Bennett 
Edisa Berberkic 
Matthew Beres 
Megan Beresford 
Ashley Berkebile 
Kaylee Bernardini 
Zachary Bernazzoli 

Andrew Bernett 
Brianna Bernik 
Elizabeth Berringer 
Jessica Betzhold 
Benjamin Bevich 
Julieanne Beynon 
Brandon Bidwell 
Kassandra Bidwell 



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undergraduates 



Adam Biedrzycki 

Alex Bieier 

Cody Bienkowski 

Kathenna Bierbower 

Teague Bmtnm 

Richard Bish 

Zachary Bishop 



Ashley Bissell 

Alyssa Bixby 

Brian Blxby 

Brian Black 

Jessica Blackwell 

Taylor Blaetz 

Matthew Blair 



fLmdsey Blankenship 
Christina Blasi 
Amanda Blaskowski 
Amanda Bloom 
Angela Bobosky 
Elizabeth Bocan 
Lindsey Bocian 
Paige Bodenschatz 



Zachary Boedicker 

Steven Boehmer 

Erin Bogda 

Alexander Bogdanoff 

James Bojewski 

Christina Bojewski 

Mark Bonosky 

Shannon Bonsmann 

Danielle Booser 

Christine Borchick 

Cory Borden 

Kathryn Borkowski 

Allison Borland 

Jerrica Boroski 

Therese Borowy 

Jennifer Borsa 



Tiaralynn Borstorff 

Lynn Bosa 

Lindsay Bosley 

Chantelle Both 

Cmthya Botto 

Aaron Bove 

Lilya Bovkun 

Vitaliy Bovkun 

Tatyana Bovkun 

Rosemary Bowe 

Gregory Bowen 

Corey Bowers 

Margaret Bowser 

Ruthie Bowser 

Kelli Bowser 

William Boyd 

Jon Boyd 

Casey Boyd 

William Boylan 

Rebecca Boylan 

William Boyle 

Amy Bradbury 

Michelle Bradford 

Corey Bradley 

Tom Brado 

Shane Braendel 

Keyth Brandon 

Shayla Brasseli 

Angela Breegle 

Kelsey Bnckman 

Marc Bnghtman 

Lindsay Bnnchi 





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PEOPLE thelance.2008 



GOING GREEN 






The environmental awareness in Gannon's 
community has made great strides this year. Our 
new environmental club will be our love letter to the 
planet. I appreciate "going green" because we all 
have a responsibility to care for the gifts we have be 
given, especially Mother Nature. It is easy to see that 
everyone with little effort can make the world a better 
place to live." 




Derek Brower 
Kendall Brown 
Lisa Brown 
Nicole Brown 
Julie Brown 
Nancy Brown 
Nathalie-Ann Brown 
Ryan Brown 




Ashley Brown 
Vincent Bruce 
Craig Brumagin 
Lindsey Brungo 
Danielle Brunozzi 
Allison Bryan 
Katherine Bucceri 
Robert Buckner 

Stephanie Buhonick 
Kelley Bulisco 
Robert Bullion 
Timothy Bullis 
Bethany Bunce 
Abby Bunstine 
Jacqueline Burbules 
Dustin Burger 



Whitney Burkett 
Lynette Burkhart 
Chase Burnett 
Erin Burry 
Kristyn Burvid 
Jessica Bush 
Riley Buszek 
Janae Butler 

Brian Butti 
Travis Buzzell 
Sasha Byers 
Marlena Caban 
Caitlyn Cafini 
Kathleen Cahill 
Emily Cahill 
Ashlee Calandra 

Cara Calderone 
Adam Caldwell 
Sean Callaghan 
Rosie Callaghan 
Kelly Callahan 
Andrew Cameron 
Jason Camilo 
Lily Campbell 

Cara Campbell 
Kevin Campbell 
Leah Campbell 
Montana Canady 
Jenny Cangilla 
Jessica Capizzi 
Lindsay Caputo 
Beth Cardot 



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undergraduates 



Lisa Carey 

Andrew Carlin 

Lmdsey Carll 

Julie Carlson 

Melissa Carnahan 

Samantha Carne 

Andrea Carnicella 

Heather Carpenter 

Stacy Carpenter 

Stephanie Carrig 

Erin Carroll 

Carmen Carruba 

Robert Carter 

Isaac Cary 

Mallery Casale 

Amanda Casey 



Craig Catalf u 

Rachael Catalone 

Briana Catanese 

Penny Cattledge 

Maria Caulfield 

Meredith Cesare 

Patrick Cetina 

Gregory Chamberlin 

Brandon Chambers 

Natesha Champion 

Nikki Champion 

Ashley Chapman 

William Chapnick 

Jessica Charlton 

Daniel Chasky 

Ashley Cheeseman 

Brian Chelko 

Melanie Cherry 

Amanda Chess 

Mark Chiaramonte 

Sabrina Chirco 

Timothy Chivers 

Jennifer Chrispen 

Allison Christie 



Kyle Churman 

Carmen Ciampi 

Antonia Oanfrocco 

Angela Cipriani 

Catherine Cipriani 

Molly Ciscell 

Maria Citrmiti 

Amanda Ciurzynski 

Trevor Civiletto 

Lisa Clark 

Carly Clarke 

Deadna Clarke 

Maurice Clarke 

Elizabeth Clary 

Samantha Clawges 

Benjamin Cobbett 

Carl Cody 

Megan Coe 

Katherine Cogswell 

Kirsten Colaberardino 

Dawnitza Colaluca 

Bridget Cole 

Francesco Colella 

Amanda Colemon 

Levii Collins 

Rose Colt 

Kathleen Combopiano 

Kody Conklin 

Tncia Conley 

Christopher Connell 

John Connelly 

Maegan Connelly 



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PEOPLE thd.uHr.2oos 





i i. cb 



Leadership is not just a word or phrase, but an 
important part of my identity. Becoming an effective 
leader requires hard-work and dedication to an 
organization. Being an involved student leader on 
campus has help me create the foundation for my 
future. Leadership is not only being able to have 
control over a group or organization but being able to 
guide and teach individuals how to succeed." 



* 1<MiiBLk M 




Michelle Connor 

Khayree Connors-McChristian 

Troy Conquer 

Melissa Conti 

Angelica Contreras 

John Coogan 

Acacia Cook 

Kevin Cook 



Heidi Coon 
Allyce Cooper 
Rosemary Cooper 
Kellie Cope 
Erin Copland 
Laura Corathers 
Diane Corey 
Taylor Corn 

Kylie Cornelius 
Colleen Corrigan 
Amanda Coscarelli 
Katharine Costlow 
Brent Coughenour 
Brian Cowan 
Jessica Cowher 
Tierica Crawford 



Angela Creviston 
Elissa Criner 
Rachel Cringoli 
Nicolette Critelli 
Tiffany Crocker 
Brad Crolli 
Heather Cropp 
Jonathan Cross 

Mallory Croston 
Brandon Crum 
John Csir 
Meaghan Culver 
Katherine Cunningham 
Meghan Curiale 
Ryan Curran 
Cameron Curry 

Shaundra Curtis 
Lauren Cusimano 
Matt Cuthbert 
Elizabeth Cutia 
Christopher Cuviello 
Amanda Dacek 
Paul Daft 
Amanda Dailey 

Robert Dale 
Ashley Dalonzo 
Melissa DAngelo 
Chris Daniels 
Kellyanne Danfoni 
Christina DAntoni 
Toni Daurelio 



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Luke Davidoff 

Matthew Davis 

Genevieve Davis 

Nicole Davis 

Jacki Davison 

Megan Dawley 

Katie De Pew 



Angelica De Rosa 

Jesse Dean 

Nicholas Deane 

Lauren Debick 

Nelae Dechurch 

Miranda Deering 

Manssa DeFonde 



)rew Deimel 

Jesse Delach 

Sandra Dellaauila 

Gregory Delost 

Vincent Deluca 

Destin DeMarion 

Matthew Demenik 

Ashley Demenik 

Thomas DeMillion 

Mark Demski 

Andrew Derke 

Leanna Derrick 

Stephanie Derrick 

Brad DesLauriers 

Jeremy Detsch 

Kristin Devlin 

Julie Devus 

Heath Dewalt 

Rebecca DeWeese 

Dennyse Dezsi 

Nathaniel Dibble 

Justine Dickinson 

Brittany Dickson 

Julian DiGilio 



Richard DiLoreto 

Eric Dmga 

Anthony DiPasqua 

Kevin Dishner 

Jeremy Ditzler 

Robbie Dixon 

Colleen Dixon 

Charles Doane 

Nicole Dohoda 

Jessica Domis 

Matthew Domitrovich 

Emma Donathen 

Christopher Donnelly 

Albert D'Onofrio 

Casey Dorsey 

Corey Dotchin 

Sarah Dougan 

Rachelle Downey 

George Doyle 

Garrick Drabma 

Ryan Dragoone 

John Dnscoll 

Lindsay Dnscoll 

Ian Druetto 

Nicole Dubois 

Michael Duffy 

Crista Duffy 

Stephanie Dugas 

Katie Dunlavey 

Aaron Dunmyre 

Brandon Dunmyre 

Hannah Dunn 



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Joining the Gannon choir made adjusting to college 
an easier transition, allowing me to regain an 
important part of my life which I had lost after high 
school, The Gannon choir has enabled me to become 
more aware of my surroundings and increased my 
involvement with campus activities. This experience 
has boosted my confidence level and helped me feel 
right at home." 



Cassandra Dunn 
Alyssa Durkin 
Angela Durkin 
Christina Dyckes 
Jonathan Dziomba 
Christina Eakin 
Bret Easley 
Allison Eckert 

Howard Eckert 
Jeremy Eckhardt 
Amanda Eckhart 
Lauren Eckman 
Gregory Eddins 
Trenae Egan 
Destiny Egnot 
Molly Eimer 



Ford Eisenman 
Sara Eisert Wlodarczyk 
Renee Eismont 
Ashley Eliason 
Sharath Elichipuram 
Lindsey Einikar 
Ryan Elser 
Matthew Ely 



Michael Engro 
Jarret Engstrom 
Melissa Engstrom 
Kassie Enos 
Sean Eperjesi 
Mary Eshenour 
Stephen Espinet 
Evan Euler 

Gregory Evanoff 
Staci Evans 
Kimberly Fabrizio 
Ashley Faipler 
Tracy Fair 
Robert Fanto 
Max Farrah 
Ryan Farrell 

Ellen Farrington 
Hillary Faryna 
Olufoyeke Fasakin 
Alexander Faucher 
Ashley Faulkner 
Caitlin Feeney 
Samantha Feezle 
Marissa Feikles 

Stephen Feikls 
Megan Ferguson 
Sarah Ferri 
Matthew Ferrie 
Allyssa Ferriell 
Miranda Fetterman 
Stephanie Fetzner 
Ashley Field 




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Matthew Fildes 

Maureen Filipowicz 

Alyssa Filley 

Whitney Finch 

Hannah Fmegan 

Kathryn Fmnerty 

Anthony Firetto 

Joshua Fischer 

Kendall Fischer 

Lisa Fischer 

John Fish 

Emily Fisher 

Allison Fisher 

Shannon Fitzgerald 

Caitlm Fitzgibbon 

Gregory Fix 



Brett Flahe 

Erica Flanders 

Tara Flatley 

Paul Fledderman 

Amanda Flick 

Joshua Florentine 

Harvey Flowers 

Jessica Foertsch 

Kelly Foley 

Kaitlyn Foley 

Elizabeth Foil 

Christopher Fonner 

Neal Ford 

Kiersten Foreback 

Courtney Foringer 

Timothy Forster 

Elizabeth Foster 

Leslie Foster 

Julie Foster 

Michael Foti 

Nicholas Foti 

Sean Fouse 

Anna Foust 

Jaclyn Fox 




Nicole Fox 

Cassandra Fox 

Devon Fragello 

Tara Franitti 

Alex Frank 

Robin Franz 

Kaeh Freeborough 

Kristina Freeman 

Ashley Frego 

Knsten Fries 

Katherine Frioni 

Sarah Fritz 

Matthew Froehlich 

Alix Frombach 

Christopher Frye Jr 

Nathan Fuenffinger 

Stephen Fuhrman 

Mindy Fulcher 

Justin Furiga 

Kenneth Fye 

Andrew Gaba 

Morgan Gaetano 

Veronica Gather 

Matthew Galbo 

Meagan Gallagher 

Melinaa Gamble 

Sarah Gamel 

Damian Garcher 

James Gardner 

Tiffany Gardner 

Caitlin Gardner 

Danielle Garner 



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mi chaa- 



win always cherish my time as a seminarian because 
it has helped me to grow into the man that God is 
calling me to be. The hardest thing about being in this 
position is believing with all your heart that Christ is 
leading you in the direction He wants you to go. I love 
my brother seminarians and will continue to pray that 
more people will answer Christ's call to "follow me.'" 




Alex Garrant 
Jonathan Garrick-Whiley 
Matthew Gartler 
Stephanie Gastel 
Sarah Gates 
Jennifer Gathercoal 
Morgan Gaylor 
Michael Gdanetz 

Alex Gehrlein 
Samuel Geldmaker 
Ryan Genard 
Sarah Gerard 
Mathias German 
Nora Gero 
Lori Gerringer 
Brian Gibbs 

Todd Gibson 
Cody Gideon 
Daniel Giegerich 
Kayla Gilhousen 
Gregory Gillespie 
Laura Gillis 

Nickolas Gillombardo 
Matthew Gilson 



Timothy Ginnery 
Jamie Gionfriddo 
Amanda Glaspell 
Ashley Gleason 
Courtney Gledhill 
Jamie Gluvna 
Sarah Goard 
Lacey Godwin 

Alyssa Goetzinger 
Levar Goff 
Kyle Goldcamp 
Elise Golden 
Elaine Golz 
Kevin Gomolchak 
Ian Goodberlet 
Kelly Goodrich 

Justin Goodwill 
Lacey Goodwin 
Michael Gornick 
Evan Gould 
Scott Grack 
Vincent Graham II 
Kathleen Graham 
Justin Granger 

Phillip Grant 
Andre Graves 
Dominiaue Graves 
Shaunya Green 
Adam Green 
Carol Greenhill 
Gretchen Greiner 
Benjamin Griffith 



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undergraduates 



Emily Griffith 

Michael Grimes 

Allen Grimm 

Daniel Grochulski 

Antony Groh 

Christopher Groh 

Kellie Gromacki 



Jean Groner 

Megan Gross 

Peter Grouios 

Sarah Gudgeon 

Chastity Guerrero 

Michelle Guianen 

Alexis Guiste 




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Leslie Guthrie 

Adam Gwin 

Stefanie Haft 

Nicholas Hagerman 

Brian Hahn 

Christopher Haight 

Jamie Haines 

Jonelle Hairston 

Haris Halilovic 

Alexandra Hail 

Justine Hall 

Ashley Hall 

Miranda Hall 

Courtney Halstead 

Jonathan Halter 

Heather Hammer 

Amanda Hamorsky 
Ryan Hancox 
Melissa Hanely 
Darcie Hanitz 
Joshua Hanley 
Emily Hanovick 
Katelyn Hansen 
Courtney Harden 



Eric Harpster 

Ross Harrington 

Raynard Harris Jr 

Preston Harris 

Chelsea Harrison 

Jonathan Hartle 

Rachel Hartman 

Kevin Hartung 

Annlyn Harvey 

Erica Hassen 

Caleb Hatch 

Danielle Hauck 

Matthew Hawryliw 

Andrew Hay 

Brooke Hayes 

Stacey Hayes 

Daniel Hazlett 

Francis Hazlett 

Seth Hazlett 

Cormne Heard 

Toni Heater 

Mike Heath 

William Hecht 

David Heckman 



Aimee Hegel 

Matthew Heii 

Matthew Heitzenrater 

Joseph Hellmann 

Nicole Heisley 

Shannon Hemphill 

Peggy Hemstreet 

Kyle Hendricks 



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Being in Sigma Sigma Sigma has made me a stronger 
and more passionate person. I have found my 
true being, and discovered so much about myself, 
have learned to embrace my individual beliefs 
and appreciate those of others. I have grown to 
appreciate the strong bonds and lifetime memories I 
have made with all my sisters. Sorority life has been the 
perfect puzzle piece of my college years." 




Brian Hennessy 
Jonathan Henry 
Kara Hensley 
Rachel Hepler 
Bethany Herbold 
Erin Herhold 
Zachary Herman 
Samantha Herrmann 

Kerry Hersch 
Robert Hersch 
Elizabeth Hess 
Kayla Hess 
Roberta Hibbler 
Chad Hienz 
James Higgins 
Ashley Highhouse 



Hallie Hilinski 
Michaela Hillegas 
Frank Hiller 
Michael Himes 
Jodi Hindman 
Emilie Hirt 

Amanda Hixenbaugh 
Theodore Hoag 




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Brittany Hobbins 
Christopher Hoderny 
Nicole Hoffa 
Heather Hoffman 
Kolten Hoffman 
Ashley Hoffman 
Lindsay Hoffman 
Lora Hohman 

Ross Hollenbeck 
Lindsay Hollerman 
Kathleen Holmes 
Katlyn Holmes 
Sarah Holt 
Lauren Holtz 
Larissa Homchenko 
Charles Honan 

London Hoobler 
Lindsey Hood 
Scott Hoover 
Meghan Hope 
Sara Hopson 
Laura Horneman 
John Horton 
David Hotkowski 

Danielle Houston 
Courtney Hovis 
Kyle Hovis 
Samantha Hovis 
Zachary Howard 
Pierre Howard 
Melissa Howe 



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undergraduates 



Lindsay Howe 

Daniel Howell 

Jacaueime Hranica 

Jacob Hubbell 

Cody Huffman 

David Hugar 

Rebecca Hull 

Jessica Hultberg 

Steven Humansky 

Daniel Hunt 

Cale Hunter 

Kaitlm Hunter 

Laura Hunter 

Steven Hunter 

Devm Hunzeker 

Benjamin Hurd 



Meghan Hurley 
Jillian Hurta 
Ismail Husain 
Whitney Huston 
Cameron Hutcherson 
Shauna Hutchinson 
Michael Hytla 
Rachel Ignasiak 

Sandra Imamovic 

Christopher Irwin 

Sony Issac 

Kari Izbicki 

Amanda Jackel 

Ashleigh Jackett 

Michael Jackson 

Amanda Jahoda 

Amanda James 

Andrea Janis 

Allysa Jankowski 

Emily Jankowski 

Kimberly Janosko 

Ashley Jarboe 

Michael Jarosinski 

Jesse Jassak 



Danielle Jean-Baptiste 

Carlo Jemison 

Samantha Jenkins 

Stephanie Jennings 

Patrick Jennings 

Amanda Jerashen 

Kenneth Jespersen 

Dharmista Jethva 

Maria Jimenez 

Michael Jodon Jr. 

George Johnson 

Amanda Johnson 

Lisa Johnson 

Thomas Johnson 

Jessi Johnson 

Gail Johnston 

Megan Johnston 

Christopher Jonda 

Aimee Jones 

Melissa Jones 

John Jones II 

Katherine Jones 

Allison Jones 

Jessica Jordan 

Ashley Joyce 

Adnenne Joyce 

Tiffany Joyce 

Amanda Juchno 

Janelle Juda 

Zachary Judah 

Nicholas Kaiser 

Robert Kaiser 



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As a Knight Caller, I have broadened my circle 
of friends, working with both upperclassmen and 
underclassmen, as well as people outside of my major, 
socialize with many of my co-workers outside of work. 
Through my job, I am also able to represent the 
University by giving tours at Open House and meeting 
with prospective students. Being a Knight Caller has 
definitely shaped my time here at Gannon." 



Julie Kaliszewski 
Casey Kalivoda 
Christina Kaminski 
Gary Kaminski 
Jubi Kappil 
Allison Karan 
Timea Kardos 
Kristopher Karkoski 

Gina Karpac 
Nicole Kasiorek 
Primaldeep Kaur 
Kaylee Kebort 
Michelle Keck 
Diana Keder 
Sean Keenan 
Mallorie Keicher 

Amanda Keller 
Shane Kelley 
Michelle Kelly 
Jessica Kelly 
Robert Kelly Jr. 
Timothy Kelly 
Brandi Kelly 
Mark Kendrick 



Amber Kendziora 
Alton Kenner 
Krystal Kennett 
Heather Kenny 
Ashley Kent 
Jessica Kenzie 
Heidi Kepner 
Kathleen Kesselem 

Paul Kessler 
Abby Kibler 
Samantha Kiefer 
Carol Kienzl 
Connor Kimball 
Stephanie Kimmy 
Amanda Kindzia 
Kelsey King 

Amanda King 
Debbie Kinnard 
Brandon Kipp 
Hannah Kirby 
Elliot Kistler 
Erin Kistler 
Jenna Kittner 
Andrew Klass 

Julie Kleber 
Jonathan Klein 
Aaron Kleps 
Jennifer Kline 
Chelsey Klube 
Amanda Knaus 
Warren Kneib 



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Patrick Kniesler 

Cory Knight 

Clifton Knuth 

Elspeth Koehle 

Jacqueline Koehle 

Hannah Koenig 

Peyton Koenig 



Shelley Kojancie 

Joseph Kolano 

Eric Komar 

Stephanie Komorek 

Christopher Kondzielski 

Denine Konwmski 

Emily Koons 



Michael Koprowski 

Katie Kosobucki 

Emily Kosobucki 

Stanislav Kostenko 

Georgiy Kotanchiyev 

Elena Kovalevich 

Melissa Kowalczyk 

Cory Kowalski 

Kris Kozar 

Kyle Kozik 

Kathleen Kraft 

Kinsey Krah 

John Krakowski 

Dana Kramer 

Megan Kramer 

Brian Kraus 

Bethany Kraus 

Joseph Kreydt 

Michael Krivansky 

Danielle Krol 

Ellen Krol 

Men Krso 

Mirsad Krso 

Nathan Kruluts 



Lindsey Mane Kruse 

Stanley Krysiak 

Alycia Krzykowski 

Kara Kubeja 

Nathan Kubeldis 

Jennifer Kuhn 

Ashley Kujbus 

Kristma Kuklinski 

Andrea Kulick 

Stephen Kuligowski Jr 

Aditya Kumar 

Lauren Kuntz 

Jeffrey Kurek 

Lindsey Kurtz 

Kyle Kuser 

Cortney Kusmierski 

Luke Kuzmish 

Craig Kwiatkowski 

Jill Laboda 

Michael LaCastro 

Lauren LaCute 

Jason Ladouceur 

Stephanie Lamo 

Keisey Laks 

Knsta Lam 

Amy LaManna 

Andrew Lamb 

Lisa Lamperski 

Rochelie Landis 

David Landry 

Stephanie Lane 

Halsey Lamewicz 





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My three years at Gannon University have been 
filled with academic, personal and spiritual growth, 
providing me with new interests, opportunities and 
challenges. Though spare time is rare during the 
semester I particularly enjoy being active in Campus 
Ministry and at The Gannon Knight. I also enjoy 
spending time and strengthening relationships with 
family, friends and those who are important to me." 




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Megan Lano 
Eric Lanzel 
John Lapaglia 
Lee Larsen 
Kristen Laskowsk 
Ashley Lasky 
Kyle Lassak 
Afrim Latifi 



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Mark Lauffer 
Frank Lauria 
Shane Lavin 
Stephanie Lawrence 
Noelle Lawrence 
Keith Lawrence 
Sarah Lawton 
Irena Lazarevic 

Holly Lazor 
Gregory Lazzara 
Anthony Lecker 
Lauren LeClere 
Shannon Lee 
Michaela Leffler 
Matthew Lehman 
Corinne Leichtenberger 



Rebecca Lelonek 
Chelsea Lenaway 
Ivan Lendyel 
Nicholas Leofsky 
Leila Lepore 
Allison Lesser 
Adam Leuschen 
Nicholas Leute 

Lisa Levin 
Sara Levine 
Jeffrey Levy 
Mindy Lewis 
Maggie Lewis 
Saul Leyva II 
Nicholas Licskai 
Lauren Lidey 

Justin Liggett 
Christy Lilly 
Meredith Lilly 
Joshua Linamen 
Jennifer Lindberg 
Max Lindenberger 
Joe Lindsey 
Katelyn Linz 

Anne Lipford 
John Little 
Emily Livingston 
Stephanie Loader 
Jason Lobdell 
Erin Lochner 
Andrew Locy 
Stephanie Lohr 



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undergraduates 



Robert Lombardo 

Jenna Lombardo 

Andrew Lorei 

Kyleen Lorei 

Venera Loshoj 

Dofina Loshaj 

Heidi Lott 

Kimberly Lovetro 

Jessica Lovick 

Justin Lowe 

John Lozoraitis 

Amy Luckenbach 

Jack Ludwig 

Ben Luebbert 

James Luzier 

Matthew Lynch 



Emily Lynch 

Katy Lynn 

Patrick Mack 

Carl Mackey Jr. 

Timothy Mackey 

Adam Madun 

Terryn Mague 

Shannon Mahoney 

Megan Major 

Anthony Maknnos 

Alan Maldet 

Kristopher Maleski 

Dayna Malinak 

Antonio Malito 

Daniel Ma|ovec 

Joel Mallard 

Tamara Malone 

Christopher Manderino 

Robin Mangel 

Denise Mankoski 

Keith Maraffa 

Isaac Marc 

Talisa Marchese 

W Angela Marini 



Ellen Markiewicz 

Courtney Maroney 

Ryan Marovich 

Wendy Marsh 

Autumn Marshall 

Edward Marshall 

Kortney Marszalek 

Jared Marthaler 

Amber Martin 

Danielle Martin 

Jennifer Martin 

Megan Martin 

Jay Martinez 

Stephanie Martinez 

James Martz II 

Anne Masilunas 

Knstyn Massafra 

Brett Mathieson 

Zachary Mattern 

Geoffrey Mattocks 

Michelle Maule 

Astasia May 

Matthew Mayoglou 

Alisa Mazak 

Jennifer McAlister 

Jill McAninch 

Heidi McBride 

Brittany McCall 

Emilee McClain 

Sabra McCleary 

Sara McClellan 

John McClelland 





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As an international student I have solidified the true 
essence of who I am and what I want to pursue after 
my time at Gannon. This experience has diversified 
my life, opened up my eyes, and sensitized my mind 
about the importance and roles of other individuals 
in society. My beliefs and practices have been 
strengthened while I have come to understand and 
accept other cultures." 







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Marie McClelland 
Ericka McCloy 
Kaitlin McConnell 
Mollie McConnell 
Sean McCracken 
Ward McCracken 
Kevin McCullough 
Kristen McCullough 

Ashley McDonald 
Robert McDonald 
Kevin McElhaney 
Janie McElhinny 
Elizabeth McElroy 
Kelly McFate 
Kelly McGill 
Connor McGrail 

Niall McGrath 
Kayla McGregor 
Ali McGuire 
Patrick McGuire 
Katie McGuire 
Chris Mclntyre 
Zack McKendree 
Mattie McKines 



Ashley McKowan 
Jeremiah McLaughlin 
Ashley McLellan 
Kayla McMinn 
Adam McMullen 
Megan McMunigle 
Corey McMurray 
Kathleen McNellie 

David McQuiston 
Molly Meagher 
Kristan Mealy 
Bradley Mealy 
Paul Meccariello 
KariAnn Mech 
Mitchel Meighen 
Julie Mellin 

Brian Menzies 
Kelsey Merry 
Krista Mershimer 
Cy Messmer 
Lisa Meyer 
Zachary Michael 
Holli Michaels 
Alyssa Mick 

Kelly Miele 
Jamie Miller 
Jennifer Miller 
Monica Miller 
Ashley Miller 
Grant Miller 
Shawn Miller 
Michele Miller 






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undergraduates 



Noelle Miller 

Christopher Miller 

Taryn Millerd 

Miriah Millis 

Samuel Millspaw 

Adam Mmnaugh 

Kevin Minor 



Michael Mion 

Michael Misoff 

Valerie Moeller 

Anthony Mollise 

Elizabeth Molloy 

Anna Monahan 

Brandon Monin 



londoa Monono 

Michael Monschein 

Thomas Montaglione 

Sasha MonteTeone 

Ashley Moore 

Bnttney Moore 

Michael Moore 

Jessica Moore 

Ben Moore 

Julienne Moots 

Amanda Moran 

Christine Morelli 

Christina Morelli 

Matthew Morelli 

Alexandra Morgan 

Nicole Morgan 

Joseph Morgan 

Joshua Morgan 

Ashley Morley 

Sara Morris 

Angela Morrone 

Kasey Morrow 

Elizabeth Morse 

Ashley Morton 



John Mosinski 

Vincent Mosley 

Nicole Mottillo 

Jessica Mountain 

Abigail Mowrer 

Kevin Mowry 

Lisa Moxley 

Jonathan Muddle 

Johanna Mulcahy 

Mallone Mulhearn 

Zachery Mulligan 

Jonathan Munn 

Christopher Murphy 

Brendan Murray 

Shannon Murray 

Meghan Murrer 

Molly Murrer 

Allison Murtha 

James Musser 

Kristin Myers 

Meghan Nagle 

Chelsey Nagle 

Breanne Nalipa 

Gregory Naranjo 

Maria Nasca 

Artem Nasibyan 

Eric Neal 

Renate Neal 

Matthew Neal-Mmk 

Mark Neel 

Jonathan Neenan 

Kayla Nelson 





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There is no greater thrill than playing a sport which 
nvolves stealth, teamwork, and hitting your opponent 
or best friend with a 200MPH ball of justice. Paintballing 
improves not only physical and mental coordination, 
but also has helped me build character and allowed 
me to participate in a brotherhood. I feel as though the 
benefits of paintball are highly numbered, unfortunately 
our club can only play on the weekends." 




Stacy Nelson 
Jacob Nemchick 
David Nesselhauf 
Nathan Newara 
Jessica Newara 
Jennifer Newsom 
Melinda Neyman 
Zaw Latt Ng 

Bich-Van Nguyen 
Terrence Nicholson 
Danielle Niedzielski 
Justin Nodes 
Carrie Nolan 
David Notarangelo 
Angela Novak 
Adam Nowosielski 

Mark Nuara 
Cassandra Nunez 
Matthew Nuzzi 
Molly Oakes 
Eugene Oberst 
Eileen Obrien 
Christopher O'Brien 
Mack Ochs 






Shannon O'Connor 
Matthew O'Donnell 
Jacklyn Oesmann 
Carmen Ogrodnik 
Devon O'Hern 
Kristin O'Hern 
Lauren Ohr 
Amy Oligeri 

Stephanie Oligeri 
Adrienne Olszak 
Kevin O'Malley 
Katelyn O'Malley 
Kadie Ondrus 
Evan O'Polka 
Michaelyn Orlando 
Nicholas Orlando 

Corey Ormsbee 
Jenevieve Orr 
Brooke Orris 
Nichole Orsini 
Emily Oswald 
Stefanie Otten 
Ashley Overbeck 
James Overly 

Michelle Owczarczak 
Katelyn Pacansky 
Talia Pacley 
Sara Palermo 
Michael Palmero 
Darold Palmore 
Brittney Pamula 
Lauren Panchak 



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undergraduates 



Thomas Panighetti 

Lisa Pannaparayil 

Alexandra Papapanu 

Joseph Paravati 

Mark Parous 

Quilia Park 

Andrew Parker 

Aaron Parker 

Matthew Parks 

Hope-Anne Parks 

Tiffani Parks 

Juliet Parry 

Anthony Parsons 

Glenn Pascarella 

Christopher Paskie 

Sarah Passerotti 




Heather Patterson 

Benjamin Paul 

Emily Paul 

Kathleen Paulett 

legan Pawlikowski 

Joseph Pawlowskl 

Gladys Payne 

Shaquana Payne 

Matthew Payne 

Michael Pechie 

Veronica Pecora 

Michelle Pecoraro 

Ellie Pelensky 

Alyssa Pelinsky 

Carolyn Penn 

Andrew Pennock 
Lisa Peretich 
Michael Perez 
Rebecca Perry 
Robert Perry 
Alexander Perz 
Nicole Peters 
Brenna Peters 



Richard Peterson 

Anthony Petrella 

Tomar Pettis 

Jennifer Pezdek 

Lauren Pezzino 

Jessica Pfaff 

Kristin Phillips 

Bridger Philson 

Aimee Pialet 

Laura Piazza 

Jennifer Picciano 

Cassandra Piccione 

Michael Piccinlli 

Adnanna Piccone 

Rebekah Pickett 

Terma Pierce 

Jaimie Pierce 

Liana Pierce 

Michael Pietrowski 

Ryan Pietrowski 

Ian Pifer 

Megan Pilar 

Paige Pilewski 

Michael Piper 

Casee Piquet 

LeeAnn Pisarcik 

Kendra Plackemeier 

Chelsea Pluta 

Somreth Po 

Stephen Polmski 

Katelyn Polhce 

Anthony Poma 




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ON POLITICS 









I have had many experiences that have influenced my 
worldview, but few as profoundly as that of observing 
politics. I have great faith in the American system of 
government. In the end, I really believe that power is 
best when it rests in the hands of the people. I hope 
we will always have the courage to stand up for our 
freedom and our faith. God Bless!" 




Matthew Pontoriero 
Rachel Pope 
Michael Pope 
Randl Porter 
David Postwaite 
Stephanie Potts 
Michael Powell 
Megan Powers 

Scott Powers 
Maneesha Pradhan 
Anthony Prencipe 
Carrie Presutti 
Anthony Pribonic 
Roxanne Proch 
Merissa Proch 
Maire Prybyl 

Margo Puhala 
Mara Pusateri 
Theodore Pynos 
Stephanie Quigley 
Emily Quinn 
Robert Quinn 
Michael Quinn 
Megan Quinn 






Ashley Rabell 
Michael Raco 
Breanne Radin 
Gregory Radwan 
Kristen Rajczak 
Matthew Rakowski 
Jenna Ralicki 
Casey Rail 

Elizabeth Ramey 
Kaitlyn Ramey 
Jennifer Ramp 
Danielle Ramus 
Erin Randolph 
Brian Rankin 
James Rankin Jr. 
Lindsey Rapela 

Weeraphan Rattanakorn 
Karen Reardon 
Justin Reaves 
Michelle Rebar 
Jacob Reed 
Trent Reed 
Tyler Reed 
Kaitlyn Reed 

Sandra Rees 
Jamie Reese 
Erica Reeves 
Gwenaolyn Regal 
Nicholas Reggi 
David Reichard 
Shelly Reichard 
Matthew Reichert 



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undergraduates 



Tiffany Reichert 

Shamus Reimold 

Douglas Reinard 

Stephen Remsel 

Jenna Reitz 

David Renne 

Carh Renner 



Angela Rentschler 

Michael Resurrecaon 

Joshua Reynolds 

Monica Reynolds 

Ross Reynolds 

Jason Rhing 

Jlllian Rhoads 



Anoia Rhodes 

Daniel Rice 

Clarice Richards 

Ashuwa Richardson 

Jonathan Richardson Jr 

Karl Richardson 

Anna Richter 

Lauren Ridley 



Mary Riedy 
Mark Rieger 
Rhonda Rihel 
Donald Riley 
Lisa Ripper 
Scott Rittenhouse 
Justin Rivera 
Natasha Rivera 

Traci Rizzo 

Marcus Roach 

John Roach 

Kathryn Robbins 

Bryan Robinson 

Amanda Roche 

Michael Rodgers 

Sylvia Rodriguez 



Krystal Roehng 

Casey Rogers 

Andrew Rojek 

Jessica Romanias 

Heather Ropeiewski 

Meaghan Ropski 

Ashley Rose 

Douglas Rosenguest 

Julie Ross 

Daniel Ross 

Nicole Ross 

Melissa Ross 

Stephanie Ross 

Gregory Rosser 

Lienn Rossman 

Anthony Rotello 

Allison Rothlisberger 

Sarah Rountree 

Kelley Rouse 

Dana Rousseau 

Chad Rowan 

Courtney Rowan 

Breann Rowles 

Deanna Rubenstem 

Melissa Ruble 

Grace Rufo 

Lonann Ruggiero 

Kyle Runge 

Leah Rusbarsky 

Dustin Russ 

Teonna Russell 

Thomas Russo 




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COMMUNITY 



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Living in community has allowed me to grow as an 
individual and as a member of a close group. This 
lifestyle has given me the opportunity to deepen my 
faith and grow into a stronger person. I have grown a 
lot in my faith within community living because there 
is a support system to help and challenge me. This 
year, in the Catholic House community I have also 
deepened my self-understanding." 




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Matthew Ruston 
Keira Rutherford 
Caitlin Ryan 
Beth Ryan 
Robert Rybat 
Rachel Rzymek 
John Sabol 
Daniel Sanchez 

Michael Sanders 
Molly SanJule 
Andrea Sanner 
Shamai Santiago 
Christopher Santucci 
Jessica Saunders 
Michael Saunders 
Rose Savnik 

Calla Savoia 
Leann Saxe 
Ashley Sayles 
Stephen Scales 
Robert Scalise 
Aifonso Scandrett 
Abby Schaefer 
Kristin Schalk 



Anne Schauerman 
Kerry Scheck 
Brittney Schied 
Jessica Schigel 
Jacquelyn Schigel 
Craig Schill 
Derek Schimp 
Kimberly Schlindwein 

Farren Schmitt 
Terri Schmitt 
Zachary Schmucker 
Sarah Schneider 
Bradley Schnell 
Michael Schnell 
Joanne Schnell 
Jenna Schreiner 

Jessica Schrock 
Jeffrey Schroeder 
Jacob Schultz 
Eric Schumacher 
Krista Schunk 
Amanda Schuster 
Kristin Schutte 
Matthew Schutz 

Adrienne Schwartz 
Colleen Schwarz 
Savannah Schweitzer 
Stephanie Schwemmer 
Courtney Schwenk 
Danielle Sciandra 
Christian Scott 
Jacob Scott 



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undergraduates 



Michele Seaman 

Nicholas Seaar 

Jeffrey Seddon 

Mara Sedlock 

Nafalie Seibert 

Adrienne Sekerak 

Almir Selimovic 

Eva Selker 

Erich Sernelka 

Julie Senita 

Andrew Senkaiski 

Kelley Senkaiski 

Kathleen Sexton 

Brittany Seyler 

Travis Shaffer 

Tiffany Shaffer 




Jeffrey Shaffer 

Tnsha Shallenbarger 

Amanda Shannon 

Benjamin Shannon 

Sara Shane 

Ryan Sharkey 

Robert Shearer 

Michael Sheehan 

Daniel Shephard 

Cara Sherman 

Benjamin Sherry 

Scot Shilling 

Esther Shin 

Nicole Shingledecker 

Jasmine Shinko 

David Shirilla 



Rebekah Shorts 
Jordan Shouey 

t-<~"briel Shreckengost 
Katherine Shreve 
Frank Shultz 
Talia Sibert 
Alexander Sibley 
Megan Sibley 



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Stephanie Sidelmger 

Ashley Sieniawski 

Rafael Silva 

Jennifer Silvaggi 

Andrea Simmons 

Ashley Simmons 

Dmitny Simonoff 

Alisha Simpson 

Carrie Sisson 

George Sisson Jr 

Richard Sitter 

Russell Sivetz 

Jennifer Sivik 

Carey Siwek 

Aida Ska|ic 

Almir Skajic 

Holly Skinner 

Anne Skirtich 

Elyse Skowronek 

Sarah Skraba 

Adam Skrzypczak 

Jessica Slonaker 

Deana Smith 

Jerry Smith 

Wesley Smith Jr 

Njel Smith 

Thomas Smith 

Cameron Smith 

Heather Smith 

Jacobe Smith 

Sara Smith 

Shelby Smith 



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wanted to have the best experience I could while 
at Gannon, and the way to do this for me was by 
entering a fraternity. Everyone gets along well in the 
Greek community; it is a friendship that will last for 
a lifetime. I am very proud to be Greek... basically 
because it opens the door to so many opportunities. 
It is an accomplishment which distinguishes me from 
other students!' 




Evan Smith 
Christopher Smolinski 
Angela Snider 
Gretchen Snyder 
Ellie Snyder 
Eugene Snyder Jr. 
David Snyder 
Katie Snyder 

Amber Sobieralski 
Christina Sochor 
Patrick Soeder 
Matthew Soffel 
Amy Sontheimer 
Alana Sopko 
Michael Sornberger 
Geoffrey Spaulding 

Mackenzie Speer 
Douglas Speir 
Amber Sphon 
Jenna Spittler 
Katelyn Staaf 
Nathan Stack 
Nicholas Stadler 
Vincent Stainbrook 



Maria Stallone 
Michelle Stalmach 
Stephanie Stalnaker 
Jill Stanley 
Katie Stanton 
Marcia Staudt 
John Stedding 
Andrea Stefanak 

Edward Stefanik 
Spero Stefanis 
Danielle Stefaniszyn 
Shawna Steffan 
Katrina Stehlik 
Charles Steinwald 
Elizabeth Steward 
Catherine Stewart 

Mary Stewart 
Jenny Stewart 
Devin Stiger 
Tyler Stoczynski 
Amanda Stolz 
Sierra Stone 
Darren Stone 
Mackenzie Stoner 

Matthew Stoops 
Brandi Storer 
Chelsey Straight 
Brenna Strasser 
Allison Straub 
Kevin Strell 
Jenna Strobl 



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undergraduates 



Casey Stroyne 

Alan Strub 

Kyle Stunkara 

Tiffany Sturey 

Garrett Sturges 

Anarew Sturgm 

Katie Sullivan 



Aaron Susmarski 

April Sutter 

James Swagier 

Aaam Swank 

Stephen Sweeney 

Ashley Swiderski 

Andrew Swift 



Lesley Swintek 

Ethan Swope 

Malarie Syersak 

Ben Syme 

Michelle Szabat 

Bethany Szall 

Joshua Szall 

Brittany Tabron 



[Jonathan Tague 
Ryan Tann 
Joseph Taormina II 
Kaitlyn Taormina 
Nicholas Tatalone 
Alicia Tavani 
Caroline Taylor 
Jacob Tazzi 

Michele Tenon 
Vyacheslav Tereshchuk 

L Ashley Tevis 

Christie Tevis 
Erin Theisen 
Jeffrey Theisen 
Megan Theuerkauf 
Mark Theuerkauf 

Matthew Thimons 

Jeffrey Thomas 

Teana Thomas 

Yvonne Thomas 

Matthew Thomas 

Brandon Thomas 

Megan Thompson 

Shanna Thompson 

Angela Thompson 

Cara Thompson 

Samantha Thompson 

Alyssa Thompson 

Aulbrey Thompson 

Kathleen Thompson 

Sarah Thompson 

Bnttney Thrush 

Joseph Timon 

Mark Tishko 

Nishant Tiwari 

Tyler Toale 

Katie Todd 

Joseph Tomasik 

Daniel Tomko 

Roberto Torres 

Sara Toth 

William Townsend 

Staci Toy 

Ethan Tran 

William Tranchell 

Eric Trapp 

Nicholas Traud 

Kelsie Traut 



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My involvement on SGA has enabled me to make 
many memorable friendships with different kinds of 
people, I also have broadened my horizons through 
my interactions with the International Student 
Association, especially through great achievements 
ike International Night 2008. It was an opportunity 
for me to embrace the many different cultures on 
campus that unfortunatlely go overlooked at times." 




INTERACTIONS 








James Travers III 
Carly Trentini 
Jennifer Tresler 
Lauren Trevelline 
Thomas Trocchio 
Michelle Trocki 
Justin Trojanovich 
Brandon Trumbull 

Ashley Tubbs 
Alysia Tucker 
Karlee Turkaly 
Alyson Turner 
Jennifer Turner 
Carley Turner 
Karl Turner 
Karey Tyler 

Kristi Tyler 
Simone Uchalova 
Joseph Uhing 
Audrey Uhler 
John Ulishney 
Justine Unger 
Paul Upton 
Nicole Urban 





Peter Urban 
Lindsay Urbanek 
Holly Urbanick 
Kimberly Urbanowicz 
Santamaria Urbieta 
Leonardo Valencia 
Dana Vandeveer 
Jaime VanEnkevort 

Kaylan VanSickle 
Karla Varee 
Jorge Varela 
Kim Vargas 
Marissa Vasconi 
Scott Veith 
Miranda Venesky 
Emily Venesky 

Alissa Verone 
Marissa Versalle 
Jonathan Vertosick 
Heather Vickey 
Amber Vigneault 
Eric Vilenica 
David Villegas 
Sarah Vlahos 

Rebecca Vodzak 
Alyssa Volensky 
Ashley Von Borstel 
Samantha Vonarx 
Sierra Vondenhuevel 
Amber Vos 
Benjamin Vroman 
Erin Vukelic 



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undergraduates 



Elizabeth Wade 

Matthew Wade 

Danielle Wagner 

Joseph Wagner 

Erin Wahl 

Emily Wamwright 

Angela Wakeman 

Chelsey Walden 

Shellie Walker Jr. 

Amy Walker 

James Walker 

Lauren Walker 

Jennifer Walkiewicz 

Sean Wallace 

Tabitha Walls 

Matthew Walpole 



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Cassandra Wesson 

Zachary Waters 

Shawn Watkins 

Kelli Watkins 

Makyla Watson 

Stephanie Waugh 

Krista Wayne 

Anthony Weaver 

Shannon Weaver 

Kathryn Webb 

Erica Webster 

Michelle Wehner 

Teresa Weigel 

Melissa Weirich 

Megan Weis 

Anthony Weis 



Kaitlyn Weitz 

Abbey Welker 

Durfey Wells 

Everett Wensel 

Jeffrey Wenskovitch 

John Wenskovitch Jr. 

Michelle Werner 

Greg Westlake 

Danielle Weyand 

Michael Whelan 

Stephanie Whipple 

Timothy Whipple 

Andrew Whiteford 

Jordan Whitman 

Lauren Whittaker 

Laura Wiggers 

Dominigue Wiggins 

Katherme Wilcox 

James Wilczanski 

Brandon Wiley 

Brian Wilhelm 

Alexandra Williams 

Parns Williams 

Jacob Williamson 

Jeffrey Willis II 

Lauren Willis 

Allie Wilhs 

Antony Wilson 

Jacob Wilson 

Sharon Wilson 

Austin Wilson 

David Wilson II 



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Adam Walsh 

Jenna Walton 

Andrew Ward 

Matthew Ward 

Levi Warvel 

Justin Washington 

Patrick Washington 

Andrew Wasilowski 




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IN -RESIDENCE 



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Being a first-year Resident Assistant, I have been able to learn 
more about my identity. Day after day. I meet with residents 
to discuss academic, relationship, and personal problems; and 
with each resident. I am able to take a look at my life and see 
where I stand. In turn, I have been able to become aware of 
what I am passionate about and speak out and become an 
advocate for certain issues. Furthermore, I have learned how to 
be more patient, sympathetic, understanding, open-minded, 
and non-judgmental." 




David Wilson 
Emily Wilson 
Stephanie Wilson 
Erica Wilwohl 
Andrea Wingard 
Daniel Wirley 
Lauren Witherup 
John Wladyka 

Brian Wojtkielewicz 
Megan Wolf 
Connor Wolf 
Allison Wolfe 
Corey Wolff 
Aaron Woloszyn 
Royce Wong 
Wing Wong 

Robert Wood 
Lauren Wood 
Angela Woods 
Lauren Woyma 
Daniel Woytek 
Christopher Wrobel 
Kathleen Wrona 
Samantha Wyant 





Chadwick Wynter 
Evan Yadeski 
Keith Yager 
Joseph Yarnall 
Amanda Yaw 
Nathan Yeager 
Tara Yeasted 
Brian Yoder 

Tyler Youngs 
Kaylla Yovich 
Alexander Yucas 
Brittany Zaborowski 
Melanie Zack 
Ian Zack 

Andrea Zappitella 
Stephanie Zastawa 

Danielle Zavada 
Robert Zdravecky 
Emily Zechmeister 
Jinying Zheng 
Nathan Ziegler 
Frank Zielinski 
Jessica Ziemianski 
Michael Zigler 

David Zihmer 
Stephen Zimmerly 
Kadie Zimmerman 
Kaitlin Zinkham 
Katharine Zook 
Matthew Zorn 
Jessica Zourelias 



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graduates 



Jenna Adamczyk 

Valerie Adams 

Alan Adzima 

Alexis Appleby 

Andrea Appleby 

Mark Arbore 

Tyler Arlington 

Bugra Asian 

Monika Bach 

Kimberly Badowski 

Megan Banko 

Cyreta Barnes 

Matthew Bauer 

Jessica Baumann 

Jason Beaford 

Alison Becker 



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Rachael Belczyk 

Pamela Belden 

Sarah Belen 

Brian Bell 

Karen Bellini 

Kaitlyn Benedict 

Krystin Benkowski 

Beth Bertino 

Meghan Beverldge 

Stephanie Biearman 

Kathryn Billig 

John Binz 

Kate Blanner 

Christa Blose 

Jessica Bloss 

Patrick Bolam 

Lisa Bolte 

Marina Borisenko 

Leanne Borland 

David Boss 

David Bowers 

Joshua Bradley 

Zachary Brandt 

Marnie Bredbenner 

Colleen Brickner 

Alyssa Brigham 

Bethany Brinkman 

Amanda Britton 

Melissa Bruckart 

Patricia Brunner 

Gregory Bungo 

Theresa Burbules 




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Being a member of the LArche community 
for the past year has been a source of 
incredible growth. Sharing daily life with 
my friends with intellectual disabilities 
is filled with blessings and challenges 
- usually all in the same moment. Not only 
do the core members share their gifts with 
me, but I too find strength in my gifts and 
vulnerability in my weaknesses. And it is 
then - when I am weak - that the love of 
the community embraces me. This is one 
of life's greatest gifts: to see the presence 
of God's love in others. 



BLESSINGS 



Cheryl Burton 
Matthew Butler 
Sarah Butler 
Allison Buyny 
Mark Cable 
Anne Call 
Nicholas Camera 
Cynthia Campbell 

Andrew Canella 
Andrew Canfield 
Morgan Capello 
Teresa Capristo 
Ryan Carlisle 
Harmony Catalfu 
Michael Cavalier 
Britney Cerrie 




gifted 





Christina Chamberlain 
Samantha Cheatle 
Gregory Cherok 
Melissa Cherry 
Svetlana Chervatsky 
Leah Christy 
Emily Clark 
Kara Clark 

Tricia Close 
Katherine Conner 
Christopher Conway 
David Conway 
Nathaniel Coon 
Emily Cooper 
Natasha Copter 
Jaclyn Corroto 

Ines Cosic 
Michael Covatto 
Christa Cox 
Kevin Cox 
Candice Cozzone 
Brittany Cramer 
Samuel Cramer 
Sarah Crandall 

Ryan Crane 
Sarah Csir 



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graduates 



Amber Cvetich 

David DAndrea 

Ralph Davies 

Janet Davis 

Andrew Deerhake 

Amy DeMaun 

Kyhe Deneen 

Lon Dever 

Jennifer Devine 

Abagaii Dibble 

Megan Dillon 

Tncia Dituro 

Jennifer Do 

Nicholas Dombrowski 

Knsten Donajkowski 

Laura Dorrance 



FUTURE 
PLANS 



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Julie Douglas 

Ryan Drabina 

Richard P Dragoone 

Jeanme Drayton 

Matthew Drury 

Amy Dudas 

Mallory Duffy 

Zachary Dusckas 

Kevin Dusenbury 

Matthew Dusing 

Marlow Easterling 

Daniel Eaton 

Rebecca Eberly 

Ryan Eckart 

Christopher Edmonds 

Craig Eidell 

Casey England 

Ryan Evans 

Wenjie Fang 

Angela Farrmger 

Jarrod Fedor 

Tarm Fednzzi 

Richelle Felicitas 

Kelly Fennessy 

Nicole Fiore 

Amy Fischer 

Megan Fisher 

Erin Foley 

Nicholas Forsythe 

Francis Foti 

Kayla Fracassi 

Rebecca Fresch 



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Graduation is a little intimidating. After 
that, I will be moving on into the real 
world and working for the next 40 years 
or so. Presently, I feel that with graduation 
upcoming, I have the mindset of an adult 
more than a student. I am becoming 
more and more prepared for the future 
with every day of student teaching. By 
this time next year, I will have almost a 
full year of teaching behind me. I am 
confident that the education I received 
from Gannon has prepared me to excel in 
my own classroom. 



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TEACHING 




Andrew Frost 
Alicia Fry 
Steven Fusaro 
Diane Gabelman 
Marianna Gall 
Brittany Gannoe 
Andrew Garnic 
Erin Gaydos 

Stephan Gdanetz 
William Gerhold 
Derek Giancola 
David Gibbons 
Jerome Golombek 
Jaclyn Goodman 
Rebecca Gralka 
Amy Grande 




Kate Greene 
Mary Gregg 
Becky Greiner 
Ross Grieshaber 
Stetanie Gritting 
Lindsay Grimes 
Eric Grimm 
Zachary Haigis 

Amanda Haller 
Kim Hamila 
Tierra Harris 
Sarah Hazi 
Sarah Heberlein 
Daniel Hebert 
Dustin Henegan 
Jessica Henry 

Robert Hess 
Mary Hickin 
Casey Hill 
Shawn Hladney 
Heather Hobaugh 
Cody Hodgdon 
Timothy Holland 
Matthew Homer 

Daniel Hooper 
Lauren Hopkins 



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graduates 



Emily Horanic 

Elizabeth Hornak 

Cassandra Horton 

Jessica Hosterman 

Jennifer Hubert 

Elizabeth Hudson 

Benjamin Huffcut 

Ashley Hughes 

Tayla Hunt 

Peter Jackson 

Danalyn James 

Joshua Jarosz 

Ashley Jastram 

Samantha Jaynes 

Holly Johnson 

Jeffrey Johnson 



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Jillian Johnson 

Lacey Johnson 

Kiersten Joint 

Megan Joint 

Zoe Kapp 

Christa Karns 

Aleah Karsonovich 

Michael Kauffman 

Shannon Kearney 

Ronald Keels 

Johanna Keiper 

Kyle Kelleran 

Molly Keyes 

Katelyn Kibby 

Benjamin Kightlmger 

Nicholas Kikola 

Daniel King 

Michelle Kinnear 

Alysia Kirkwood 

Jennifer Kirley 

Melmda Klavon 

Brandon Kleckner 

Patrick Kloecker 

Emily Kochanowicz 

Lindsay Kohser 

Gareth Kolkenbeckruh 

Nicholas Kosanovich 

Andreas Kostis 

Nathanial Kottner 

Douglas Kozak 

Christopher Koziarski 

Alyssa Kozik 



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This Fall, I did an internship through the 
Washington Center and worked in our 
nation's Capitol. Thanks to this internship, 
I know now what I want to do after I 
graduate from Gannon; I am moving 
back to Washington, DC. as soon as 
possible! I think everyone should have 
the chance to do something like the 
Washington Center. Internships are so 
important in showing students real-life 
experiences. I feel so lucky that I was able 
to do take part in something so amazing. 



Gary Krach 
Irma Kravchuk 
Grace Kretschmann 
Katie Krise 
Matthew Krizmanic 
Jennifer Krysinski 
Stacey Kull 
Brian Kurtz 

Patrick Kurtz 
Stefan Lamers 
Billie Lastoria 
Tomas Latocha 
Elizabeth Laughlin 
Richard Lee 
Jennifer Leech 
Ashley Leichtenberger 




goal-oriented 



WASHINGTON, DC. 




Alyson Lemock 
Molly Lewis 
Elyssa Lindenberger 
Andrew Lintelman 
Dominic Loiacona 
Jacob Lorei 
Ashley Lowdermilk 
Jennifer Lucas 

Sean Lysowski 
Alison Mabery 
Barbara Mac Isaac 
Igor Makovey 
Chad Malinowski 
Lindsey Malinowski 
Carleen Mamrak 
Edward Manney 

Lindsey Manos 
Jennifer March 
Nicole Marciano 
Angella Marshall 
Deborah Marshall 
Crystal Martin 
Daniel Martin 
Ashley Martone 

Kanchana Matson 
Brianne McAlister 



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duates 



Ellen McCauley 

Melanie McCiam 

Kimberly McCole 

Shawn McCurdy 

Aaron McCutcheon 

Rebecca McEwen 

Miles McFall 

Michael McGrath 

Lucas McGuire 

Sarah McKelvey 

Brendan McNichoias 

Stephen Meisner 

Nicole Merski 

Charles Michael 

Heather Milburn 

Allyson Miller 













CURTAIN 
CALL 



Jacqueline Miller 

Alexander Millis 

Lana Mkrtycheva 

Christopher Moerke 

Kane Moore 

Lucas Mortimer 

Tessa Mosier 

Jessica Murray 

Paul Musille 

Crystal Myers 

Elizabeth Nagie 

Ryan Neal 

Cody Neely 

Heather Newara 

Katherine Nick 

Kenlyn Nielsen 

Amber Nixon 

Ousman Njie 

Brittany Notman 

Jonathan Nusbaum 

Jeremy Nutt 

Rebecca Nyutu 

Knsten Ochs 

Molly O'Flanagan 

Robert Ohmer 

Colleen Olinger 

Nicholas Olszewski 

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Rebecca Opaiuch 

Gerald Orlando 

Alicia Otis 

Alyse Parker 


























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In order to act and convincingly portray 
a character, one must be candid with 
oneself. One must understand one's 
own motivations, faults, strengths, 
eccentricities, mannerisms, etc. in 
order to abandon or adapt them for 
a character. Acting at the Schuster 
Theatre has not only been the most 
reflective process of my life, but has also 
been the most enriching. It has made 
me understand myself as a person and 
discover myself as an actor. Because 
of the Schuster Theatre, my identity has 
been forged in the arts." 



REFLECTIONS 



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Rachel Paschke 
Julie Pazun 
Brenna Pease 
Christine Peck 
Stacie Pedersen 
Paula Pencille 
Sarah Pennington-Rehm 
Blake Pennock 

Jenna Perpich 
Sam Phonetheva 
John Pichette 
Karen Pierret 
Jamie Pitteroff 
Melissa Plonski 
Renata Polakowski 
Jared Poniatowski 




Daniel Pudlick 
Brooke Pyle 
Colleen Quinlan 
Kelly Quinn 
Emily Ranally 
Kelly Reiter 
Lindsay Reitz 
Kristen Rentschler 

Allison Richer 
Ryan Rickerson 
Sarah Riggle 
Michele Rion 
Mary Roberge 
Jessica Rodgers 
Kayla Rohleder 
Jennifer Ross 

Sean Rouse 
Lauren Rumball 
David Russell 
Thomas Russell 
Angela Salvino 
Lucy Sammartino 
Anna Sander 
Jishnu Sasi 

Mahala Sass 
Anthony Sayles 
Pino Scavella 



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duates 



Noelle Schad 

Mark Schafer 

Jessica Schmidt 

William Scholz 

Ryan Schuckers 

Lama Schwertz 

Nathanial Sellner 

Emily Serge 

Jamie Shadd 

Christina Shaffer 

Scott Shaffer 

Kara Sheldon 

Louis Shernisky 

Lindsay Shields 

Craig Slaubaugh 

Amanda Sloan 



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William Smothers 

Andrew Smith 

Christina Smith 

Kristie Smith 

Kyle Smith 

Greg Snazyk 

Shannon Snook 

Julie Snyder 

Lauren Soldner 

Marcie Soltesz 

Wendy Sowizral 

David Spence 

Mark Spilman 

Edward Spinner 

Jacoby Spittler 

Natalie Stake 

Joshua Steele 

Lauren Stefanick 

Ryan Stotka 

Stephen Straub 

Anthony Sudano 

Erin Sutherin 

Chad Svaranowic 

Angela Swagler 

Corey Swickline 

Stephanie Thomas 

Karen Thompson 

Jessica Toth 

Kathryn Trapp 

Mark Trapp 

Michael Valeno 

Breanna Vanstee 



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I enjoy working with computers... I have 
loved working with computers since 
I was younger. I was always kind of a 
geek since I was little. Starting off at 
Gannon I was an international business 
major. After working as an ITS work-study 
for four years, my career goals have 
changed. For the future I hope to work 
with computers and business, hopefully 
combining them together. Through 
working at ITS, I have learned how to 
manage my time under pressure. Now, 
as a Junior technician, I work 35 hours a 
week and any overtime I can get." 



TECHNOLOGY 



Kimberly Varela 
Scott Vascik 
Vicki Vitter 
Stacy Vohwinkel 
Daniel Voigt 
Melanie Vonvolkenburg 
Andrew Voytko 
Robin Waid 

Catherine Walczak 
Joseph Walker 
Steven Walker 
Scott Walls 
William Ward 
Lindsay Wargo 
Meghan Washek 
Christopher Watson 




hard-working 




Courtney Webb 
Shayna Weir 
Tanya Wheeler 
Carrie White 
Lauren Whiteford 
Robert Wildauer 
Patrick Wiler 
Jessica Wilkes-Mobley 

Kevin Williams 
Brian Wolf 
Rachael Wood 
Elizabeth Woods 
Crystal Wozniak 
Joseph Wright 
Eric Wrotney 
Eric Yakish 

Christopher Yeany 
Amy York 
Jennifer Yurko 
Lyndsey Zaffino 
Ruslan Zakharchuk 
Juliann Zawadzki 
Liza Zielinski 
Andrew Zihmer 

Jesse Zimmerman 
Ashley Zuern 



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CLUBS, ACADEMICS, 
ORGANIZATIONS 




leadership in action 




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c* APB & SGA 

members, Cheslea 
Pluta, Michael 
Koprowski, Nicolette 
Critelli, and Brian Kurtz 
enjoy a day at Peak n' 
Peak Ski Lodge. 



ca Sophomore Lisa 
Fischer competes 
in a friendly match 
of laser tag during 
Springtopia, a fun- 
filled week hosted 
by APB. 





ca Sporting the "flare 
jacket;' parlimentarian 
Andrew Deerhake 
reviews the SGA 
general assembly 
minutes with secretary 
Clesea Pluta. 



LeeAnn Pisorak. English major 



oj Sixteen seniors, 
wearing the 
traditional maroon 
blazer, pose for the 
annual UNIVERSITY 
AMBASSADOR 
photograph. 





HE AIM OF 
GANNON 
UNIVERSITY 




Mission Statement 

Gannon is a Catholic, Diocesan, student-centered University that provides for the holistic development 
of undergraduate and graduate students in the Judeo- Christian tradition. As such, it offers each 
student outstanding teaching and a value-centered education in both liberal arts and professional 
specializations in order to prepare students for leadership roles In their careers, society and church. The 
University faculty and staff are committed to excellence and continuous improvement in teaching, 
learning, scholarship, research and service. The University's environment is to be one of inclusiveness 
and cultural diversity 

Vision Statement 

Gannon will be the leader among Catholic universities In fostering intellectual development, enriching 
Christian values and beliefs, and preparing students for leadership roles. We will be concerned for 
those we serve, chosen for the guallty of education we provide, and respected for the selflessness, 
excellence and commitment of our students, alumni, faculty and staff 



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Students who serve as ambassadors 
or representatives on the activities 
programming board and student 
government association open doors 
for networking and public relations. 



CTI iniZK'T 
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ACTIVITIES PROGRAMMING BOARD 

Beth Shick, adviser. Nicolette Critelli. president: 
Jacqueline Bacco. vice president. Lisa Fischer, 
administrative assistant. Aaron Bove. after hours 
chair; Molly Ciscell. film chair; Jamie Gionfriddo, film 
chair; Michael Koprowski, kaleidoscope; Jessica 
Bush, knightclub chair; Dennyse Dezsi. lecture chair; 
Shaundra Curtis, public relations. Miles McFall, 
SGA representative; Rebecca Lelonek, special 
events coordinator; LeeAnn Pisarcik, special events 
coordinator; Emma Donathen. technical manager 



STUDENT GOV'T ASSOCIATION 

Kathleen Gausman, adviser; Brian Kurtz, president; 
Miles McFall, vp academic affairs; John Mosinski, vp 
clubs/organizations; Levi Warvel. vp public relations; 
Aditya Kumar, vp technology; Chelsea Pluta, 
secretary; Ashley Kujbus, treasurer; Nicolette Critelli, 
APB rep; Brian Wojtkielewicz, commuter rep; Benjamin 
Huffcut, IFC rep; Sony Issac, ISA rep; Jessica Wilkes- 
Mobley, MCU rep; Andrew Deerhake, parliamentarian; 
Devin Stiger, panhellenic rep; Andrew Baker, Ann 
Bartman, Aaron Bove, Kyle Churman, Troy Conquer, 
Meghan Curiale, Brianna Deszi, Anthony DiPasqua, 
Robbie Dixon. Danielle Houston. Zachary Judah, 
Michael Koprowski, Shane Lavin, Christina Morelli, 
Jeremy Nutt, Thomas Panighetti, Adrianna Piccone. 
Anthony Poma, Thomas Russo, Reuben Spinner, Natalie 
Stake, Katrina Stehlik, Joey Timon, Scott Vascik, 
Andrew Voytko, Amanda Yaw, Nate Yeager, Stephen 
Zimmerly 



UNIVERSITY AMBASSADORS 

Nancy Kujawinski, adviser, Mark Arbore, Tyler Bandura, 
Christa Blose, Lisa Bolte, Leanne Borland, Melissa 
Bruckart, Lindsey Brungo, Tricia Close, Nicolette Critelli, 
Shaundra Curtis, Matthew Drury, Kelly Fennessy, Megan 
Fisher, Christopher Fonner, Becky Greiner, Melissa 
Hanely, Kara Hensley, Danielle Houston, Elizabeth 
Hudson, Allison Jones, Allison Karan, KariAnn Mech, 
Christina Morelli, Jenevieve Orr, Hope-Anne Parks, 
LeeAnn Pisarcik, David Renne, Christina Smtih, Julie 
Snyder, Natalie Stake, Alissa Verone, Shayne Weir, 
Juliann Zawadzki, Stephen Zimmerly 



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self-expression 




Sara Hopson. Secondary Education major 




oa Kelly Fennessy, 
Jackie Oesmann and 
Christopher Wrobel set 
up a table at Preview 
GU in order to recruit 
new staff writers for 
THE GANNON KNIGHT. 



oa Announcers 
from 90.5 WERG 
FM offer a play-by- 
play report for fans 
unable to attend 
the Think Pink 
basketball game. 





ca During the annual 
Homecoming parade, 
the actors from 
ALPHA PSI OMEGA 
demonstrate their own 
rendition of the Blue 
Man Group. 



ca Co-editors Liana 
Pierce and Melissa 
Hanely take a break 
from THE LANCE 
YEARBOOK to paint 
flower pots at 
Waldron Weekends. 




PUBLICATIONS 
AND PLAYS 
WORTH 
NOTING 



ONE-ACT PLAYS IN 
REPERTOIRE 

This medley included 
Eugene lonesco's The Bald 
Soprano. Steve Martin's 
WASP. Connor McPherson's 
The Good Thief, and 
Michael Weiler's A Dopey 
Fairy Tale. 

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Based on a book by Arthur 
Kopit. this lively play served 
as distraction on a few 
cold December evenings 



JANE AUSTEN'S LOVE AND 
FRIENDSHIP (Sic!) 

Fr Shawn Clerkin wrote the 
book and lyrics for this Alex 
Clemente Fund play. 

THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES 
OF NICHOLAS NICKLEBY 

Drama fanatics spent hours 
m preparation for this two- 
part production. 

THE TOTEM 

The American Scholastic 
Press Association selected 



the literary art magazine 
as a first-place award for 
the 12th consecutive year. 

THE LANCE 

See colophon at back of 
book for list of awards and 
achievements 

THE KNIGHT NEWSPAPER 

The Columbia Scholastic 
Press Association 
recognizes the University's 
weekly student-produced 
newspaper as an award- 



winning publication. 

THE ADMISSIONS OFFICE 
2007-08 FACT SHEETS 
The GU Press graphic 
designer. Andrew 
Lapinska. received a golc 
award for his specialized 
publications. 

90.5 WERG FM 
Erie's Rock Alternative 
is licensed by the FCC 
as a non-commercial 
educational radio station 



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live broadcasts about activities and 
sporting events on campus. Visit us 
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THE LANCE YEARBOOK 

Catherine Oakley, adviser; Bridget Rager. adviser; 
Melissa Hanely, editor-in-chief; Liana Pierce, editor, 
Jessica Charlton, Audrey Uhler, Rachelle Downey. 
Melinda Neyman, David Hugar 

THE TOTEM LITERARY JOURNAL 

Berwyn Moore, adviser; Sara Hopson, editor; Nicole 
Kasiorek. editor; Rick Sitter, sketch artist; Casey Boyd. 
Jackie Fox, Ashley Kent, Stephanie Komorek, Astasia 
May, Katie Shreve, Talia Sibert; Rick Sitter; Stephanie 
Stalnaker 

GANNON KNIGHT NEWSPAPER 

Frank Garland, adviser; Ward McCracken, business 
adviser; Kelly Fennessy, editor-in-chief; Peyton Koenig, 
news; Jackie Oesmann, news; Christina Smith, 
features; Kaylee Kebort, features; Sara Toth, arts & 
leisure; Kristen Rajczak, arts & leisure; Rebecca Fresch, 
sports; Ben Cobbett, sports; Michael Mion. roundtable; 
Craig Eidell, business and ad manager; Monika Bach, 
photo coordinator; Danielle Jean-Baptiste, copy 
editor; Christopher Wrobel, copy editor; staff writers 
and photographers: Christina Alexander, Abby 
Badach, Janae Butler, Brian Butti, Jessica Charlton, 
Elissa Criner. Kyle Churman, Chris Fonner, Elizabeth 
Foster, Ted Hoag, Sara Hopson, Amanda Jerashen, 
Kelsey Laks, Rebecca Lelonek, Krista Mershimer, Caitie 
Ryan, Reuben Spinner, Alex Sibley, Maria Stallone 

90.5 WERG FM RADIO 

Mr. Chet LaPrice, operations manager/adviser; 
Rebecca Fresch, general manager; Katie Gabelman, 
program director; Debra Carlson, music director; 
Amanda Flick, news director; Sean Amicucci, sports 
director; Mahala Sass, production director; Lauren 
Debick, promotions director; Kristina Babjak, wergfm. 
com webmaster; Abby Badach, Sunny Ball, Robert 
Bartley, Ashley Bell, Michael Bennett, Erin Bogda. Janae 
Butler, Allison Buyny, Jessica Charlton, Emily Cooper, 
KellyAnne DAntoni, Nicole Dohoda, Ashley Faipler, Kelly 
Fennessy, Matt Froelich, Nora Gero, Lori Gerringer, Kyle 
Hendricks, Shawn Hladney, Amanda Jerashen, Lisa 
Lamperski, Lauren Loop, Carly Mamrak, Brad Mealy, 
Greg Mottern, Melinda Neyman, Alyssa Pelinsky. Jenna 
Ralicki, Marcus Roach, Caitie Ryan, Sarah Skraba, 
Deana Smith, Wendy Sowizral, Maria Stallone, Elizabeth 
Steward, Sierra Stone, James Swagler, J.J. Theisen, 
David Villegas 

ALPHA PSI OMEGA 
(PROFESSIONAL DRAMA SOCIETY) 

Paula Barrett, adviser. Diane Gabelman. president; 
Lacey Johnson, vice president; Kelly Fennessy, business 
manager; Elizabeth Hudson, historian; Shannon 
Kearney, pledge master; Kellyanne Dantoni, Rebecca 
Fresch, Steven Fusarao, Allison Karan, Molly Keyes. Lisa 
Lamperski, Stephanie Martinez, Miles McFall, Kristen 
Rajczak, Jonathan Vertosick, Christopher Watson 



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special interest clubs 




Stephen Zlmmeny, English major 
Matt Homer English major 




ca Junior Michael 
Kaprowski braves the 
chilly waters of the 
clunking booth to raise 
funds for the American 
Cancer Society at the 
RELAY FOR LIFE. 



c* Proud of their 
competitive edge, 
the GU PAINTBALL 
CLUB holds 11th 
place in the 
National Collegiate 
Paintball Association. 





03 Sharing a passion for 
pro-life issues, Matthew 
Morelli and Maria 
Caulfield recite a litany 
for life at the annual 
STUDENTS FOR LIFE Holy 
Hour. 



oj Carrying on a 
RELAY FOR LIFE 
tradition, Thomas 
Panighetti dives 
head first into the 
cherry pie eating 
competition. 






LIFECORE OF DISCOVERY 


Physical 


Intellectual 


social network 


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challenges the growth 


Encourages one to 


Taps one's creativity. 






and development of 


practice appropriate 


curiosity and excitement 


Spiritual 




Gannon students in nine 


self-care, exercise regularly. 




Involves a search for the 




lifestyle dimensions through 


and eat properly 


Cultural 


meaning of life through 




participation in activities 




Helps one to recognize. 


which a system of 


A WHOLISTIC 


and events 


Political 


accept, and appreciate 


internalized values, beliefs 




Explores personal rights 


racial, ethnic, cultural. 


and attitudes are formed 


APPROACH 


Emotional 


and responsibilities on 


religious, and lifestyle 




Involves an awareness and 


multiple levels 


differences 


Sexual 


TO COLLEGE 


acceptance of personal 






Allows individual to 




feelings while being 


Life-planning 


Social 


maintain a healthy 


LIFE 


sensitive and responsive 


Helps one to effectively 


Encourages one to meet 


recognition, acceptance 




to the emotional states of 


balance study, work, and 


strangers comfortably 


and satisfaction of one's 




others 


play 


and develop a supportive 


sexual identity 



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GANNON MARTIAL ARTS CLUB 

Ms. Valerie Bacik. adviser, Allen Grimm, president, Cy Messmer, 
vice president; Joseph Morgan, secretary; James Overly, 
treasurer; Jeremy Alfieri, Vincent Bruce, Carmen Carruba, 
William Chapnick. Taylor Corn, Ryan Farrell, Justin Furiga, 
Mathias German, Michael Grimes, Frank Hiller, Christopher 
Jonda, Ashley McDonald, Mark Pardus, Gladys Payne, Jason 
Rhing, William Tranchell, Eric Vilenica, John Wenskovitch. Jr. 

GANNON UNIVERSITY PAINTBALL CLUB 

Mrs. Christine Cedzo, adviser; London Hoobler, president, 
Christian Scott, vice president; Michael Hardesty, treasurer; 
Richard Bauerle, Craig Catalfu, John Coogan, Kevin Dishner, 
Ian Druetto, Joshua Florentine, Courtney Foringer. Patrick 
Kniesler, Stanley Krysiak, Jay Martinez, Christopher O'Brien, 
Andrew Sturgin 

KNIGHTLIFE 

Julie Srnka, adviser; Alyssa Volensky, president; Amanda 
Moran, co-vp; Katie Snyder, co-vp; Nicole Kasiorek, secretary; 
Adam Caldwell, treasurer; Anna Monahan, public relations; 
Donata Allison, Amanda Eckhart, Matthew Ely, Kelly Foley, 
Amy Luckenbach. Kelly Miele, Breanne Nalipa. Paige Pilewski, 
Amanda Roche, Mara Sedlock 

PATCH. E.S. 

Mrs. Brigid Wilcox, adviser; Courtney Aker, co-president; 
Korfney Marszalek, co-president; David Russell, vice president; 
Renee Eismont, secretary; Ashley Hoffman, treasurer. Joseph 
Timon. health center liason; Emily Zechmeister, health center 
liason; Kellie Barbe. Lacey Bartoe, Jessica Beattie, Rosie 
Callaghan. Meaghan Culver, Julie Douglas, Sean Fouse. Caitlin 
Gardner, Erin Gaydos, Alexis Guiste, Ashley Hall, Amanda 
Hamorsky, Darcie Hanitz, Danielle Hauck. Shannon Hemphill. 
Elizabeth Hornak, Kaylee Keborf, Mallorie Keicher, Amanda 
Kindzia, Lauren Kuntz. Jennifer Lindberg. KariAnn Mech. Julie 
Mellin, Angela Novak, Karen Reardon, Shephanie Ross, Alisha 
Simpson, Gretchen Snyder, Christina Sochor, Katie Stanton. 
Chelsey Straight, Lesley Swintek, Rebecca Vodzak, Laura 
Wiggers, Ashley Zuern 

RELAY FOR LIFE CLUB 

Mr. Michael Goebel, adviser; Nancy Kujawinski, adviser, 
Kortney Marszalek, president; Amanda Flick, education, Kaylee 
Kebort, education; Kelly Quinn, recruiter, Justine Beck, Rosie 
Callaghan, William Chapnick, Allyce Cooper, Taylor Corn. 
Colleen Corrigan, Brianna Deszi, Lauren Eckman. Anthony 
Firetto. Jamie Gionfriddo, Leslie Guthrie, Amanda Hamorsky, 
Annlyn Harvey, Lindsay Kurtz, Kelsey Laks. Lauren Lidey, Corey 
McMurray. Jennifer Miller, Megan Pawlikowski. Bridger Philson, 
Jennifer Plcciano, Alisha Simpson. Shannon Snook, Edward 
Spinner. Jaime VanEnkevort 

STUDENTS FOR LIFE 

Rev Michael Kesicki. adviser. Matthew Thomas, vp 
administration. Emily Cahill. vp programs; Paige Pilewski, vp 
public relations. Tyler Bandura, Maria Caulfield. Eric Dinga, 
Melissa Hanely, Christopher Manderino, Matthew Morelli, 
Michael Rodgers, Thomas Trocchio, Jacob Williamson 



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faith communities 





ca Sophomores 
Cody Bienkowski and 
Kelli Bowser create 
classic costumes for 
the annual ICHTHI 
Stations of the Cross 
production. 



oa The women of 
MAGNIFICAT gather 
weekly in the 
Student Services 
Building to dive into 
the mysteries of 
Catholic Tradition. 





cuAsa sign of 
ecumenical Christian 
unity a three musically 
inclined members of 
ARK serve as music 
ministers during "Mass 
on the Grass" 



oa Maria Caulfield, 
Michael Rodgers, 
and Michael 
Kauffman praise the 
Lord through their 
musical talents at 
an ICHTHI adoration. 




Listed below are four 
life-enriching experiences 
offered yearly by the 
Campus Ministry Office: 

© Busy Person's Retreat 

Based on the Exercises 
of St. Ignatius of Loyola, 
this retreat offers 
students the space for 
guiet prayer and the 
opportunity to meet with 
a Retreat Guide for daily 
conversation. Since this 



retreat takes place on 
campus, participants do 
not have to worry about 
packing a suitcase. 

© Freshmen Retreat 

First-year students are 
invited to participate 
in this 24-hour retreat, 
where they can reflect 
on the transition from 
high school into college, 
how spirituality and 
faith are tied into that 



transition, and how their 
experiences will continue 
to enrich their time in 
college. 

© Leadership Retreat 

The Campus Ministry 
Office believes that 
student leaders must 
take care of their own 
spirituality in order to 
provide authentic spiritual 
leadership to their 
peers On retreat, student 



leaders learn about the 
spiritual disciplines which 
provide a firm faith 
foundation from which 
they can lead. 

O Jubilee Over 1,800 
Christians meet for this 
spirit-filled weekend, this 
retreat is designed to 
help college students 
meet peers who are 
also, deepening in their 
relationship to Christ. 






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available faith-sharing groups allows 
individuals to meet new people and 
to form lasting relationships. Though 
Catholic, Gannon offers activities for 
students from all faith backgrounds. 



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Ecumenical Women's Faith Sharing 

Group 

Maria Candelaria, advisor; Cheylan Fosmer, 
advisor; student leaders: Hannah Kirby, Autumn 
Marshall 

ARK 

Ecumenical Gathering 

Cheylan Fosmer, advisor; Nick Hernandez, advisor; 
student leaders: Allison Bartle. Richard Bauerle, 
Sarah Gudgeon, Caleb Hatch, Amy Walker 

ATTICUS 

Ecumenical Men's Faith Sharing 

Group 

Adam Anderson, advisor; Nick Hernandez, advisor 

ICHTHI 

Catholic Faith Sharing Group 

Deacon Steve Washek, advisor; Michael Mion, 
president; Kelli Bowser, vice president; Michael 
Rodgers, vice president; Jackie Oesmann. publicity 

MAGNIFICAT 

Catholic Women's Faith Sharing 

Group 

Maria Candelaria, advisor; Mary Margaret Helma, 
advisor; student leaders: Melissa Hanely, Andrea 
Wingard 

THE ZONE 

Faith Sharing Group for Athletes 

RC Griffin, advisor; student leaders: Tiffany Crocker, 
Vinnie DeLuca 

TRUTH SEEKERS 
Bible Study Group 

Adam Anderson, advisor; Katie Trapp, student 
leader 



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Stephanie Derrick. Pre-Med LECOM 4+4 major 
Bob WKdauer. CIS major 




eta Made up of chapter 
representatives 
and officers, the 
INTERFRATERNITY 
COUNCIL serves as 
the governing body 
for fraternities. 



oj The PANHELLENIC 
COUNCIL consisting 
of active sisters, 
acts as a chief 
council for the 
five sororities on 
campus. 





ca Collecting canned 
goods for local 
agencies and food 
banks turns out to be 
both an entertaining 
and charitable affair, 
during GREEK WEEK. 



ca Members of 
ORDER OF OMEGA 
receive recognition 
for their dedication 
in the areas of 
leadership, service, 
and scholarship. 




Superheroes to the rescue! Greek Week 2008, following a comic book theme, took place 
April 19 - April 26. Throughout the week, fraternity brothers and sorority sisters participated in 
the following events to find which group possesses the most "superhuman" abilities. 



GREEK WEEK 
SCHEDULE 
OF EVENTS 



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® Day of Caring 

® An Amazing Journey Scavenger Hunt 
® Penny Wars and Can Food Drive 
® Greek God / Goddess Talent Show 
® Greek Sing Competition 
® Tuesday Night Dinner on Friendship Green 
® Guest Speaker: Bob Hall Nonviolent 
Sexuality 



® Gannon / Letter Clothing Days 

® Dodge Ball Tournament 

® Can Food Sculpture Contest 

® Greek Jeopardy 

® Greek God / Goddess Q&A and Costume 

Contest 
® Greek Dance Competition 
® Greek Awards Ceremony 




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making themselves accessible to the 
Greek community for any needs that 
may arise. 



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INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 

Mr. Eric Pope, adviser. Joshua Steele, president; 
Clifton Knuth. vp campus relations. Brian Wilhelm, 
vp communications. Mark Tishko, vp finance; Aaron 
McCutcheon. vp judicial affairs; Zachary Haigis. vp 
programs; Benjamin Huffcut, vp public relations/ 
marketing; Evan Gould, vp recruitment; Brad 
DesLauriers. Daniel Hooper, Joshua Linamen 

PANHELLENIC COUNCIL 

Mr. Eric Pope, adviser; Lauren Stefanick, president; 
Devin Stiger, vp campus relations; Danielle Houston, 
vp communications; Lauren Hopkins, vp judicial affairs; 
Courtney Maroney, vp marketing; Ashley Gleason, 
vp programs/scholarship; Mackenzie Speer, vp 
recruitment; Lierin Rossman, vp technology; Lauren 
Ridley, finance; Andrea Carnicella, Molly Eimer, Megan 
Fisher, Kaitlin McConnell, Christina Morelli, Kaitlyn Reed, 
Deanna Rubenstein, Cara Sherman 

ORDER OF OMEGA 

Nicolette Critelli, Nicole Fiore, Lauren Hopkins, Lauren 
LaCute, Maggie Lewis, Christina Morelli, Lierin Rossman. 
Lauren Stefanick, Juliann Zawadzki 



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greek organizations 





ca The sisters of ALPHA 
GAMMA DELTA work 
with the brothers of 
DELTA CHI to help first- 
year students move 
into Wehrle Hall at the 
"dorm storm." 



oj Ribbon twirler 
Andy Whiteford of 
APD provides an 
impressive display 
of skill during the 
talent portion of Mr. 
and Ms. GU. 





03 Along with other 
members of the 
Greek community, 
these ALPHA PHI DELTA 
superheroes wait 
anxiously to show off 
their dance moves. 



Evan Yadeskl Gregory Fix, and Robert Rybat 
Alpha Phi Delta members 



G3 The ALPHA 
GAMMA DELTA 

sorority members 
celebrate a job well 
done, after hosting 
their annual Mr. and 
Ms. GU competition. 






Alumnus/Alumna 


Chapter 


participate in athletic 


for a particular cause or 


A A 


An initiated member of 


The local group of a 


events, community 


organization 


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a fraternity or sorority 


national organization 


service, brotherhood and 






who has graduated from 




sisterhood activities, and 


Recruitment Counselor 




college 


Community Service 

Volunteer hours spent 


various social events 


(Rho Gamma) 

A sorority woman who 




Bid 


helping a specific cause 


Initiation 


has disaffiliated from her 




(Invitation to Membership) 




The formal ceremony 


individual chapter during 


GREEK LIFE 


An invitation to join a 


Greek 


which brings the new 


formal recruitment to assist 


fraternity or sorority 


A member of a fraternity 


member into full active 


the prospective members. 


TERMS & 


Brother 


or sorority 


membership 


Sister 


LINGO 


A term used by fraternity 


Greek Week 


Philanthropy 


A term used by sorority 




members to refer to one 


An annual celebration 


A charitable project or 


members when referring to 




another 


in which chapters 


event that raises funds 


one another 



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During Greek Week, fraternity brothers 
and sororities sisters compete to see 
who can pack on the most Greek 
apparel and accessories. Greek letters 
serve as a reminder of the values of 
each chapter. 



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ALPHA PHI DELTA 

Mr. Miles Vida, adviser; Brad DesLauriers, president. 
Dustin Burger, vice president; Evan Yadeski, secretary; 
Daniel Sanchez, treasurer; Trevor Civiletto, Gregory 
Fix, Joshua Florentine. Timothy Forester, Dustin Givner, 
Clifton Knuth, Jeffrey Kurek. Niall McGrath, Michael 
Resurreccion, Robery Rybat, Stephen Scales, Justin 
Washington, Andrew Whiteford 

ALPHA GAMMA DELTA 

Ms. Mary Crane, adviser; Jill Stanley, president; 
Kaitlyn Reed, vp campus relations; Ashley Kujbus. vp 
finance; Lauren Hopkins, vp member development; 
Emily Zechmeister, vp operations; Amber Sobieralski, 
vp recruitment; Nicole Mottillo, vp scholarship; Anne 
Masilunas, activities coordinator; Mollie McConnell, 
alumni secretary; Alyssa Kozik, house manager; 
Kathleen Graham, new member director; Courtney 
Maroney, panhellenic representative; Sarah 
Pennington-Rehm. philanthropy; Teresa Capristo, 
publicity; Nicole Davis, risk management; Carrie Sisson, 
ritual; Katlyn Holmes, sisterhood; Molly O'Flanagan, 
social chair; Amanda Bloom, Brittany Cramer. Sarah 
Gates, Alyssa Goetzinger, Devin Hunzeker, Shannon 
Mahoney, Stephanie Martinez, Alexandra Papapanu, 
Katherine Shreve, Elyse Skowronek, Devin Stiger, Kaitlyn 
Taormina, Samantha Thompson, Chelsey Walden 



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greek organizations 





oj Buried beneath 
DELTA CHI jackets, pins, 
and t-shirts, Benjamin 
Huffcut waits patiently 
to shed a few pounds 
of clothes during 
Greek Letter Day. 



oj Christina Morelli, 
an active sister of 
ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA 
and a work-study 
at Waldron Campus 
Center, hangs 
Christmas lights. 





ca Dressed to impress, 
the DELTA CHI fraternity 
brothers participate in 
Mass on the Grass during 
Springtopia. The rain 
location for the event 
was theYehl Room. 



Christine Morelli and Amanda Jahodo. 
A1A members 



G3 Hitting all the 
high notes, these 
ladies of ALPHA 
SIGMA ALPHA spent 
hours rehearsing 
for the Greek Sing 
competition. 





QUICK 

FACTS ABOUT 
SORORITIES 



Alpha Gamma Delta 
(ATA) 

41 8 Peach St 

Colors 

Red. Buff & Green 

Mascot: 
Squirrel 

Philanthropy 
Juvenile Diabetes 
Foundation 



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Alpha Sigma Tau 
(AIT) 

812 Myrtle St. 

Colors 

Emerald Green & Gold 

Symbol: 
Anchor 

Philanthropy: 
Pine Mountain 
Settlement School 



Alpha Sigma Alpha 
(AIA) 

253 West 5th St. 

Colors 

Crimson and White 

Mascot 

Ladybug & Raggedy Ann 

Philanthropy: 
Special Olympics 



Phi Sigma Sigma 

(Oil) 

164 West 5th St. 



Sigma Sigma Sigmc 

(III) 

226 West 8th St. 



Colors: 

King Blue and Gold 

Mascots: 
Lighthouse & Dolphin 

Philanthropy: 
World Aids Day 
Awareness Events 



Colors: 

Royal Purple & White 

Symbol: 
Sailboat 

Philanthropy: 
Hooked On Books 
Program 



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overwhelming and unforgettable 
experience. The laughter, tears of joy, 
balloons, and beautiful bouquets of 
flowers add to the excitement. 



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ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA 

Ms. Catherine Oakley, adviser; Katherine Nick, 
president; Nicolette Critelli, vp alumni/heritage; Casey 
Rail, vp membership; Danielle Houston, vp programs/ 
ritual; Christina Chamberlain, vp public relations/ 
recruitment; Lauren Stefanick, secretary; Maggie 
Lewis, treasurer; Allison Lesser, historian; Christina 
Morelli. panhellenic delegate; Danielle Stefaniszyn, 
panhellenic delegate; Lisa Levin, philanthropy; Emily 
Ranally, philanthropy; Kara Kubeja, sisterhood; Nicole 
Marciano, social chair; Tiffany Shaffer, special events 
coordinator; KariAnn Mech, ritual; Nancy Brown, 
Amanda Jahoda, Janelle Juda, Christina Kaminski, 
Jessica Kelly, Krista Lam, Jennifer Lindberg, Talisa 
Marchese, Sabra McCleary Elizabeth Molloy, Christine 
Morelli, Lierin Rossman, Beth Ryan, Lindsay Urbanek, 
Lauren Willis 

DELTA CHI 

Rev. Michael Kesicki, adviser; Benjamin Huffcut, 
president; Robert Barner, vice president; Mark Spilman, 
secretary; Matthew O'Donnell, treasurer; Evan Gould, 
alumni secretary; Brian Rankin, risk managment; 
Zachary Bernazzoli, William Boyle, Gregory Bungo, 
Chase Burnett, Kevin Caffrey, Phillip Grant, Aaron 
McCutcheon, Ben Moore, Nicholas Sedar, Daniel 
Shephard. George Sisson, Jr., Matthew Soffel, Nathan 
Stack, Anthony Sudano, Stephen Sweeney, Daniel 
Wirley, Royce Wong 



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ca ZETA BETA TAU 
brothers Thomas 
Smith and Stanley 
Krysiak snack on sugar 
cookies and punch at 
the Waldron Weekends 
Valentine's Day dance. 



cs The sisters of 
ALPHA SIGMA TAU 
love to spend time 
with their "bigs and 
littles." Each sister's 
family tree grows as 
new members join. 





ca Senior Natalie Stake 
greets her newly 
inducted ALPHA SIGMA 
TAU little, Danielle 
Jean-Baptiste, with 
flowers and other 
assorted goodies. 



Dave Zihmer, Pi Kappa Alpha member 



oa Simon says touch 
your chin... These 
ZBT brothers seem 
to follow directions 
with no hesitation 
during the Greek 
Week festivities. 




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Scholarship 


Service & Philanthropy 


Leadership 


Friendship 


• • 


Members are encouraged 


A proud facet of Greek 


Greeks have the 


For most individuals. 




to strive for scholarly 


life is massive community 


opportunity to serve 


the most important 




excellence through 


service participation. 


their chapters as officers 


component of Greek life 




programs and workshops 


Fraternities and sororities 


or committee members 


is friendship. The fact that 




that address topics like 


contribute a great deal 


and develop their skills in 


members call themselves 




time management, 


of hands-on service 


organization, effective 


"brothers'' and "sisters" 


FOUR BASIC 


study skills, interviewing. 


to the Erie community 


communication, and 


demonstrates the sense of 




and resume writing In 


and are responsible for 


decision making 


family that is illustrated in a 


FOUNDING 


addition, some chapters 


fund-raising efforts that 


Membership in a Greek 


fraternity/sorority. The unity 




offer scholarships to their 


benefit national charitable 


organization provides an 


found in a chapter is linked 


PRINCIPLES 


members for outstanding 


organizations specific to 


excellent place to gain 


to the bond that keeps 




academics and leadership 


each chapter 


leadership experience. 


friendships alive forever. 



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a joyous 

occassion 



A flood of happy faces and red shirts 
fills the stands in the Hammermill 
Center, as AIT and ZBT members pair 
up for the 2007 Homecoming Pep 
Rally. 



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ALPHA SIGMA TAU 

Lesley Hite, Ph.D., adviser; Tricia Close, president. 
Emily Kochanowicz, vice president: Melissa Plonski, 
secretary; Kathleen Thompson, treasurer; Jillian 
Johnson, alumni secretary; Kristi Tyler, chaplain, Erin 
Vukelic, editor; Kelley Rouse, historian; Kelly Reiter, 
house manager; Laina Schwertz, intramurals; Nicole 
Fiore, new member director; Hope-Anne Parks, 
nominations; Deanna Rubenstien, panhellenic 
delegate; Colleen Corrigan, philanthropy; Catherine 
Cipriani, recruiter; Cara Thompson, social chair; Kristin 
Babjak, Elizabeth Bocan, Cara Campbell, Andrea 
Carnicella, Lisa Fischer, Stephanie Gastel, Katherine 
Jones, Allison Murtha, Ashley Overbeck, Juliet Parry, 
Lauren Ridley, Leann Saxe, Melanie Zack 

ZETA BETA TAU 

Michael McSkimming, Ph.D., adviser; Stanley 
Walkiewicz, adviser; Joshua Linamen, president; 
Christopher Donnelly, vice president; Donald Riley, 
secretary; Brian Wilhelm. treasurer; Joseph Wright, 
brotherhood development director; Cy Messmer, 
historian; Thomas Smith, sargeant-at-arms; Paul 
Lehman, Stanley Krysiak, Kevin Williams 



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greek organizations 





os Allison Borland, Emily 
Oswald, Megan Fisher, 
Casey Hill, and Alexis 
Appleby sway to the 
music on the PHI SIGMA 
SIGMA Homecoming 
parade float. 



Qj Guitarist Dave 
Zihmer leads his 
fellow PI KAPPA 
ALPHA brothers in a 
tantalizing melody 
during the Greek 
Sing competition. 




ca Not afraid to try 
on a costume or 
two, PI KAPPA ALPHA 
members perform a 
spectacular dance, 
featuring Spiderman 
and Superman. 







Ryan Neal. Engineering major 



ca Unloading a truck 


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full of clothing and 


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other college living 
accessories, the Oil 




girls help first-year 


students move into 


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VITAL 
STATISTICS 
ABOUT 
FRATERNITIES 



Alpha Phi Delta 
(APD) 

231 West 3rd St. 

Colors. 
Purple and Wnite 

Chapter Name 
Beta Rho 

Events 
Adopt-A-Hlghway. 
Relay For Life 



Delta Chi 

(DC) 

510 Myrtle St. 

Colors: 
Red and Buff 

Chapter Name: 
Gannon Chapter 

Events: 
Winners on Wheels 
Charity 



Pi Kappa Alpha 

(PIKE) 

515 West 7th St. 

Colors: 
Garnet and Old Gold 

Chapter Name: 
Epsilon Upslion 

Events 
30-Hour Fast. Box City 



Tau Kappa Epsilon 

(TKE) 

246 West 6th St. 

Colors: 
Cherry Red & Gray 

Chapter Name: 
Delta Chinumsan 

Events: 
Golden Harvest 



Zeta Beta Tau 

(ZBT) 

920 Myrtle St. 



Colors: 
Blue. Gold & White 

Chapter Name: 
Zeta Xi 

Events: 
ZBT-WERG Blood 

Drive 



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the men 

from I1KA 



The brothers of Pi Kappa Alpha greet 
individuals from all over the University, 
while collecting donations for local 
non-profit organizations at Box City. 



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PHI SIGMA SIGMA 

Ms. Melissa Lesniewski, adviser; Casey Hill, president, 
Sara Morris, treasurer; Britney Cerrie, new member 
director; Megan Fisher, panhellenic representative; 
Alexis Appleby, sisterhood; Molly Ciscell. new member 
director; Morgan Capello, Sarah Fritz, Katelyn O'Malley, 
Emily Oswald, Anna Sander, Mackenzie Speer 

PI KAPPA ALPHA 

Mrs. Karen Weston, adviser; Zachary Haigis, president; 
Gregory Gillespie, external vice president; David 
DAndrea, internal vice president; Samuel Cramer, 
secretary; Jeffrey Levy, treasurer; Ryan Neal, sargeant- 
at-arms; Andrew Agnew Jesse Delach, Christopher 
Edmonds, Wenjie Fang, Andrew Frost, Haris Halilovic, 
Ryan Hancox, Matthew Heitzenrater, Andrew Klass. 
Nicholas Kosanovich, Nathanial Kottner, Nathan Kruluts, 
Sean McCracken, Connor McGrail, Lucas McGuire, 
Christopher Moerke, Artem Nasibyan, Thomas Russo, 
Nathanial Sellner, Almir Skaiic. Christopher Smolinski, 
Joshua Steele, Nathan Yeager, Andrew Zihmer, David 
Zihmer 



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greek organizations 





oa The sisters of SIGMA 
SIGMA SIGMA spend 
their afternoon picking 
up sticks and raking 
leaves at Gridley Park 
during the United Way 
Day of Caring. 






ca Making use of 
her artistic abilities, 
Jessica Bush, a 
member of SIGMA 
SIGMA SIGMA, 
paints a canvas at 
an APB Art Night. 





oj Ryan Rickerson and 
Casey Hill, representing 
TAU KAPPA EPSILON 
and PHI SIGMA SIGMA, 
are presented to 
the crowd at the 
Homecoming game. 



gma Sigma "Pie-in-the-Face" Day 



c& During the Greek 
God / Goddess 
competition, the 
ladies of SIGMA 
SIGMA SIGMA follow 
commands given by 
a God candidate. 








TOP TEN 
REASONS 
FOR GOING 
GREEK 






(D A supportive community in which to 

grow and learn 

© Commitment to and support for 

academic achievement 

(3) Self-confidence and problem solving 

skills 

© The opportunity to meet a wide range 

of people and to form lasting friendships 

Enhancement of the college 
experience 



© Involvement opportunities within each 

chapter and the Greek community 

© A national network of sisters, brothers 

and alumni 

® Community service experiences 

(D Development of necessary skills and 

hands-on experience needed post 

graduation 

® Local and national leadership 

opportunities 




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eep time 

with the beat 



Crowds of people attend the annual 
Homecoming Parade to watch as 
Garrett Sturges and his fraternity 
brothers from Tau Kappa Epsilon show 
off their latest dance moves. 



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SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA 

Mr. Michael Goebel. adviser; Amber Nixon, president. 
Stephanie Derrick, vice president. Emily Lynch, 
secretary; Amanda Haller, treasurer; Sarah Hazi. 
education; Elissa Criner, recruiter; Tera Alvut, Jerrica 
Boroski, Therese Borowy, Allison Bryan, Leah Christy. 
Nelae Dechurch, Hannah Dunn, Molly Eimer, Tracy Fair, 
Ashley Faulkner, Allyssa Ferriell, Miranda Fetterman. 
Ashley Gleason, Rebecca Gralka, Jessica Jordan, 
Heather Kenny, Lauren LaCute, Dafina Loshaj. Kaitlin 
McConnell, Kelly McFate. Jessica Newara, Shannon 
O'Connor, Jamie Pitteroff, Katelyn Pollice, Kaitlyn Weitz, 
Allie Willis 



TAU KAPPA EPSILON 

Mr. Thomas Sebunia, adviser; Daniel Hooper, president; 
Ian Goodberlet, secretary; Mark Tishko, treasurer; Ryan 
Rickerson, chaplain; Garrett Sturges, historian; Kevin 
Cox, new member ed; Clayton Acker, Jeffrey Bauer, 
Sean Rouse, Rafael Silva, Chad Svaranowic, Alexander 
Yucas, Matthew Zorn 



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musical and academic organizations 





ca Flute players 
Sony Isaac and Tony 
DiPasqua display their 
unique gifts in the 
CONCERT BAND, while 
performing harmonious 
tunes and melodies. 









o? Alissa Verone, an 
HONORS PROGRAM 
Student Advisory 
Board member, 
collects raffle tickets 
during a monthly 
club meeting. 





ca After years of 
serving as Director 
of the HONORS 
PROGRAM, Rev. 
Robert Susa receives 
a Distinguished Faculty 
Award. 






olieen Schworz Physician Assistant major 



o3 Gannon's Alpha 
Sigma chapter of 
the LAMBDA SIGMA 
SOCIETY participates 
in both social and 
service events, 
such as GIVE Day. 





BENEFITS OF 
THE HONORS 
PROGRAM 



® 




Classroom 



Honors students enjoy 
smaller classes which ensure 
individual attention for the 
instructor and a greater 
sense of community. The 
seminar format of most 
courses also emphasizes 
active learning. 



( £, ) Diversity 

The Honors Program 
is available to all 
qualified students 
regardless of their 
chosen major, 
especially for 
motivated and 
inquisitive individuals. 




Unique features of the Honors 
Program include the interactions 
among students, extended contact 
with concerned faculty and 
participation in a wide range of 
social, cultural and educational 
events which help to nurture a 
friendly, close-knit environment. 



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& drums 

harmonize 



With the assistance of Director 
Bruce Morton Wright, musicians in 
the Gannon University Concert Band 
spend hours in preparation for their 
Winter and Spring performances. 



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CONCERT BAND 

Bruce Morton Wright, director; Alison Bartley. Lacey 
Bartoe. Taylor Blaetz, Jaclyn Blasius, Elizabeth Bocan. 
Erin Lynn Bogda, Brian Butti, Andrea Carnicella. Daniel 
Chasky, Mallory Croston, Cameron Curry, Amanda 
Dailey, Anthony DiPasqua, Alyssa Durkin, Matthew Ely. 
Amy Fischer. Sarah Fritz, Gretchen Greiner, Megan 
Gross. Ashley Hall, Lora Hohman, Sony Issac, Michael 
Kauffman, Brandi Kelly, Abby Kibler. Brian Kurtz, 
Jeremiah McLaughlin, Emily Oswald, Christine Peck, 
Andrew Pennock, Meghan Pomeroy. Kristen Rajczak, 
Kathryn Robbins, Angelica de Rosa, Chris Smolinski, 
Katie Tyner, Andrew Voytko, Cassandra Wasson, 
Sharon Wilson 

LAMBDA SIGMA 

Sophomore Honorary Society 

Mr. Alan Swingonski, adviser; Alexandra Williams, 
president; Laura Hunter, vice president; Sara Hopson, 
secretary; Mary Stewart, treasurer; Patrick Cetina. 
service chair; Anthony DiPasqua, Crista Duffy, Steven 
Hunter, Gail Johnston, Megan Johnston, Mallorie 
Keicher, Krista Lam, Shane Lavin, Jennifer Lindberg, 
Shannon Mahoney, Zachary Mattern, Sabra McCleary 
Krista Mershimer, Kelly Miele, Ashley Miller, Kasey 
Morrow, Elizabeth Morse, Jonathan Neenan. Jacklyn 
Oesmann, Danielle Ramus, Kelley Rouse, Derek 
Schimp, Jacob Scott, Katherine Shreve, Carrie Sisson, 
MacKenzie Stoner, Rebecca Vodzak, Jessica Zourelias 

PHI ETA SIGMA 

Ms. Marilyn Moore, adviser; Rev. George Strohmeyer, 
adviser; Stephanie Martinez, president; Jacklyn 
Oesmann. vice president; Allison Eckert, secretary; 
Brian Wilhelm, treasurer; Danielle Ramus, historian; 
James Overly, senior advisor 



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liberal arts 





oj Sophomore Sara 
Toth and senior Kelly 
Fennessy of SIGMA TAU 
DELTA welcome several 
new members at 
their Spring induction 
ceremony. 



03 Ahoy Maty! The 
HISTORY CLUB raises 
money for special 
club projects by 
selling T-shirts for 
Gannon's 1st Annual 
Pirate Day. 





03 Poetry fans unite! 
Meredith Cesare 
receives an autograph 
from Ted Kooser, the 
former United States 
poet laureate, at the 
ENGLISH Awards Night. 






Rueben Spinner. Education major 



ca Our dedicated 
faculty and staff 
are always on call 
to help advise 
students, such as 
PSYCHOLOGY major 
Melissa Conti. 








STUDYING 
AT THE NASH 
LIBRARY 




ie or the hottest study 
spots on campus, the Nash 
Library has a variety of 
amenities to suit the needs 
of any liberal arts major. 
Here are just a few tidbits 
to perk your interest: 

Schuster Gallery 

The third floor houses 
severol different art 
exhibits throughout the 
year 



Available Hours 
Students can utilize the 
facilities for up to 96 hours 
a week 

Cybercafe 

One of the most popular 
locations, this room 
contains several computers 
and laptop hubs. The only 
thing that students love 
more than wireless is the 
cappuccino machine! 



Children's 

Featuring a wide-drray 
of children's literature, 
this retro-themed space 
provides a welcoming 
environment for education 
majors. 

Circulation 

The Nash accommoddtes 
over 220.000 book 
volumes and 1 1,309 journal 
holdings. 



Movies 

Students can choose from 
over 1400 DVDs and videos 
for no rental fee Popcorn, 
anyone? 

Media Room 

Located in the ground 
floor of Nash Library, 
communication arts majors 
utilize digital editing suites 
and a television studio to 
increase their experience. 



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place 

than in a book 



Who needs textbooks when you have 
kid's fables? Sophomore education 
major Krista Mershimer checks out 
a children's storybook at a literary 
bazaar in Palumbo. 



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KAPPA DELTA PI 

HONONARY EDUCATION SOCIETY 

Shelly Bentley, Ed.D.. adviser, Melissa Cherry, president; 
Edward Spinner, vice president; Melinda Klavon. secretary. 
Jenny Cangilla, treasurer; Rebecca McEwen, historian; 
Corinne Heard, membership chair; Mallory Croston, 
publicity; Krystin Benkowski, Katherina Bierbower, Marina 
Borisenko, Chase Burnett. Cynthia Campbell, Tricia Close, 
Benjamin Cobbett, Leanna Derrick, Rebecca Eberly. Julie 
Foster, Sarah Fritz, Kathleen Graham, Brian Hahn, Sarah 
Hazi, Lauren Hopkins, Jessica Jordan, Michael Kauffman, 
Molly Keyes, Petson Koenig, Lindsey Marie Kruse, Stephanie 
Laino, Heidi Lott, Kristyn Massafra, Aaron McCutcheon, 
Kelly Miele, Allyson Miller, Jessica Newara, Kadie Ondrus, 
James Overly, Anthony Parsons, Robert Perry, David 
Reichard, Kyle Runge, Katie Snyder, Lauren Soldner, Jill 
Stanley, Meghan Washek 



GANNON HISTORICAL SOCIETY 

Robert Allhouse, Ph.D., adviser; Robert Perry, president; 
Marc Brightman. Wiliam Chapnick, Kyle Churman, Tricia 
Close, Christopher Cuviello. Ryan Farrell, Antony Groh, 
Andrea Janis, Brian Kraus. Brian Kurtz, Emily Livingston, 
Robert McDonald, Miles McFall. Emily Oswald. Michael 
Rodgers, Michele Seaman. Jeffrey Shaffer, Karlee Turkaly 
Jacob Williamson, Joseph Wright. Nathan Ziegler 



PHI ALPHA THETA 

HISTORY HONORARY SOCIETY 

Robert Allhouse. Ph.D.. adviser; Tricia Close, president; 
Jessica Cowher. treasurer; John Roach, ritual; William 
Smothers 

SIGMA TAU DELTA 

ENGLISH HONORARY SOCIETY 

Michael Tkach, adviser; Kelly Fennessy. president; Kara 
Sheldon, vice president; Sara Toth, secretary/treasurer; 
Stephanie Martinez, historian; Robbie Dixon, Trenae Egan, 
Matthew Homer, Nicole Kasiorek. Peyton Koenig, Chelsea 
Pluta, Benjamin Speggen, Stephen Zimmerly 

STUDENT PENNSYLVANIA STATE 
EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (SPSEA) 

Margaret Clark, Ph.D., adviser. Jenny Cangilla, president; 
Aaron McCutcheon, vice president; Katie Snyder, 
secretary; Mallory Croston, treasurer, Merissa Proch, 
publicity, Katherina Bierbower, Jerrica Boroski, Sarah Fritz, 
Brian Hahn, Emily Hanovick, Corinne Heard, Amanda 
Johnson. Heather Kenny, Stephanie Laino, Kelly Miele, 
Nicole Mottillo, Katelyn Pollice, Kaitlyn Reed, Deanna 
Rubenstein, Jamie Shadd 



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historv in the making 





ca Dan King, Steve 
Straub, Kelly Quinn, 
Almir Selimovic, 
Leah Christy, and 
Noelle Schad 
gather for the AOI 
inductions. 




ca Steven Zimmerly, 
Tiffany Sturey, 
and Ryan Farrell 
organize a CAMPUS 
CONSERVATIVES movie 
night, featuring a film 
about Radical Islam. 







ca Juniors Adam 
Caldwell and Matthew 
Thomas write letters 
to the (Gannon 
Knight) editor on 
behalf of CAMPUS 
CONSERVATIVES. 



Elizabeth Hudson. Communication Arts major 



ca Members of Pi 
Sigma Alpha pave 
their way to the 
White House by 
offering a voter 
registration booth 
at the Relay for Life. 






10 STUDY SKILLS 
WHICH WILL 
LEAD TO 
SUCCESS 






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O Don't miss your first class in each course. 

© Attend classes regularly Don't skip a class unless you have a very good reason. 

© Get to know someone in each class, so that you have a study partner. 

© Purchase your textbooks as soon as the instructor announces the text 

© Organize your materials Keep a notebook and binder for each class and keep your handouts properly 

dated 

© Use the student handbook/ datebook to keep track of all assignment due dates and exam dates 

© Organize your time. Practice Time Management and begin following a schedule right from the start. 

© Make it a habit to sleep at least 7-8 hours each night 

© Eat a balanced diet and get enough exercise daily 

© Take some time each evening for yourself Relax and reflect on your day. You may even want to keep 

a journal of your daily activities 



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sponsor 

house of healing 



As a service opportunity, criminal 
justice majors began a clothing and 
paper goods drive for the House 
of Healing. This program provides a 
positive environment where women 
and their children can learn how to 
make dramatic lifestyle changes. 



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ALPHA PHI SIGMA 

CRIMINAL JUSTICE HONOR SOCIETY 

Maria Garase, Ph.D., Kaylee Kebort. vice president; 
Georgiy Kotanchiyev, secretary; Aaron Bove, treasurer. 
Noelle Schad. personnel; Richard Bauerle, Maurice 
Clarke. Jennifer Devine, Stephan Gdanetz. Jonathan 
Henry, Carol Kienzl, Anne Lipford, Elizabeth McLaughlin, 
Ben Moore. Kelly Quinn, Stephan Straub, Andrew 
Sturgin, Vicki Vitter 

CAMPUS CONSERVATIVES 

Douglas King, Ph.D., adviser; Stephen Zimmerly, 
chairman; Adam Caldwell, treasurer; Richard Bauerle, 
Valerie Bayer, Kyle Churman, Ryan Farrell, Mathias 
German, Kaylee Kebort, Thomas Panighetti, Tiffany 
Sturey, Andrew Sturgin, Matthew Thomas 

CRIMINAL JUSTICE ASSOCIATION 

Michael McSkimming, Ph.D., adviser; Erin Foley, 
president; Daniel King, vice president; Douglas Kozak, 
secretary; Jason Beaford, Penny Cattledge, Emma 
Donathen, Kaylee Kebort, Thomas Montaglione, 
Monica Reynolds, Andrea Sanner, Noelle Schad, 
Margaret Sementilli, Dominique Wiggins, Christopher 
Yeany 

LEGAL STUDIES CLUB 

Ms. Bernadette Agresti, adviser; Amy LaManna, 
president; Anne Call, secretary; Jennifer Ashbaugh, 
treasurer; Elizabeth McLaughlin, public relations. 
Genevieve Davis, social chair; Stephanie Biearman, 
Janet Davis, Anthony Groh, Emily Horanic, Ashley 
McKowan, Lana Mkrtycheva, Michelle Rebar, Lierin 
Rossman, Jenna Walton. Jennifer Wisniewski 

PERSHING RIFLES 

MAJ Michael Dunlavey, adviser; Ben Moore, president; 
Talia Sibert, vice president; Ryan Genard. secretary; 
Benjamin Bevich, treasurer; Robert Aldrich, Christa 
Angelotti, Chase Burnett, Jonathan Cross, Jennifer 
Kline, Stanley Krysiak, Astasia May, Julie Ross, Eric 
Schumacher, Stephanie Waugh, Frank Zielinski 



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psychology of business 




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Ashley Jastrom Business Administration major 




ca Do you need some 
energy for the walk? 
PSYCHOLOGY CLUB 
members sell baked 
goods to raise funds 
for the American 
Cancer Society Relay. 



05 "Life Savers" 
Sarah Gudgeon 
and Amy Lamana 
model their 
ADVERTISING CLUB 
apparel at the 
Relay For Life. 





ca Dr. Robin Powers, 
adviser for the national 
psychology honor 
society celebrates 
with new members at 
the PSI CHI induction 
ceremony. 



c« MARKETING CLUB 
provides students 
with valuable 
resources through 
its affiliation with the 
American Marketing 
Association. 






PROPER 

BUSINESS 

ATTIRE 



When preparing for 
an interview or arriving 
at a workplace for 
your first day of 
employment, you must 
present yourself In a 
professional manner. 

Following proper dress 
codes will help you in 
making a good first 
Impression for future 
employers. 



Women's Dress Code: 

• Black, gray, navy, or pin-striped 
tailored suit 

• Skirts should be no more than 1" 
above the knee 

• Light, solid colored blouse 

• Dark. flat, or low heeled shoes 
with neutral panty hose 

• Minimal jewelry 

• Natural looking makeup 

• Neatly done short hair, long hair 
pulled back 




Men's Dress Code: 



• Black, gray, or navy tailored suit 

• White long-sleeved dress shirt 

• Black, knee high dress socks 

• Dark shined shoes 

• No cologne 

• Limit all jewelry - only two rings 

• No facial hair, except for well 
kept beards 

• Neatly trimmed hair cut 




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to business 



Dr. Charles Bennett Assistant 
Professor in the Finance program, 
holds a simulation in Old Main for 
undergraduates majoring in the 
business department. 



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James E. Miller, D.B.A.. adviser: Atty. Scott Miller, J.D., 
adviser; Molly Lewis, president; Patrick Kloecker, vice 
president; Renata Polakowski, secretary; Maggie 
Lewis, treasurer; John Armbruster, Lisa Bolte, Alyssa 
Brigham, Gregory Bungo, Nikki Champion, Thomas 
DeMillion, Jacgueline Hranica, Ashley Hughes, Allison 
Jones, Ashley Kujbus. Megan Lano, Robert Scalise, 
Steven Sweeney, Mark Tishko 

GU ADVERTISING CLUB 

Ms. Anne O'Neill-Klemensic, adviser; Miranda Hall, co- 
president; Erin Sutherin, co-president; Lindsey Brungo, 
vice president; Michaelyn Orlando, treasurer; Sarah 
Gudgeon, fundraising; Jenna Reitz, marketing director; 
Whitney Burkett. Nathaniel Coon, Rachelle Downey. 
Megan Gross. Anna Monahan, Lindsay Reitz 

ALPHA KAPPA PSI 
Professional Business Fraternity 

Atty Scott Miller, J.D., adviser; Carleen Mamrak, 
president; Amanda Chess, vp alumni/heritage; 
Kathleen Thompson, vp membership; Lindsey Brungo, 
vp performance; Erin Sutherlin, secretary; Morgan 
Capello, pledge master; Wenjie Fang, Gregory 
Gillespie, Sarah Gudgeon. Stacey Kull 

PSI CHI 

National Honor Society in Psychology 

Robin Powers, Ph.D., adviser; David Spence, president. 
Ashley Gleason, vice president; Melissa Bruckart, 
secretary; Kayla Rohleder, treasurer; Zachary 
Bernazzoli, Allison Borland, Bethany Brinkman, Timothy 
Forester, Miles McFall, Sarah McKelvey. Angela 
Morrone, Amber Nixon, Russell Sivetz 

PSYCHOLOGY 

Luke J. Rosielle, Ph.D., adviser; Dr. Robin Powers, 
Ph.D., adviser; Dr. Ryan Leonard, Ph.D., adviser; Leslie 
Guthrie, president; Staci Toy, vice president; Alisha 
Simpson, secretary; Angela Morrone, treasurer; Allison 
Borland, Melissa Conti, Dennyse Dezsi, Erin Foley, Ashley 
Gleason, Amanda Hamorsky, Ellen Krol, Stephanie 
Lohr, Jennifer Lucas, Michael Perez, Stephanie Quigley, 
Ashley Sayles, Jacauelyn Schigel. Megan Wolf 



MARKETING CLUB 

Michael Messina, Ph.D., adviser. Michael Hytla, 
president; Nathaniel Coon, vice president; Bugra 
Asian, Jonathan Klein, Jenna Reitz, Anna Richter 



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jldeep Singh, Amnnder Singh, and Tarun Parmor 





oj These international 
students enjoy an 
INDIAN style meal of 
rice, dal, and curry 
before celebrating 
Diwali. a national 
Indian holiday. 



05 Lights, Camera, 
Action! MINORITY 
CULTURES UNITED 
students hit the 
catwalk to show 
off the latest Spring 
fashion trends. 





ca FOREIGN LANGUAGE 
CLUB members, Melissa 
Bruckart and Kim 
Varela, serve Mexican 
style, mouth-watering 
desserts from across 
the border. 



ca First-year 
students Stephanie 
Stalnaker and Jess 
Charlton enjoy the 
holiday in style with 
MCU by decorating 
Christmas bulbs. 




ONE WORLD 
UNDER 
THE ARCH 



For the 20th consecutive year, the International Student Association, along with the ISO, hosted 
International Night! This year's event highlighted food, song, and dance from over 20 countries. 
From Nigerian fried plantains to Vietnamese spring rolls to those spicy delights from Hyderabad. 
India, the international food bazaar satisfied even the most diverse worldly taste buds. 

After the bazaar, several students and members of the Erie community shared the joys of their 
cultures through song and dance. The stunning performances and magical costumes included 

Greek Dance. Polish Folk Dance, Filipino Folk Dance, Chinese Lion and Fan Dances, Carpatho- 
Rusyn Dance and Song, Bhangra Dance from India Afghani Music and Dance, Storytelling from the 
Sudan, and Saudi Fashion Show 






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adds extra spice 



Krissy Rajcak receives a Mehndi tattoo 
during the Culture Night festivities, an 
annual event where students employ 
all of their senses as they experience 
an array of new and interesting 
cultural traditions. 



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FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLUB 

Marta Acosta. Ph.D.. adviser; Jack Marcus, adviser; 
Melissa Bruckart. president; Elissa Criner. vice president; 
Saul Leyva, II, secretary; KimPerly Varela. treasurer. 
Tiaralynn Borstorff. Jean Groner, Samantha Herrmann, 
Venera Loshaj. Ben Luebbert. Carmen Ogrodnik, 
Colleen dinger, Stefanie Otten, Glenn Pascarella. 
Brenna Peters. Chelsea Pluta. Christina Sochor, Jennifer 
Tresler 

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT 
ASSOCIATION (ISA) 

Mr. Matthew Brinker, adviser; Nishant Tiwari, president; 
Charu Banga, vice president; Shaundra Curtis, 
secretary; Bugra Asian, treasurer; Wing Wong, public 
relations; Sony Issac, SGA representative; Yuliya 
Butsenka, Lavanya Devdas, Olufoyeke Fasakin, 
Danielle Jean-Baptiste, Kiran Kamani. Chelsea 
Lenaway, Anna Monahan, Minal Patel, Randl Porter, 
Lavan Sankaraneni, Raghu Vanaparthy, Ajayraj 
Veerasamy, Jawahar Vendrathi, Brandon Wiley, Sree 
Yeeli 

MINORITY CULTURES UNITED (MCU) 

Ms. Bonita Booker, adviser; Jessica Wilkes-Mobley, 
president; Shaundra Curtis, vice president; Rebecca 
Nyutu, treasurer; Nathalie-Ann Brown, Nicole Brown, 
Vincent Bruce, Jessica Charlton, Cameron Curry, 
Olufoyeke Fasakin, Dominique Graves, Tierra Harris, 
Danielle Jean-Baptiste. James Rankin, Jr., Laina 
Schwertz, Stephanie Stalnaker, Alysia Tucker 

MODEL UNITED NATIONS (MUN) 

Mr. Paul Foust, adviser; Shannon Snook, secretary 
general; Stephanie Fetzner, assistant secretary 
general; Caitlin Andrews, Valerie Bayer, Andrew 
Bennett, Stephanie Biearman, Erin Bogda, Aaron 
Bove, Melissa Bruckart, Andrea Carnicella, Elissa Criner. 
Amanda Flick, Antony Groh. Zachary Haigis, Kaylee 
Kebort, Brian Kurtz, Irena Lazarevic, Emily Livingston. 
Elizabeth Morse, Jonathan Neenan, Mack Ochs, 
Rebecca Perry, Rebekah Pickett, Amanda Sloan. 
Edward Spinner, Matthew Thomas, Kimberly Varela 



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career 



build 



ers 





ca Carrying roses and 
dressed in style, the 
representatives of ETA 
KAPPA NU make an 
appearance on the 
field during halftime of 
the Homecoming game. 



03 Charu Banga, 
Brad DesLauriers, 
Kevin Mo wry, Emilie 
Hirt, and Nishant 
Tiwari attend the 
annual IEEE sector 
dinner. 





oj Engineering 
majors David Zihmer, 
Emilie Hirt, and Brad 
DesLauriers look 
stunning in their formal 
attire at the ETA KAPPA NU 
induction ceremony. 



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Gourav Rajput Mechanical Engineering major 



03 During the year, 
the members of IEEE 
invited Dr. Gregory 
Reed, a 1985 
Gannon graduate, 
to talk about the power 
engineering field. 




On Friday. April 1 1. Gannon hosted "Mechanical Engineering Day" for more than 40 local middle school 
students, ranging in age from fifth through eighth grade. 




STUDENTS 
ANTICIPATE 
CAREERS IN 
ENGINEERING 






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While intending to inspire the students to excel in the sciences, technology, engineering, and math, this 
event provided a uniaue. fun learning opportunity Organizers at Gannon also hope the event would 
encourage the students to consider eventually a career in engineering 

More than 30 Gannon engineering students helped coordinate the activities, which exposed the group to 
the range of possible careers In engineering as well as the many ways engineers impact every day life The 
schedule also included a number of fun and educational hands-on learning experiences, focusing on heat 
transfer/fluid dynamics, structures/strength of materials, and design 

Mechanical Engineering Day was made possible by a $1,500 grant from the American Society of Mechanical 
Engineers to Gannon's student chapter of the ASME. 



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AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL 

ENGINEERS 

Gong Chen, Ph.D.. adviser; Valerie Adams, vice 
president; Daniel Voigt, treasurer; Gregory Cherok, 
Nicholas Forsythe, Haris Halilovic, Daniel Hebert, 
Nathanial Kottner, Stefan Lamers, Jeffrey Levy, 
Kevin McElhaney. Kane Moore, Jeremy Nutt, Joseph 
Pawlowski, John Pichette. David Postwaite. Andrew 
Voytko 

ASSOCIATION FOR COMPUTING MACHINERY 
Dr. Mei-Huei Tang, Ph.D., adviser; John Wenskovitch, Jr., 
chair; Allen Grimm, vice president; Frank Hiller, secretary; 
Justin Furiga, treasurer; Troy Conauer, Mathias German, 
Christopher Groh, Jubi Kappil. Stephanie Lohr. Ben 
Luebbert, Chris Mclntyre, Cy Messmer, Joseph Morgan, 
Nicholas Orlando, James Overly, Jeffrey Wenskovitch, 
David Wilson 

ETA KAPPA NU 

Engineering Honor Society 

Frank Bogacki, adviser; Dr. Gang Zheng, Ph.D., adviser; 
Alan Adzima, president; Ryan Neal, vice president; 
Andrew Zihmer, treasurer; Dan Gagich, Jishnu Sasi 

INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC 

ENGINEEERS (IEEE) 

Mehmet Cultu, Ph.D., adviser; Andrew Zihmer. president; 
Allen Grimm, vice president; Christopher Moerke, 
secretary; Emilie Hirt, treasurer; Kevin Mowry, webmaster; 
Charu Banga, Brad DesLauriers, Daniel Gagich, Adam 
Green, Andrew Klass, Ryan Neal. Varun Santhaseelan, 
Jishnu Sasi, Nishant Tiwari, David Zihmer 

SOCIETY OF WOMEN ENGINEERS 
Karinna Vernaza, adviser, Valerie Adams, president, 
Jennifer Bennett, vice president; Lindsey Elnikar, 
secretary; Holli Michaels, treasurer; Angelica De Rosa, 
Angelica Duarte Moya. Amanda Eckhart, Erica Flanders. 
Hannah Kirby, Stephen Meisner, Gladys Payne. John 
Pichette. Daniel Voigt, Krista Wayne. Jessica Ziemianski 

WOMEN IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING 

(WISE) 

Susan Sapone. adviser. Katie Cunningham, president. 
Kortney Marszalek. vice president; Julie Miller, secretary. 
Jaimie Pierce, treasurer; Courtney Aker, Ashley Baird. 
Leanne Borland. Rosie Callaghan. Renee Eismont, 
Amanda Hamorsky. Emilie Hirt. Amanda Kindzia. Kayla 
McGregor. Lisa Meyer, Chelsey Nagle, Alisha Simpson. 
Stephanie Stalnaker, Sierra Vondenhuevel. Stephanie 
Wilson 



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qj Always willing to 
share a hug or a smile, 
Megan Pilar makes a 
new friend during the 
60's themed GUSEC 
dance and social 
event. 



ca President of 
SOCIAL CONCERNS 
CLUB, Kimberly 
Urbanowicz, helps 
Jonathan Halter 
send a petition to 
his congressman. 




Nathan Kruluts. Sport and Exercise Science major 



oj Members of 
ALPHA PHI OMEGA, 
a Greek service 
fraternity, use the 
Homecoming 
parade as a forum 
for recruitment. 




05 First-year students, 
Lindsey Kurtz and 
Meghan Hope learn 
about world hunger 
while attending the 
SOCIAL CONCERNS 
CLUB Global Banquet. 






SERVICE 
SITES & 
PROJECTS 



During the 2007-2008 
school year, the Gannon 
community contributed to 
over 200 service sites, locally, 
nationally, and internationally. 

Those sites included federal 
work-studies, community 
service projects, financial 
and material donations, 
as well as service-learning 
experiences. Here is just a 
sampling of those locations: 



• Catholic Diocese of 
Erie Refugee Ministries. St. 
Martin Center, Catholic 
Charities 

• City of Erie CHAMPS. 

Program. Mayors Office. 
Elderhostel, Emmaus Soup 
Kitchen, Watson-Curtze 
Mansion 

• Gannon University 

Christmas Angels, Athletic 



Department, Social Work 
Dinner 

• National and Out- 
of-Town Service Sites 

Witness for Peace, 
Wounded Warrior Project, 
Yellowstone National Park 

• International Locations 

Friends of Haiti, Hands 
Across the Border, Save 
Darfur Campaign 




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umanity 

leads to hope 



A group of students have formed a 
local chapter of Habitat for Humanity, 
a Christian organization which seeks 
to improve our community by making 
ownership of decent, affordable 
housing possible. 



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GANNON UNIVERSITY SOCIETY FOR 
EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN (GUSEC) 

Ms. Merri Beth Knappenberger. adviser; Megan Pilar, president, 
Mallory Croston. vice president. Peyton Koenig, secretary; 
Kristyn Massafra. ESO ambassador; Briana Catanese. historian; 
Katherina Bierbower. Lindsey Bocian. Paige Bodenschatz, 
Jerrica Boroski, Jenny Cangilla. Melissa Cherry, Bridget 
Cole. Heather Cropp. Dennyse Dezsi, Rebecca Eberly, Emily 
Hanovick, Danielle Hauck, Brooke Hayes, Corinne Heard, 
Bethany Herbold, Meghan Hope, Amanda Johnson, Jessica 
Jordan, Heather Kenny, Molly Keyes, Chelsey Klube. Rebecca 
McEwen, Julie Mellin. Allyson Miller, Amanda Moran, Nicole 
Mottillo. Michelle Owczarczak. Lisa Peretich. Katelyn Pollice. 
Merissa Proch. Kaitlyn Reed, Adrienne Schwartz, Katie Snyder. 
Jill Stanley 

HABITAT AT GANNON 

Ms Gretchen Fairley, adviser; Edwin Koch, III, president; 
Nicholas Dombrowski, vice president, Marissa Vasconi, 
secretary; Rachel Paschke, treasurer; Justine Beck, Emily 
Cahill. William Chapnick, Katherine Cogswell. Allyce Cooper, 
Colleen Corrigan. Nicolette Critelli, Mallory Croston, Dennyse 
Dezsi, Lauren Eckman, Rebecca Fresch, Sarah Gates, Leslie 
Guthrie, Amanda Hamorsky, Erica Hassen, Christopher Jonda, 
Mallorie Keicher, Hannah Kirby, Michael Koprowski, Megan 
Kramer. Lindsey Kurtz, Rebecca Lelonek, Timothy Mackey, 
Autumn Marshall, Kristyn Massafra, Kristen McCullough. Krista 
Mershimer, Jessica Moore, Ashley Morley, Kasey Morrow, 
Adrianna Piccone, Liana Pierce. Roxanne Proch, Kyle Runge. 
Daniel Sanchez, Adrienne Sekerak. Alisha Simpson, Katie 
Snyder, Christina Sochor. James Swagler, Kathleen Thompson. 
Kathryn Trapp, Marissa Versalle, Cassandra Wasson. Kathryn 
Webb, Danielle Zavada, Jessica Zourelias 

SOCIAL CONCERNS CLUB 

Mrs. Arlene Montevecchio. adviser. Kimberly Urbanowicz. 
president. Jennifer Ramp, vice president, Marissa Vasconi. 
secretary; Cara Campbell, treasurer; Leslie Guthrie, Jonathon 
Halter. Amanda Hamorsky. Bethany Herbold, Laura Hunter, 
Lindsey Kurtz, Jennifer Miller, Michael Mion, Kyle Runge, Andrea 
Sanner, Jackie Schigel, Talia Sibert. Alisha Simpson. Amanda 
Stolz. Alysia Tucker 

SOCIAL WORK CLUB 

Parris Baker, Ph D., adviser, Angelica Contreras, president; 
Brandi Kelly, vice president, Molly Ciscell, treasurer, Christina 
Ballish, Valerie Bayer, Anne Call. Natesha Champion, Amanda 
Colemon, Michelle Connor. Kylie Deneen. Rebecca Feick, 
Maureen Filipowicz, Melmda Gamble, Jerome Golombek, 
Tierra Harris, Jessica Henry, Rachel Hepler, Timothy Holland. 
Mark Kendrick, Danielle Krol, Jennifer Leech, Kanchana 
Matson, Johanna Mulcahy Amber Nixon, Michael Palmero, 
Hope-Anne Parks, Rachel Paschke. Stacie Pedersen. Anoia 
Rhodes. Sarah Schneider, Christina Smith, David Spence, 
Roberto Torres. Kristi Tyler, Michael Whelan. Jennifer Yurko 



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ca The equipment at 
the Carneval Athletic 
Pavilion (CAP) gives 
EXERCISE SCIENCE 
majors hands-on 
training, as well as a 
physical workout. 



oa This scholar 
shows how NURSING 
majors will soon 
benefit from the use 
of simulations in the 
Robert H. Morosky 
Academic Center. 



oj Along with other 
ALPHA TAU DELTA 
participants, these 
women make 
strides to create 
awareness about 
living healthy. 



COMMUNITY 
HEALTH FAIR 
CREATES A BUZZ 






Gannon University Nursing Center hosted its annual Community Health Fair on 
Thursday, April 10. Health and nutrition were two of the highlighted topics of the 
day. 



The fair, "What's the Buzz? Bee Your Best!" ran from 4-7 p.m. at the John E. Horan 
Community Center, 730 Tacoma Road. The event was free and open to the public. 

The focus of the fair included areas like fire safety, bicycle safety, and healthy 
recipes and nutrition Attendees had the opportunity to partake in family-oriented 
fun activities, and children enjoyed playing in a Dino Jump. Prizes and food were 
also provided 



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the 2009 opening of a Patient Simulation 
Center, which will utilize high-fidelity human 
patient simulators to provide health science 
students the opportunity to apply classroom 
knowledge in a real-world setting. 



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ALPHA TAU DELTA 
Nursing Honor Society 

Karen Lumia, adviser; Dr. Lisa Quinn, Ph.D., adviser; Jennifer 
Krysinski. president; Kristen Ochs, vice president; Jessica 
Rodgers, secretary; Becky Greiner, treasurer; Shannon 
Kearney, activities coordinator; Kaeli Freeborough. 
historian, Megan Fisher, rush director; Leanne Borland, 
social chair; Amanda Adams, Alexis Appleby, Jamie 
Aquino, Teague Bintrim, Rachel Cringoli, Ashley Dalonzo, 
Justine Dickenson, Crista Duffy, Melissa Engstrom, Nicole 
Fiore, Neal Ford, Sarah Gerard, Mary Gregg, Getchen 
Greiner, Emily Griffith, Sarah Heberlein, Casey Hill, Lindsay 
Hollerman, Jessica Hosterman, Krystal Kennett, Jennifer 
Kuhn, Meredith Lilly, Terryn Mague. Kelly McGill, Mallorie 
Mulhearn, Chelsey Nagle, Katelyn O'Malley, Karen 
Reardon, Tiffany Reichert, Sarah Rountree, Tiffany Shaffer, 
Katie Stanton, Lesley Swintek, Michele Tenon, Alyssa 
Thompson, Rebecca Vodzak, LaUren Walker. Andrea 
Zappitella 

EXERCISE SCIENCE CLUB 

Suzanne Kitts, adviser; Deborah Marshall, president; 
Crystal Myers, vice president; Miranda Hall, secretary; 
Tessa Mosier, treasurer; Brianna Anderson, Kristen Andrews, 
Percy Artis, Jr., Robert Barner, Megan Beresford, Jessica 
Betzhold, Danielle Booser, Rosemary Bowe, Margaret 
Bowser, Dnaielle Brunozzi, Braig Catalfu, Patrick Cetina, 
Carly Clarke, Colleen Corrigan, Shaundra Curtis, Melissa 
DAngelo, Amanda Dailey, Jeremy Detsch. Julian DiGilio, 
Jessica Domis, Richard Dragoone, Alyssa Durkin, Christina 
Easkin, Matthew Ely, Whitney Finch. Allison Fisher. Paul 
Fledderman, Morgan Gaetano. Gregory Gillespie, Evan 
Gould, Danielle Hauck, Andrew Hay. Erin Herhold. Elizabeth 
Hess, James Higgins, Jodi Hindman, Heather Hoffman, 
Megan Johnston, Tiffany Joyce, Kyle Kellerman, Nathan 
Kruluts, Krista Lam, Kristin Laskowski, Rebeccca Lelonek, 
Erin Lochner, Angela Marini, Zachary Mattern, Ward 
McCracken, Julie Mellin, Noelle Miller. Brandon Monin, 
Abigail Mowrer, Maria Nasca. Shannon O'Connor. Devon 
O'Hern. Brooke Orris, Lauren Panchak, Megan Pawlikowski, 
Richard Peterson, Casee Piquett, James Rankin, Jr., Lisa 
Ripper, Justin Rivera, Kristin Schalk. Mara Sedlock, Brittany 
Seyler, Ryan Sharkey, Allison Straub, Aaron Susmarski, 
Joseph Timon, Michael Valeria Karla Varee, Jorge Varela, 
Kim Vargas, Sierra Vondenhueval, Stephanie Waugh 

GU SOCIETY FOR RESPIRATORY CARE 

Charles Cornfield, adviser; Meghan Bevendge. president; 
Jennifer Belsole. vice president; Irina Kravchuk, secretary; 
Barbara Mac Issac, treasuer; Jessica Bloss, Charles 
Michael, Lucas Mortimer, Emily Serge, Chad Svaranowic, 
Ruslan Zakharchuk 

STUDENT DIETETICS ASSOCIATION 

Dr. Dawna Mughal. Ph.D., adviser; Mary Roberge, 
president; Ashley Simmons, secretary. Elise Golden, 
treasurer; Juliet Parry, treasurer 



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oa Sophomores Allison 
Eckert and Danielle 
Martin sell delicious 
baked goods as a 
GUSPAS fundraiser. 
These girls are bringing 
in the "dough." 



Qj When the Erie 
sunshine returns 
after a long 
winter hiatus, 
OCCUPATIONAL 
THERAPY students 
study outdoors. 




Mr Robert H Morosky. 1963 Gannon alumni 





03 Everyone enjoys 
a free massage... 
PHYSICAL THERAPY 
majors may one day 
be offering you a 
similar service free of 
charge. 







HEALTH SCIENCE 
PROGRAMS 
RECEIVE 
GENEROUS GIFT 



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proudly display their 
banner during the 
Homecoming parade. 
Their slogan reads: 
Caregivers Specializing 
In... Las Vegas. 



A Gannon alumnus and member of the University's Board of Trustees, Mr. Robert H Morosky. has agree* 
to donate a major gift to Gannon to name the University's latest building acquisition located at 150 West 
Tenth Street The Robert H. Morosky Academic Center will house a new College at Gannon that will be 
named in honor of Mr Morosky and will primarily include the health professions programs 

"We are very excited about and grateful for this generous gift from Mr. Morosky.. The new building 
and the College will be named in his honor for his time, expertise and financial contributions to Gannon 
University and the Catholic Churchr said Antoine M. Garibaldi, Ph D.. President. 

The University's enrollment of 4134 students this fall is its largest total enrollment In 15 years The University's 
signature health science programs, including physician assistant, physical therapy, occupational therapy, 
nursing, sport and exercise science, respiratory care, radiological sciences and medical technology have 
also experienced record growth. This new building and the College will enable the University's dynamic 
faculty to provide the latest technological resources, and cutting-edge laboratories necessary to enhance 
faculty and student research, and the overall teaching and learning environment. 



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mystery 



premiere 



Physician assistant students keep their 
audience in suspense at their 10th 
annual dinner theater. Proceeds from 
the event benefit a health-related 
charity chosen by GUSPAS. 



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GU SOCIETY OF PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT 
STUDENTS (GUSPAS) 

Mrs. Carolyn Knox, adviser; Samantha Clawges. president. Allison 
Karan. vice president; Caitlin Gardner, secretary. Stephanie 
Ross, treasurer, Ashley Baird. Alexandria Benn, Christa Blose. 
Tiffany Bosworth. Tatyana Bovkun, Ashley Brown. Craig Brumagin. 
Deadria Clarke, Kirsten Colaberardino. John Connelly, Erin 
Copland, Laura Corathers, Diane Corey. Rebecca Crawford. 
Angela Creviston. Nicolette Critelli. Amber Cvetich, Lindsay 
Driscoll, Christina Dyckes, Allison Eckert. Renee Eismont. Ashley 
Eliason, Michael Eller. Samantha Feezle. Sarah Gamel, Ryan 
Genard, Kate Greene, Courtney Halstead, Shannon Hemphill, 
Samantha Herrmann, Heather Hobaugh, Laura Horneman, Steven 
Humansky. Steven Hunter, Meghan Hurley. Whitney Huston, Allysa 
Jankowski. Ashley Jarboe. Samantha Jenkins. Tiffany Jennings. 
Jessi Johnson, Christopher Jonda, Mallorie Keicher. Amanda 
Kmdzia. Hannah Koenig, Lindsay Kohser, Mark Lauffer. Jennifer 
Lindberg, Justin Lowe, Lindsey Manos. Danielle Martin. Ashley 
McLellan. Corey McMurray, KariAnn Mech, Ashley Morley, Kasey 
Morrow, Molly Murrer, Kristin Myers, Rebecca Opaluch. Stefanie 
Otten, Bridger Philson, Jaimie Pierce, Margo Puhala. Jennifer 
Ramp, Trent Reed. Joshua Reynolds, Ross Reynolds, Amanda 
Roche. Heather Ropelewski. Anthony Rotello. Angela Salvino, 
Jessica Schmidt. Jessica Schrock. Colleen Schwarz. Adrienne 
Sekerak. David Snyder, Shawna Steffan, Chelsey Straight, Malarie 
Syersak, Jennifer Tresler, Breanna Vanstee. Emily Wainwright. 
Catherine Walczak. Michelle Werner. Lauren Witherup. Allison 
Wolfe. Crystal Wozniak. Jinying Zheng, Michael Zigler 

PHI THETA EPSILON (OT HONOR SOCIETY) 

Bernadette Hattjar, Dr. OT., Sarah Butler, president; Katherine 
Conner, vice president. Julie Douglas, secretary. Aleah 
Karsonovich. treasurer. Emily Clark. Brittany Cramer. Erin Gaydos. 
Lindsay Grimes, Elizabeth Hornak, Jessica Toth. Shayna Weir 

PHYSICAL THERAPY CLUB 

Carolyn A. Galleher, adviser. Jodi Hindman, president. Shaundra 
Curtis, vice president, Matthew Ely, secretary; Patrick Cetina. 
treasurer; Heather Hoffman, historian, Robert Barner. Dawnitza 
Colaluca. Katherine Cunningham. Melissa DAngelo, Amanda 
Dailey. Kristin Devlin. Jessica Domis. Mary Eshenour. Whitney 
Finch, Allison Fisher, Matthew Galbo, Danielle Hauck. Andrew Hay. 
Elizabeth Hess. James Higgins. Danielle Houston. Laura Hunter, 
Megan Johnston. Tiffany Joyce. Krista Lam, Rebecca Lelonek, 
Erin Lochner, Robert Lombardo. Deborah Marshall, Zachary 
Mattern, Ellen McCauley, Elizabeth McElroy, Julie Mellin, Valerie 
Moeller, Tessa Mosier, Abigail Mowrer, Lauren Panchak. Megan 
Pawlikowski, Lisa Ripper, Kristin Schalk. Brittney Schied. Andrea 
Stefanak. Michael Valerio. Kim Vargas. Stephanie Waugh, 
Shannon Weaver. Lauren Wood 

STUDENT OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY 
ASSOCIATION (SOTA) 

Anita Hotchkiss, adviser. Samuel Cramer, president; Lacey Bartoe, 
vice president; Elizabeth Hornak, secretary; Devin Hunzeker, 
treasurer. Ashley Hall, fundraising; Erin Gaydos. professional 
development. Brittany Cramer, senior class representative; Darcie 
Hanitz. social chair; Erin Burlikowski, Sarah Butler, Mark Cable, 
Emily Clark. Julie Douglas. Casey England. Tarm Fedrizzi. Jennifer 
Gathercoal. Lindsay Grimes, Christa Karns. Aleah Karsonovich. 
Karen Kovacs. Lauren Rumball, Jessica Toth, Kaitlyn Weitz. Laura 
Wiggers 



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the scientific approach 




lienn Rossman. Pre-Law major 




oj After sharing a 
celebratory dinner, 
BETA BETA BETA 
seniors, Alexander 
Millis and Ryan Evans 
enjoy the company 
of their advisor. 



oa Showing off their 
chapter seal, these 
committed women 
stand firmly in the 
science-driven 
tradition of BETA 
BETA BETA. 





ca ENVIRONMENTAL 
CLUB members 
Joe Morgan, John 
Wenskovitch, and 
Justin Furiga take some 
time away from saving 
the planet to play ball. 



oj In the foreign 
lands of Panama, 
BIOLOGY students 
receive field 
experience under 
the direction of Dr. 
Elisa Konieczko. 








SIX TIPS 
FOR GOING 
GREEN 



O Try to buy organic 

products. Although 
they are slightly more 
expensive, it is worth the 
cost to save the earth. 
Pesticides are harmful 
to consume and wreak 
havoc on the environment 

Purchase green 
cleaning products. Many 
of the chemicals used in 
regular household cleaners 
can cause health problems 



if exposure is excessive. 
Green products, on the 
other hand, are healthier 
to work with and can 
help reduce your carbon 
footprint 

€) Create your own 
compost bin. One of 

the benefits of compost 
is healthy soil, which 
means healthy plants that 
produce a lot of oxygen 
Also, reducing the amount 



of trash send to landfills is 
always a plus 

© Save energy. Turn off 

lights when you leave a 
room. Turn down the heat 
and layer clothing instead 
Not only will you be 
helping the environment. 
but you will also save 
moneyl 

Reduce, Reuse, 

Recycle! Reduce your 



waste. Reuse products. 
Recycle plastics, aluminum 
and paper with the help of 
the "green" recycling bins 
located around campus 

© Transport. Now that 
gas prices are so high, 
it might be beneficial to 
consider alternate forms 
of transportation. Bike 
wherever possible At the 
very least, make an effort 
to carpool. 



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greener place 



Inspired by an Environmental Issues 
class, several Honors students took 
surveys of their peers in hopes of 
forming a Green Committee for the 
coming year. 



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BETA BETA BETA 

Biology Honorary Society 

Steven Ropski, Ph.D.. adviser; Ryan Evans, president; 
Abagail Dibble, secretary; Tayla Hunt, treasurer; Jenna 
Adamczyk. historian; David Gibbons, research; Scott 
Vascik, service chair; Jacqueline Bacco. Andrew Baker, 
Jessica Baumann, Karen Bellini, Kate Blanner, Teresa 
Capristo, Laura Corathers, Jaclyn Corroto. Katherine 
Cunningham, Brandon Dunmyre, William Hecht, 
Kara Hensley, Brittany Hobbins, Laura Hunter, Steven 
Hunter, Anna Irwin, Katherine Jones, Amanda Kindzia, 
Alysia Kirkwood, Christopher Koziarski, Aditya Kumar, 
Rebecca Lelonek, Igor Makovey, Danielle Martin, Lucas 
McGuire, Krista Mershimer, Ashley Miller, Alexander 
Millis, Kasey Morrow, John Mosinski, Kadie Ondrus, 
Kristin Phillips, Maneesha Pradhan, Maire Prybyl, Kayla 
Rohleder, Meaghan Ropski, Kelley Rouse, David Russell, 
Derek Schimp, Adrienne Sekerak, Kristie Smith, Jacoby 
Spittler, Mary Stewart, Emily Venesky, Jinying Zheng 

CHEMISTRY CLUB 

Betty Jo Chitester, Ph.D., adviser; Katie Krise, president; 
David Gibbons, vice president; Christopher Koziarski, 
secretary; Sarah Goard, treasurer; David Bowers, 
Teresa Capristo, Ralph Davies, Brandon Dunmyre, 
Christopher Edmonds, Stephen Feikls, Sarah Ferri, 
Stacey Kull, Andrew Locy, Igor Makovey, Jonathan 
Muddle, Paul Musille, Ashley Overbeck, Adrianna 
Piccone, Laina Schwertz, Ryan Stotka, Samantha 
Vonarx, Evan Yadeski 

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE CLUB 

Michelle Homan, Ph.D., adviser; John Wenskovitch, 
Jr., president; James Overly, vice president; Kayla 
McGregor, secretary; Justin Furiga, treasurer; Adam 
Caldwell, program coordinator; Erin Bogda, Carmen 
Carruba, Brian Cowan, Genevieve Davis, Lindsey 
Elnikar, Jaclyn Fox, Stephen Fuhrman, Mathias 
German. Michael Himes, Amanda Kindzia, Stacey 
Kull, Ellen McCauley, Chris Mclntyre, Joseph Morgan, 
Jaimie Pierce, Scott Powers, Tiffany Sturey, Jeffrey 
Wenskovitch 

GAMMA SIGMA EPSILON 
Chemistry Honorary Society 

Weslene Tallmadge, Ph.D., adviser. Kayla Rohleder, 
president; Teresa Capristo, vice president, Sarah 
Goard, treasurer; Jessica Baumann, Jaclyn Corroto, 
Ralph Davies, David Gibbons, Katie Krise, Lucas 
McGuire, Alissa Verone 



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INDEX -J/ 

systematic identity 




tor the record 



memoria 



ACKER. CLAYTON 
Communication 

ADAMCZYK. JENNA 

ADAMS. AMANDA 

tdmin 
ADAMS. VALERIE 
\lc\ h 1 ngineering 
ADZIMA. ALAN 

i neering 
AGNEW. ANDREW 

Medical, Chemistr) 
AHLBRANDT. DANIELLE 

AKER, COURTNEY 
I'-. Medical, Bi 
AKIN. AMANDA 
I 1 COM Phara 
AKINS. TANDRANEKIA 

ll Woik 

AL BEDHAWI. MAITHAM 
I Indct lared 
ALCORN. JENNA 

D I hci.un 

ALDERMAN, GILBERT 

L riminal lustu e 

ALDRICH. ROBERT 

Undeclared 

ALEXANDER. CHRISTINA 

Journalism Communications 

ALFIERI, JEREMY 

Pre Medical 

ALHANATI. LAUREL 

Nursing 

ALI, SHAEISTA 

ip rherapy 5yr 
ALLEN. BRIAN 
Sprt Mgmt cv Marketing 
ALONGE. CAROL 

>-. -nt.il. Biology 
ALQAHTANI. NAYEF 
Ekx . Engineering 
ALSHERMAN, NASSER 
Nursing 

ALTUWAIJRI. RAYAN 
Elec Engineering 
ALTUWALJRI. ABDULLAH 
Criminal Justice 
ALVUT. TERA 
( \ v up I herapj 5yt 
AMICUCCI. SEAN 
Communii ation Arts 
AMOS. DEIRDRE 
Pn Medical, Bii 
ANDERSON, AARON 

-,- Hi i S< ience 
ANDERSON. BRIANNA 

ANDERSON. REBA 

ANDERSON. RICHARD 

ANDERSON. ROBERT 

ANDERSON. ZANE 



ANDREWS. CAITLIN 
Nureing 
ANDREWS. KRISTEN 

& Pn PI 
ANGELOTTI. CHRISTA 
Nursii 

ANGELUCCI. ASHLEY 
I'ln nr i.in Assist 5j i 
ANTOSZEWSKI, ALEXIS 
Ph\ Mi i.in .Vmm s\ i 
APPLEBY. ALEXIS 
Nursing 

AQUINO, JAMIE 
Nui u 

ARBORE, MARK 
Nursing 

ARDILLO, JASON 
I'u Pharmac] 
ARLINGTON, TYLER 
Biology, Pre Medical 
ARMBRUSTER, JOHN 
Accounting 

ARUTYUNYAN, YANA 
l'n- Education 
ASLAN, BUGRA 
Marketing 
ASR DANE 
Nursing 

ATKINSON, JONATHAN 
Psychology 
AUNGST, SARAH 
Psycholog) 
AUSTIN, ANTHONY 
5yi Coop Elect Engr 
AVERSA, KAYLA 
Undecided Science 
AYRAPETOV, ASYA 
Biology 

BABJAK, KRISTIN 
Communication Arts 
BACCO, JACQUELINE 
Biology, Pre-PT 
BACH, MONIKA 
rheatre <N Coram Arts 
BADACH, ABBY 
Journalism Communications 
BAHNY, ANASTASIA 
Advertising/Communications 
BAHNY, ELIZABETH 
Biology, Pre-Veterinar) 
BAILEY, CAROLAN 
Legal Studies 2yi 
BAILEY, KATELIN 
Nursing 
BAIRD, KRISTY 
Psycholog] 

BALDENSPERGER. SARAH 
Resp Care 2\ r 
BALENCIC, JORDAN 
LECOM Med *+4,Biolo 
BALL. AMANDA 
Frgn I tang Govt ( >pt 
BALLISH. CHRISTINA 
Social Work 
BANDURA. TYLER 
*s.>. ial Work 



BANGA. CHARU 
Elec Engineering 
BANKS, JENNIFER 
Pre Medical 
BANNAN, ERIN 
Undecided Health Sci 
BARAJAS, ANAKAREN 
Respirator} ( are 
BARDO, DANIEL 
Politic al Science 
BARDWELL, NICOLE 
Pre PT.Psychology 
BARNER. ROBERT 
Sport & Exer Sci, Pre-PT 
BARNES, MATTHEW 
I indecided Business 
BARNES, TOMEE LYN 

isl) 

BARON, ARTHUR 
Elec Engineering 

BARRANTE, CHRISTINE 
Undeclared 

BARTHELMES, SARAH 
Early Childhood/Special Ed 

BARTLEY, ALISON 
I heatre & Coram Arts 
BARTLEY, ROBERT 
Communication Arts 
BARTMAN, ANN 
Occup Therapy 5yr 
BATTAGLIA, ALISON 
SprtExrSci PrePt3+3 
BATTISTONI, JARED 
Physician Assist Syr 
BAUER, JEFFREY 
Criminal Justice 
BAUER, MATTHEW 
Pre-PT, Sport &. Exer Sci 
BAUER, STEVEN 
SprtExrSci PrePt3+3 
BAUERLE, RICHARD 
Criminal Justice 
BAUMANN, JESSICA 
Biology, Pre-Medical 
BAWOL, JO ANN 
Psychology 
BAYER, VALERIE 
Business Admin 
BEAFORD, JASON 
Criminal Justice 
BEATTIE, JESSICA 
Nursing 

BEAVERS, JARRETT 
I Indecided Business 
BECHER, ROSS 
Philosophy 
BECK, JUSTINE 
Physician .Assist 5j r 
BEDOW, JESSICA 
Occup 1 nerapi 5yr 
BEHRMANN. RACHEL 
I'ln sKi.in Assist 5j i 
BEIGHLEY. HOLLI 
Chemistr) 
BELCH. ANTHONY 
Sprt Mgml cm Marketing 



BELEN, SARAH 

Sport (N Exer Sci, Psycholog)' 

BELL, ASHLEY 

Communication Arts 

BELLINI, KAREN 

II COM Med 4*4. Biology 

BELSOLE, JENNIFER 

Respirators Care 

BENEDICT, ALBERT 

Social Studies, Secondary Ed 

BENEDICT, ASHLEY 

Nursing 

BENEDICT, JOSHUA 

Finance 

BENKOWSKI, KRYSTIN 

Mathematics, Secondary Ed 

BENN, ALEXANDRIA ' 

Physician Assist 5yr 

BENNETT, EVAN 

Software Engineering 

BENNETT, JENNIFER 

5yr Coop Median Engr 

BERBERKIC, EDISA 

Business Admin, 5 vcar MBA 

BERDIS, SHANNON 

Nursing 

BERESFORD, MEGAN 

SprtExrSci PrePt3+3 

BERKEBILE, ASHLEY 

Nursing 

BERNARDINI, KAYLEE 

LECOM Pharm 2+3 

BERNETT, ANDREW 

Chemistry 

BERNIK, BRIANNA 

Pre-Medical 

BERRINGER, ELIZABETH 

Political Science 

BERTINO, BETH 

Elem Ed/Early Childhood 

BETZHOLD, JESSICA 

Sport cv Exer Sci. Pre-PT 

BEVICH, BENJAMIN 

Pre-Medical, Biology 

BEYNON, JULIEANNE 

Nursing 

BIDWELL, BRANDON 

Undecided Engineering 

BIEARMAN, STEPHANIE 

Political Science. Legal Studies 

BIEDRZYCKI, ADAM 

Mech. Engineering 

BIELER, ALEX 

I Indecided Engineering 

BIERBOWER. KATHERINA 

Elem Ed Special Ed 

BILLIG, KATHRYN 

Biol 

BINTRIM, TEAGUE 

Nursing 

BINZ, JOHN 

Pre- 1. a\\. Philosoph] 

BISH, RICHARD 

Criminal Justice 

BIXBY. BRIAN 

Business Admin 



152 



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BLACK. BRIAN 
LECOM Pharm2+3 

BLACKWELL, JESSICA 
Genenl Studies 

BLAIR, MATTHEW 
English 

BLANNER, KATE 

Pre- Veterinary, Biology 

BLASI, CHRISTINA 

Elementary Education 

BLASKOWSKI, AMANDA 

Prc-McdK-.il 

BLOOM, AMANDA 

Nursing 

BLOSE, CHRISTA 

Physician Assist 5yr 

BLOSS, JESSICA 

Rcsp Care 2yi 

BOBOSKY, ANGELA 

Elcm Ed Early Childhood 

BOCIAN, LINDSEY 

Biology 

BODENSCHATZ, PAIGE 

Pie-Education 

BOEDICKER, ZACHARY 

Spn Mgmt 8c Marketing 

BOGDA, ERIN 

Communication Arts 

BOGDANOFF, ALEXANDER 

Biology; Pre-Medical 

BOLAM, PATRICK 

Mgtnt Info Systems 

BOLTE. LISA 

Accounting 

BONOSKY, MARK 

Sprt Mgmt c< Marketing 

BORCHICK, CHRISTINE 

Nursing 

BORDEN, CORY 

Undeclared 

BORISENKO, MARINA 

Mathematics, Secondary Ed 

BORLAND, ALLISON 

Psychology 

BORLAND, LEANNE 

Nursing 

BOROSKI, JERRICA 

Elem Ed. Special Ed 

BOROWY, THERESE 

Nursing 

BORSTORFF, TIARALYNN 

Political Science 

BOSA, LYNN 

Elem Ed/Earlv Childhood 

BOSLEY, LINDSAY 

Phvsician Assist 5vr 

BOTH, CHANTELLE 

Undecided Humanities 

BOTTO, CINTHYA 

International Business 

BOVE, AARON 

Criminal Justice 

BOVKUN, LILYA 

International Business 

BOVKUN, TATYANA 

Phvsician Assist 5vr 



BOVKUN, VITALIY 
Undecided Science 

BOWE, ROSEMARY 

Science. PrePT 3+3 

BOWEN, GREGORY 

5yt Coop Mcchan Engr 

BOWERS, COREY 

Management 

BOWERS, DAVID 

Pre-Pharmacy, Chemistry 

BOWSER, KELLI 

LECOM Med 4*4 

BOWSER, MARGARET 

Undecided Science 

BOWSER, RUTHIE 

Sport & ExerSci, Pre-PT 

BOYD, CASEY 

Marketing 

BOYD, WILLIAM 

Undeclared 

BOYLAN, REBECCA 

Sport oc Exer Sci 

BOYLAN, WILLIAM 

Chemistry 

BOYLE, WILLIAM 

Biotechnology 

BRADLEY, JOSHUA 

Management, Risk Management 

BRADO, TOM 

Sprt Mgmt cV. Marketing 

BRAENDEL, SHANE 

Management 

BRANDT, ZACHARY 

Business Admin 

BRASSELL, SHAYLA 

Undecided Health Sci 

BREEGLE, ANGELA 

Advertising/Communications 

BRICKMAN, KELSEY 

Undecided Business 

BRIGHAM, ALYSSA 

Finance, Accounting, 5 vr MBA 

BRIGHTMAN, MARC 

History 

BRINKMAN, BETHANY 

Psychology 

BRITTON, AMANDA 

Physician Assist 5vr 

BROWN, ASHLEY 

Physician Assist 5vr 

BROWN, JULIE 

Accounting 

BROWN, LISA 

Physician Assist 5vr 

BROWN, NANCY 

Sport &c Exer Sci, Pre-PT 

BROWN, RYAN 

SprtExrSci PrePt3+3 

BRUCE, VINCENT 

English 

BRUCKART, MELISSA 

Foreign Language 

BRUMAGIN, CRAIG 

Phvsician Assist 5vr 

BRUNGO, LINDSEY 

Advertising/Communications 



BRYAN, ALLISON 
Biology 

BUHONICK, STEPHANIE 
Biologj 

BULLION, ROBERT 
Undeclared 

BULLIS. TIMOTHY 
Respiratory Care 

BURBULES, JACQUELINE 
Elementan Education 

BURGER, DUSTIN 
Mathematics, Second. n \ i\l 
BURKETT, WHITNEY 
Advertising Communications 
BURKHART. LYNETTE 
Management 
BURNETT, CHASE 
Elementary Education 
BURRY, ERIN 
Physician Assist 5yr 
BURVID, KRISTYN 
Respiratory Care 
BUSH, JESSICA 
Sport ex. Exer Sci 
BUSZEK, RILEY 
Pre-Medical, Biology 
BUTLER, JANAE 
Journalism Communications 
BUTLER, SARAH 
Occup Therapy 5yr 
BUTTI, BRIAN 
Pre-Medical 
BUYNY, ALLISON 
Advertising/Communications 
BUZZELL, TRAVIS 
Pre-Pharmacy 
CABLE, MARK 
Occup Therapy 5yr 
CAFINI, CAITLYN 
Nursing 
CAHILL, EMILY 
Occup Therapy 5vr 
CAHILL, KATHLEEN 
Nursing 

CALANDRA, ASHLEE 
Psychology 

CALDERONE, CARA 
Nursing 

CALDWELL, ADAM 
Environ Engineering 
CALL, ANNE 
Legal Studies 
CALLAGHAN, ROSIE 
Pre-Pharmacv 
CALLAGHAN, SEAN 
Sport & Exer Sci 
CALLAHAN, KELLY 
Psychology 

CAMERON, ANDREW 
Sprt Mgmt &. Marketing 
CAMILO, JASON 
Physician Assist 5vr 
CAMPBELL, CARA 
Occup Therapv 5yr 
CAMPBELL, KEVIN 
Accounting 



CAMPBELL, LILY 
1 hique&ne Pharm - 1 A 
CANADY. MONTANA 
Undeclared 

CANGILLA, JENNY 
Elem Ed Special I'd 
CAPELLO, MORGAN 
Marketing 
CAPIZZI. JESSICA 
Mathematics, Secondan Ed 
CAPRISTO, TERESA 
Chemist] \, Pre 1 )ental 
CARDOT, BETH 
English, Secoiul.u \ Ed 
CAREY, LISA 
English 

CARLIN, ANDREW 
Science PrePT 3+3 
CARLL, LINDSEY 
Respiratory Care 
CARLSON, JULIE 
Occup Therapv 5vr 



r s t nr r--r rid'. 



CARNE, SAMANTHA 

Management 

CARNICELLA, ANDREA 

Political Science 

CARPENTER, STACY 

Accounting 

CARROLL, ERIN 

Occup Therapy 5yr 

CARRUBA, CARMEN 

Environ Engineering 

CARTER, ROBERT 

Nursing 

CARY, ISAAC 

Elem Ed/Early Childhood 

CASEY, AMANDA 

Nursing 

CATALFU, CRAIG 

Pre-Chiropractic 

CATALFU, HARMONY 

Nursing 

CATANESE, BRIANA 

Occup Therapv 5vr 

CATTLEDGE, PENNY 

Criminal Justice 

CAULFIELD, MARIA 

History 

CAVALIER, MICHAEL 

Management, Risk Management 

CEPULLIO, TARA 

Nursing 

CERRIE, BRITNEY 

Elem Ed/Special Ed 

CESARE, MEREDITH 

Theology 

CETINA, PATRICK 

SprtExrSci PrePt J* J 




153 







for the record 






CHAMBERLAIN. CHRISTINA 

Biol 

CHAMBERLIN. GREGORY 

CHAMBERS. BRANDON 

Med 

CHAMPION. NIKKI 

inting 
CHAPMAN. ASHLEY 

ng 
CHAPNICK. WILLIAM 
I listory, Political S< ience 
CHARLTON. JESSICA 
c ommuni< ition Aits 
CHASKY. DANIEL 
\li\ li 1 ngincci ins 
CHELKO. BRIAN 
Chemistry 
CHERRY. MELANIE 
I fndeclared 
CHERRY. MELISSA 
I d Special Ed 
CHIARAMONTE, MARK 
Radiol 

CHIRCO SABRINA 
Marketing 

CHIVERS. TIMOTHY 
Business Admin 
CHRISPEN, JENNIFER 
I fades lared 
CHRISTY. LEAH 
C ninin.il [ustice 
CHURMAN. KYLE 
Social Studies, Secondarj Ed 
CIAMPI. CARMEN 
Management 

CIANFROCCO, ANTONIA 
Spn Mgmt 8c Marketing 
CIPRIANI, ANGELA 
Accounting 

CIPRIANI, CATHERINE 
English, Secondarj Ed 
CISCELL, MOLLY 

ll Work 
CIURZYNSKI. AMANDA 

Psychl 

CLARK. EMILY 

;> I herapj 5) i 
CLARKE. DEADRIA 
Physician Vssisl ^\r 

CLARKE. MAURICE 

I isti< i'. S ycai MBA 

CLARY. ELIZABETH 

I'm PI 

CLAWGES. SAMANTHA 
Physic ian Assisl 5yi 
CLOSE. TRICIA 

it idies, Set ondarj I d 

COBBETT. BENJAMIN 

CODY. CARL 

COE. MEGAN 
Biol 

COGSWELL. KATHERINE 



COLABERARDINO, KIRSTEN 
l'h\ sic ian Assist 5) r 
COLALUCA. DAWNITZA 
Sd, Pre PT 
COLE. BRIDGET 
Biol 
COLELLA. FRANCESCA 

Pll\ Ml Mil .\sM-.t 5) 1 

COLEMON. AMANDA 
l'^\i holog) 
COLLINS, LEVII 
Criminal Justit e 
COMBOPIANO, KATHLEEN 

I 
CONKLIN, KODY 
Historj 

CONNELL. CHRISTOPHER 
Suttw are Engineering 
CONNELLY, JOHN 
Physician Assisl 5yi 
CONNELLY, MAEGAN 
c )ccup I herapj 5j t 
CONNER, KATHERINE 
( Vi up I herapj 5) t 
CONNOR, MICHELLE 
Social Work 

CONNORS-MCCHRISTIAN, 
KHAYREE 
Criminal Justice 
CONQUER, TROY 
Software Engineering 
CONTI, MELISSA 
Psychology, [neology 
CONWAY, DAVID 
Criminal Justice 
COOK, KEVIN 
Management 
COON, HEIDI 
Sport <N Exer Sci 
COON, NATHANIEL 
Marketing. 5 war MBA 
COOPER, ALLYCE 
Business Admin, Pre-PT 
COOPER, EMILY 
Advertising Communications 
COOPER, ROSEMARY 
Sport & Exer Sd, Pre-PT 
COPE, KELLIE 
Foreign Language, K-12 
Education 

COPFER, NATASHA 
Nursing 

CORATHERS, LAURA 
Pin mi un Assisl 5j i 
COREY, DIANE 
l'ln mi ian Assist 5) r 
CORN, TAYLOR 
SyrCoop Mechan Engr 
CORNELIUS, KYLIE 
1 nde< iileil Business 
CORRIGAN, COLLEEN 

■ i rSd 
CORROTO, JACLYN 
Pn Medical, Biologj 
COSCARELLI. AMANDA 
Criminal Justu e 



COSIC, INES 

Pre Phai tnacy, Biol 

COSTLOW, KATHARINE 
Pre Medical Biologj 

COUGHENOUR, BRENT 
Finance 

COWAN, BRIAN 
Environmental Sci 
COWHER, JESSICA 
I Qstory 

COX, CHRISTA 
Physician Assist 5yi 
CRAMER, BRITTANY 
c k i up I berapj 5j i 
CRAMER, SAMUEL 
( )i\up I herapj 5j i 
CRAWFORD, TIERICA 
I faderided I [ealth Sci 
CREVISTON, ANGELA 
Physician Assist 5yr 
CRINER, ELISSA 
Foreign Language 
CRINGOLI, RACHEL 
Nursing 

CRITELLI, NICOLETTE 
Physician Assist 5yr 
CROCKER, TIFFANY 
Social Studies, Secondary Ed 
CROLLI, BRAD 
Criminal Justice 
CROSS, JONATHAN 
I [istory 

CROSTON, MALLORY 
Early Child/Elem Ed/Spec Ed 
CRUM, BRANDON 
Finance 
CSIR, JOHN 
Sci ScTech Sales 
CULVER, MEAGHAN 
Physician Assist Syr 
CUNNINGHAM, KATHERINE 
Science PrePT 3+3 
CURIALE, MEGHAN 
Pre-Medical 
CURRAN, RYAN 
Mech. Engineering 
CURRY, CAMERON 
Political Science 
CURTIS, MARANN 
1 heatre N: Comni Arts 
CURTIS, SHAUNDRA 
Sport & Exer Sci, Pre-PT 
CUSIMANO, LAUREN 
Nursing 

CUTHBERT, MATT 
Undecided Business 
CUVIELLO, CHRISTOPHER 
1 [istory 

CVETICH, AMBER 
Physician Assist 5yr 
DACEK. AMANDA 
Nursing 
DAFT, PAUL 
Biologj 

DAILEY. AMANDA 
SprtExrSd PrePt3+3 



DALE, ROBERT 
Physician Assist 5vr 
DALONZO, ASHLEY 
Nursing 

DANGELO, MELISSA 
Sport & Exer Sd, Pre- FT 
DANTONI, CHRISTINA 
Psychology 
DAVIDOFF, LUKE 
Foreign Language 
DAVIES, RALPH 
C hemistrj 
DAVIS, MATTHEW 
Sprt Mgmt cv Marketing 
DAVIS, NICOLE 
Nursing 

DAVISON, JACKI 
Physician Assist 5vr 
DAWLEY, MEGAN 
Respiratory Care 
DE ROSA, ANGELICA 
Undecided Engineering 
DEBICK, LAUREN 
Communication Alts 
DECHURCH, NELAE 
Physician Assist 5\r 
DEERHAKE, ANDREW 
Accounting 
DEERING, MIRANDA 
Physician Assist 5yi 
DEFONDE, MARISSA 
Physician Assist Syr 
DEIMEL, DREW 
Undecided Science 
DELACH, JESSE 
Software Engineering 
DELLAQUILA, SANDRA 
Business Admin 
DELOST, GREGORY 
LECOMMed4+4 
DELUCA, VINCENT 
Criminal Justice 
DEMARION, DESTIN 
Environmental Sci 
DEMENIK, MATTHEW 
Undeclared 
DEMSKI, MARK 
Sprt Mgmt iN Marketing 
DENEEN, KYLIE 
1 heatre <N Comm Arts 
DERKE, ANDREW 
Management 
DESLAURIERS. BRAD 
Llci . Engineering 
DETSCH, JEREMY 
SprtExrSd PrePt3+3 
DEVLIN, KRISTIN 
SprtExrSd PrePt3< 5 
DEWALT. HEATH 
Environmental Sci 
DEWEESE. REBECCA 
Nursing 

DEZSI. DENNYSE 
Occup 1 herapj ^ i 
DIBBLE. NATHANIEL 
Si ience 



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DICKINSON. JUSTINE 

Nursu g 

DICKSON, BRITTANY 

Sport & F.\cr Sci, Pre-PT 

DIGILIO, JULIAN 

Sport & Exa Sci, Pre-PT 

DINGA. ERIC 

Philosophy 

DIPASQUA. ANTHONY 

Criminal Justice, S year MBA 

DISHNER. KEVIN 

Elec. Engineering 

DITZLER. JEREMY 

Undeclared 

DIXON. COLLEEN 

Communication Arts 

DOHODA, NICOLE 

Theatre .N Coram Arts 

DOMBROWSKI, NICHOLAS 

Theol 

DOMIS, JESSICA 

SprtExiSd PrePt3+3 

DOMITROVICH. MATTHEW 

Undeclared 

DONATHEN. EMMA 

Criminal Justice 

DONNELLY, CHRISTOPHER 

Criminal Justice 

DONOFRIO, ALBERT 

Business Admin 

DORRANCE, LAURA 

Occup Therapy 5yi 

DORSEY, CASEY 

Mech. Engineering 

DOUGAN. SARAH 

Nursing 

DOUGLAS. JULIE 

Occup Therapv Syr 

DOYLE, GEORGE 

Political Science 

DRABINA, GARRICK 

Undeclared 

DRABINA, RYAN 

Biolosrv 

DRAGOONE, RICHARD P 

Sport 6c Exer Sci 

DRAGOONE, RYAN 

Undeclared 

DRISCOLL. JOHN 

Political Science 

DRISCOLL, LINDSAY 

Phvsician Assist Syr 

DRURY, MATTHEW 

Environ Engineering 

DUBOIS, NICOLE 

Nursing 

DUDAS, AMY 

Physician Assist 5vr 

DUFFY, CRISTA 

Nur-ins 

DUFFY, MALLORY 

Phvsician Assist 5vr 

DUFFY, MICHAEL 

Mech. Engineering 

DUGAS, STEPHANIE 

Elementary Education 



DUNN, CASSANDRA 
Physician Assist 5) i 

DUNN, HANNAH 
Undecided 1 (umanities 

DURKIN, ALYSSA 

Sport & 1 \ci Sci 

DURKIN, ANGELA 

Biology, Pre- Optometry 

DURST, MEGHAN R 

Potential Nursing 

DUSCKAS, ZACHARY 

Biologj 

DYCKES, CHRISTINA 

Physician Assist 5j r 

DZIOMBA, JONATHAN 

Sport cc Exer Sci 

EASTERLING. MARLOW 

Science 

EATON, DANIEL 

Nursing 

EBERLY, REBECCA 

Elem Ed Special Ed 

ECKART, RYAN 

Criminal Justice 

ECKERT, ALLISON 

Phvsician Assist 5vr 

ECKERT, HOWARD 

Biology 

ECKHART. AMANDA 

Environ Engineering 

ECKMAN, LAUREN 

Sport & Exer Sci. Pre-PT 

EDDINS, GREGORY 

Mech. Engineering 

EDMONDS, CHRISTOPHER 

Chemistry 

EGNOT, DESTINY 

Nursing 

EISENMAN, FORD 

English 

EISERT WLODARCZYK, SARA 

Pre-Medical 

EISMONT, RENEE 

Phvsician Assist 5vr 

ELIASON, ASHLEY 

Phvsician Assist 5vr 

ELNIKAR, LINDSEY 

Chemical Engineering 

ELY, MATTHEW 

Sport 8c Exer Sci, Pre-PT 

ENGLAND, CASEY 

Occup Therapv 5vr 

ENGSTROM, JARRET 

Biotechnology 

ENGSTROM, MELISSA 

Nursing 

ENOS, KASSIE 

Physician Assist 5vr 

EPERJESI, SEAN 

Criminal Justice 

ESHENOUR, MARY 

SprtExrSci PrePt3+3 

ESPINET, STEPHEN 

Marketing 

EULER, EVAN 

Business Admin 



EVANOFF, GREGORY 
Undeclared 

EVANS, RYAN 

1 ECOM Med 4*4, Biology 

EVANS, STACI 
Criminal Justice - ( \ i 
FABRIZIO, KIMBERLY 
Psychology 
FAIPLER, ASHLEY 
Theatre 
FAIR, TRACY 
Biology 

FANG, WENJIE 
International Business 
FANTO, ROBERT 
Criminal Justice 
FARRAH, MAX 
Mech. Engineering 
FARRELL, RYAN 
Biology, Pre-PT 
FARRINGER, ANGELA 
Physician Assist 5yr 
FARRINGTON, ELLEN 
Occup Therapv 5yi 
FARYNA, HILLARY 
Occup Therapv 5vr 
FASAKIN, OLUFOYEKE 
Seven Yr Optometry 
FAUCHER, ALEXANDER 
Nursing 

FEDRIZZI, TARIN 
Occup Therapy 5yr 
FEENEY, CAITLIN 
Undecided Science 
FEEZLE, SAMANTHA 
Phvsician Assist 5yr 
FEIKLS, STEPHEN 
Pre-Dental, Chemistry 
FELICITAS, RICHELLE 
Nursing 

FENNESSY, KELLY 
Communication Arts 
FERGUSON, MEGAN 
English 

FERRI, SARAH 
Undecided Health Sci 
FERRIE, MATTHEW 
Sprt Mgmt 8c Marketing 
FERRIELL, ALLYSSA 
Nursing 

FETTERMAN, MIRANDA 
Nursing, Gerontology 
FETZNER, STEPHANJE 
Political Science 
FIELD, ASHLEY 
Nursing 

FILDES, MATTHEW 
Mech. Engineering 
FILIPOWICZ, MAUREEN 
Social Work 
FINCH, WHITNEY 
SprtExrSci PrePt3+3 
FINEGAN, HANNAH 
Psychology 
FIORE, NICOLE 
Nursing 



FIRETTO, ANTHONY 

Pre Medical 

FISCHER. AMY 

Pre PT, Science 

FISCHER, KENDALL 

Elem Ed. Early Childhood 

FISCHER, LISA 

Business Admin 

FISH, JOHN 

Mathematics, Secondary Ed 

FISHER, ALLISON 

SprtExrSci PrePt3< i 

FISHER, EMILY 

Nursing 

FISHER, MEGAN 

Nursing 

FITZGERALD, SHANNON 

Nursing 

FITZGIBBON, CAITLIN 

Physician Assist 5yr 

FIX, GREGORY 

Physician Assist Syr 



cti inPMT 



FLAHERTY, BRETT 

Social Studies, Secondary Ed 

FLANDERS, ERICA 

Mathematics 

FLEDDERMAN, PAUL 

Sport 6c Exer Sci 

FLICK, AMANDA 

Communication Arts 

FLORENTINE, JOSHUA 

Elec. Engineering 

FLOWERS, HARVEY 

Sci &Tech Sales 

FOERTSCH, JESSICA 

Nursing 

FOLEY ERIN 

Criminal Justice 

FOLEY, KAITLYN 

Early Child/Elem Ed/Spec Ed 

FONNER, CHRISTOPHER 

Pre-Medical 

FORD, NEAL 

Nursing 

FOREBACK, KIERSTEN 

Pre-Medical 

FORINGER, COURTNEY 

SprtExrSci PrePt3+3 

FORSTER, TIMOTHY 

Psychology 

FORSYTHE, NICHOLAS 

Mech. Engineering 

FOSTER, ELIZABETH 

Pre-Pharmacy 

FOSTER, JULIE 

English, Secondary Ed 

FOSTER, LESLIE 

Sport & Exer Sci, Pre-PT 




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(over) 




tor the record 






FOTI FRANCIS 

. 
FOTI. MICHAEL 

Pre IT 
FOTI NICHOLAS 

. ; 5ila 

FOX. CASSANDRA 
Biology, Pit Medical 

FOX. JACLYN 

Phytic i.m Assist 5) i 

FRACASSI. KAYLA 

Marki 

FRANK. ALEX 

Criminal Justice 

FRANZ. ROBIN 

LECOM Med 4+4, Chemistry 

FREEBOROUGH. KAELI 

Biology, Pre Medical 

FREEMAN. KRISTINA 

Spit Mgml & Marketing 

FREGO. ASHLEY 

LECOM Pharm2+3 

FRIES. KRISTEN 

PsychoJogj 

FRIONI. KATHERINE 

\ trsing 

FRITZ. SARAH 

Klein I'd Special Ed 

FROEHLICH. MATTHEW 

I heatre 8c Comm Arts 

FROMBACH. ALIX 

Software Engineering 

FROST. ANDREW 

Pn Medical Biologj 

FRYE. CHRISTOPHER 

Liberal Arts 

FUENFFINGER. NATHAN 

Medical, Chemistry 
FUHRMAN, STEPHEN 
Environ Engineering 
FULCHER, MINDY 
I lnde< ulc.il Business 
FURIGA. JUSTIN 
Mgml Into Sj stems 
FUSARO. STEVEN 

■ ■. .nr Engineering 
FYE, KENNETH 
Potential Nursing 
GABA. ANDREW 
Sp>rt v\ Exo Sci, Pre-PT 
GAETANO, MORGAN 
Sport & 1 •.(! s > i 
GAITHER. VERONICA 
Undecided Health Sci 
GALBO. MATTHEW 

PrePT M 
GALL. MARIANNA 
Wi^t 5) i 
GALLAGHER. MEAGAN 



GAMBLE. MELINDA 

"'. irk 
GAMEL. SARAH 

GANNOE. BRITTANY 



GARCHER. DAMIAN 
Political Science 

GARDNER. CAITLIN 

l'll\ Mi Kill As-lM 5\ I 

GARDNER. JAMES 

ncei ins 
GARDNER. TIFFANY 

Earl) Childhood 
GARNER. DANIELLE 
Pre veterinan 
GARNIC. ANDREW 
I abend An- Jm 

GARRICK WHILEY. JONATHAN 
(. c iniinunu ation \t ts 
GARTLER. MATTHEW 
Undeclared 
GASTEL, STEPHANIE 
Psyt hologj 
GATES, SARAH 
LECOM Med 4+4, Biology 
GAYDOS. ERIN 
( K * up I herap) 5) i 
GAYLOR, MORGAN 
Mathematics, Secondary Ed 
GDANETZ, MICHAEL 
Sprt Mgmt cv Marketing 
GEHRLEIN, ALEX 
Environ Engineering 
GELDMAKER, SAMUEL 
Prc-I...u 

GENARD, RYAN 
1'ln sician Assist 5j i 
GERARD, SARAH 
Nursing 

GERHOLD, WILLIAM 
I [istory, Pre- Law 
GERMAN, MATHIAS 
5yi Coop Mechan Engr 
GERO, NORA 
Journalism Communications 
GERRINGER, LORI 
Theatre cv Comm Arts 
GIBBONS, DAVID 
Biology, Chemistry 
GIBBS, BRIAN 
Nursing 

GIBSON, TODD 
Chemistry, Secondary Ed 
GIDEON, CODY 
Nursing 
GIEGERICH, DANIEL 

I lulri ided Business 

GILHOUSEN, KAYLA 
Sport & Exer So, Pre-PT 
GILLESPIE, GREGORY 
Undecided Health Sci, Pre IT 
GILLIS, LAURA 
Sprt Mgmt i\ Marketing 
GILLOMBARDO. NICKOLAS 
\i 1 1 tunting 
GILSON, MATTHEW 
Undeclared 
GINNERY. TIMOTHY 
Pre v Iiiropi.u tu 
GIONFRIDDO. JAMIE 
Biology, Secondar) Ed 



GLEASON, ASHLEY 

l's\i hologj 

GLEDHILL. COURTNEY 

I'.lem Ed Earrj Childhood 

GLUVNA, JAMIE 

Pre MedicaL Biology 

GOARD, SARAH 

Pn I )rnt.il, Biolog} 

GODWIN, LACEY 

Marketing 

GOETZINGER, ALYSSA 

I ECOM Med 4+4,Biology 

GOFF, LEVAR 

Sprt Mgml s\ Marketing 

GOLDCAMP KYLE 

Pn MedicaL Biology 

GOLOMBEK, JEROME 

Psychology 

GOLZ, ELAINE 

Business Admin, Pre-PT, 

GOMOLCHAK, KEVIN 

Av i < uniting 

GOODMAN, JACLYN 

Psychology 

GOODRICH, KELLY 

Physician Assist 5\ t 

GOODWILL, JUSTIN 

Chemistry 

GOULD, EVAN 

Sport &. Excr Sci 

GRAHAM, KATHLEEN 

Elem Ed/Early Childhood 

GRAHAM, VINCENT 

Undeclared 

GRALKA, REBECCA 

Psychology 

GRANT, PHILLIP 

Bioinformatks 

GRAVES, DOMINIQUE 

Undeclared 

GREEN, ADAM 

Elec. Engineering 

GREENE, KATE 

Physician Assist Syr 

GREENHILL, CAROL 

English, Secondary Ed 

GREINER, BECKY 

Nursing, ( Jerontology 

GREINER, GRETCHEN 

Nursing 

GRIFFING, STEFANIE 

Sport & Exer Sci, Pre-PT 

GRIFFITH, BENJAMIN 

I Indeclared 

GRIFFITH, EMILY 

Nursing 

GRIMES, MICHAEL 

Software Engineering 

GRIMM, ALLEN 

Elec . Engineering 

GROCHULSKI, DANIEL 

Criminal Justice 2\ r 

GROH. ANTONY 

I liston. legal Studies Cert 

GROH. CHRISTOPHER 

Software Engineering 



GROMACKI, KELLIE 

I ndccidcd Science 

GRONER, JEAN 

Foreign Lang, Secondary Ed 

GUDGEON, SARAH 

Advertising Communications 

GUERRERO, CHASTITY 

I Fndeclared 

GUIANEN, MICHELLE 

Criminal Justice 

GUISTE, ALEXIS 

LEO )M Med 4 + 4. Biology 

GUTHRIE, LESLIE 

l's\\ hologj 

GWIN, ADAM 

Software Engineering 

HAFT, STEFANIE 

- ence, Pre-PT 

HAGERMAN, NICHOLAS 

Sprt Mgmt ex Marketing 

HAHN, BRIAN 

Elem Ed/Special Ed 

HAIGHT, CHRISTOPHER 

Business Admin 

HAINES, JAMIE 

Nursing 

HALL, ALEXANDRA 

Legal Studies 2vr 

HALL, ASHLEY 

Occup Therapy 5vr 

HALL, JUSTINE 

Elem Ed/Early Childhood 

HALLER, AMANDA 

Busn Admin 2vr 

HALSTEAD, COURTNEY 

Physician Assist 5vr 

HALTER, JONATHAN 

Nursing 

HAMILA, KIM 

Pre-PT, Sport & Exer Sci 

HAMMER, HEATHER 

Undecided Health Sci 

HAMORSKY, AMANDA 

Biologv, Secondary Ed 

HANCOX, RYAN 

LECOM Med 4+4, Biology 

HANELY, MELISSA 

Theology 

HANITZ, DARCIE 

Occup 1 herapy 5yr 

HANOVICK, EMILY 

Early Child Elem Ed/Spec Ed 

HARRINGTON, ROSS 

Undeclared 

HARRIS. PRESTON 

Accounting 

HARRIS, RAYNARD 

Undeclared 

HARRISON. CHELSEA 

Duquesne Pharm 2+4 

HARTLE. JONATHAN 

L riinmal [usticc 

HARTMAN, RACHEL 

( )ccup I herapy 5yr 

HARTUNG. KEVIN 

Biology, Pre-Chiropractic 



156 



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HARVEY, ANNLYN 

English. Secondary Ed 

HASSEN, ERICA 

Pi c- Education 

HATCH, CALEB 

Physician Assist Syr 

HAUCK, DANIELLE 

Sport & Exer Sci, Pre-PT 

HAWRYLIW, MATTHEW 

Finance 

HAY. ANDREW 

Sport 8c Excr Sci, Pre-PT 

HAYES, BROOKE 

Elem Ed/Special Ed 

HAYES. STACEY 

Psychology 

HAZI, SARAH 

Elem Ed Earlv Childhood 

HAZLETT, FRANCIS 

Finance 

HAZLETT, SETH 

Sport cm Exer Sci, Pre-PT 

HEATER, TONI 

Nursing 

HEATH, MIKE 

Undeclared 

HEBERLEIN, SARAH 

Nursing 

HECHT, WILLIAM 

Pre-Medical 

HEGEL, AIMEE 

Undecided Health Sci 

HEIL, MATTHEW 

Undeclared 

HEITZENRATER, MATTHEW 

LECOM Med 4+4, Biology 

HELLMANN, JOSEPH 

Biology 

HELSLEY, NICOLE 

Nursing 

HENDRICKS, KYLE 

Journalism Communications 

HENEGAN, DUSTIN 

Phvsician Assist 5yr 

HENNESSY, BRIAN 

Pre-Law 

HENRY, ASHLEY 

Earlv Child/Elem Ed/Spec Ed 

HENRY, JESSICA 

Social Work 

HENRY, JONATHAN 

Criminal Justice 

HEPLER, RACHEL 

Social Work 

HERBOLD, BETHANY 

Occup Therapy 5vr 

herrmann! samantha 

Physician A>sist 5vr 

hersch, kerry' 

Nursing 

HERSCH, ROBERT 

Marketing, Management 

HESS, ELIZABETH 

Sport 6c Exer Sci, Pre-PT 

HIBBLER, ROBERTA 

Psychology 



HIENZ, CHAD 

Political Science 

HIGGINS, JAMES 

SprtExrSci PrePt ; • ; 

HIGHHOUSE, ASHLEY 

Nursing 

HILINSKI, HALLIE 

Nursing 

HILL, CASEY 

Nursing 

HINDMAN, JODI 

Sport & Exer Sci, Pre-PT 

HIRT, EMILIE 

Elcc. Engineering 

HIXENBAUGH, AMANDA 

Potential Nursing 

HOAG, THEODORE 

English 

HOBAUGH, HEATHER 

Physician Assist 5yr 

HOBBINS, BRITTANY 

Pre-Medical 

HODERNY, CHRISTOPHER 

Communication Arts 

HODGDON, CODY 

Pre-Pharmacv, Chemistry 

HOFFMAN, ASHLEY 

Pre-Medical, Chemistry 

HOFFMAN, HEATHER 

Sport & Exer Sci, Pre-PT 

HOFFMAN, KOLTEN 

Mathematics 

HOFFMAN, LINDSAY 

Occup Therapy 5vr 

HOHMAN, LORA 

Mathematics 

HOLLENBECK, ROSS 

Environmental Sci 

HOLMES, KATHLEEN 

Nursing 

HOLMES, KATLYN 

Physician Assist 5vr 

HOLT, SARAH 

Nursing 

HOLTZ, LAUREN 

Biology 

HOMER, MATTHEW 

English 

HOOBLER, LANDON 

Communication Arts 

HOOD, LINDSEY 

Undecided Health Sci 

HOOVER, SCOTT 

Criminal Justice 

HOPE, MEGHAN 

Erlvchild/Speced 

HOPSON, SARA 

English, Secondary Ed 

HORANIC, EMILY 

Legal Studies 

HORNEMAN, LAURA 

Physician Assist 5vr 

HORTON, CASSANDRA 

Physician Assist 5vr 

HOSTERMAN, JESSICA 

Nursing 



HOTKOWSKI, DAVID 
Theolog) 

HOUSTON, DANIELLE 
Biology, Pre-PT 

HOVIS, COURTNEY 

Nursing 

HOVIS, SAMANTHA 

Nursing 

HOWARD, PIERRE 
Communication Arts 
HOWARD, ZACHARY 

Sport N Excr Sci 
HOWE, LINDSAY 
Physician Assist 5yr 
HOWE, MELISSA 
Occup Therapy 5vr 
HOWELL, DANIEL 
Business Admin 
HRANICA, JACQUELINE 
Accounting 
HUBBELL, JACOB 
Mech. Engineering 
HUDSON^ ELIZABETH 
Communication Arts 
HUFFCUT, BENJAMIN 
Advertising/Communications 
HUFFMAN, CODY 
Business Admin 
HUGAR, DAVID 
Advertising/Communications 
HUGHES, ASHLEY 
Accounting, 5 year MBA 
HULL, REBECCA 
Potential Nursing 
HULTBERG, JESSICA 
Undecided Health Sci, Pre-PT 
HUNT, DANIEL 
Resp Care 2vr 
HUNTER, CALE 
Nursing 

HUNTER, KAITLIN 
Duquesne Pharm 2+4 
HUNTER, LAURA 
Science PrePT 3+3 
HUNZEKER, DEVIN 
Occup Therapy 5yr 
HURD, BENJAMIN 
Pre-Dental, Chemistry 
HURLEY, MEGHAN 
Physician Assist 5vr 
HURTA, JULIAN 
Psychology, Pre-PT 
HUSAIN, ISMAIL 
LECOM Med 4+4 
HUTCHERSON, CAMERON 
Criminal Justice 
HUTCHINSON, SHAUNA 
Nursing 

HYTLA, MICHAEL 
Marketing 

IGNASIAK, RACHEL 
Occup Therapy 5vr 
IRWIN, CHRISTOPHER 
Biology, Pre-Medical 
ISSAC, SONY 
RossU.SchofMed 



IZBICKI, KARI 
Pre Veterinai j 

JACKEL, AMANDA 
V counting 

JACKETT, ASHLEIGH 
Advertising/Communications 
JACKSON, MICHAEL 
Sprt Mgmt & Marketing 
JAHODA, AMANDA 
Pre-Medical 
JAMES, AMANDA 
Sprt Mgmt & Marketing 
JANIS, ANDREA 
Social Studies, Secondary Ed 
JANKOWSKI, ALLYSA 
Physician Assist Syr 
JANKOWSKI, EMILY 
English, Secondary Ed 
JARBOE, ASHLEY 
Physician Assist 5} T 
JAROSINSKI, MICHAEL 
Undecided Science 



i"T! inPNT 
nTDfZf-TfiD'v' 



JAROSZ, JOSHUA 
Biology 
JASSAK, JESSE 

Advertising/Communications 
JASTRAM, ASHLEY 
Business Admin 
JEAN-BAPTISTE, DANIELLE 
Occup Therapy 5yr 
JEMISON, CARLA 
Sport & Exer Sci, Pre-PT 
JENKINS, SAMANTHA 
Physician Assist 5yr 
JENNINGS, PATRICK 
Liberal Arts 

JENNINGS, STEPHANIE 
Physician Assist 5yr 
JERASHEN, AMANDA 
Theatre & Comm Arts 
JESPERSEN, KENNETH 
Business Admin 
JETHVA, DHARMISTA 
Business Admin 
JIMENEZ, MARIA 
Nursing 

JODON, MICHAEL 
Elec. Engineering 
JOHNSON, AMANDA 
Erlvchild/Speced 
JOHNSON, GEORGE 
Undeclared 
JOHNSON, HOLLY 
English 

JOHNSON, JESSI 
Physician Assist 5vr 
JOHNSON, LACEY 
Theatre &c Comm Arts 




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"N. 




tor the record m 

JOHNSTON, GAIL 

ii.ijn s\, 
JOHNSTON. MEGAN 

JOINT. KIERSTEN 
\ .mil; 
JOINT. MEGAN 
Pre Medical, Biol 
JONDA. CHRISTOPHER 
Physician \--i-t 5yi 
JONES. AIMEE 
\ . 

JONES. ALLISON 
locouni 

JONES. JOHN 
Business \ilinm 
JONES, MELISSA 
N u sins 

JORDAN. JESSICA 
Earl) Child Elem Ed Spa Ed 
JOYCE. TIFFANY 

Exa Sci, Pit PT 
JUCHNO. AMANDA 

lish 
JUDA. JANELLE 
Chemistry 
JUDAH. ZACHARY 
Undeclared 
KAISER. NICHOLAS 
Chemistry, Mathematics 
KAISER. ROBERT 
Business Admin 
KALIVODA, CASEY 

in I herap) 5j r 
KAMINSKI, GARY 
I Fndecided Engineering 
KAPPIL. JUBI 
S ftware Engineering 
KARAN. ALLISON 
Physician Assist 5) r 
KARDOS, TIMEA 
Elem Ed Special Ed 
KARKOSKI. KRISTOPHER 
Mgmt liii" Syst, Busn Admin 
KARNS, CHRISTA 

ip I herapj 5) t 
KAUR. PRIMALDEEP 
Undecided I lealth Sci 
KEARNEY. SHANNON 
N irsing 

KEBORT. KAYLEE 
I. riniin.il Iu^ik ( 
KECK, MICHELLE 

il Studies 
KEDER. DIANA 
Pn Medical 
KEELS. RONALD 
Criminal Justu t 
KEIPER. JOHANNA 
P ychol 

KELLER. AMANDA 
LECOM Pharm 2< I 
KELLERAN. KYLE 
S< i 
KELLEY SHANE 



KELLY. BRANDI 

,1 Work 
KELLY, JESSICA 
I luliv ided Business 
KELLY, MICHELLE 
I ikl<\ ided I lumanitiis 
KELLY, ROBERT 
Histor) 

KELLY. TIMOTHY 
Nursing 
KENDRICK. MARK 

slWork 
KENDZIORA. AMBER 
1% Education 
KENNETT. KRYSTAL 
Nursing 

KENNY, HEATHER 
Earl) Child Elem Ed Spe< Ed 
KENT. ASHLEY 
Soi i.il Studies, Secondar) Ed 
KEPNER, HEIDI 
Nursing 

KESSELEM, KATHLEEN 
l'n 1 ,iw I }, Psycholog) 
KESSLER. PAUL 
Pre Pharmacy 
KEYES, MOLLY 
Klein I'd S|h\ i.il Ed 
KIBBY, KATELYN 
Elem Ed/Earlv Childhood 
KIBLER, ABBY 
Occup I herapy 5yr 
KIEFER, SAMANTHA 
Pre-Medical 
KIENZL, CAROL 
Criminal Justice 
KIKOLA, NICHOLAS 
Theatre <S; Comm Arts 
KIMBALL, CONNOR 
Psychology 
KIMMY, STEPHANIE 
Occup I hcrapv 5vr 
KING, AMANDA 
Nursing 
KING, DANIEL 
Criminal Justice 
KING, KELSEY 
Nursing 

KINNEAR, MICHELLE 
Psycholog) 
KIPR BRANDON 
Mortuan S< ience 
KIRBY. HANNAH 
Me* h. Engineering 
KIRKWOOD, ALYSIA 
LECOM Med4+4,Biolog) 
KIRLEY, JENNIFER 
Nursi 

KISTLER, ELLIOT 
Finance 

KITTNER. JENNA 
Nursing 

KLAVON, MELINDA 
Elem Ed Early Childhood 
KLEBER. JULIE 

ing 



KLECKNER, BRANDON 
Philosoph) 

KLEIN. JONATHAN 

Marketing 

KLEPS, AARON 

l'h\ sic i.in Assist 5yr 

KLINE, JENNIFER 

v ience 

KLOECKER, PATRICK 

V counting, 5 yeai MBA 
KLUBE, CHELSEY 
English, Secondary Ed 
KNAUS, AMANDA 
SprtExrS< i 
KNEIB. WARREN 
Environ Engineering 
KNIESLER, PATRICK 
Mech. Engineering 
KNIGHT, CORY 
Accounting 
KNUTH, CLIFTON 
Business Admin 
KOCH, EDWIN 

I neology 

KOCHANOWICZ, EMILY 

Psychology 

KOEHLE, JACQUELINE 

Elem Ed/Earlv Childhood 

KOENIG, HANNAH 

Physician Assist 5vr 

KOHLI, TARA 

English 

KOHSER, LINDSAY 

Physician Assist Svr 

KOJANCIE, SHELLEY 

Nursing 

KOLANO, JOSEPH 

Sport & Exer Sci, Pre-PT 

KOLKENBECKRUH, GARETH 

English, Secondary Ed 

KOMAR, ERIC 

Sport iN. Exer Sci 

KOMOREK, STEPHANIE 

Elem Ed Special Ed 

KOONS, EMILY 

Nursing 

KOPROWSKI, MICHAEL 

Business Admin 

KOSANOVICH, NICHOLAS 

Marketing, 5 year MBA 

KOSOBUCKI, EMILY 

Sport & Exer Sci, Pre-PT 

KOSOBUCKI, KATIE 

Sport cv Exer Sci, Pre-PT 

KOSTENKO, STANISLAV 

International Business 

KOTANCHIYEV, GEORGIY 

Criminal Justice 

KOVALEVICH, ELENA 

Nursing 

KOWALCZYK, MELISSA 

Pre Education 

KOWALSKI. CORY 

{ fndecided Science 

KOZAK. DOUGLAS 

Criminal Justice 



KOZAR, KRIS 

Pre 1 aw, English 

KOZIARSKI, CHRISTOPHER 

Biology, Pre -Chiropractic 

KOZIK, ALYSSA 

Nursing 

KRAFT, KATHLEEN 

Physician Assist 5yr 

KRAKOWSKI, JOHN 

mting 
KRAMER, DANA 
Pre-Medical 
KRAMER, MEGAN 
Nursing 
KRAUS, BRIAN 
Pre-Law 

KRAVCHUK, IRINA 
Resp Care 2vr 
KRETSCHMANN, GRACE 
Elem Ed/Special Ed 
KREYDT, JOSEPH 
Communication Arts 
KRISE, KATIE 
Chemistry 

KRIVANSKY, MICHAEL 
Elem Ed/Special Ed 
KRIZMANIC, MATTHEW 
Risk Management 
KROL, ELLEN 
Occup Therapy Syr 
KRSO, ALEN 
Criminal Justice 
KRSO, MIRSAD 
Criminal Justice 
KRULUTS! NATHAN 
Sport c< Exer Sci, Pre-PT 
KRUSE, LINDSEY MARIE 
Early Child/Elcm Ed/Spec Ed 
KRYSIAK, STANLEY 
Ross I 'Sch of Med 
KRYSINSKI, JENNIFER 
Nursing 

KRZYKOWSKI, ALYCIA 
Psychology 
KUBEJA, KARA 
Potential Nursing 
KUBELDIS, NATHAN 
Pre-Medical 
KUHN, JENNIFER 
Nursing 

KULICK, ANDREA 
Psychology 

KULIGOWSKI, STEPHEN 
Nursing 

KUMAR, ADITYA 
Pre-Medical 
KUNTZ. LAUREN 
Biolog) 

KUREK, JEFFREY 
Criminal Justice 
KURTZ. BRIAN 
Political Science 
KURTZ. LINDSEY 
Pre Law 3 3 Early Ad 
KURTZ. PATRICK 
Social Studies, Secondary Ed 



158 



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KUSER, KYLE 

Social Studies, Secondary Ed 

KUSMIERSKI, CORTNEY 
Psycholog) 

KWIATKOWSKI, CRAIG 
Undecided Business 
LABODA, JILL 
Earl) Child Ekm Ed/Spec Ed 

LACASTRO. MICHAEL 
Marketing 

LACUTE. LAUREN 

I ECOM Med 4+4, Biology 

LADOUCEUR. JASON 
English, Secondary Ed 

LAKS, KELSEY 
I ECOM Pharm2+3 
LAM, KRISTA 
SprtExrSd PrePt3+3 
LAMANNA, AMY 
Legal Studies 
LAMB, ANDREW 
Duquesne Phann 2+4 
LAMERS. STEFAN 
Meek. Engineering 
LANDIS, ROCHELLE 
Business Admin 
LANDRY, DAVID 
Nursing 

LANE, STEPHANIE 
Occup Therapv 5vr 
LANIEWICZ, HALSEY 
Resp Care 2yr 
LANO, MEGAN 
Business Admin 
LANZEL, ERIC 
Mech. Engineering 
LAPAGLIA, JOHN 
Undecided Science 
LASKOWSKI, KRISTEN 
Sport 6c Exer Sci, Pre-PT 
LASKY, ASHLEY 
Pre-Medical 
LASSAK, KYLE 
Mech. Enerineering 
LATIFI, AFRIM 
I odec lire d 
LATOCHA, TOMAS 
Accounting 
LAUFFER, MARK 
Physician Assist 5vr 
LAURIA, FRANK 
Communication Arts 
LAVIN, SHANE 
Pre-Medical, Biology 
LAWRENCE, KEITH 
Criminal Justice 
LAWRENCE, NOELLE 
Pre-Dental 
LAWTON, SARAH 
Nursing 

LAZZARA, GREGORY 
Criminal Justice 
LECKER, ANTHONY 
Mathematics 
LECLERE, LAUREN 
Pre-Medical 



LEE, RICHARD 

Business Admin. 5 year MBA 

LEE. SHANNON 

Pre 1 ,i\\ 

LEFFLER, MICHAELA 

Chrl 3+4 Ace Phann 

LEHMAN, MATTHEW 

Criminal Justice 

LEICHTENBERGER, CORINNE 

Undecided I lealth Sci 

LELONEK, REBECCA 

SprtExrSd PrePt3+3 

LEMOCK, ALYSON 

Nursing 

LENAWAY, CHELSEA 

Physician Assist 5yr 

LEPORE, LEILA 

Nursing 

LESSER, ALLISON 

Marketing 

LEUTE, NICHOLAS 

Undeclared 

LEVIN, LISA 

Potential Nursing 

LEVINE, SARA 

Marketing 

LEWIS, MAGGIE 

Accounting, 5 vear MBA 

LEWIS, MINDY 

Undecided Health Sci 

LEYVA, SAUL 

Frgn Lang Govt Opt 

LICSKAI, NICHOLAS 

Political Science 

LIDEY, LAUREN 

Physician Assist 5yr 

LILLY, MEREDITH ' 

Nursing 

LINAMEN, JOSHUA 

Criminal Justice 

LINDBERG, JENNIFER 

Physician Assist Syr 

LINDENBERGER, ELYSSA 

Biology 

LITTLE, JOHN 

Nursing 

LIVINGSTON, EMILY 

Social Studies, Secondary Ed 

LOADER, STEPHANIE 

Elem Ed/Special Ed 

LOBDELL, JASON 

Nursing 

LOCHNER, ERIN 

Sport 6c Exer Sci, Pre-PT 

LOCY, ANDREW 

Chemistry 

LOHR, STEPHANIE 

Psychology 

LOIACONA, DOMINIC 

Chemistry 

LOREI, ANDREW 

Undecided Humanities 

LOSHAJ, DAFINA 

Psychology- 

LOSHAJ, VENERA 

Potential Nursing 



LOTT, HEIDI 

Elem Ed Special Ed 

LOVETRO, KIMBERLY 

Occup rherap) 5yi 

LOVICK, JESSICA 

Occup I nerap) 5j t 

LOWDERMILK, ASHLEY 

Biology, Pre-Medical 

LOWE, JUSTIN 

Physician .Wist 5vr 

LOZORAITIS, JOHN 

Criminal Justice 

LUCAS, JENNIFER 

Psychology 

LUCKENBACH, AMY 

Occup Therapy 5yr 

LUDWIG, JACK 

Undecided Science 

LUZIER, JAMES 

Undeclared 

LYNCH, EMILY 

Nursing 

LYNCH, MATTHEW 

Management 

LYNN^ KATY 

Pre-Education 

MACK, PATRICK 

Sprt Mgmt & Marketing 

MACKEY, TIMOTHY 

5yr Coop Mechan Engr 

MADURI, ADAM 

Business Admin, Finance 

MAGUE, TERRYN 

Nursing 

MAHONEY, SHANNON 

Sport & Exer Sci, Pre-PT 

MAJOR, MEGAN 

Potential Nursing 

MAKOVEY, IGOR 

Pre-Dental, Biology 

MALDET, ALAN 

Software Engineering 

MALINAK, DAYNA 

Pre-Chiropractic 

MALINOWSKI, CHAD 

Biology 

MALINOWSKI, LINDSEY 

Radiolog Sci 2vr 

MALITO, ANTONIO 

Nursing 

MALJOVEC, DANIEL 

Computer Science 

MALLARD, JOEL 

Undeclared 

MAMRAK, CARLEEN 

Accounting, 5 year MBA 

MANDERINO^ CHRISTOPHER 

Philosophy 

MANGEL, ROBIN 

Pre-Pharmacy 

MANKOSKI, DENISE 

English, Secondary Ed 

MANNEY, EDWARD 

Biology, Pre-Medical 

MANOS, LINDSEY 

Physician Assist 5vr 



MARAFFA, KEITH 
Sp,.n & Exer Sci, Pre-PT 
MARC, ISAAC 
International Business 
MARCH, JENNIFER 
Business .Admin 
MARCHESE, TALISA 
Pre-Medical, Biology 
MARCIANO, NICOLE 
Psychology, Legal Studies Cert 
MARINI, ANGELA 
Sport & Exer Sci, Pre PT 
MARKIEWICZ, ELLEN 
Nursing 

MARONEY, COURTNEY 
Occup Therapy 5vr 
MAROVICH, RYAN 
Physician Assist 5vr 
MARSH, WENDY 
Science PrePT 3+3 
MARSHALL, ANGELLA 
Nursing 



r 



"T! inPNT 

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MARSHALL, AUTUMN 

Occup Therapy 5vr 
MARSHALL, EDWARD 
English, Secondary Ed 
MARSZALEK, KORTNEY 
Biology 

MARTHALER, JARED 
Undeclared 
MARTIN, AMBER 
Nursing 

MARTIN, CRYSTAL 
Radiolog Sci 2vr 
MARTIN, MEGAN 
Potential Nursing 
MARTINEZ, STEPHANIE 
English, Secondary Ed 
MARTONE, ASHLEY 
Radiolog Sci 2yr 
MARTZ, JAMES 
Elem Ed/Special Ed 
MASILUNAS, ANNE 
Physician Assist 5vr 
MASSAFRA, KRISTYN 
Early Child/Elem Ed/Spec Ed 
MATHIESON, BRETT 
Communication Arts 
MATTERN, ZACHARY 
Sport & Exer Sci, Pre-PT 
MAY, ASTASIA 
Psychology 

MAYOGLOU, MATTHEW 
Potential Nursing 
MAZAK, ALISA 
Pre-Education 
MCALISTER, BRIANNE 
Radiolog Sci 2vr 




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tor the record 






MCANINCH, JILL 

I I ( OM Plum 

MCBRIDE. HEIDI 
Business Allium 
MCCALL. BRITTANY 
Rudiolog Sci J\ i 
MCCAULEY. ELLEN 

s > K'lk C 

MCCLAIN. MELANIE 
Radiolog s i i 2yi 
MCCLEARY. SABRA 
LECOM Pharn 
MCCLELLAN. SARA 

I Earl) Childhood 
MCCLELLAND. JOHN 
Mi\ !i I nginc< i 
MCCLELLAND. MARIE 
\ rsing 

MCCLOY. ERICKA 
Nursing 

MCCONNELL. KAITLIN 
(. K i up I herap) 5) i 
MCCONNELL. MOLLIE 
Pin si( i.in Assist 5) i 
MCCRACKEN. SEAN 
Biology; Pre PT 
MCCRACKEN. WARD 
Spurt i\ L\ci s 
MCCULLOUGH, KEVIN 
Nursing 

MCCULLOUGH, KRISTEN 
Biolog) 

MCCURDY. SHAWN 
Spurt i\ I'.xcr Si i 
MCCUTCHEON, AARON 
Social Studies, Secondary Ed 
MCDONALD, ASHLEY 
Bioinfbrmatics 
MCDONALD, ROBERT 

I I i-ror\. Philosophy 
MCELHANEY, KEVIN 
Mech Engineering 
MCELHINNY, JANIE 
Biolog] 

MCELROY, ELIZABETH 
SprtExrSci PrePl ; - i 
MCEWEN. REBECCA 
Elem Ed K.irlv Childhood 
MCFALL. MILES 

Psych 

MCFATE. KELLY 
Nursing 

MCGILL. KELLY 
Nursing 

MCGRAIL, CONNOR 
Elementary Edu< ation 
MCGRATH. NIALL 
Management 
MCGUIRE. KATIE 
Physi< ian Vssist 5j i 
MCGUIRE. LUCAS 

: >. nt.il. B.. . 
MCINTYRE. CHRIS 

n< c 
MCKENDREE. ZACK 
• 



MCKINES. MATTIE 
Pre Medical 
MCKOWAN. ASHLEY 
Political Science, I egal Studies 
MCLAUGHLIN. JEREMIAH 
Btotci nnolog) 
MCLELLAN. ASHLEY 
I'ln vii i. in Assist 5j i 
MCMINN. KAYLA 
Sport i\ Exet Sci, Pn P I 
MCMULLEN. ADAM 
Sport & En Sci, Pre PT 
MCMUNIGLE. MEGAN 
Pin mi i.m Assist 5) i 
MCMURRAY, COREY 
I'ln Mi i.m Assist 5) i 
MCNELLIE. KATHLEEN 
Sport i\ Exet Sd, Pre- PT 
MCQUISTON, DAVID 
I Indeclared 
MEAGHER, MOLLY 
Elem Ed/Specia] Ed 
MEALY, BRADLEY 
Biology, Pre Chiropractic 
MEALY, KRISTAN 
I'ln Mii.m Assist 5yr 
MECCARIELLO, PAUL 
Elec. Engineering 
MECH, KARIANN 
I'ln Mii.m Assist 5vr 
MEIGHEN, MITCHEL 
English, Secondary Ed 
MEISNER, STEPHEN 
5yr Coop Mechan Engr 
MELLIN, JULIE 
Sport & Exer Sci, Pre-PT 
MERRY, KELSEY 
Business Admin 
MERSHIMER, KRISTA 
Biology, Secondary Ed 
MESSMER, CY 
Mgmt Into Systems 
MEYER, LISA 
Biology, Pre-Medical 
MICHAEL, CHARLES 
Respiratory Cue 
MICHAEL, ZACHARY 
Chemistry 
MICHAELS, HOLLI 
Mech. Engineering 
MIELE, KELLY 
English, Secondary Ed 
MILLER, ASHLEY 
LECOM Med 4+4, Biolog) 
MILLER, CHRISTOPHER 
Elem I'll Special Ed 
MILLER, GRANT 
Business Admin, Pre-L<aw3/3 
MILLER. JENNIFER 
Mathematics, Secondary Ed 
MILLER, MICHELE 
Biology, Pre Medical 
MILLER. MONICA 
Psychology 
MILLER. NOELLE 
Sport & I D I s > i, Pre PT 



MILLER, SHAWN 
Chemical Engineering 

MILLERD, TARYN 
Pre Medical, Biology 

MILLIS. ALEXANDER 
Biology, Pre Medical 

MILLIS, MIRIAH 
l'a Law I I Early Ad 
MILLSPAW, SAMUEL 
5) i Coop Elect Engi 
MINNAUGH, ADAM 
Sport i\ Exet St i 
MINOR, KEVIN 
Criminal [ustice 
MION, MICHAEL 
Social Studies, Secondary Ed 
MISOFF, MICHAEL 
Sprt Mgmt <N Marketing 
MKRTYCHEVA, LANA 
Legal Studies 
MOERKE, CHRISTOPHER 
Elec. Engineering 
MOLLISE, ANTHONY 
Elec Engineering 
MOLLOY, ELIZABETH 
Occup Therapy 5yr 
MONAHAN, ANNA 
Advertising/Communications 
MONIN, BRANDON 
Sport &. Exer Sci, Pre-PT 
MONONO, MONDOA 
Potential Nursing 
MONSCHEIN, MICHAEL 
Business Admin 
MONTAGLIONE, THOMAS 
Criminal Justice 
MONTELEONE, SASHA 
Communication Arts 
MOORE, BEN 
Criminal Justice 
MOORE, BRITTNEY 
Potential Nursing 
MOORE, JESSICA 
Biotechnology 
MOORE, KANE 
Mech. Engineering 
MOORE, MICHAEL 
Pre-Medical 
MOOTS, JULIENNE 
Elem Ed/Special Ed 
MORELLI, CHRISTINA 
So 8cTech Sales 
MORELLI, CHRISTINE 
Advertising Communications 
MORELLI, MATTHEW 
Philosophy 

MORGAN, ALEXANDRA 
Sport ck. Exer Sci, Pre-PT 
MORGAN, JOSEPH 
Software Engineering 
MORGAN, NICOLE 
Potential Nursing 
MORLEY, ASHLEY 
Pin Mii.m Assist 5j i 
MORRIS, SARA 
Biology, Pre Medical 



MORROW, KASEY 
Physician Assist s\ r 
MORSE, ELIZABETH 
Political Science, Philosophy 

MORTON, ASHLEY 
Nursing 

MOSIER, TESSA 

Sport cv Exet Sci, Pre-PT 

MOSINSKI, JOHN 

Sport <S: Exer Sci, Pre-Medical 

MOSLEY, VINCENT 

Liberal Arts 

MOTTILLO, NICOLE 

Elem Ed/Special Ed 

MOUNTAIN, JESSICA 

Chrl 3*4 Ace Pharm 

MOWRER, ABIGAIL 

Sport 8c Exer Sci, Pre-PT 

MOWRY, KEVIN 

Elec. Engineering 

MUDDLE, JONATHAN 

Pre-Optometrv 

MULHEARN, MALLORIE 

Nun 

MULLIGAN, ZACHERY 

Pre-Medical 

MUNN, JONATHAN 

Prc-Pharmacv 

MURPHY, CHRISTOPHER 

Sport &. Exer Sci 

MURRAY, BRENDAN 

Environ Engineering 

MURRAY, JESSICA 

Social Studies, Secondary Ed 

MURRAY, SHANNON 

Potential Nursing 

MURRER, MEGHAN 

Occup Therapy 5yr 

MURRER, MOLLY 

Physician Assist Syr 

MURTHA, ALLISON 

Frgn Lang Govt Opt 

MUSILLE, PAUL 

Biotechnology, Chemistry 

MUSSER, JAMES 

5vr Coop Mechan Engr 

MYERS, CRYSTAL 

Pre-PT, Sport & Exer Sci 

MYERS, KRISTIN 

Physician Assist 5vr 

NAGLE, CHELSEY 

Nursing 

NAGLE, ELIZABETH 

Physician Assist 5yr 

NAGLE, MEGHAN 

Nursing 

NALIPA, BREANNE 

Nursing 

NARANJO, GREGORY 

Undeclared 

NASIBYAN, ARTEM 

Accounting 

NEAL, ERIC 

Finance 

NEAL, RENATE 

Early Child/Elem Ed/Spec Ed 



160 



INDEX thelance.2008 



NEAL. RYAN 
Elec. Engineering 

NEEL. MARK 
Business Admin 

NEELY. CODY 

Em iron Engineering 

NEENAN. JONATHAN 
Pie 1 aw, Political Science 

NELSON, KAYLA 
Undecided Business 
NELSON. STACY 
Occup 1 herap) 5yr 

NEMCHICK. JACOB 

& ExerSci, Pre-PT 

NESSELHAUF. DAVID 
Biologj 

NEWARA. JESSICA 
Elem Ed/Earlv Childhood 
NEWARA. NATHAN 
Elec. Engineering 
NEWSOM, JENNIFER 
Nutsing 

NEYMAN, MELINDA 
Communication Arts 
NG, ZAW LATT 
Potential Nursing 
NICHOLSON, TERRENCE 
LECO.M Pharm 2+3 
NICK, KATHERINE 
Nursing 

NIEDZIELSKI, DANIELLE 
Pre-Law, Criminal Justice 
NIELSEN, KERILYN 
Nursing 

NOLAN, CARRIE 
Chemistry 

NOTARANGELO, DAVID 
Undeclared 
NOTMAN, BRITTANY 
Phvsician Assist 5vr 
NOVAK, ANGELA 
Nursing 

NOWOSIELSKI, ADAM 
Business Admin 
NUNEZ, CASSANDRA 
Phvsician Assist 5vr 
NUSBAUM, JONATHAN 
Psychology 
NUTT, JEREMY 
5vr Coop Mechan Engr 
NUZZI, MATTHEW 
Mortuary Science 
OAKES, MOLLY 

ing 
OBERST, EUGENE 
Marketing, International Busn 
O'BRIEN, CHRISTOPHER 
Elec. Engineering 
OCHS, KRISTEN 
N m 
OCHS, MACK 



O'DONNELL, MATTHEW 
Software Engineering 
OESMANN, JACKLYN 
Marketing 



O'HERN. DEVON 

Sport & Exei Sci, Pre-PT 

OHERN, KRISTIN 
Nursing 

OHR. LAUREN 
Pin sician Assist 5j t 
OLINGER. COLLEEN 
Foreign Language, K- 12 Ed 

OLSZAK, ADRIENNE 
Occup rheiapy 5j t 

OMALLEY, KEVIN 
Accounting 

ORLANDO, NICHOLAS 
Software Engineering 

ORMSBEE, COREY 

Sport iN Exer Sci 

ORR, JENEVIEVE 

Occup Therapy 5vr 

ORSINI, NICHOLE 

Business Admin 

OSWALD, EMILY 

Political Science 

OTTEN, STEFANIE 

Phvsician Assist 5vr 

OVERBECK, ASHLEY 

Pre-Pharmacv, Chemistry 

OVERLY, JAMES 

Mathematics, Secondary Ed 

OWCZARCZAK, MICHELLE 

Pre-Medical 

PACANSKY, KATELYN 

Nursing 

PALERMO, SARA 

Nursing 

PALMORE, DAROLD 

General Studies 

PAMULA, BRITTNEY 

Undecided Science 

PANCHAK, LAUREN 

SprtExrSci PrePt3+3 

PANIGHETTI, THOMAS 

Political Science 

PANNAPARAYIL, LISA 

English 

PAPAPANU, ALEXANDRA 

Nursing 

PARAVATI, JOSEPH 

Nursing 

PARDUS, MARK 

Mathematics 

PARKER, ALYSE 

Sport & Exer Sci, Pre-PT 

PARKER, ANDREW 

Psychology 

PARKS, HOPE-ANNE 

Social Work 

PARKS, MATTHEW 

Undecided Science 

PARSONS, ANTHONY 

Elementary Education 

PASCARELLA, GLENN 

Foreign Lang, Secondary Ed 

PASCHKE, RACHEL 

Social Work 

PASSEROTTI, SARAH 

Environmental Sci 



PATEL, HANIBEN 
Business Admin 

PATEL, MINAL 
Pre Phannac] 
PATTERSON, HEATHER 

Nursing 

PAUL, BENJAMIN 
SprtExrSci PrePt3+3 
PAUL, EMILY 

Marketing 

PAWLIKOWSKI, MEGAN 
Sport & ExerSci, Pre-PT 

PAWLOWSKI, JOSEPH 

Mech. Engineering 

PAYNE, GLADYS 

Undecided Engineering 

PAYNE, MATTHEW 

Mathematics, Secondary Ed 

PAYNE, SHAQUANA 

Pre-Education 

PEASE, BRENNA 

Nursing 

PECHIE, MICHAEL 

Undeclared 

PECHIN, NICOLE 

Pre-Veterinary 

PECORA, VERONICA 

Undecided Health Sci 

PEDERSEN, STACIE 

Social Work 

PELENSKY, ELLIE 

Criminal Justice 

PELINSKY, ALYSSA 

Communication Arts 

PENCILLE, PAULA 

Radiolog Sci 2vr 

PENN, CAROLYN 

Nursing 

PENNINGTON-REHM, SARAH 

English 

PERENIC, JOSEPH 

Undecided Health Sci 

PERETICH, LISA 

SprtExrSci PrePt3+3 

PEREZ, MICHAEL 

Undeclared 

PERPICH, JENNA 

Elem Ed/Early Childhood 

PERRY, REBECCA 

Political Science 

PERRY, ROBERT 

History, Social Studies, Seed Ed 

PERZ, ALEXANDER 

LECOM Pharm 2+3 

PETERS, BRENNA 

English 

PETERS, NICOLE 

Elem Ed/Early Childhood 

PETERSON, RICHARD 

Sport 6c Exer Sci, Pre-Medical 

PETRELLA, ANTHONY 

Mathematics 

PETTIS, TOMAR 

Criminal Justice 

PEZZINO, LAUREN 

Nursing 



PFAFF, JESSICA 
Psychologj 
PHILSON, BRIDGER 
Physician Assist 5yr 
PIAZZA, LAURA 
Accounting 

PICCIANO, JENNIFER 
Psychology 

PICCIONE, CASSANDRA 
Physician Assist Syr 
PICCIRILLI, MICHAEL 
Occup I nerapy 5yr 
PICCONE, ADRIANNA 
Pre-Pharmacv 
PICHETTE, JOHN 
Mech. Engineering 
PICKETT, REBEKAH 
Political Science 
PIERCE, LIANA 
Theology, 1 listory 
PIERRET, KAREN 
Sport <Sc Exer Sci, Pre-PT 



r 



:""• T ! ! !"*: !"" !*. ! T* 



PIETROWSKI, MICHAEL 

Pre-Medical 

PIETROWSKI, RYAN 

English 

PIFER, IAN 

Early Child/Elem Ed/Spec Ed 

PILAR, MEGAN 

Biology, Pre-Medical 

PILEWSKI, PAIGE 

Occup Therapy 5vr 

PIPER, MICHAEL 

Chemical Engineering 

PIQUET, CASEE 

Sport 8c Exer Sci 

PISARCIK, LEEANN 

English 

PITTEROFF, JAMIE 

Chemistry 

PLACKEMEIER, KENDRA 

Nursing 

PLONSKI, MELISSA 

Nursing 

PLUTA, CHELSEA 

English, Pre-Medical 

PO, SOMRETH 

Undecided Health Sci 

POLAKOWSKI, RENATA 

Accounting 

POLINSKI, STEPHEN 

Mortuary Science 

POLLICE, KATELYN 

Early Child/Elem Ed/Spec Ed 

POMA, ANTHONY 

Undecided Engineering 

PONIATOWSKI, JARED 

Liberal Arts 2vr 




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tor the record 



mem 



PONTORIERO. MATTHEW 
Sport. . IV I'l 

POPE. MICHAEL 
Psycholog) 
PORTER. RANDL 

Vdmin 
POTTS. STEPHANIE 
Biol 

POWELL. MICHAEL 
Histor) 

POWERS. SCOTT 
Accounting, Finance 
PRADHAN. MANEESHA 
Physu i.m Assist 
PRENCIPE. ANTHONY 



PRESUTTI, CARRIE 

Nursing 

PRIBONIC, ANTHONY 

Biolo 

PROCH, MERISSA 

! '..I l\ Child Spec Ed 

PRYBYL. MAIRE 

Prc.McilK.il. Biolog) 

PUHALA. MARGO 

Pin su i.m Wist 5) i 

PYLE, BROOKE 

Intern. ition.il Business 

PYNOS, THEODORE 

Chemica] Engineering 

QUIGLEY, STEPHANIE 

Psycholog} 

QUINN, EMILY 

Pre Medical, Sport cv Exer Sci 

QUINN, KELLY 

C rnnin.il [ustict 

QUINN, MEGAN 

QUINN, MICHAEL 
Spurt cv Exei S< i 
QUINN, ROBERT 
Radiolog Sci 2yr 
RABELL. ASHLEY 
Sport & Exer Sci, Pie-PT 
RACO, MICHAEL 
Sprt Mgml & Marketing 
RADIN, BREANNE 
Mortuar) Science 
RADWAN, GREGORY 
Klein Ed Early Childhood 
RAKOWSKI, MATTHEW 
1 ECOM Pharm 2*3 
RALICKI, JENNA 
C i tmmunii ation \i l 
RAMEY, ELIZABETH 
Potential Nursing 
RAMEY. KAITLYN 
Physi< i.m Assist S\ i 
RAMUS. DANIELLE 
( X i up I herap) 5j r 
RANDOLPH. ERIN 
Biol 
RANKIN. BRIAN 

'. 1 1 n 1 1 1 
RANKIN. JAMES 
Sport 



Psycholog) 

RATTANAKORN, 

WEERAPHAN 

Business Admin 

REARDON, KAREN 

Nui sing 

REAVES, JUSTIN 

( iciKi.il Studies 

REED, TRENT 

l'ln si( i.m Assist 5) i 

REED, TYLER 

Bioinfbrmatics 

REES, SANDRA 

l'ln mi i.m .Vmv| 5j i 

REEVES, ERICA 

l'ln Mi i.m Assist Syr 

REGAL, GWENDOLYN 

S< ience 

REGGI. NICHOLAS 

Si k i.il Studies, Secondary Ed 

REICHARD, DAVID 

Elemental - ) Education 

REICHARD, SHELLY 

Nursing 

REICHERT, MATTHEW 

Political Science 

REICHERT, TIFFANY 

Nursing 

REIMOLD, SHAMUS 

Biology, Pre-Medical 

REINARD, DOUGLAS 

Syr Coop Elect Engr 

REINSEL, STEPHEN 

Seven Yr Optometry 

REITER, KELLY 

Nursing 

REITZ, JENNA 

Marketing, 5 year MBA 

REITZ, LINDSAY 

Management 

RENNE, DAVID 

English 

RESURRECCION, MICHAEL 

English 

REYNOLDS, JOSHUA 

Physician Assist 5vr 

REYNOLDS, MONICA 

Criminal Justice 

REYNOLDS, ROSS 

Physician Assist Syr 

RHING, JASON 

Physician Assist Syr 

RHOADS, JULIAN 

Pre. Medical 

RICE, DANIEL 

Marketing 

RICHARDSON, JONATHAN 

Criminal Justice 

RICHER, ALLISON 

Mathematics 

RICKERSON, RYAN 

C rimm.il |ustu c 

RIDLEY, LAUREN 

gy.Pre Medical 
RIEDY. MARY 
Chrl J+4 An Pharm 



RIHEL, RHONDA 

Nursing 

RION, MICHELE 

Nursing 

RIPPER, LISA 

SprtExrSci PrcPn. I 

RITTENHOUSE, SCOTT 

Mci h Engineering 

RIVERA, JUSTIN 

Sport iV Exei Sci 

RIVERA, NATASHA 

l'.lem Ed/Special Ed 

ROACH, MARCUS 

Communication Arts 

ROBBINS, KATHRYN 

Journalism C ommunications 

ROBERGE, MARY 

Dietetics 

ROBINSON, BRYAN 

Undecided Science 

ROCHE, AMANDA 

Physician Assist Syr 

RODGERS, JESSICA 

Nursing 

RODRIGUEZ, SYLVIA 

English 

ROGERS, CASEY 

Radiolog Sci 2\r 

ROHLEDER, KAYLA 

Pre-Medical, Chemistry 

ROMANIAS, JESSICA 

Nursing 

ROPELEWSKI, HEATHER 

Physician Assist 5yr 

ROPSKI, MEAGHAN 

Pie-Veterinary, Biology 

ROSS, DANIEL 

Sprt Mgmt & Marketing 

ROSS, JENNIFER 

Legal Studies 

ROSS, JULIE 

Nursing 

ROSS, MELISSA 

Business Admin 

ROSS, NICOLE 

Mathematics, Secondary Ed 

ROSS, STEPHANIE 

Physician Assist 5\r 

ROSSMAN, LIERIN 

Legal Studies 

ROTELLO, ANTHONY 

Physician .Assist 5) r 

ROTHLISBERGER, ALLISON 

Biology 

ROUNTREE, SARAH 

Nursing 

ROUSE, KELLEY 

LECOM MciU+4, Biology 

ROUSSEAU, DANA 

Nursing 

ROWAN, CHAD 

Business Allium 

ROWAN, COURTNEY 

Pre Dental 

ROWLES, BREANN 

Pre Medical 



RUBENSTEIN, DEANNA 
Social Studies, Secondary Ed 
RUMBALL, LAUREN 
Occup I herapv Syr 
RUNGE, KYLE 
Mathematics, Secondary Ed 
RUSBARSKY, LEAH 
Social Studies, Secondary Ed 
RUSS, DUSTIN 
s < n i.il Studies, Secondary Ed 
RUSSELL, DAVID 
Pre-Medical, Biology 
RUSSO, THOMAS 
Pi Medical 
RUSTON, MATTHEW 
Pre C hiropractic 
RYAN, BETH 
Physician .Assist 5vr 
RYAN, CAITLIN 
Journalism Communications 
RYBAT, ROBERT 
Physician Assist 5yr 
RZYMEK, RACHEL 
I 'ndecided Science 
SABOL, JOHN 
Mech. Engineering 
SALVINO, ANGELA 
Physician Assist 5yr 
SAMMARTINO, LUCY 
Occup Therapy 5yr 
SANCHEZ, DANIEL 
Physician Assist 5\r 
SANDBERG, ERIK 
Undeclared 
SANDER, ANNA 
Nursing 

SANDERS, MICHAEL 
English 

SANJULE, MOLLY 
Sport &. Exer Sci 
SANNER, ANDREA 
Criminal Justice 
SANTIAGO, SHAMAI 
Undeclared 

SANTUCCI, CHRISTOPHER 
Sprt Mgmt cv Marketing 
SAUNDERS, JESSICA 
Nursing 
SAVNIK, ROSE 
Nursing 

SAVOIA, CALLA 
Nursing 
SAXE, LEANN 
Potential Nursing 
SAYLES, ANTHONY 
Criminal Justice 
SAYLES, ASHLEY 
Psychology 
SCALES, STEPHEN 
Criminal Justice 
SCALISE, ROBERT 
\i \ minting 

SCANDRETT. ALFONSO 
Pre Medical, Biology 
SCAVELLA, PINO 
SprtExrSci, Occup Therapj 5yi 



162 



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SCHAFER. MARK 
Historj 

SCHALK, KRISTIN 
Sport ,\ Exa Sci, Pre P 1 
SCHAUERMAN, ANNE 
Undeclared 
SCHECK. KERRY 
Eton Ed Earl) Childhood 
SCHIED. BRITTNEY 
Sport cv Exa Set, Pre P I 
SCHIGEL, JACQUELYN 
I'm ironmental Sci 
SCHIGEL, JESSICA 
Science PrePl J+3 
SCHILL. CRAIG 
Pre-Optometry, Biol 
SCHIMR DEREK 
Biology, Pre-Veterinai \ 
SCHLINDWEIN, KIMBERLY 
Nursing 

SCHMITT, TERRI 
Nursing, English 
SCHMUCKER. ZACHARY 
SprtExrSci PreIV>- ; 
SCHNEIDER. SARAH 
Undeclared 
SCHNELL. BRADLEY 
Pre-Pharmacy 
SCHNELL. MICHAEL 
Sprt Mgmt 6: Marketing 
SCHOLZ. WILLIAM 

. ral Art> 
SCHREINER. JENNA 
Elementary Education 
SCHROCK. JESSICA 
Physician Assist 5yr 
SCHULTZ. JACOB 
Chemical Engineering 
SCHUNK. KRISTA 
Sport c< Exer Sci 
SCHUSTER, AMANDA 
Nursing 

SCHUTTE, KRISTIN 
Occup Therapv 5vr 
SCHWARTZ, ADRIENNE 
Nursing 

SCHWARZ, COLLEEN 
Physician Assist 5vr 
SCHWEITZER, SAVANNAH 
- 8c Tech Sato 
SCHWEMMER, STEPHANIE 
Occup Thcrapv 5vr 
SCHWENK, COURTNEY 
Elementary Education 
SCHWERTZ, LAINA 
Chemistry, Pre-Pharmacy 
SCIANDRA, DANIELLE 
Physician Assist 5vr 
SCOTT, CHRISTIAN 
Elec. Engineering 
SCOTT, JACOB 
Political Science 
SEDAR, NICHOLAS 
Undecided Health Sci, Pre-PT 
SEDDON, JEFFREY 
Pre-Education 



SEDLOCK. MARA 
Sport & Exa Sci, Pre P 1' 

SEIBERT, NATALIE 
Chemical Engineei tits 

SELIMOVIC, ALMIR 

Criminal Justice 

SELKER, EVA 

Pin sician Assist 5\ i 

SELLNER. NATHANIAL 

Philosophy, 1 egal Studies Cen 

SEMELKA, ERICH 

Biologj 

SENITA, JULIE 

Eton Ed Special Ed 

SENKALSKI, ANDREW 

Mech. Engineering 

SENKALSKI. KELLEY 

Pre-Medical. Biology 

SEXTON. KATHLEEN 

Marketing 

SEYLER. BRITTANY 

Sport & Exer Sci, Pre-PT 

SHAFFER, CHRISTINA 

Pre-Medical Biology 

SHAFFER, JEFFREY 

Social Studies, Teacher Prep 

SHAFFER, TIFFANY 

Nursing 

SHAFFER, TRAVIS 

Chemistry 

SHANNON, AMANDA 

SprtExrSci PrePt J+ 3 

SHANNON, BENJAMIN 

Psychology 

SHARKEY, RYAN 

SprtExrSci PrePt3+3 

SHEARER, ROBERT 

Nursing 

SHEEHAN, MICHAEL 

Undeclared 

SHELDON, KARA 

English 

SHEPHARD, DANIEL 

Nursing 

SHERMAN, CARA 

Elem Ed/Special Ed 

SHERNISKY, LOUIS 

Political Science 

SHERRY, BENJAMIN 

Mech Engineering 

SHILLING, SCOT 

Sport 6c Exer Sci, Pre-PT 

SHIN, ESTHER 

Pre-Optometry, Biology 

SHINKO, JASMINE 

Biology 

SHIRILLA, DAVID 

LECOM Med 4+4, Biology 

SHORTS, REBEKAH 

Biology 

SHOUEY, JORDAN 

Nursing 

SHRECKENGOST, GABRIEL 

Computer Science 

SHREVE, KATHERINE 

Nursing 



SHULTZ, FRANK 
Business Admin 
SIBERT. TALIA 
Pre Medical 

SIBLEY, ALEXANDER 
[ournalism Communications 

SIDELINGER, STEPHANIE 

Occup rherapt 5\ i 

SIENIAWSKI, ASHLEY 

Spit Mgmt & Marketing 

SILVA. RAFAEL 

Criminal justice 

SIMMONS, ANDREA 

Resp Care 2} i 

SIMMONS, ASHLEY 

Dietetics 

SIMONOFF, DMITRIY 

RossU.SchofMed 

SIMPSON, ALISHA 

Pre Medical, Biolog) 

SISSON, GEORGE 

Mech. Engineering 

SITTER, RICHARD 

Sport ex. Exer Sci 

SIVIK, JENNIFER 

LECOM Pharm 2+3 

SIWEK, CAREY 

Occup Therapv 5yr 

SKALJIC, AIDA 

Management 

SKALJIC, ALMIR 

Criminal Justice 

SKINNER, HOLLY 

Undecided Science 

SKIRTICH, ANNE 

Psychology 

SKRABA, SARAH 

Chemistry 

SLAUBAUGH, CRAIG 

Social Studies, Secondary Ed 

SLOAN, AMANDA 

Nursing 

SLONAKER, JESSICA 

Occup Therapv 5vr 

SMATHERS, WILLIAM 

History 

SMITH, CAMERON 

Mech. Engineering 

SMITH, CHRISTINA 

Social Work 

SMITH, DEANA 

Communication Arts 

SMITH, EVAN 

Elec. Engineering 

SMITH, HEATHER 

Advertising/Communications 

SMITH, JACOBE 

Sport 6c Exer Sci 

SMITH, JERRY 

Sprt Mgmt 6c Marketing 

SMITH, KRISTIE 

LECOM Med 4+4, Biology 

SMITH, KYLE 

Criminal Justice 

SMITH, NIJEL 

International Busn, Ergn Lang 



SMITH, SARA 
Nursing 

SMITH, THOMAS 
tusk Management 
SMITH, WESLEY 
International Business 
SMOLINSKI, CHRISTOPHER 
Computet Science 
SNOOK, SHANNON 
Politu al Science 
SNYDER, DAVID 
Phj si< i.iii Assist 5yr 
SNYDER. ELLIE 
Elemental \ Education 
SNYDER. EUGENE 
Physician Assist 5yr 
SNYDER, JULIE 
Physician Assist 5yr 
SOBIERALSKI, AMBER 
Business Admin 
SOCHOR, CHRISTINA 
Nursing 



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SOEDER, PATRICK 

Advertising/Communications 

SOFFEL, MATTHEW 

Elec. Engineering 

SOLDNER, LAUREN 

Elem Ed/Special Ed 

SOPKO, ALANA 

Physician Assist 5yr 

SORNBERGER, MICHAEL 

Busn Admin 2vr 

SPAULDING, GEOFFREY 

Psychology 

SPEER, MACKENZIE 

Chemistry 

SPEIR, DOUGLAS 

Chemistry 

SPENCE, DAVID 

Psychology 

SPHON, AMBER 

Risk Management 

SPILMAN, MARK 

Radiolog Sci 2vr 

SPINNER, EDWARD 

Social Studies, Secondary Ed 

SPITTLER, JACOBY 

Biology, Pre-Medical 

SPITTLER, JENNA 

Nursing 

STAAF, KATELYN 

Occup I hcr.ipv 5yr 

STACK, NATHAN 

Psychology, Criminal Justice 

STADLER, NICHOLAS 

I Listory 

STAKE, NATALIE 

I listory 




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STALLONE, MARIA 

( unmunicationi 
STALNAKER. STEPHANIE 
Medical [cchnol 
STANLEY. JILL 

i d Special 1 d 
STANTON. KATIE 
\ 

STEDDING. JOHN 
I ndc< larcd 
STEELE. JOSHUA 
v K\ h Sale* 
STEFANICK. LAUREN 
Marketing 

STEFANIK. EDWARD 
Marketing 
STEFANIS. SPERO 
Pic Pharmac) 
STEFANISZYN. DANIELLE 
Criminal Justic e 
STEFFAN. SHAWNA 
Physic i.iii Assist 5j i 
STEHLIK. KATRINA 
[ntemationa] Business 
STEINWALD, CHARLES 
Marketing, Management 
STEWARD. ELIZABETH 

r/heatre 

STEWART. CATHERINE 
Nursing 

STEWART, JENNY 
Potential Nursing 
STEWART, MARY 
l'h\ sic i.iii Assist 5l i 
STOCZYNSKI, TYLER 

-.1 Studies, Secondary Ed 
STOLZ. AMANDA 
Biol | 

STONE. DARREN 
Spoil 8c Exer Sci 
STONE, SIERRA 
Journalism Communications 
STONER, MACKENZIE 

l • pj 5yi 
STOOPS. MATTHEW 
Sprt Mgmt 8c Marketing 
STORER. BRANDI 
Radioli ig Sc i 2\ t 
STRAIGHT, CHELSEY 
Physic i.in Assist 5j i 
STRASSER, BRENNA 
Sport Sci 

STRAUB, ALLISON 
Spon 8c 1 

STRAUB. STEPHEN 
C riminal fustic e 
STRELL. KEVIN 

ineering 
STROBL, JENNA 
LECOM Phani 
STROYNE. CASEY 

lw ation 
STRUB. ALAN 

•- 

STUREY. TIFFANY 
LECOM 1 



STURGES, GARRETT 

lnicin.mon.il Business 

SULLIVAN, JOHN 

Undeclared 

SULLIVAN, KATIE 

Business Admin 

SUSMARSKI, AARON 

Sport 8c Era Sc i 

SUTHERIN, ERIN 

Advertising Communications 

SUTTER, APRIL 

Criminal lustice 

SWAGLER, JAMES 

c i immunic ation Art 

SWEENEY. STEPHEN 

l'li\ ^u i.in \ssist 5> i 

SWICKLINE, COREY 

s < 'i tw ire Engineering 

SWIDERSKI, ASHLEY 

Biolc 

SWIFT, ANDREW 

Marketing 

SWINTEK, LESLEY 

Nursing 

SWOPE, ETHAN 

Em nun Engineering 

SYERSAK, MALARIE 

Nursing 

SYME, BEN 

Sprt Mgmt 8c Marketing 

SZABAT, MICHELLE 

Accounting 

SZALL, BETHANY 

Earl) Child Ekm Ed Spec Ed 

SZALL, JOSHUA 

Theology 

TABRON, BRITTANY 

Phj sician Assist 5j t 

TAGUE, JONATHAN 

Elec. Engineering 

TANN, RYAN 

Business Admin 

TAORMINA, JOSEPH 

Respiratory Care 

TAORMINA, KAITLYN 

Potential Nursing 

TATALONE, NICHOLAS 

I Fndeclared 

TAVANI, ALICIA 

Busn Admin 2vr 

TAZZI, JACOB 

Biolog} 

TERESHCHUK, VYACHESLAV 

C riminal fustice 

TEVIS, CHRISTIE 

Nursing 

THEISEN, JEFFREY 

Communication \n^ 

THEUERKAUF, MARK 

Psychi 

THIMONS, MATTHEW 

I ■ . ineei ing 
THOMAS. JEFFREY 
Undeclared 

THOMAS, MATTHEW 
I'ohtu ,il S< ien< e 



THOMAS, STEPHANIE 
Nursing 

THOMAS, TEANA 
Pre Pharmac] 
THOMAS, YVONNE 

I Optometry, Biology 
THOMPSON, ALYSSA 
Nursing 

THOMPSON, CARA 
Nursing 

THOMPSON, KAREN 
Criminal fustice 
THOMPSON, KATHLEEN 
Sci ScTech Sales 
THOMPSON, MEGAN 
I'h \ eterinan 

THOMPSON, SAMANTHA 
I'm Pharmac \ 
THOMPSON, SARAH 
Early Child/Elem Ed/Spec Ed 
THOMPSON, SHANNA 
Sport iS: Exer Sci 
THRUSH, BRITTNEY 
Business Admin, Pre 1' I 
TIMON, JOSEPH 
Pre Medical, Spurt >S: Exer Sci 
TISHKO, MARK 
Accounting, 5 year MBA 
TIWARI, NISHANT 
Elec. Engineering 
TOALE, TYLER 
Nursing 

TOMASIK, JOSEPH 
Syr Coop Median Engr 
TOTH, SARA 
English 

TOWNSEND, WILLIAM 
Communication Arts 
TOY, STACI 
Business Admin 
TRAN, ETHAN 
Nursing 

TRANCHELL, WILLIAM 
Mech. Engineering 
TRAPP KATHRYN 
Communication Art^ 
TRAPP MARK 
Chemistrj 

TRAUD, NICHOLAS 
Chemistry 
TRAUT, KELSIE 
Radiolog Sci 2yr 
TRAVERS, JAMES 
Elem Ed Special Ed 
TRENTINI, CARLY 
Pre-Pharmacj 
TRESLER, JENNIFER 
Physician Assist 5j t 
TREVELLINE, LAUREN 
( )ccup I herapj 5j r 
TROCCHIO, THOMAS 
Philosophj 
TROCKI, MICHELLE 
Potential Nursing 
TROJANOVICH. JUSTIN 
Criminal Justice 



TRUMBULL, BRANDON 

Nursing 

TUCKER, ALYSIA 

Pre Medical 

TURNER, ALYSON 

( Icncr.il Studies 

TURNER, CARLEY 

Psychology 

TURNER, JENNIFER 

Undecided Health - 

TURNER, KARL 

Criminal Justice 

TYLER, KAREY 

LECOM Pharm2+3 

TYLER, KRISTI 

Liberal \rt- 

UCHALOVA, SIMONE 

International Business 

UHING, JOSEPH 

I 're -Medical 

UHLER, AUDREY 

Nursing 

ULISHNEY, JOHN 

I mdecided Engineering 

UNGER, JUSTINE 

Early Child/Elem Ed/Spec Ed 

UPTON, PAUL 

Mech. Engineering 

URBAN, NICOLE 

Nursing 

URBANICK, HOLLY 

English 

URBANOWICZ, KIMBERLY 

Nursing 

URBIETA, SANTAMARIA 

Finance 

VALERIO, MICHAEL 

Sport & Exer Sci, Pre-PT 

VANDEVEER, DANA 

Undecided Health Sci, Pre-PT 

VANSICKLE, KAYLAN 

Psychology 

VANSTEE, BREANNA 

Physician Assist 5yr 

VARELA, JORGE 

Sport cV Exer Sci 

VARELA, KIMBERLY 

Frgn Lang Govt Opt 

VARGAS, KIM 

Sport .Si Exer Sci 

VASCIK, SCOTT 

Seven Yr Optometry, Biology 

VASCONI, MARISSA 

Sport c\. Exer Sci 

VEITH, SCOTT 

Sport 8c Exer Sci, Pre-PT 

VENESKY, EMILY 

Environmental S* i 

VENESKY, MIRANDA 

Criminal fustice 

VERSALLE. MARISSA 

I I ( OM Med -4-4 

VERTOSICK, JONATHAN 

English, Theatre 

VICKEY. HEATHER 

Elem Ed Special Ed 



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VIGNEAULT, AMBER 
Theologj 

VILLEGAS, DAVID 

Communication Arts 

VODZAK, REBECCA 

Nursing 

VOHWINKEL, STACY 

Physician Assist 5yr 

VOIGT, DANIEL 

Mcch. Engineering 

VOLENSKY, ALYSSA 

Pie-Education 

VON BORSTEL, ASHLEY 

Nursing 

VONARX, SAMANTHA 

Medical rechnology 

VONVOLKENBURG, MELANIE 

Radiolog Sci 2yi 

VOS. AMBER 

Psycholog) 

VOYTKO, ANDREW 

Mcch. Engineering 

VROMAN, BENJAMIN 

1 ECOM Pharm2+3 

VUKELIC, ERIN 

Communication Arts, 

WADE, ELIZABETH 

Criminal Justice, Legal Studies 

WADE, MATTHEW 

Business Admin 

WAGNER. DANIELLE 

Theology 

WAGNER, JOSEPH 

Pre-Optometxv, Biology 

WAHL, ERIN 

Psychology 

WALCZAK, CATHERINE 

Physician Assist 5vr 

WALDEN, CHELSEY 

Nursing 

WALKER, AMY 

Psychology 

WALKER, JAMES 

Mech. Engineering 

WALKER, JOSEPH 

International Business 

WALKER, SHELLIE 

Undeclared 

WALKER, STEVEN 

Accounting, Finance 

WALKIEWICZ, JENNIFER 

Pre-Education 

WALLS, TABITHA 

Pre-Pharmacv 

WALSH, ADAM 

Undeclared 

WALTON, JENNA 

International Business 

WARD, MATTHEW 

Social Studies, Secondary Ed 

WARVEL, LEVI 

Psychology, Pre-Mcdical 

WASHEK, MEGHAN 

Elem Ed/Special Ed 

WASHINGTON, JUSTIN 

Advertising/Communications 



WASHINGTON, PATRICK 
Business Admin 
WASILOWSKI, ANDREW 
Political Science 
WASSON, CASSANDRA 
1 ECOM Med -4+4 
WATERS, ZACHARY 
Social Studies, Sccondai \ Ed 
WATKINS, KELLI 
Mortuary Science 
WATKINS, SHAWN 
English 

WAUGH, STEPHANIE 
SprtExrSci PrePt3+3 
WAYNE, KRISTA 
Undecided Engineering 
WEAVER, ANTHONY^ 
Finance 

WEBB, KATHRYN 
Accounting 
WEHNER, MICHELLE 
Undeclared 
WEIGEL, TERESA 
Finance 

WEIR, SHAYNA 
Occup Therapy 5yr 
WEIRICH, MELISSA 
Busn Admin 2\r 
WEIS, ANTHONY 
Finance 

WEIS, MEGAN 
Occup Therapy 5yr 
WEITZ, KAITLYN' 
Occup Therapy 5yr 
WELKER, ABBEY 
Mortuary Science 
WELLS, DURFEY 
Elem Ed/Special Ed 
WENSEL, EVERETT 
Accounting 

WENSKOVITCH, JEFFREY 
Software Engineering 
WENSKOVITCH, JOHN 
Software Engineering 
WERNER, MICHELLE 
Physician Assist 5yr 
WESTLAKE, GREG 
Communication Arts 
WEYAND, DANIELLE 
Potential Nursing 
WHEELER, TANYA 
Pre-PT, Science 
WHELAN, MICHAEL 
Social Work 
WHIPPLE, TIMOTHY 
Pre -Veterinary 
WHITE, CARRIE 
Nursing 

WHITEFORD, ANDREW 
Elem Ed/Early Childhood 
WHITEFORD, LAUREN 
Management, 5 year MBA 
WHITMAN, JORDAN 
Prc-Pharmacv 
WHITTAKER, LAUREN 
Management 



WIGGERS, LAURA 
Occup Lherapy 5yr 

WILCZANSKI, JAMES 
Spoil & Exer Sci 
WILDAUER, ROBERT 
Mgmt Into Systems 
WILHELM, BRIAN 
Software Engineering 
WILLIAMS. PARRIS 
Undecided Business 
WILLIAMSON, JACOB 
Philosophy 
WILLIS, JEFFREY 
5yr Coop Median Engr 
WILLIS, LAUREN 
Sport & Exer Sci, Pre-PT 
WILSON, ANTONY 
General Studies 
WILSON, AUSTIN 
Undecided Engineering 
WILSON, DAVID 
Marketing 
WILSON, EMILY 
Nursing 

WILSON, JACOB 
Nursing 

WILSON, SHARON 
Potential Nursing 
WILSON, STEPHANIE 
Sport & Exer Sci, Pre-PT 
WILWOHL, ERICA 
Undeclared 
WINGARD, ANDREA 
Accounting 
WLADYKA, JOHN 
Occup Therapy 5yr 
WOJTKIELEWICZ, BRIAN 
Biology 

WOLF, CONNOR 
Pre-Medical, Biology 
WOLF, MEGAN 
Undecided Health Sci 
WOLFE, ALLISON 
Physician Assist Syr 
WOLFF, COREY 
Elem Education/Early Child 
WOLOSZYN, AARON 
Management 
WONG, ROYCE 
Physician Assist 5vr 
WONG, WING 
Pre-Dental, Biology 
WOOD, RACHAEL 
Pre-Veterinary, Biology 
WOOD, ROBERT 
Business Admin 
WOYMA, LAUREN 
Nursing 

WOYTEK, DANIEL 
Pre-Pharmacy 
WOZNIAK, CRYSTAL 
Physician Assist Syr 
WROBEL, CHRISTOPHER 
International Business 
WROTNEY, ERIC 
Biology, Pre-Medical 



WYANT. SAMANTHA 
lull i national Business 
WYNTER, CHADWICK 
Communication Aits 
YADESKI, EVAN 
Chemistry 
YAGER, KEITH 
Sport & Exer Sci, Pre PT 
YAW, AMANDA 
Respiratory Care 
YEANY, CHRISTOPHER 
Criminal Justice 
YEASTED, TARA 
!\ l.u keting 
YODER, BRIAN 
Business Admin 
YOUNGS, TYLER 
Business Admin 
YUCAS, ALEXANDER 
English 

YURKO, JENNIFER 
Social Work 



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ZACK, IAN 

Biology, Pre-Medical 
ZACK! MELANIE 
Nursing 

ZASTAWA, STEPHANIE 
Marketing 

ZAWADZKI, JULIANN 
International Business 
ZDRAVECKY, ROBERT 
Environmental Sci 
ZECHMEISTER, EMILY 
Occup Therapy 5vr 
ZIEGLER, NATHAN 
History 

ZIEMIANSKI, JESSICA 
Elec. Engineering 
ZIGLER, MICHAEL 
Physician Assist 5yr 
ZIHMER, ANDREW 
Elec. Engineering 
ZIHMER! DAVID 
Elec. Engineering 
ZIMMERLY, STEPHEN 
English 

ZIMMERMAN, JESSE 
Software Engineering 
ZIMMERMAN, KADIE 
Nursing 

ZOOK, KATHARINE 
Occup Therapy 5yr 
ZORN, MATTHEW 
Sport & Exer Sci 
ZOURELIAS, JESSICA 
Biology 

ZUERN, ASHLEY 
Pre-Medical, Biolog) 




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