So in keeping with the name of this cleverly titled blog which will hopefully actually be recurring enough during my last few weeks at Gannon to warrant the snappy title, I’m going to cut the chase. No filler, as it were. As a senior in my final semester, I’ve had to think a lot about […]
Meet the Parents: Mr. and Mrs. Miller Pick the Oscars
Hey! It’s Edge’s friendly neighborhood Co-Editor in Chief, Adam! The Oscars are almost upon us. The ceremony is coming up this Sunday night, so to prepare for the biggest awards show of the year, I thought it’d be fun to get some picks from the experts – well, sort of. I asked my mom and dad […]
Quiz! Which White Snake Character Are You?
“The White Snake” opens at GU’s Schuster Theatre next week. Prep for the show and find out: Which White Snake Character Are You? BONUS: learn more about the show — and about the Gannon University Schuster Theatre — by visiting them online and on Facebook!
An Introduction to the MAT Program at Ruskin
As you may have heard by now, Gannon has introduced a new Master of Athletic Training (MAT) program which is available to students at both the main (Erie) and Ruskin campuses. The program is designed to prepare students for professional careers in the growing field of Athletic Training. To better introduce students to the Master of […]
Now Playing: Edge Staff Community Playlist
These are the songs that the Edge staff can’t get enough of this week. Every staffer submitted two songs that they’ve been jamming lately. We will be updating this playlist with our new favorite songs weekly, so you can follow the playlist on Spotify and keep up on all the tracks we’re loving right now. […]
Hey, guys! It’s me, Adam, Edge’s resident playlist master. We all know what this is about. We’re all aware of what time of year it is. You can feel it in the air. We are in the midst of a fog of pumpkin spice. Costumes are being prepared and pumpkins carved. Halloween approaches, and because […]
Stage Fright 2016
“Tight spaces, awkwardness, and a sense of the world collapsing and closing in around you.” This is how Gannon University professor Jax Vadney describes this year’s edition of Stage Fright, the (mostly) annual haunted house at Schuster Theater. This year’s theme is “claustrophobia,” and the event takes place on October 20th through the 22nd, and […]
#edgeREWIND: 5 things you didn’t know about English majors
We all have an idea preconceived about English majors and how they spend their time, but how correct could those assumptions be? Here’s a few things that might just change your mind. English majors aren’t just writers. There’s this notion that possessing a degree in English means teaching or writing as a career. While those […]