DANCE with DNCE – On Campus This Saturday

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Fresh off of their win of the MTV Video Music Award for “Best New Artist”, multi-platinum selling band DNCE with special guest CVBZ are coming to campus April 14. (Thanks Activities Programming Board!) All About the Band DNCE was formed in the summer of 2015. Their debut double-platinum single, “Cake By the Ocean” launched them […]

Take Back the Night

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Gannon University is asking the community to join its students, faculty and staff in a march to raise awareness of and bring an end to rape and sexual violence. The annual Take Back the Night March and Community Rally will be held Thursday, April 12. Those interested in participating should assemble at Perry Square in […]

Engagement Spotlight: APB

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Hey guys! This semester, I had the opportunity to connect with Dante Stefanelli, a junior accounting major! Dante is the current president of the Activities Planning Board (APB). What is APB? APB is that cool organization that is responsible for the plethora of fun programs that you see on campus. They are the organizers, planners […]

Gannon goes to Cedar Point!

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APB, Gannon’s Activities Programming Board, sponsored a day trip to Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio. Two of our staff members went and grabbed some amazing video of their experiences while having a great time! If you’re interested in learning more about some of the activities that Gannon has to offer, visit engageu.gannon.edu!

RUNDOWN: Games, lights and holiday films

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Monday, Dec. 1: As if you needed a reminder that the holidays are coming, ABC Family’s “25 Days of Christmas” starts today! Turn on your TV to catch your favorite holiday specials! Tuesday, Dec. 2: The season wouldn’t be complete without giving back to the community. Participate in Giving Tuesday and help the world a […]

Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week inspires giving

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

RUNDOWN: Decorate a mug and dance through the ‘knight’

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Monday, Oct. 20: If you’re feeling overwhelmed by the clutter on your computer’s desktop – yes, I’m referencing those photos from 2009 – it’s time to get organized. Today is Clean Your Virtual Desktop Day! Tuesday, Oct. 21: The “sophomore slump” is real. Find out ways to combat it by attending an informational meeting held […]

5 ways to beat boredom

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People always tell you about the craziness that is your first month of college. What they don’t mention is the possibility of being bored out of your mind. Sure, the weekends are fun, but what about Monday through Friday? You might find yourself lying in bed wishing you had something to do before or after […]

Winter is ending, Springtopia is just around the corner

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From January through April are undoubtedly the worst months in Erie. The holiday seasons have come to a close and mentally we’re all over the snowy weather. Yet, here we are coming upon the commencement of March and still being plagued by cold, sleety, miserable weather. Personally, I’m sick of bundling up for another polar […]

APB’s annual concert revealed: Timeflies

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If you’ve been bustling about campus since the beginning of the semester, you may have come across a bizarre sign. These cryptic signs feature a picture of a clock and a vague message reading, “They’re Coming.” While the poster seems somewhat threatening, it’s actually an advertisement for Gannon University’s upcoming spring concert. With concerts occurring […]