Revisiting the AJ’s way cat

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During the fall 2014 semester, it was the sensation that rocked campus. Students were frantic on Twitter, often posting updates about their most recent encounters. Was a celebrity seen walking down the streets of Erie? Or maybe there was a Bigfoot sighting at Presque Isle? No; rather, everybody at Gannon University was losing their minds […]

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 […]

SGA Report: Student Voices sparks discussion and action

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What happens when an unstoppable force hits an unmovable object? You get last week’s SGA meeting, where the students won out in a strikingly melodramatic fashion. OK, perhaps “melodramatic” isn’t the right word. Here’s a better one: unlikely. The largest (and most important) feature of the meeting was the “Student Voices” section. In my opinion, […]

A Visit from Victor E. Knight

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‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all thro’ the ‘partment Not a pencil was stirring, not even a parchment; Laptops were logged on to Angel with care, In hopes that our grades soon would be there; My roommates were nestled all snug in their beds, While visions of A-plusses danc’d in their heads, With books […]

12 Days of Christmas at Gannon University

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Since we’re looking past finals week toward Christmas, and in honor of 12/12/12, take a break from studying and enjoy Edge’s own “12 Days of Christmas,” featuring an array of GU students, faculty and staff (and of course, Victor E. Knight!). Who knew the Edge staff could sing?! Well, sorta… Produced by Keefer Kopco, multimedia […]

Gannon ceremony honors veterans

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On Thursday, November 8th, Gannon University gave a salute to Veterans Day. Dr. Keith Taylor gave the welcoming speech and opening remarks. The guest speaker was Dr. Jay D. Badams, the Superintendent of the Erie School District. The ceremony took place on AJ’s Way where the names of Gannon military members who gave their lives […]

R is for “Resurrection”

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Along AJ’s Way you’ll find a series of sculptures by Frederick Franck called “Resurrection.” Franck – a painter, sculptor and author of over 30 books on Buddhism and spirituality – was native of the Netherlands and a dental surgeon by trade. His work is featured in the Museum He describes “Resurrection” as follows: “This Sign […]

Gannon A to Z: B is for bricks

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The brick paths on Gannon’s campus may not lead you to Oz, but they will take you to some of the university’s most popular spots. AJ’s Way – the well-traveled brick walkway leading from 7th to 8th Street – makes for a charming stroll to the Palumbo Academic Center. You’ll also find bricks underfoot in […]