Gannon announces plans for Golden Knight statue

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Gannon University and its intercollegiate athletic teams will usher in a new tradition with the addition of a Golden Knight statue at Gannon University Field. The Golden Knight statue will be six and a half feet tall, weigh more than 1,500 pounds and include a sword and a shield emblazoned with “GU.” It will reside inside the front […]

GU students set new goals for new year

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It’s a new year and a fresh start for students at GU. Many students have some ideas as to what they would like to accomplish in the second semester. Take a look at what students have their minds set on for the spring. King Fatumbi, freshman mechanical engineering major: One of my goals is to […]

Big Sound on Campus: Jason Derulo to Headline Spring Concert

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Ask anyone who’s ever been to a concert – there is truly nothing in the world like live music. Dim lights, pumping sound and tons of friends around is a winning combination. At Gannon and in Erie, there is no shortage of live music; we have the Erie Philharmonic, the Warner Theatre, Gannon’s own band […]

Learn to Teach: Preparing for a Journey to “Oz”

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Welcome back to my blog! As some of you know, in addition to teaching, I’m also involved with Gannon’s theater productions. For every production at our Schuster Theatre, there is a day devoted to that particular show: we call this “Tech Day.” Tech Day is usually from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on a Saturday […]

10 Ways to Kill an Hour on Campus

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Chances are, you will have some spare time between classes or meetings. Instead of sitting idly around during those breaks, Gannon has several unique ways to kill an hour – which we’ve listed for you in no particular order 🙂

Local Gallery Offers Eclectic Art Near Campus

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Glass Growers Gallery is just a short stroll from the Gannon campus (Photo courtesy of www.glassgrowersgallery.com). Although one’s eye may be first drawn toward Erie’s Starbucks, McDonald’s and other typical landmarks of a small city – a second glance down the side streets and Perry Square reveal a more eclectic vibe. One of these eclectic […]

The Joe Show: Watching Movies in Class

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You may know I’m a communications major. That means I learn all about the mass media (TV, newspapers, advertisements, etc). Currently, I’m in a class that also has a lot of history and political science majors. The class is titled “History through Film.”

10 Ways We Bet You Didn’t Know You Could Get a Gannon Scholarship

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It’s no secret that college can be a financial burden on students and their families, but many schools – Gannon included – hit the mark on sending much-needed aid to students. If you’ve already applied for scholarships outside of Gannon, don’t think you’ve exhausted all routes for finding extra cash for college. The college itself […]

The Joe Show: I Recommend…

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I recommend taking fine and digital arts classes in college. They’re usually fun and a good break from class after class of a specific major. Most of all, they offer life skills for any career as well as for for other classes. I’m a fine arts minor, so I have taken animation, music, digital drawing, […]

Edgar Allan Poe is Alive and Well at the Schuster Theatre

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Talent, literature, and appeal were the driving factors behind The Rev. Shawn Clerkin’s  choosing of “Nevermore” as the most recent musical production on the Schuster Theater stage. Nevermore is a musical based on the last few hours Edgar Allan Poe spent alive. It incorporates many of his works into the show as well as the […]