[VIDEO] GU-REVU: Hometown Heroes and Hometown Rivalries

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This week’s GU-REVU takes a look at the longstanding rivalry between the Gannon Knights and Mercyhurst Lakers. Don Sherman, Associate Director of Athletics at Gannon, talks about what goes on behind the scenes when these two teams meet for exciting matchups at the Hammermill Center. Meanwhile, Alex DelPiumbo gets the scoop from Erie native and […]

Introducing GU-REVU, Gannon's sports video magazine

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This semester, we’re bringing you GU-REVU, a weekly sports video magazine produced by students in the Department of Theatre, Communication and Fine Arts. Take an inside look at Gannon athletics right here on Edge. This week, the GU-REVU crew takes a look at student athletes past and present, featuring alum Joe Gaeta and freshman Candice […]

Winning Emmys and Practicing Law: More Ways to Use Your Gannon Degree

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Daniel A. Daube ’84 Communication Arts My career all started at a 3,000-watt radio station in Erie (Gannon’s WERG-FM)—an experience that paved the way from unpaid internships and low-paid production jobs to high-end video editing and compositing. Gannon taught me that learning on your own, asking questions and taking a few risks creates opportunities to […]

Living the “Suite” Life in North Hall

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Some of Gannon’s new freshmen have been given the opportunity to live in the new suites in North Hall. See what a few of them have to say about it. Becah Ford, biology/ pre-med: I have found North Hall to be a great place for my home away from home. My roommates and some of […]

College Search 101: Editors Offer Advice

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May is upon us, and it’s the end of our school year here at Gannon. We decided to do things a little differently for our final College Search 101. We thought the bulleted list was nice, but that it would be even better to get some first-hand opinions from our editorial board about the most […]

Luck o’ the Irish? Students Talk Superstitions

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day! In honor of today’s holiday and the “luck o’ the Irish,” we decided to ask a few Gannon students what they do for luck and if they believe in superstitions. Cristen Manion, freshman theatre & communication arts major: “I do believe in superstitions – most of them are theatre related. I was […]

Eternal Sunshine: What Did You Learn?

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The year is coming to a rapid close, and it’s nearly time to start reflecting on what we’ve learned. This can be a significant question. What did I learn in my classes? I’ll find out when I take my finals. What did I learn from the shows I’ve performed at the Schuster Theatre? More than […]

The Joe Show: How “Mad Men” and College Classes Intersect

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Recently, one of my friends and I have been watching Mad Men. It’s a show about the advertising business in the early 1960s in New York City. It’s phenomenal. We’ve been renting the DVDs at Gannon’s library; you can take out movies for free! I’m a communication arts major, so I learn about the advertising […]

Day with the Dean (Humanities, Education and Social Sciences)

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Gannon is hosting a Day with the Dean of the College of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences on Friday, April 9th. It’s a chance for you and your parents to visit Gannon and get a first-hand look at everything these programs have to offer. Registration will begin at 9:30 am with the welcome beginning promptly […]