Each spring, Gannon University’s Greek community bands together to participate in a weeklong celebration called Greek Week. The sororities and fraternities work together to determine which team is supreme by participating in a series of activities. This year, Gannon University’s Panhellenic and Inter-fraternity Council’s Greek Week theme was “America.” Greek Week spanned from April 6 […]
During the last couple weeks, you may have come across posters strewn across campus advertising different sorority and fraternity events. These ornate and colorful posters hoped to lure in potential members of Greek life for fall recruitment. Fall recruitment, held during the first academic semester of the year, differs from spring recruitment in that it […]
When I first joined a sorority, I knew there would be certain requirements – service hours to fulfill, meetings to attend, recruitment events to host. I never thought one of these requirements would be dancing in a Mrs. Potato Head costume to Spice Girls and other songs from my childhood. No, I haven’t finally cracked […]
Signing the lease for my first apartment is one of those pivotal adult moments I’ve had on my checklist for years. It’s right up there between meeting Lance Bass and doing a back flip as one of the things that will make me a fully quantifiable adult. But once the paperwork was finished and I […]
Is there a better way to start Spring Break than with a dance break? We didn’t think so. (Shout-outs to Student Government Association, Delta Sigma Phi and the accepted students who attended Knight with Scholars at The Knight Club!) [youtube_sc url=”http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XhCpgMCZ9Os&feature=youtu.be”]
More than a thousand students participated in the 15th annual GIVE Day on Sept. 15. Here are 5 things the Edge editorial board saw on GIVE Day.
It’s all Greek to me
Here’s what the editors are thinking at the end of their first week back from spring break: Tyler Babcock, editor-in-chief: My iPhone 4S is sitting at FedEx. I’m stuck in the office. Sad panda.
With spring break coming up in about a week, many students have begun making plans for a relaxing week away from classes and homework. The brothers of the Delta Sigma Phi fraternity shared their plans with us. Shawn Hogue, sophomore biology/pre-med major “I am planning on spending my spring break with my family. I always […]
When people think of Greek life, many different scenarios come to mind. But what some people don’t realize is that one of the main parts of being Greek is doing community service and giving back through various service projects. Gannon University students are heavily involved in community service projects, and this applies to students who […]