Forgotten Fish and Frogs

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  Waves crash into the blockades of the bayfront. Seagulls yap in unison as they walk in sync, preparing to lift themselves from the pavement near Smugglers’ Wharf. A pinkish hue blankets the horizon, as customers from bars can be heard chattering while they gaze at the dropping sun. It’s Summertime in Erie, Pennsylvania, and […]

Engineering a Better World: an Alumni Spotlight

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Meet Jared Lossie. A Lake City, PA graduate of Girard High School, Jared earned his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Gannon in 2012. What first drew you to Gannon? In addition to having an excellent mechanical engineering program, three key things helped me decide on Gannon: it was close to home, had a theatre program, […]

Student Spotlight Series

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Students persevere, overcome and lead. On the brink of breaking down, students consistently overcome and empower themselves. They lead and prosper. From the lowest of the lows, students rise to the highest of the heights. Normal students, the very students that ponder if their 8 a.m. theology course is worth it and those students that […]

Get #GUnited with the Rec & Wellness Center

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Get #GUnited this year by signing up, logging on and embracing social wellness with Gannon University’s Recreation and Wellness Center and Good for U – Gannon University’s wellness initiative – through newly launched RWC social media platforms. At Gannon, wellness is more than physical health. It is multi-dimensional and includes social connectedness, emotional well-being, intellectual […]

#GUHomecoming 2016

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#GUHomecoming weekend 2016 is here! Student activities kick off with a HUGE pep rally tonight at 8pm in the Hammermill! Saturday starting at 9am, the parade begins on 6th Street in front of the courthouse. Each group will perform a dance as well as have their custom-made banners judged! Each group will be dancing to a specific […]

Edge Spotlight on: Criminal Justice

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All college majors come with assumptions. What I mean by that is, when I started three years ago as a first-year psychology student, I had dreams of psycho-analysis classes and experiments with other students on campus. Granted, those things do exist, but not without a handful of entry-level courses to prepare you for the “good […]

A Sport & Exercise Master

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Hi, my name is Brennan Clouner.  I am from Cranberry Township which is a suburb fairly close to the city of Pittsburgh.  Here at Gannon, my undergraduate studies degree was Sport and Exercise Science, and now I am still here at Gannon pursuing my Master of Sport and Exercise Science (MSES) degree. I chose to […]
Borrowed some Tony Awards from my internship at New York Theatre Workshop

From GU to NYC; Still Gannon Family

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What’s your full name, hometown, undergrad major and graduate studies program? Hi – I’m Sarah Sgro and I’m from Pittsburgh, PA. At GU, I earned my undergraduate degrees in French/ International Business before going on to graduate school earning my degree in Performing Arts Administration at NYU Steinhardt. What first drew you to Gannon? Gannon was actually the […]