Residence Life offers roommate advice

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Living with a roommate can be a rewarding and enlightening experience. But when music blares past midnight and dishes pile up in the sink, the claws come out. Like all aspects of college, it is not without its challenges and solutions. Conor Grey, a senior pre-med major, is familiar with the more common problems that […]

Preview GU Schedule: Monday, August 26

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Monday, August 26 8 a.m. – 10 a.m. | Breakfast | Beyer Hall Cafeteria/Club LaRiccia 9:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. | New Student Orientation Make Up | Waldron Campus Center, Room 219 As a new college student you will experience many changes in your life and this orientation will help answer your initial questions and concerns. […]

Preview GU Schedule: Sunday, August 25

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Sunday, August 25 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.|Brunch | Beyer Hall Cafeteria/Club LaRiccia 12 p.m. – 5 p.m. | engage U Introduction Meetings | Zurn 130 or Palumbo 2023 Engage U is your platform to centralize, organize and increase your student involvement opportunities at Gannon University based on your personal interests. Learn how to browse […]

[NEW BLOG] The Word: Move-in day brings smaller electronics, same emotions

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Introducing Edge’s newest blog, “The Word,” by April Shernisky, Class of 2015. April is a journalism communications major from Hermitage, Pa. Her blog is inspired by her favorite “Colbert Report” segment of the same name. Today’s word: déjà vu I was eleven years old the first time I stepped foot on Gannon’s campus. We were […]

Freshman Finding Her Voice at GU

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Introducing Edge’s newest blog, “Fresh Ideas,” by Brianna Woods, Class of 2015. Brianna is a theatre and communication arts major from Indiana, Pa. Since you’re reading my blog entitled “Fresh Ideas,” you’ve probably come to Edge to gain perspective on what it is like to be a college freshman here at Gannon. Whether you’re a […]

Freshmen Dive In to First-Year Experience

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First-year students at Gannon may be wondering what can help them ease into college classes, work and life in general.  Gannon’s newest edition to the freshman program – called the “First-Year Experience,” is here to help. But the First-Year Experience encompasses more than a single class or activity. Gerry Miele, director of new student services, […]