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A Wholesome Saint Patrick’s Day Guide

Saint Patrick’s day is a notorious holiday on college campuses throughout the nation. It is that one day you get a bunch of people without any Irish heritage together dressed in all green and celebrate. Don’t get me wrong, there is nothing wrong with being Irish on Saint Patrick’s Day (even if you don’t have […]

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Quiz! Which White Snake Character Are You?

“The White Snake” opens at GU’s Schuster Theatre next week. Prep for the show and find out: Which White Snake Character Are You? BONUS: learn more about the show — and about the Gannon University Schuster Theatre — by visiting them online and on Facebook!

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My Experience as an International Student at Gannon University

Contributed by Gannon University Global Student (and student ambassador) Lameck Kapupa My name is Lameck Kapupa and I am from a city in Zambia known as Livingstone city. I graduated in December 2015 from the University of Zambia, obtaining an undergraduate degree in Social Work. I came to know about Gannon University through William Edmondson in […]

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Study Abroad: Living the Dream…And Finding the Dream Job!

How to spin your international experiences into career opportunities…. At Gannon University, we offer long and short term study abroad opportunities. For a semester or summer abroad, Gannon has partner universities in nine countries with affiliates worldwide. If you can’t fit a whole semester into your schedule, then GIFT (faculty-led travel) Courses are another way […]

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Gannon Magazine: $1.2 Million Grant to Serve Erie High School Students

Colleges and universities know that there are talented students everywhere, but finding them and steering them toward a rewarding academic career has often been a challenge. That search just got a little easier at Gannon University thanks to a $1.2 million, five-year grant from the U.S. Department of Education. The grant will support Gannon University’s […]

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Gannon Magazine: Celebrating the Success of Vision 2020

The culmination of the Vision 2020 Campaign marked a milestone in Gannon history, becoming its largest fundraising campaign. There is much to celebrate following the culmination of Vision 2020, Gannon’s highly successful comprehensive campaign. The effort raised $67.5 million in charitable giving, government grants and sponsored research. The seven-year campaign was highlighted by the more […]

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#GUHomecoming 2016

#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 […]

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Edge Spotlight on: Criminal Justice

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 […]

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#edgeREWIND: what to do in Erie this summer

If you’re in Erie this summer and are looking for things to do, fret no more! Here is a list of 13 things in Erie that will keep you from boredom and show you parts of Erie you may not have thought to explore before! Warner Theatre From Broadway shows to comedians, the Warner Theatre hosts […]

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Great Colleges To Work For

Gannon University named one of the 
best colleges in the nation to work for

Gannon University President Keith Taylor, Ph.D. talks about Gannon’s recent distinction as a ‘2015 Great College to Work For.’ The results were released in the Chronicle’s 2015 annual report on The Academic Workplace, which recognizes colleges and universities for specific best practices and policies. Read more about the distinction here:

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