Gannon fellow gives presentation to U.S. State Department

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Delmas, a commune in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, has been plagued by violence and infighting among its youth. The conflict and its deleterious effects are particularly troubling for Marie Soudnie Rivette, a native Haitian who spent the past four months at Gannon University as a visiting international fellow. International fellows such as Rivette (shown here) are charged with developing […]

10 Ways to Give Back While at GU

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As part of our Catholic identity and Gannon’s mission, all students are encouraged to spend some time each semester volunteering. There are even some classes that require a certain number of volunteer hours for a grade. Here are 10 easy ways to help others in your spare time.

Helping Haiti: Gannon’s Cara Black on Call as Translator for Orphans

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When news of Tuesday’s 7.0-magnitude earthquake in Port-au-Prince reached Gannon University senior occupational therapy major Cara Black, she said she was deeply distressed – but willing to do whatever she could to help. Black will be featured at 7 p.m. tonight on Channel 35 WSEE in Erie’s Haitian earthquake relief telethon – along with fellow […]