If you don’t see him pacing around the Zurn Science Building in between labs, then you can surely find him at the Student Government Association office at the Waldron Campus Center catching up on paperwork. These two buildings are what SGA President Luke King calls home. As SGA president, King’s average day is split between […]
Gannon University recently approved the addition of the School of Communication and the Arts to its College of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences (CHESS). The approval comes after a multi-step process, which resulted in the creation of the school, the designation of a new building to house its components and the movement and revamping of […]
This article originally published in The Gannon Knight on Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2012. Finding a place on campus to relax, play games, meet friends, grab a bite and unwind for the day has just become a lot easier for Gannon students. Gannon is utilizing the building on the corner of Fourth and Sassafras streets, previously known as […]
Our statisticians have been crunching the numbers, and the results are in. Here are Edge’s ten most popular posts of 2011.
Being an international student myself, I know how important it is to identify with places that feel like home and to try new things. Therefore, we present you with 10 ways to explore many cultures and satisfy your soul, spirit and stomach while you’re at Gannon. 10. Visit Happy Garden Chinese restaurant. Erie may not […]