Holiday entertainment hits Erie

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Christmas time means Christmas cheer, and if you’re looking for some holiday-themed entertainment around Erie, you’re in luck. Like theatre? The Erie Playhouse and Warner Theatre have you covered with some Christmas classics. The Erie Playhouse will present “Elf” through Jan. 4. Check out dates and times here. The Playhouse will also hold its New Year’s […]

Bee mine (or Love and Martyrdom)

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Tomorrow, we’ll be celebrating the holiday of St. Valentine’s Day. Typically, Feb. 14 is filled with candied hearts, romantic candlelit dinners and lots of overly affectionate couples parading down the street. Frankly, I’m sick of it. So let’s fight the power, throw caution to the wind and celebrate St. V’s day with a bit of […]

A Visit from Victor E. Knight

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‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all thro’ the ‘partment Not a pencil was stirring, not even a parchment; Laptops were logged on to Angel with care, In hopes that our grades soon would be there; My roommates were nestled all snug in their beds, While visions of A-plusses danc’d in their heads, With books […]

5 things about the mall at Christmas

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During “the most wonderful time of the year” the last thing most people want to do is trudge through crowded stores, battling with grandmas in babushkas. However, walking through the Millcreek Mall around Christmas can actually make the holidays a little brighter. How? 1. Santa is maybe the best thing about any major shopping complex […]

12 Days of Christmas at Gannon University

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Since we’re looking past finals week toward Christmas, and in honor of 12/12/12, take a break from studying and enjoy Edge’s own “12 Days of Christmas,” featuring an array of GU students, faculty and staff (and of course, Victor E. Knight!). Who knew the Edge staff could sing?! Well, sorta… Produced by Keefer Kopco, multimedia […]

7 ways Erie preps for the holidays

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Although this “great lake” town is known for its summers, its winter months are not given enough hype. Just as any community-based city would, Erie gets ready for the holiday season two months early. These seven basic attributions color the city during the holidays: 1. Lights. Beyond the decorations lining the streets of downtown Erie, […]

Photo of the Week: Thinking about Christmas

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All of Gannon is getting decorated for the holidays and the various departments are no exception. The psychology lounge is decked out in snowflakes, presents and its very own Christmas tree! Want to see your photo here? You can submit them by posting them on Gannon’s Facebook page. You can also use Twitter or Instagram to […]

Photo of the Week: Cocoa in the cold

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The holidays are coming and the temperature is falling. After walking from class to class in the cold, there’s no better way to warm up than with a cup of hot chocolate. This photo comes from Instagram user @irachelloves. Want to see your photo here? You can submit them by posting them on Gannon’s Facebook page. […]

7 Ways Gannon Shares the Spirit of Christmas

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With the hustle and bustle of the end of the semester and the stress of finals week, sometimes that Christmas spirit takes a back seat in our minds. No worries though. Gannon provides many ways to bring the spirit of Christmas back to the forefront. Check out some of those ways right here. 1. Christmas Angels. […]

Big City Helps Change Big Plans

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This truly has been one of my favorite semesters at Gannon thus far. It really flew by and I have learned so much. I have learned a tremendous amount of information not only in my classes but about myself. I feel I have grown as a student and as a person this semester, getting ready […]