Gannon alumna makes a difference with inner city kids

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Every so often at Edge, we like to catch up with alumni of the university and not only talk about what they’re doing now, but how Gannon helped prepare them for that specific career. This week, I spoke with Kathleen Cahill, a theatre communications major who graduated in 2011, about her decisions as a student […]

Prep U for GU: Start the Semester at Preview GU

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For some people, nothing is scarier than the unfamiliar. We get comfortable in our high school surroundings, and moving on into college can be difficult. That’s why Gannon hosts a three-day event at the beginning of each school year called Preview GU. It’s basically a crash course on everything Gannon. And when I say everything, […]

1,000 Words: Jumping into the Next Chapter

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Although graduation has been a recurring theme lately here at Edge – I’m going to take one last moment to touch on it. It seems like yesterday I stumbled onto this campus, wide-eyed and terrified that I didn’t know a single person in the entire school. That quickly changed and I soon had more friends […]

GUEST BLOG: Edge Advisor Salutes Grads, Welcomes New Editors

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It’s a bittersweet weekend at Gannon as we say goodbye and good luck to the Class of 2011. Goodbyes are hard, but it’s exciting to see our newest graduates moving eagerly to the next phase of their lives. Gannon graduates do big things, and I’m sure this class will be no exception. As the advisor […]

Senior Preps for Future, Outlook is ‘Merry and Bright’

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Quick fact about me: I love making lists. What’s on my current to-do list? – Graduation cap and gown – Graduation announcements – Senior Thesis Research paper – Find a job How fulfilling it is to cross items off a list. The scary part of this is that the items on my list are all final […]

1,000 Words: Schuster Theatre Goes Celtic with ‘Camelot’

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Join the knights of the roundtable in Gannon University Schuster Theatre’s production of “Camelot.” The show runs April 14-16 and April 28-30 at 8 p.m. and April 17 and May 1 at 2 p.m. Reservations can be made by calling the box office at (814) 871-7494, and are free with student ID. Photos by Carly […]

Eternal Sunshine Approaches Dusk

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If you’re reading this – my last blog entry – I want to thank you. You, the prospective college student making your way through the maze of postcards, packets and emails sent to you by colleges across all 50 states, have chosen to visit us here at Edge. By visiting us, you’ve confirmed the belief […]

Student Loans: Scary, But Worth Every Penny

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“Congratulations! Our records indicate that you will graduate in May or August of this year.” You can imagine how excited I was to read those words in a letter I received from Gannon two weeks ago.  Who wouldn’t be ecstatic to know that you’re on the right track and your life plans are falling into […]

Delta Sigma Phi Brothers Make Spring Break Plans

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With spring break coming up in about a week, many students have begun making plans for a relaxing week away from classes and homework. The brothers of the Delta Sigma Phi fraternity shared their plans with us. Shawn Hogue, sophomore biology/pre-med major “I am planning on spending my spring break with my family. I always […]