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 […]

Gannon Actors Heading to Scotland

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This August, members of the theatre department at Gannon University are going to Scotland. A group of about 15 students (including me!), graduates and professors are trekking across the pond to participate in the 2011 Fringe Festival in Edinburgh. Every year, thousands of performers and artists flock to this international hot spot to share their […]

VIDEO: Must-Have Apple Fritters!

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In this episode of “A Knight in the Kitchen,” Jess Charlton and Lisa Lamperski are cooking up a warm treat for a cold day: apple fritters. Watch this video to get the recipe. Warning: this video may cause serious cravings. Get other great recipes from “A Knight in the Kitchen!”

Students Hit the Slopes for Fun – and for Credit

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It’s 6 p.m. on a Wednesday evening – what are you doing? While many of us are eating dinner or starting that philosophy homework, 53 lucky Gannon University students are arriving at Holiday Valley, a ski resort in New York for their weekly skiing class. The six-hour class, taught by Abbey Bower, Ph.D., of the […]

The Right Choice: Left on the Dial

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“Erie’s Rock Alternative” is a phrase synonymous with Gannon University thanks to 90.5 WERG, Gannon’s on-campus student-run radio station. WERG offers an alternative rock format to the Erie area, something that no other station in the region does. Moreover, it has been giving Gannon students a competitive edge when entering the media workforce since 1972. […]