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 […]
Look into the Past takes old photos from Gannon’s archives and revisits their present-day locations. Feel free to visit the original post for more information. The steps of the Schuster Theatre are a common hang out for members of the theatre or communication arts program. This photograph commemorates when the Schuster became a part of Gannon in […]
One of the classes I took last semester was Digital Graphics. The class was taught by MC Gensheimer and was basically an introduction to Photoshop. The class may have ended, but I haven’t quit practicing. I’ve become rather fond of photo manipulation and graphics work. Though I’m still far from the 10,000 hours it takes […]
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The atrium of Palumbo Academic Center offers students a sense of direction in the form of a tile compass. The maroon and gold compass was installed in January 1998 after faulty tile adhesive necessitated a new floor. Those responsible for the aesthetic quality of Palumbo seized the opportunity to create a more attractive lobby.
This semester, we’re bringing you GU-REVU, a weekly sports video magazine produced by students in the Department of Theatre, Communication and Fine Arts. Take an inside look at Gannon athletics right here on Edge. This week, the GU-REVU crew takes a look at student athletes past and present, featuring alum Joe Gaeta and freshman Candice […]
When we experience art in a gallery – like the Schuster Art Gallery at Gannon – we feel human. We feel alive. When we are surrounded by art on a daily basis, our minds are opened and expanded. And now to add to that in our daily lives here, Gannon recently acquired a painting by […]