Ultimate Faves: Final Four face off!

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On to the Final Four! After another week of voting, we can announce the remaining faves that will square off in the semifinals. Favorite Place to Eat: Molly Brannigan’s Favorite Study Spot: Starbucks Favorite Local Attraction: Waldameer Favorite Hangout: Plymouth Tavern  Now’s your chance — pick which two faves should advance to the championship round. […]

Ultimate Faves: Elite Eight faves square off

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Here at GU, March Madness isn’t limited to the women’s basketball team. Edge’s Ultimate Fave tournament is down to just eight spots. Cast your votes now to determine which faves advance to the Final Four. Voting ends Monday, March 25. Favorite Place to Eat: [VOTING HAS CLOSED] Eliminated in the last round: Knight’s Cove, Sidewalk […]

Ultimate Fave 2013: Sweet Sixteen faves go head to head

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The field has been narrowed to sixteen spots vying for the title of Gannon’s Ultimate Fave 2013. Vote for your favorite places and determine who advances to the Elite Eight, which will be posted next Monday. Favorite Places to Eat [VOTING HAS CLOSED] Eliminated in the last round: Beyer Cafeteria, Courtyard Cafe [VOTING HAS CLOSED] Eliminated in […]

Ultimate Fave 2013: Let the voting begin!

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It’s time to cast your votes in Edge’s annual Ultimate Fave tournament. We start with 32 places nominated by you, our readers, online and on-campus. Round 1 will continue through the end of GU’s Spring Break on Friday, March 8, and Round 2 voting will start on Monday, March 11. View the complete bracket here […]

Little Free Libraries shape up

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Forget the bulldozers, cranes and steamrollers. Gannon University students are in the process of constructing libraries on a much smaller scale, while staying true to the mission of encouraging reading. Nash Library reference librarian Deborah West has brought a national movement called Little Free Libraries to Gannon’s campus in pursuit of her passion for providing […]

Just keep studying, just keep studying…

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It’s finals week at Gannon, and underclassmen and grad students alike are hitting the books in the places where they focus best. So we were wondering: What is your favorite study spot on campus and why?   Jesstin Hamm, sophomore communication arts major: The power room. It has more computers than the library. It’s quiet […]

Check it out! Work studies at Nash Library

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Need a book for research? How about a new movie to watch? Nash Library is your go-to place for all academic and entertainment needs on campus. There are plenty of people to help you find whatever you might need. I interviewed work-study student Hyojin Choi, and I asked her some questions about her daily life […]

Baseball and Bob Dylan with Eric Brownlee

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Dr. Eric Brownlee, assistant professor of management in the Dahlkemper School of Business, loves sports. His classes cover sport law, principles of sport management and team sport organization. What else is he interested in? Let’s find out. Hometown: Pittsburgh, Pa. High school: Mt. Lebanon Favorite color: Green Favorite movie(s): “Moneyball” Favorite TV show(s): “Seinfeld,” “The […]

Photo of the Week: Rain clouds lead to rainbows

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This photo was taken on the steps of the Schuster Theatre by Edge’s own Matt Kridel (@drwhoster), showing a rainbow arcing over the Nash Library at Gannon. 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 tag us (@GannonU) or […]

5 things to know about theatre and communication arts

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Theatre and communication arts (T-Comm) is a major at Gannon with an incredible amount of variety. T-Comm students share a love of drama and the drive to work in the media or public relations. Here are five interesting tidbits about T-Comm at Gannon: 1. Students take a number of hands-on production classes, such as Digital […]