On the quiet little corner of Fourth and Sassafras streets is Gannon’s latest enterprise: The Knight Club. Contrary to what out-of-towners may think, the Knight Club does not have bouncers or obnoxious techno music resonating from the inside out. It’s actually a new on-campus hangout located in the space previously occupied by One Green World […]
This article by Kelly Moreland originally published in The Gannon Knight on Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2012. Gannon University students have been waiting for years to acquire a location where they can simply hang out. This week, that location will finally be open, at the corner of West Fourth and Sassafras streets – the former home of the One Green […]
This article originally published in The Gannon Knight on Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2012. Finding a place on campus to relax, play games, meet friends, grab a bite and unwind for the day has just become a lot easier for Gannon students. Gannon is utilizing the building on the corner of Fourth and Sassafras streets, previously known as […]
Gannon has selected its favorite places to eat, study, visit and hang out. Now, those faves are going head-to-head as we approach next week’s championship match-up. Click in and cast your votes for the faves that you want to advance to the championship.
The field narrows to the Elite Eight in Edge’s search for Gannon’s Ultimate Fave 2012. See which places are still standing and which faves were eliminated in round two — and cast your vote to determine which four faves advance to the finals.
Erie is a relatively small city, but a city all the same. And like all cities, Erie has its artsy spots – some a little off the radar or known to a select few. Here are seven ways to enjoy the local art fare: 1. Erie Art Museum. The area’s ultimate aesthetic experience, Erie Art […]
The battle is on for the title of Gannon”s Ultimate Fave 2012. The first round of voting is underway and continues through Monday, March 12. We’ve paired up the 32 places with the most nominations submitted by Edge readers. The winner from each match-up will advance to the next round until only one place remains. […]
Has spaghetti sauce ever changed your life? I’m not talking about going to your local fine Italian dining spot and having your cuisine motivate you enough to change your life. I’m not talking about immaculate pasta changing your destiny. Over Christmas break, a friend of mine sent me a link to a site called TED. […]
Welcome to a new semester! January is here and classes resume on Monday, January 9th. – On Wednesday, January 11th, be sure to check out the Gannon Knights and Lady Knights basketball teams as they take on the Edinboro University Fighting Scots. The ladies play at 5:30 p.m. in the Hammermill Center followed by a […]
Gannon students have a new on-campus destination for food and coffee on the go, and a new environmentally friendly hangout. Staffed by domestic and international students, One Green World Cafe opened this semester in the building formerly occupied by Antler’s Pub. Need to unwind? Get more posts on hanging out at Gannon.