#FridayPhoto – June 5, 2015

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This week’s featured photo comes to us from Claire Gongaware in St. Augustine, Florida.  Claire, senior sport and exercise science major, was able to visit the oldest wooden school house in the U.S.A. The school house was built in the early 18th century and was completely handmade. Email your photos along with your name to edge@gannon.edu and […]

The ultimate pastime

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Gannon’s Ultimate Frisbee Club is a fairly new club for Gannon. While we may not be the best around, we are eager to learn. I joined the team during my first year. The club has attended two tournaments recently at Edinboro University. Here are a photos of our team having a great time playing the sport […]

Look into the Past: The (Old) Gannon Theatre

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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 old Gannon Theatre sat on what is now known as Friendship Green. The building was torn down in 1994. The theatre department moved to the current-day Schuster Theatre, located […]

Look into the Past: Club LaRiccia

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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. Club LaRiccia, formerly known as the commuter eating area, is in the basement of Beyer Hall Cafeteria. Where commuters used to go to eat meals, everyone is now welcome to […]

U.S. Institute of Technical Theatre: Say cheese!

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The United States Institute of Technical Theatre (USITT) held its annual conference in Wisconsin – land of the cheese! This conference allows students and professionals who are involved with technical theatre to discuss the latest techniques, news, job opportunities and issues. This year two Gannon theatre students attended, and I am happy to say that […]