Getting inside the foreign stereotype

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The idea of theatre automatically brings to mind costumes, stages, actors, lights, props, sound and much more. While “Inside the Actor’s Studio: Transitions and Cultural Stereotypes of post 9-11 America” will have many of these elements, they’ll be produced in a way never before seen in Erie theatre, let alone Fringe Fest Erie. “Inside the […]

@GU: December Delights on Gannon’s Campus

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With the semester winding down, there are lots of things gearing up here on campus. Take a look at some of those events in this months @GU. A modern adaptation of the Greek play Lysistrata will be performed at Gannon University’s Schuster Theatre December 1-10. The play centers on a conspiracy by the Greek women […]

5 Things to Know About Theology

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Ever considered the religious life or just want to learn more about religion? Then Gannon’s Theology Department might have the class for you. Here are 5 things to know about theology as a major: 1.The total number of credits required is 128 total credits for the bachelor’s degree in theology. Some interesting classes are: The […]

@GU: September Stuff You Don’t Want to Miss

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@GU is a new monthly post that will feature events taking place around Gannon’s campus for the month. So check out the post and check out the events. – The Gannon Knights Football team’s home opener is Saturday, September 10th at noon. Come cheer on your favorite team as they take on Shippensburg. This game […]