Totem brings home a win yet again

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Totem has been an accomplished, award-winning publication since 1996. 2014 will be a year to continue the tradition with the winning of two prestigious awards from the American Scholastic Press Association (ASPA). ASPA presented Totem with the First Place with Special Merit and the Outstanding Design Concept Awards. The awards were received in the fall […]

2013 Totem wins big

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Gannon University’s literary arts publication, Totem, has once again won the 2014 National Program Directors’ Prize in the Design Category from the Association of Writers and Writing Program (AWP). This is the second time in two years Totem has received this award. The deadline for submissions of this award is in March, before Totem’s release […]

‘Celebrate Gannon’ acknowledges academics

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Students and faculty united Tuesday for Gannon University’s “Celebrate Gannon,” an event that highlighted platform and poster presentations in areas of undergraduate research, undergraduate scholarship, graduate research, engagement and creativity. Research and scholarship presentations ranged across all majors, including psychology, criminal justice, English, chemistry, electrical engineering, physics, occupational therapy and physical therapy, according to Kathleen […]

Lecture focuses on archaeology

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The Collins Institute for Archaeological Research and Archaeology Museum Gallery at Gannon University will proudly welcome Debra Foran, Ph.D., and her lecture on “5,000 Years of History in Madaba, Jordan: Moabites, Christians, Muslims.” The event is from 7-8 p.m. Thursday in Room 219 of the Waldron Campus Center. It is free and open to the […]