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Schuster Art funding affects Writing Awards Program

Nov 7 • 190 Views • No Comments on Schuster Art funding affects Writing Awards Program

by Recent changes to the Schuster Arts fund have caused some concern for how some art programs will be funded on campus, especially the Gannon Writing Awards...


Global Summit X kicks off at Gannon University

by Gannon University held its first lecture Oct. 29 of the Jefferson Educational Society’s Global Summit X, with four more lectures to be...

Nov 7 • 388 Views

Rob Shindler

Rob Shindler visits Gannon, talks to students

by There are 32 million adults in the world who can’t read.  Gannon University hosted Rob Shindler, this year’s Gannon READS author,...

Oct 31 • 222 Views

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Gannon students excited to participate in midterm elections

by One topic that most college-age adults don’t like to discuss is politics.   It is especially challenging with our current political...

Oct 31 • 306 Views

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Gannon student learns leadership through campus involvement

Nov 7 • 197 Views • No Comments on Gannon student learns leadership through campus involvement

by Many students who first come to college are faced with a multitude of choices they have to make. These include choosing a major, learning how to live independently...


No such thing as offseason at Presque Isle State Park

by With summer in Erie not but a memory, many people are headed indoors for activities. However, there is much fun...

Nov 7 • 671 Views


Pints and Politics offers space for students to discuss current events

by Pints and Politics is a relatively new Gannon University- sponsored event from the history department. Led by...

Oct 31 • 325 Views


Model UN to host 66th annual high school conference

by Nearly 400 high school students from approximately 20 high schools in Pennsylvania, New York and Ohio will attend...

Oct 31 • 334 Views


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Julia Holter’s ‘Aviary’ offers enjoyment on multiple levels

Nov 7 • 315 Views • No Comments on Julia Holter’s ‘Aviary’ offers enjoyment on multiple levels

by Pop music is defined as a genre that continually redefines itself to stay relevant at the top of the charts. Artists like Ariana Grande, Beyonce, Adele, Ed Sheeren,...

Gannon students bring new Schuster Gallery exhibit to life

by Students in Gannon University’s Event Planning class have been working tirelessly to bring a new exhibit to the Schuster Art Gallery....

Nov 7 • 168 Views

bohemian rhapsody

‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ is the film Queen fans have been waiting for

by “Bohemian Rhapsody,” starring Rami Malek, was released Friday to a $50 million opening weekend, and it has already amassed a...

Nov 7 • 178 Views


Be Positive event successfully raises over $6,000 for charity

by Members of Gannon University’s Greek Life gathered together to raise money for childhood cancer Tuesday afternoon. The Be Positive...

Nov 6 • 227 Views

Sports Sports

Men’s, women’s cross country finish 10th, 11th at PSAC

Nov 8 • 438 Views • No Comments on Men’s, women’s cross country finish 10th, 11th at PSAC

by The Gannon University men’s and women’s cross country teams hit the trails last weekend at Edinboro for the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC)...


Women’s volleyball wins PSAC tourney opener

by The Gannon University women’s volleyball team swept East Stroudsburg in the PSAC quarterfinals on Tuesday at the...

Nov 7 • 151 Views


Water polo places third at MAWPC-West region championship

by The Gannon University men’s water polo team saw its best regular season in program history come to an unexpected...

Nov 7 • 121 Views


Football falls in final road game of season

by The Gannon University football team dropped its final Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference West Division game of...

Nov 7 • 365 Views