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Phil Kelly, D.A., farewell interview

Dec 7 • 110 Views • 1 Comment on Phil Kelly, D.A., farewell interview

by Video by Kilian Eifler, class of 2017 Interviewed by Kelsey Ghering, editor-in-chief Watch here:https://youtu.be/gyW0g7SqH7s by...

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Social Work Club hosts annual Christmas dinner

by HARLEE BOEHM assistant news editor Gannon University held its 39th annual Social Work Christmas Dinner Saturday to bring holiday cheer...

Dec 7 • 92 Views

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International enrollment dips; budget rebalanced

by SAMANTHA GRISWOLD managing editor, news Gannon University has recently been experiencing a decrease in international student enrollment,...

Dec 7 • 136 Views

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Gannon lights up holiday season

by BRITTINY LENE’ staff writer After much planning and work, Gannon University’s maintenance department once again brightened up the...

Dec 7 • 92 Views

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Extraordinary love in ordinary form

Dec 6 • 314 Views • 1 Comment on Extraordinary love in ordinary form

by This Advent season, Christians eagerly await the celebration of our savior, portrayed in a text dating back nearly two millennia. The story offers a paradox in which...

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Student reflects on social experiment

by As a student in the social work program, I participated in a homelessness simulation earlier this semester. Nine...

Dec 6 • 49 Views

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Biology professor produces film for Celldance

by Last year, Gannon University biology professor Elisa Konieczko, Ph.D., nominated the Douglas Robinson Lab at Johns...

Dec 6 • 136 Views

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Good for U promotes intellectual wellness

by As this semester at Gannon University concludes, and finals week approaches, Good for U looks to end 2016 on a note...

Dec 6 • 75 Views

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Playhouse presents ‘Scrooge’

Dec 6 • 31 Views • No Comments on Playhouse presents ‘Scrooge’

by By SARA BORRO staff writer The holiday season is a very exciting time and the City of Erie is really getting into the spirit. The Erie Playhouse will be hosting...

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Writer reflects on Will Smith’s top movies

by By GRANT KRUSZEWSI staff writer Will Smith is debatably one of the best actors of all time, but what is not debated is how his roles...

Dec 6 • 48 Views

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GU style sighting: Christmas sweaters

by   OLIVIA BURGER a&l editor hen our generation was younger, opening a present on Christmas morning to find it wasn’t a toy but...

Dec 6 • 37 Views

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Red Hot Chili Peppers return for new era

by   TAYLOR WOLFF staff writer Since their formation in 1983, the Red Hot Chili Peppers have had quite the career. For over 30 years,...

Dec 6 • 202 Views

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Men’s basketball wins two more

Dec 6 • 73 Views • No Comments on Men’s basketball wins two more

by The Gannon University men’s basketball team got a pair of home wins at the Hammermill Center over the weekend, beating Lock Haven, 81-70, Saturday and then turning...

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Swimming brings home third place

by The Gannon University men’s swim team went into the annual Wooster Invitational in Wooster, Ohio, over the weekend...

Dec 6 • 65 Views

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Volleyball falls to Edinboro

by The Gannon University women’s volleyball team saw its run in the NCAA Tournament come to an end Saturday in a...

Dec 6 • 78 Views

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Let’s play some puck

by As the first semester winds down, the Rev. Jason Glover and the Gannon University hockey team are getting ready for...

Dec 6 • 143 Views