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Springtopia to bring fun before final exams

Apr 18 • 73 Views • No Comments on Springtopia to bring fun before final exams

by Although it may not feel like spring, Gannon’s Activities Programming Board (APB) has launched its annual Springtopia event to try and help students make time for...

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St. Joseph House of Faith in Action work continues

by Construction on the St. Joseph House of Faith in Action has been steadily proceeding since breaking ground on Sept. 22. The St. Joseph...

Apr 18 • 70 Views

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Gannon nursing students teach at local health fair

by Gannon University nursing students made learning fun Thursday at the annual Neighborhood Health Fair at the YMCA of Greater Erie....

Apr 17 • 114 Views

Take Back the Night Vigil to honor abuse survivors

by Gannon University’s Students Against Violence Everywhere (SAVE) organization is set to host the annual Take Back the Night Vigil from...

Apr 11 • 231 Views

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AlumKnights: Running with a purpose in the Bali Hope Ultra

Apr 17 • 99 Views • No Comments on AlumKnights: Running with a purpose in the Bali Hope Ultra

by It was a Friday afternoon like any other, when my sister, Nikki, text messaged me and said, “So … I have some big news that I would like to share with you after I...

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Students to participate in Hire-A-Habitater

by With spring on the way, many Erie residents are preparing by making minor housing repairs and cleaning up around the...

Apr 17 • 119 Views

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Become a social media ambassador

by Want to help Gannon University advance and reach its planned goals? Become a social media ambassador and help spread...

Apr 10 • 181 Views

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Student discusses writing first novel

by A student at Gannon University is in the final stages of completing his first novel, “The Collective.” Ben Pegg,...

Apr 10 • 830 Views

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‘One Man, Two Guvnors’ to be performed

Apr 17 • 83 Views • No Comments on ‘One Man, Two Guvnors’ to be performed

by ROMAN DENISYUK staff writer Playing the role of assistant director for the upcoming Schuster Theatre production of “One Man, Two Guvnors” has been a roller...

‘Off to the Races’ disappoints writer

by ALLAN COLLINS staff writer The infamous and relatively famous indie rockers, dance rockers and all-around fun makers, Jukebox the Ghost,...

Apr 17 • 56 Views

Artist Spotlight Series: Skizzy Mars

by MATTHEW FASSNACHT staff writer   Growing up in Harlem, N.Y., Myles Mills always wanted to be a host on ESPN’s “SportsCenter”...

Apr 17 • 153 Views

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DNCE dances with GU

by OLIVIA BURGER a&l editor Excited students, daring dance moves and some of the catchiest current jams collided Saturday evening at...

Apr 17 • 263 Views

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Gannon baseball wins two games against Pitt-Johnstown

Apr 17 • 93 Views • No Comments on Gannon baseball wins two games against Pitt-Johnstown

by The Gannon University baseball team moved to a 20-12 overall record after splitting a four-game series over the weekend against the University of...

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Softball sweeps Edinboro, splits two with Merychurst

by The Gannon University softball team stretched its win streak to 10 games Friday by sweeping a doubleheader against...

Apr 17 • 60 Views

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Gannon golf kicks off spring seasons despite weather

by The Gannon University men’s and women’s golf teams competed in separate tournaments over the weekend, with the...

Apr 17 • 113 Views

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Women’s water polo wins three of last five games

by The Gannon University women’s water polo team split a pair of matches Saturday at the Carneval Athletic Pavilion...

Apr 17 • 87 Views