‘News’

  • Familial drama to hit Schuster stage

    Jan 19, 11 • 718 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by Sam Shepard’s drama, “A Lie of the Mind,” is not like anything Gannon’s Schuster Theatre has ever done before.  Dark and almost sinister, this play asks a lot of both the relatively small cast and the audience members.  “Lie” forces the...

  • Web exclusive: Garibaldi to leave Dec. 31; Kelly named interim president

    Dec 16, 10 • 798 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by A few changes are in store for the timetable surrounding the search for Gannon University’s next president. The Most Rev. Donald W. Trautman, bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Erie and chairman of Gannon’s board of trustees, announced Dec. 16...

  • Year in Review

    Dec 8, 10 • 858 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by Glamour girls like Grace Kelly and Katherine Hepburn would have scoffed at today’s America, which welcomes the average, the untalented and the weirdos yearning to be famous. While old school celebrities got air time, Internet sensations and reality...

  • Anxiety heightened when peculiar words reach ears

    Dec 8, 10 • 1593 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by Certain words make me cringe inside. Hearing my black-listed words is aural torture, and I make conscious efforts to avoid saying them or using them in conversation as best as I can. “The list of words that make me feel weird” started in high school,...

  • Science sparks on Schuster stage

    Dec 8, 10 • 855 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by The scientific world of Galileo usually feels more at home in textbooks and lectures than in house music, glittering neon lights and makeup Lady Gaga and Adam Lambert would envy. For the 16 cast members of the Schuster Theatre’s production by the same...

  • Students, university gear up for graduation

    Dec 8, 10 • 1287 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by After years of papers, practicals and exams, some Gannon University students will finally receive their diplomas. On Sunday, Gannon President Antoine M. Garibaldi, Ph.D., will award 253 degrees when the university hosts its Winter Commencement ceremony....

  • Process behind room damages fines explained

    Dec 8, 10 • 813 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by As graduation quickly approaches, some students are moving out of their on-campus apartments. If they leave their apartments with damages, they will be hit with a fee from the Office of Student Living. Fees depend on the severity of the damages that occur....

  • ISO prepares to open international coffee house

    Dec 8, 10 • 861 Views • Arts & Leisure, NewsNo Comments

    by The International Student Office is looking to globalize Gannon University’s campus with a coffee shop staffed by international students and American student volunteers. This goal will be accomplished in two ways. First, the coffee shop is looking to...

  • E-mail system may see update next year

    Dec 8, 10 • 1951 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by Gannon University’s Information Technology Services and the Student Government Association are working together to update Gannon’s student e-mail system by the fall semester of 2011. If implemented, the update would be the first the system has seen in...

  • Food, music enrich Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa celebrations

    Dec 8, 10 • 1012 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by As the snow comes down and encapsulates the city in a winter wonderland, students prepare to celebrate their favorite holiday traditions. For many, they are part of Christmas, but other students have Hanukkah and Kwanzaa traditions. Food and music are the...