‘News’

  • Modern ballet pleases crowd

    Mar 30, 11 • 1075 Views • Arts & Leisure, NewsNo Comments

    Sunday afternoon’s performance by Complexions Cotemporary Ballet at the Mercyhurst D’Angelo Performing Arts Center proved that support for dance still exists, and judging by the close-to-sold-out show, Erie wasn’t afraid to show it. Complexions isn’t...

  • Strokes are disjointed after long separation

    Mar 30, 11 • 1185 Views • Arts & Leisure, NewsNo Comments

    After a five-year break, The Strokes are back with their newest album “Angles.” With a title like that, one might think that the band aimed for new sounds, and it did, just not good ones. Fans were eager for The Strokes to recapture that lightening bolt...

  • County Council public hearing promotes spirit

    Mar 23, 11 • 1400 Views • NewsNo Comments

    As I get older, money becomes an increasingly bigger part of my life. As much as I would like to maintain the mantra that money is arbitrary, the sad fact of the matter dictates that it is an integral part in leading a comfortable life. What about the people...

  • Extraterrestrials abduct big screen

    Mar 23, 11 • 1206 Views • Arts & Leisure, NewsNo Comments

    It seems every year there’s a new theme for movies. This year – while it’s not necessarily a genre – alien movies seem to be taking over Hollywood. “Battle: Los Angeles” is one of many movies featuring aliens, with fellow alien flicks “Apollo...

  • Campus Master Plan includes renovations for CAP

    Mar 23, 11 • 2544 Views • NewsNo Comments

    The Master Plan is in the limelight once again, only this time the point of interest is the Carneval Athletic Pavillion Recreation Center. According to Gannon University’s Master Plan, by the year 2020, there are hopes that the Recreational Center will be...

  • University holds pizza competition

    Mar 23, 11 • 1154 Views • NewsNo Comments

    The senior class of Gannon University will use the third annual Best Pizza Competition as a fundraiser for the class gift. The event will be held from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday in the Hammermill Center. Tickets are $5 and the event is open to the public....

  • Committee’s presidential search continues

    Mar 23, 11 • 1376 Views • NewsNo Comments

    The search for Gannon University’s next president has been quietly progressing since the November announcement of the departure of Antoine M. Garibaldi, Ph.D. The Search Committee was appointed on Dec. 16 and met Jan. 10. The Rev. Nicholas Rouch, the...

  • Local woman forms anti-violence group

    Mar 23, 11 • 1073 Views • NewsNo Comments

    Around 50 students, faculty and members of the Gannon University community attended the speaking engagement for National Criminal Justice Month on Monday. Sonya Arrington, founder of Mothers Against Teen Violence (MATV), spoke on the importance of raising...

  • International Night marks 22nd year

    Mar 23, 11 • 1411 Views • NewsNo Comments

    The International Student Office and the International Student Association will host the 22nd annual International Night Saturday. International Night, an annual tradition at Gannon University, showcases the campus’s diversity through a night of live...

  • ‘Celebrate Gannon’ celebrates scholarship

    Mar 23, 11 • 1370 Views • NewsNo Comments

    Gannon University students, faculty and staff will gather at the university’s inaugural presentation of “Celebrate Gannon” Friday in the Waldron Campus Center. The event, a showcase of the work students and faculty have accomplished, will take place...