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  • ‘Friendship’ and ‘Rainbows’ join lingerie and bones in funky art

    Feb 2, 11 • 607 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by “Let’s Ride a Bicycle Made of Friendship and Rainbows!” might sound too “Care Bear” for some, but beneath the neon bright colors of the newest exhibit at the Ronald E. Holstein Gallery at the Erie Art Museum lies dark humor and quirkiness that...

  • Building renovation should benefit student population

    Jan 26, 11 • 694 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by Twenty is an awkward and frustrating age, and I’ve found myself living in limbo. When I turned 20, the only wish I had as I permanently blew away my teenage years, was that the next 12 months would whirl past me so I could be finally be 21. I was...

  • HANDS to create haven for students

    Jan 26, 11 • 651 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by Have you ever felt you were alone in the world, surrounded by people who just don’t understand? There are a group of Gannon students who want to change that feeling. These students formed an organization called HANDS (Helping, Accepting, Nurturing,...

  • Philadelphia indie rock band charms with bizarre finesse

    Jan 26, 11 • 650 Views • Arts & Leisure, NewsNo Comments

    by Philadelphia alternative-indie band, The Extraordinaries, will cheer everyone up while bringing down the house. Quirky, crazy, and bizarre is the name of the game for this narrative-based group. Philly is known for many things, including cheese steaks,...

  • ISO opens Coffee Shop fundraiser in Zurn

    Jan 26, 11 • 690 Views • Arts & Leisure, NewsNo Comments

    by Gannon University’s International Student Office, in an attempt to narrow the gap between American and international students, kicked off the spring semester with its student-run Coffee Shop fundraiser in the Zurn Science Building. Jason Steinberg, the...

  • Award nomination outcomes obvious

    Jan 26, 11 • 548 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by Don’t expect anyone to “Crash” the 83rd Annual Academy Awards on Feb. 27. Though some have made mountains out of molehills of the snubs and Sundance nominations announced Tuesday, the victories will be no surprise, as this year’s award season...

  • SGA, APB to renovate publicity room

    Jan 26, 11 • 587 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by Gannon University’s publicity room will experience a facelift in February when members of the Student Government Association and the Activities Programming Board renovate the space with new art supplies, a paint job and improved lighting and heating. The...

  • Irish band plays it safe on new album

    Jan 26, 11 • 688 Views • Arts & Leisure, NewsNo Comments

    by The new album from The Script, “Science and Faith” finally hit the U.S. shore and fans witnessed very unscripted emotions. The Irish alternative band offers up an album full of emotional lyrics, but lacking any real risks in its music. In late 2009,...

  • Mercyhurst seniors to build outdoor plaza

    Jan 26, 11 • 665 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by This year’s Mercyhurst College seniors have decided to build an outdoor plaza for their senior gift. The plaza consists of a circular structure of retaining walls, which will provide seating and a gathering area for students, faculty and college...

  • Biomedical engineering program offers new degree

    Jan 26, 11 • 891 Views • News1 Comment

    by Gannon University is now the first university in Northwest Pennsylvania to offer a degree in biomedical engineering, with the official opening of its new program this 2011 spring semester. Biomedical engineering was first introduced to students in March of...