‘Features’

  • Gannon collects clothes for Dress for Success Erie drive

    Sep 26, 17 • 124 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by As most people know, making a good first impression is critical to landing a job, and that impression is often made at the interview. A faculty group from Gannon University is helping women in Erie this week by collecting professional clothes that will...

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    English professor receives poetry award

    Sep 26, 17 • 269 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Berwyn Moore, an English professor of 32 years at Gannon University, recently received the John Ciardi Prize for Poetry for her third book, “Sweet Herbaceous Miracle.” This prestigious award came as a very sweet surprise to Moore. The book is a...

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    Today in History: 1993

    Sep 26, 17 • 177 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Geraldine Orton, Ph.D. (right), associate professor and director of the mental heatlh counseling program (MHC), is awarded a donation of toys from the Tyco Toy Co. while Dean Phil Kelly (left) watches on Sept. 27, 1993. The toys were used for the MHC’s...

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    Gannon to celebrate commuters next week

    Sep 19, 17 • 176 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by It’s almost that time of the year again when Gannon University will recognize and celebrate its commuter population. Gannon will hold its 21st annual Commuter Awareness Days on Sept. 26-27. The event will once again give commuters an opportunity to...

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    Today in History: 2000

    Sep 19, 17 • 109 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Loretta Sigley, former vice president of academics, cuts the ribbon with a member of the Housing Authority of Erie at the grand opening of the Gannon Nursing Center at John E. Horan Garden Apartments on Sept. 20, 2000. Gannon’s Villa Maria School of...

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    AlumKnights: GIVE Day continues after graduation

    Sep 19, 17 • 766 Views • AlumKnights, FeaturesNo Comments

    by As a Gannon University undergraduate, GIVE Day generally works its way onto your academic calendar. Gannon works hard to cultivate a culture of volunteerism, in part because this university understands how much more we gain in our lives when we give. What...

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    Student discovers new passions in Rome

    Sep 19, 17 • 429 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by I was flipping through my travel journal the other night when I came across a quote that really resonated with me. American author Henry Miller once said, “One’s destination is never a place, but rather a new way of looking at things.” I am nearly...

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    Today in History: 1999

    Sep 12, 17 • 101 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Antonio “A.J.” Palumbo, center, poses with students after speaking on campus on Sept. 13, 1999. Earlier that year, Palumbo had donated $750,000 toward the construction of the Waldron Campus Center, bringing his total donations to $1.85 million....

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    It’s OK to Love Erie: Garden Court’s beauty lives on

    Sep 12, 17 • 655 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by One of the most beautiful streets in downtown Erie is undeniably historical West Sixth Street, known to some as “Millionaires Row.” Recognized by the National Register of Historic Places, the West Sixth Street Historic District contains treasures many...

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    Students volunteer on India service trip

    Sep 12, 17 • 264 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by While most kids were spending their summer soaking up the sun and recovering from a year of schoolwork, a group of students from Gannon University volunteered their time in India as part of an Alternative Break Service Trip (ABST). Students and faculty...