‘Features’

  • Weighing the Waste: Gannon Goes Green

    Dec 8, 10 • 942 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Gannon University has already made several efforts to improve its carbon footprint, and now Metz & Associates Ltd., the University’s dining services provider, is adding a new initiative to the mix: going tray-less in the Beyer Hall Cafeteria. To...

  • What should I buy?

    Dec 1, 10 • 737 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Christmas: it’s the season of joy, the season of giving, the season of stress. Every year it seems as though Christmas shopping turns into more of a hair-pulling, frustrating experience. Many people easily fall under the category of difficult to buy for,...

  • Students prepare for post-graduation

    Dec 1, 10 • 662 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by The real world is an inevitable future for all college students, and along with the promise of the real world comes preparation for such. For students who will soon graduate and with the summer months right around the corner, internships and co-op...

  • Students prepare for Erie’s wintry season

    Dec 1, 10 • 1294 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Anyone from the Great Lakes region knows that winter weather can often cause panic and worry for many people.  From braving the icy roads to shoveling feet of snow, Erie is known for its tough winters. While other nearby cities are also slammed with snow...

  • Campus Ministry prepares for first ‘Theology on Tap’ event of the year

    Dec 1, 10 • 614 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Gannon University provides opportunities for students from all backgrounds to express their spirituality, and the university is adding to this by preparing for the first “Theology on Tap” event of the year. This event, titled “HELL, NO! – A Look at...