Posts Tagged ‘Christmas’

  • Issue12_Features_Christmas

    Gift-giving doesn’t have to be difficult

    Dec 5, 17 • 774 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    The holidays are some one of the most joyous times of the year, but for college students, they can also include some incredibly stressful weeks. In the midst of studying for finals, it’s possible you might have forgotten that Christmas is only a few weeks...

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    Social Work Club hosts annual Christmas dinner

    Dec 7, 16 • 2950 Views • News, Top Stories5 Comments

    HARLEE BOEHM assistant news editor Gannon University held its 39th annual Social Work Christmas Dinner Saturday to bring holiday cheer and a hot meal to local families. The Christmas Dinner was hosted by the Social Work Club and allowed for students to...

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    Gannon lights up holiday season

    Dec 7, 16 • 1934 Views • News, Top Stories6 Comments

    BRITTINY LENE’ staff writer After much planning and work, Gannon University’s maintenance department once again brightened up the campus with thousands of Christmas lights and decorations at Friday’s Light Up A.J.’s Way ceremony. Ray Luniewski has...

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    Giving needs more meaning

    Dec 6, 16 • 1341 Views • Opinion1 Comment

    Although it isn’t the reason for the season, giving and receiving gifts is an inevitable part of Christmas. Let’s face it, when you were a kid you weren’t up all night anxiously awaiting a day of religious celebration and quality time spent with family...

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    GU style sighting: Christmas sweaters

    Dec 6, 16 • 1254 Views • Arts & Leisure1 Comment

      OLIVIA BURGER a&l editor hen our generation was younger, opening a present on Christmas morning to find it wasn’t a toy but a scratchy, ugly Christmas sweater was the worst. Now wearing ugly Christmas sweaters is the hottest holiday trend....

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    Gannon to get into holiday spirit

    Nov 29, 16 • 1691 Views • News, Top StoriesNo Comments

    Gannon University’s Activities Programming Board (APB) and Erie’s Chapter of Make-A-Wish have teamed up for their 15th annual Light Up AJ’s Way charity event, which takes place Friday. Each year, the lighting ceremony takes place at AJ’s Way, the...

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    Gannon holds Christmas gift donation drive

    Nov 16, 16 • 1640 Views • News, Top StoriesNo Comments

    By BRITTINY RAFFERTY staff writer Gannon University’s Support Staff Association (GUSSA) has partnered with Dress for Success to host a Christmas gift donation drive, which began Nov. 1 and will continue until Monday to collect items to help women. Sharon...

  • Kelsey

    Editor gives insight on how to survive upcoming finals week

    Dec 9, 15 • 1867 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    Everybody deals with finals week and the impending holidays differently. Some of us refuse to think about Christmas until we’re home and faced with the headaches of checking the lights. Some of us couldn’t care less. There are the rumors of college...

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    Ten gifts fit for a college budget

    Dec 9, 15 • 1796 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    Christmas shopping is hard, and it’s even harder when you’re on a leftovers-are-like-gold budget. With the help of Buzzfeed, creative friends and more than a few visits to country living websites, this list was compiled with college budgets in mind. Most...

  • Megan

    Christmas will eventually come this year, I promise

    Dec 9, 15 • 1811 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    The weight of finals has been enough to kill my holiday cheer thus far. Winter break could not come sooner. While my roommate has tried to spread holiday cheer for all to hear by decorating our apartment, I currently resemble the Grinch more than Cindy Lou...