Posts Tagged ‘Erie’

  • New Ruskin campus, EDDC plans revealed

    Oct 4, 17 • 224 Views • News, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by The Gannon University Board of Trustees has approved the construction of an 80,000-square-foot building on the university’s campus in Ruskin, Fla. The board, which took action at its meeting on Sept. 21-22, also backed the university’s involvement in...

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    It’s finally fall and this editor is enjoying it

    Oct 4, 17 • 410 Views • Harlee Boehm, OpinionNo Comments

    by It is finally fall in Erie, and I am glad to say that I feel as though I am in my prime as of right now. I always seem to feel my best once summer is officially over and the holidays are right around the corner. Fall to me feels like the calm before...

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    The perks of going to school in Erie

    Sep 26, 17 • 400 Views • Brandon Jaces, OpinionNo Comments

    by Erie is a dynamic place to be, and while there are many negative connotations ascribed to the city we call home for eight months — and for others, life — it does have a lot going for it. One of my favorite things about going to Gannon University and...

  • Service event on campus brings new opportunities

    Sep 13, 17 • 225 Views • News, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by The 2017 version of GIVE Day—Gannon’s Invitation to Volunteer Everywhere – will take place Saturday at various locations around Erie. Sara Nesbitt from the Center for Social Concerns said more than 1,000 Gannon faculty, staff and students will spend...

  • Knights GIVE back

    Sep 12, 17 • 168 Views • Knight VisionNo Comments

    by In addition to giving the Gannon community 24 issues a year, The Gannon Knight staff will also be giving back to the Erie community Saturday. Two people on the Knight staff will be participating in the annual GIVE Day with Gannon University. Arts &...

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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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    Lots of love for Erie

    Sep 6, 17 • 500 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by Welcome back, Knights. Because I’m weird and don’t particularly enjoy working retail, this summer I took a risk in following my passions and completed a fellowship with a local organization. I worked with Our West Bayfront, a group working to improve...

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    Local elections to be held

    Apr 27, 17 • 979 Views • News, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by By KELSEY GHERING editor-in-chief With local elections fast approaching, it seems everyone in Erie wants a piece of the pie. It’s no surprise, then, that of the nine candidates running for mayor and 19 running for City Council, three of them are involved...

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    Spring in Erie not all it’s cracked up to be

    Mar 22, 17 • 405 Views • Opinion, Samantha GriswoldNo Comments

    by Monday was the first day of spring, so it seems like the perfect issue for me to go on a rant on why I actually really hate spring. I love when people ask me what my favorite season is because obviously fall is the only correct answer. Winter is acceptable...

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    Gannon alumna takes on candidacy for mayor

    Jan 24, 17 • 1325 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Almi Clerkin wants to rewrite the script for Erie. After 25 years of working at the Erie Playhouse, 10 of which as its executive director, the Gannon University alumna is running for Erie mayor. Not only is Clerkin a part of the Gannon community as an...