Posts Tagged ‘Halloween’

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    ‘IT’ returns 27 years after first movie

    Sep 12, 17 • 104 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by BENJAMIN HAYLETT staff writer The public has been graced yet again with a retelling of Stephen King’s classic novel, “IT.” The film has become a box office hit, earning $117 million on its opening day, a rating of 8.2/10 on IMDB and a certified fresh...

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    Gannon Goodwill Garden hosts trick-or-treaters

    Nov 7, 16 • 528 Views • News, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by Halloween in the Garden was held in Gannon University’s Goodwill Garden during trick-or-treat hours Monday evening to educate the youth in the local Erie community. The garden was decorated for Halloween and allowed trick-or-treaters to enter and learn...

  • Editors explore costume ideas

    Oct 26, 16 • 377 Views • Knight Vision, OpinionNo Comments

    by Believe it or not, Halloween is Monday. The staff at The Gannon Knight is celebrating this week with our editorial photos. You might recognize some of the characters from childhood shows and movies — “High School Musical,” “Totally...

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    Halloween does not end Oct. 31 for editor

    Nov 4, 15 • 724 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by Candy, costumes and celebratory parties are only some of the many things people associate with Halloween. For me, this wasn’t and still isn’t the case. Growing up, the season of goblins and ghouls was more than just an opportunity to acquire an...

  • Should there be costume restrictions?

    Oct 21, 15 • 703 Views • Knight Vision, OpinionNo Comments

    by It’s that time of year again to get dressed up and pretend to be someone or something else for a night. You can be scary, funny or scandalous – the choice is yours. Isn’t it? Halloween has grown over the years into more than just a day dedicated to...

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    ECO announces plans for next season

    Mar 25, 15 • 913 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by The Erie Chamber Orchestra announces an exciting lineup for the 2015-16 season. The shows range from classical composer rock stars such as Dvorak, Puccini, Haydn, Stravinksy, Tchaikovsky and Debussy to an interesting modern concept that creates live film...

  • Holiday needs to stop perpetuating sexist ideals

    Oct 29, 14 • 1281 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by The film “Mean Girls” describes Halloween as the only day of the year where girls can wear lingerie in public and it’s considered socially acceptable. We’ve seen this idea perpetuated by Reese Witherspoon via Elle Woods in “Legally Blonde.”...

  • Editor in love with fall, not with dressing up

    Oct 29, 14 • 901 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by It’s that time of year again, Halloween. This has easily been the most bitter-sweet holiday in my book. I like it because fall is a beautiful time of year. I love seeing all the leaves change colors and slowly fall to the ground. Walking to class through...

  • Halloween costumes can make classes more fun

    Oct 29, 14 • 1162 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by Halloween is a fun time of year for everyone. People can wear any costume anywhere and not be judged. These can be either scary outfits, “sexy costumes” or cosplays (dressing up as a fictional character). Last year, I felt excited for Halloween because...

  • Schuster’s haunted house comes back

    Oct 23, 13 • 1100 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by The Gannon University Schuster Theatre is getting in the spirit of Halloween with the fourth annual Stage Fright. Stage Fright is a haunted house put on every year around Halloween by Gannon’s honorary theater fraternity, Alpha Psi Omega – APO. The...