Posts Tagged ‘Michael Haas’

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    Local elections to be held

    Apr 27, 17 • 1263 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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    SGA debate sheds light on executive board candidates

    Feb 24, 16 • 1146 Views • News, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by While the results from Gannon University’s Student Government Association (SGA) executive board election won’t be available until after the elections, the candidates participated in a debate that was held Thursday. This year, two tickets are running...

  • SGA begins election season; candidates reflect on issues

    Feb 17, 16 • 919 Views • News, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by The spring semester brings a new set of classes, lots of snow and eventually warmth to Gannon University students – it also brings election season to campus. Each year, the elections for the executive board of the student government association (SGA)...


    Dramashop performs play ‘Third’

    Feb 25, 15 • 1475 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by In Dramashop’s upcoming production of “Third,” Gannon University’s theatre program shows its impact on the Erie community. Paula Barrett, a theatre instructor at Gannon, plays Laurie Jameson, a professor at a small liberal arts college in New...

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    ‘A Little Nonsense’ makes sense

    Feb 4, 15 • 1952 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by I don’t like coming in to a play without knowing what the story is about, or what kind of show it is. Before the technical rehearsal of “A Little Nonsense,” Paula Barrett, associate professor of communication and the show’s director, described the...

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    Dramashop welcomes original play

    Jan 28, 15 • 1381 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by This year, the Erie Fringe Festival enters its fifth year. With eight productions on campus and six more associate productions, the cool February air is crisp with the arts. Dramashop – a local theater company founded by Gannon alumnus Zach Flock in 2011...

  • ‘Loot’ proves Schuster success

    Oct 8, 14 • 1407 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by The treasure of Joe Orton’s “Loot,” the Schuster’s season- opening show,  is most seen in the details. The set uses its maximum allowance of stage space, complete with walls in the back that resemble the hallways and bedrooms coming off the living...

  • Schuster Theatre rakes in ‘Loot’

    Oct 1, 14 • 1258 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by Gannon University’s Schuster Theatre opens with Joe Orton’s “Loot” as the first main stage show Thursday. As a farce, audiences can expect subtle jokes and satire. Paula Barrett, associate professor of theatre and director of “Loot,” said...

  • Angsty rock musical tells American history

    Sep 17, 14 • 1131 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by If a teenage rock band wrote a musical about the life of the seventh U.S. president, you would be left with “Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson.” Dramashop’s newest performance takes us back to our angsty, adolescent years of abstract hair colors, studded,...

  • President: Michael Haas

    Mar 19, 14 • 2126 Views • News, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by Why are you running for SGA president? I am running for Student Government President because I see a huge opportunity for growth in SGA and specifically I want to utilize that growth to better advocate for the students to the administration at large. Right...