Group embraces Latino heritage

February 12, 2014

The Latino Student Committee (LSC) began when Jennie A. Velez-Harris, a former Gannon enrollment adviser began looking for Latino students to start the club. She noticed that Gannon’s population of Latino students started...

Gannon, St. Peter’s collaborate

February 12, 2014

Gannon University’s education department and St. Peter’s Cathedral School have reached an agreement, seeking to enhance the learning of experience of students at both institutions. With this program, Gannon education majors...

Show displays great acting, minimal tech

February 5, 2014

Local Erie community theater, Dramashop, is performing Michael Frayn’s Tony award-winning play, “Copenhagen,” directed by the Rev. Shawn Clerkin. The show opened last weekend and will run Thursday, Friday and Saturday...

Scam targets college students

January 29, 2014

Campus police of Michigan State University noticed a scam targeting college students. Students have been receiving phone calls and letters telling them they won a scholarship worth thousands of dollars they never applied for....

Metz provides food for allergy sufferers

September 18, 2013

One of the biggest challenges cafeteria workers face is dealing with food allergies. People can react to many different types of food. These foods include eggs, shellfish, dairy, gluten, soy, peanuts, tree nuts and various...

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