Do’s and don’ts of campus tours

Fall is my favorite time of the year for a reason: You get to experience the air getting crisper, the leaves changing color. Campus is bustling with chatter of…nervous moms and kids More »

Unity in service

What does it mean to be a Greek? To many, the term “Greek life” seems to be a synonym for wild antics, but that’s far from what it’s all about. Being Greek More »

Compassion in composition

Anyone who has walked down the English wing of the Palumbo can tell you it is a welcoming place. One reason for this sense of hospitality is Carol Hayes, an instructor in More »

RUNDOWN: ‘Loot,’ coffee and college radio

Monday, Sept. 29: As if you need another reason to drink it, today is International Coffee Day. Fire up that Keurig and enjoy a hot (or iced) cup of joe. Tuesday, Sept. More »

Schindler’s ‘list’ opens at new Schuster Gallery

The new Schuster Gallery in Gannon University’s Center for Communication and the Arts will join the other venues for Friday’s Gallery Night, organized by the Erie Art Museum. The opening of Erie’s More »

 
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      Do’s and don’ts of campus tours

      September 30, 2014 By Mary Kate Carroll, assignment editor, junior occupational therapy major
      Fall is my favorite time of the year for a reason: You get to experience the air getting crisper, the leaves changing color. Campus is bustling Read More »
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      Unity in service

      September 30, 2014 By Brian Pierce, sophomore psychology major
      What does it mean to be a Greek? To many, the term “Greek life” seems to be a synonym for wild antics, but that’s far from Read More »
    • Carol Hayes

      Compassion in composition

      September 29, 2014 By Brian Pierce, sophomore psychology major
      Anyone who has walked down the English wing of the Palumbo can tell you it is a welcoming place. One reason for this sense of hospitality Read More »
    • RUNDOWN

      RUNDOWN: ‘Loot,’ coffee and college radio

      September 29, 2014 By Mary Kate Carroll, assignment editor, junior occupational therapy major
      Monday, Sept. 29: As if you need another reason to drink it, today is International Coffee Day. Fire up that Keurig and enjoy a hot (or Read More »
    • Schuster Gallery

      Schindler’s ‘list’ opens at new Schuster Gallery

      September 28, 2014 By Gannon University staff for www.gannon.edu
      The new Schuster Gallery in Gannon University’s Center for Communication and the Arts will join the other venues for Friday’s Gallery Night, organized by the Erie Read More »
  • Life at Gannon

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      Family Weekend 2014

      Uncover the Treasures of Gannon University Take advantage of this opportunity to visit loved ones following the start of the school year. Families are invited to participate Read More »
    • GIVE Day 2012

      Gannon gives back

      Every year, Gannon encourages students to give back to the Erie community and make a few memories along the way. This day, known as GIVE Day, Read More »
  • Faith & Service

    • Gamma Sigma Sigma

      Unity in service

      What does it mean to be a Greek? To many, the term “Greek life” seems to be a synonym for wild antics, but that’s far from Read More »
    • GIVE Day 2014

      GIVE Day 2014

      Once again, Gannon students have happily donated a portion of their weekend to the greater good. This year, GIVE day saw 58 of the university’s clubs and organizations Read More »