Category Archives: Arts & Entertainment

Schindler’s ‘list’ opens at new Schuster Gallery

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 newest gallery space, at 700 Peach St., is

WERG Tuesday Top 30

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Gannon’s alternative rock station, 90.5 WERG, presents the top 30 songs for the week ending Sept. 16. WERG can be streamed live via webcast from the link on our website‘s sidebar.   LW          TW 2              1              Milky Chance/Stolen Dance (Sadnecessary;

REVIEW: Seahaven is an unexpected hit

Seahaven

Seahaven – Reverie Lagoon: Music for Escapism Only 4.5/5 Reverie Lagoon is a record I never expected. In fact, I’m not even sure why I first listened to it. Seahaven has never played a huge role in the indie or

2013 Totem wins big

Totem

Gannon University’s literary arts publication, Totem, has once again won the 2014 National Program Directors’ Prize in the Design Category from the Association of Writers and Writing Program (AWP). This is the second time in two years Totem has received

WERG Top 30 for 4/29/14

Top 30 905WERG

Gannon’s alternative rock station, 90.5 WERG, presents the top 30 songs for the week of Apr. 29 WERG can be streamed live via webcast from the link on our sidebar. LW          TW 2              1              Fitz and The Tantrums/The Walker (More

Obsessed with Jim Gaffigan

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As Carrot Top once taught us, comedy often has the potential to be very, very unfunny. From the screaming, arm-flailing antics of the Dane Cooks of the world, to the spoken-word art of former musician Henry Rollins, comedians spend their

WERG Top 30 for 4/15/14

Top 30 905WERG

Gannon’s alternative rock station, 90.5 WERG, presents the top 30 songs for the week of Apr. 15 WERG can be streamed live via webcast from the link on our sidebar. LW          TW 1              1              Kongos/Come With Me Now (Lunatic; Tokoloshe

What happened on the way to the forum with Rev. Shawn Clerkin

Forum

Photo courtesy of Rick Klein If you’ve been around the Schuster Theatre, chances are you’ve come across Father Shawn Clerkin. Father Shawn, the Director of Theater for Gannon University, is one of the more colorful faculty members at the school.

Your favorite Gannon magazine is coming to Tumblr!

tumblr

If you’ve never heard of it before, Tumblr is a microblogging platform with over 100 million users. Users create blogs based on a variety of topics and interests, from television shows and movies to travel and photography. People use Tumblr

REVIEW: La Dispute and Manchester Orchestra

La Dispute

La Dispute – Rooms of the House 5/5 In 2011, La Dispute released Wildlife, their second LP and an emotionally exhausting affair that carried on for nearly an hour. Therein lied the album’s greatest strength and weakness all rolled into