Category: Faith & Service

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Giving LIFE a hand

If one characteristic seems immediately noticeable about Gannon, it’s the charisma and connection our students feel with each other. From GIVE Day t...
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Presenting Mr. and Miss GU

A lot of the best memories from college are created when you exit your comfort zone and do something that frightens you. One such way to do this is by...
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Students and faculty keeping the world warm, one hat at a time

For Brian How, English as a Second Language (ESL) adjunct lecturer at Gannon University, knitting is a hobby; a way for him calm down and relax after ...
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Surviving Lent: Getting over the loss of (chocolate, soda, naps etc.)

The Catholic observance of the Lenten season is one marked by the themes of sacrifice and absolution for sins. Those who actively practice Catholicism...
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5k runners can ‘Be A Hero’ for the Erie Community Child Abuse Task Force

The Erie Community Child Abuse Task Force (CATF) is sponsoring a 5k running race and 2K run/walk on April 13 at Presque Isle State Park. Called “...
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Project offers books, hope for local refugee children

Gannon University’s criminal justice majors are not only learning about violence prevention, but actively trying to prevent violence. The department...
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Gathering in praise every Thursday

As a Catholic university, the Gannon community finds it important to promote faith in a way that is easily accessible to students. There are many oppo...
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Gannon faculty and staff feed the hungry, pound for pound

In the fall of 2011, the sport and exercise science department and Exercise Science Club were charged with developing healthy recipes using ingredient...
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Singing the Christmas spirit

Christmas carols are a huge part of holiday traditions for many people. Songs, old and new, help to spread the feelings of the season and create a fes...
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Ending hatred one vigil at a time

The last sentence of Gannon’s mission statement states, “Inspired by the Catholic Intellectual Tradition, we offer a comprehensive, values-centere...