Tag Archives: Communication Arts

“Totem” literary magazine wins prize in national competition

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Gannon University’s Totem is the winner of the 2013 Program Directors’ Prize for Undergraduate Literary Magazines in the design category. The Association of Writers & Writing Programs will award a cash honorarium and recognize Totem in the Writer’s Chronicle and other media.

Big fish, enormous pond: WERG conquers NYC

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Two days before spring break, I set off on one of the best trips of my life. I traveled for what seemed like days (10 hours) on a train with a group of people who would become some of my

5 things to know about theatre and communication arts

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Theatre and communication arts (T-Comm) is a major at Gannon with an incredible amount of variety. T-Comm students share a love of drama and the drive to work in the media or public relations. Here are five interesting tidbits about

My poolside scholarship search

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Summer is about half-way over for Gannon-Goers right about now and what do I have to show for it? I’ve made a little money waitressing at Luigi’s, I’ve made some good memories with my friends from home and I’ve been

All the world’s a stage in Alpha Psi Omega

If this title adage from William Shakespeare is true, then the members of the honors theatre society Alpha Psi Omega (APO) are vying for the lead roles. First established at Fairmont State College, APO has been furthering the theatrical arts

[VIDEO] GU-REVU: Hometown Heroes and Hometown Rivalries

This week’s GU-REVU takes a look at the longstanding rivalry between the Gannon Knights and Mercyhurst Lakers. Don Sherman, Associate Director of Athletics at Gannon, talks about what goes on behind the scenes when these two teams meet for exciting

Introducing GU-REVU, Gannon’s sports video magazine

This semester, we’re bringing you GU-REVU, a weekly sports video magazine produced by students in the Department of Theatre, Communication and Fine Arts. Take an inside look at Gannon athletics right here on Edge. This week, the GU-REVU crew takes

Healthy Smiles and Buccos Baseball: More Ways to Use Your Gannon Degree

Jacinto W. Beard, D.D.S. ’86 Biology An Erie native, I am now a general practice dentist and the owner of two offices in the Columbus, Ohio community. I received my D.D.S. degree from The Ohio State University in 1990; I

Winning Emmys and Practicing Law: More Ways to Use Your Gannon Degree

Daniel A. Daube ’84 Communication Arts My career all started at a 3,000-watt radio station in Erie (Gannon’s WERG-FM)—an experience that paved the way from unpaid internships and low-paid production jobs to high-end video editing and compositing. Gannon taught me

Living the “Suite” Life in North Hall

Some of Gannon’s new freshmen have been given the opportunity to live in the new suites in North Hall. See what a few of them have to say about it. Becah Ford, biology/ pre-med: I have found North Hall to