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Gannon University’s Erie Chamber Orchestra ends season with city-wide activities

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Gannon University’s Erie Chamber Orchestra (ECO) has an amazing week planned to help close out a very successful 2012-2013 season. From May 31st through June 7th, ECO has activities planned across the city. Friday, May 31st, members of ECO will

@ GU: Gannon Happenings, March 2013

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Erika Krenn talks about what Gannon students will be up to between breaks. Use Facebook to Comment on this Post View PRINTER-FRIENDLY version

@ GU: Gannon happenings, February 2013

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Erika Krenn talks about what Gannon students will be doing this month on campus. Use Facebook to Comment on this Post View PRINTER-FRIENDLY version

Award named in memory of Bruce Morton Wright

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Bruce Morton Wright was an iconic figure at Gannon University and in the Erie community before his passing in 2011. A local nonprofit organization, ArtsErie, has ensured that Wright’s legacy will live on by creating an award in his memory, the

A tango in the Waldron Campus Center

On Friday, Sept. 14, an exciting event happened in the piano lounge of the Waldron Campus Center. Members of the Erie Chamber Orchestra and Alpha Psi Omega got together to perform a tango and a minuet (a French social dance).

My life is more interesting in pictures

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Sometimes, words just aren’t enough to describe certain experiences. In her newly redesigned blog, assistant multimedia editor Allison Kessler offers you an inside look at life on campus.   Use Facebook to Comment on this Post View PRINTER-FRIENDLY version

@ GU: September starts fall fun at Gannon

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Here at Gannon, we like to have fun as soon as we get to campus. Check out what’s going on around Erie this month with Edge’s Allison Kessler. Stay connected to all things Gannon by liking Gannon University on Facebook.

@GU: Break away from studies for fun-filled February

The semester is well underway and we’re beginning to feel the time crunch. We have to remember to drag ourselves out of the library and shut the books for at least an hour. To help, here’s a list of things