Posts Tagged: Gannon A to Z

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Z is for zoology

Students who study biology must examine every living organism, from a single cell to the largest ecosystem – or all creatures great and small, as th...
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Y is for Yehl Ballroom

Club dances, faculty lectures, grad school fairs, concert band performances…they all happen in Gannon’s Yehl Ballroom. Its high ceilings, eleg...
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X is for shakeXperience

Whether you’re an expert in all things William Shakespeare or have only dabbled in his work, you’ll find Gannon’s shakeXperience worthwhile. The...
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W is for WERG

Walking along AJ’s Way or lounging in Waldron Campus Center, students and faculty are treated to alternative rock courtesy of Gannon’s student-run...
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V is for Victor E. Knight

KnightCallers, Knight Rider, MidKnight pancakes… Gannon’s Golden Knight mascot is a big part of the community. But who is the official golden knig...
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U is for undecided/undeclared

When you’re just starting out in college, it’s normal to be a little uncertain where you’re headed career-wise. In fact, 80 percent of college-b...
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T is for Totem

Totem, the university’s nationally recognized literary arts magazine, is a creative outlet for students and faculty alike. Published once a year, th...
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S is for Schuster

William M. Schuster, longtime patron of the arts and Gannon University, left an endowment in 1997 to benefit the arts on campus. These funds go toward...
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R is for “Resurrection”

Along AJ’s Way you’ll find a series of sculptures by Frederick Franck called “Resurrection.” Franck – a painter, sculptor and author of over...
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Q is for Quest

Last spring the Office of Alumni Services began mailing small plush versions of Gannon’s mascot to graduates all over the world. The project, called...