Tag Archives: Summer

How to spend your summers in Erie


The cast of the cinematic masterpiece “High School Musical 2” once exclaimed, “What time is it? Summertime!” With this in mind, summer is once again almost upon us. Surprisingly enough, many students choose to stay in Erie over the summer,

Lions, tigers and bears all at the Erie Zoo

Erie Zoo

Featured photo courtesy of the Erie Zoo With the weather slowly, but surely warming up in Erie, it’s time we shed our winter coats and venture outside to soak up the sun. What better way to appreciate nature than by

Summer of sci-fi


One of my favorite things about summer is the seemingly endless time available to “nerd-out” through books, movies and podcasts that I may have otherwise missed during the school year. This summer seemed to have even more for me to

Flip Flop Friday: The perfect day for a visit to Gannon


Experience Gannon; and feel more than just the lake effect. Erie has a lot going on this summer, and Gannon is right in the center of the action! Join us on July 12 or August 9 for a Flip Flop Friday where

New Student Orientation sessions are coming up!


Dear New Students: Welcome to the Gannon Community! We are glad you have chosen to attend Gannon University and we look forward to your arrival on campus for Summer Orientation 2013. Beginning your college experience can be very exciting but

Freshman year hits the home stretch


As the end of our last semester approaches, it’s safe to say that we have learned the ropes of college. The tough part now is to remain focused and not think too much about summer plans rather than school priorities.

Acing the summer job interview


Although it’s hard to imagine during these cold, blustery “spring” days, summer is just around the corner. With that in mind, it’s never too early to start thinking about summer employment. Not to sound like a nagging mother, but it’s

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 weeklong theatre camp for high school students is put on by the Department of Theatre, Communication and Fine

New directions at student orientation


Excerpt from Gannon Magazine, Summer 2012, by John Chacona Ashley Dolnack is tall and has a fearlessly outgoing personality, a forceful speaking voice and a talent for using it while walking backwards. This is an unusual skill set, to be sure,

My life is more interesting in pictures


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.