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VIDEO: Take a hyperlapse tour of the new Center for Communication and the Arts

Center for Communication and the Arts

Have you had a chance to check out the NEW Center for Communication and the Arts? Get a sneak peak with this hyperlapse video.

Introducing Edge Radio: Episode 1 – Fr. Shawn Clerkin


Michael Haas sits down with Fr. Shawn Clerkin and talks theatre, Ireland and Bart Simpson.

What happened on the way to the forum with Rev. Shawn Clerkin


Photo courtesy of Rick Klein If you’ve been around the Schuster Theatre, chances are you’ve come across Father Shawn Clerkin. Father Shawn, the Director of Theater for Gannon University, is one of the more colorful faculty members at the school.

Getting my foot in the door at the Olivier Awards

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College is all about having once-in-a-lifetime opportunities. Being a college student means that more options are available to you to try amazing things and fulfill some of the things you’ve hoped and dreamed about for years. It takes a lot

Introducing the new School of Communication and the Arts


Gannon University has announced the creation of the School of Communication and the Arts in the College of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences. The School will co-locate and integrate current and emerging programs in human communication studies, media studies, and

The view from the director’s chair


“All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players. They have their exits and their entrances, and one man in his time plays many parts.” Of course those players wouldn’t know what their entrances and exits

The Schuster Theatre sends out a call for dawns

Calling All Dawns

Fringe Fest Erie presents amazing opportunities for Gannon students and community members to engage in theatre in new and unique ways. This year, the first choral piece ever performed in the festival will take place– and it’s in 12 different

‘A Trois’ stresses concrete relationship issues in an abstract world

A Trois

We interact with people in life in a variety of ways. Friendships are important on so many levels, but a lot of people tend to place more emphasis on romantic relationships. These are the people we come to know closely

The art styles of downtown Erie

Erie Arts

Ask anyone involved in the arts in some way, shape or form about the importance of local arts and entertainment, and they will speak until they’re blue in the face. Fortunately, that is not what I’m here to do. Rather,

‘Termination’ tackles serious issue at the Schuster Theatre

The TErmination

Imagine a world where you needed to apply for a suicide. You would travel to a government owned Suicide Center, fill out stacks of paperwork (similar to filing out mortgages or taxes), and then choose the method in which you