1,000 Words: An Urban Escape

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One of the best things about Gannon’s location in Erie is the city atmosphere. But if you need a break from the city life, there are many nearby places you can go for a more rural vibe. For example: Wintergreen Gorge. Located off of East 38th St., Wintergreen Gorge is a short drive away from […]

1,000 Words: Jumping into the Next Chapter

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Although graduation has been a recurring theme lately here at Edge – I’m going to take one last moment to touch on it. It seems like yesterday I stumbled onto this campus, wide-eyed and terrified that I didn’t know a single person in the entire school. That quickly changed and I soon had more friends […]

1,000 Words: Schuster Theatre Goes Celtic with ‘Camelot’

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Join the knights of the roundtable in Gannon University Schuster Theatre’s production of “Camelot.” The show runs April 14-16 and April 28-30 at 8 p.m. and April 17 and May 1 at 2 p.m. Reservations can be made by calling the box office at (814) 871-7494, and are free with student ID. Photos by Carly […]

1,000 Words: TWLOHA’s Rene Yohe Inspires GU Students

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Gannon’s Activities Programming Board brings several speakers to campus each school year — from business professionals, to performers and inspirational seminars, there is something for everyone. Students are encouraged to get involved with APB to work on programming for the Gannon community. Pictured above is Renee Yohe, who inspired the To Write Love on Her […]

1,000 Words: Gannon’s Newest Residence Hall

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Gannon’s newest residence hall, located at 147 W. Fourth St., is well on its way being completed for the Fall 2011 semester. The 100,000 square foot, five-story building will house both upperclassmen and freshmen. Interested in seeing how the construction is going on a day-to-day basis? Check out http://www.gannon.edu/newreshall for the latest news on the […]

1,000 Words: Schuster Theatre Revolves Around the Sun

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During the fall semester, students rehearsed and performed Bertolt Brecht’s “Galileo,” which was presented by Gannon University’s Schuster Theatre. The show tells the story Galileo, of one of the greatest Italian scientists and astronomers. It depicts the struggles Galileo faced in presenting his discoveries to the world. The Schuster Theatre is home to several shows during […]

1,000 Words: Breaking Free

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Whatever’s stressing you out – just take a deep breath and jump in 🙂 This photo was snapped during a trip to Dobbins Landing with friends. Gannon students – have a photo you’d like to share in our 1000 words series? E-mail us at edge@gannon.edu.– -Photo by Lindsey Kurtz

1,000 Words: Nap Time at the Erie Zoo

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This polar bear and the Erie Zoo are each preparing for a long winter’s nap. So if you want to check out the zoo, get there quick – it will be closing for winter on Nov. 30! The zoo will reopen March 1, and the polar bear will once again be ready for fun. – […]