Reel Experience on a Realistic Budget

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If you have ever listened to an average college student, there are two phrases that you have probably heard: “I’m bored,” and more often, “I’m broke!” There are lots of ways to combat the two dreaded “B-words” around Erie, but one of Gannon students’ favorite places to spend their free time and not too much of […]

Blogger Feeling Nostalgic in November

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I cannot believe it’s already November. The holiday breaks are coming up and I am one step closer to graduation. It dawned on me the other day after a grueling week that we have to remember that while we are students and we are here to get a good education, we are allowed to have some […]

@GU: November Necessities at Gannon University

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November is a very busy month, just like most other months during the school year. While you’re busy at home, here’s a quick look at what we’re doing here on campus. – November 4th is Dr. Taylor’s Inauguration as the 7th President of Gannon University. At 10:30 a.m., the Inaugural Mass will be held at […]

1,000 Words: A Bite of the Big Apple

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This is the canopy of the GE Building at 30 Rockefeller Plaza in New York City, home to the many television shows produced by NBC. After I attended the New York City trip hosted by the Activities Programming Board at Gannon, I told my family that was where I wanted to go for vacation. And […]

@GU: October Stuff You Don’t Want to Miss

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When October rolls around, it means all sorts of fall activities start happening here on campus.  No matter your interests, you can definitely find something on campus that you’ll enjoy doing this month.  Here’s a quick look at some of the many things that are occurring on campus.

Prep U for GU: Gannon (K)night Life

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If you plan to spend weekends on campus, there are many activities to keep you entertained.  Between the Activities Programming Board, sporting events and KnightLIFE, there are numerous events available every weekend for you to have fun. Activities Programming Board (APB) is one of the organizations on campus responsible for bringing many events to campus. […]

Click Thru GU: Waldron Campus Center

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Waldron is one of the busiest buildings on campus. Here, you’ll find three dining options (the Cafeteria, Doc’s Landing and Knight’s Cove) and several offices (Activities Programing Board, Student Government Association, Student Office of Leadership Development, Service Learning, Campus Ministry and Center for Social Concerns). There’s also the power room downstairs and a game room […]

Prep U for GU: Getting Involved

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During your first few weeks on campus, you’ll find that there is so much more to do at Gannon than sitting in your dorm room or watching TV. There are many clubs and organizations you can join on campus that can cure any case of boredom. When you first get to campus and get settled […]

Prep U for GU: Start the Semester at Preview GU

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For some people, nothing is scarier than the unfamiliar. We get comfortable in our high school surroundings, and moving on into college can be difficult. That’s why Gannon hosts a three-day event at the beginning of each school year called Preview GU. It’s basically a crash course on everything Gannon. And when I say everything, […]

APB Readies for Annual Springtopia

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Gannon University’s annual Springtopia celebration will return next week with a “Carnival” theme. Lauren Franssen, the special events co-chair for the Activities Programming Board, said the plan is to bring fun to campus for a whole week while having multiple chances to win free prizes. Franssen, who helped plan Springtopia, said that on Sunday at […]