5 things we saw on GIVE Day

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More than a thousand students participated in the 15th annual GIVE Day on Sept. 15. Here are 5 things the Edge editorial board saw on GIVE Day.    

Being busy is a welcome change

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I’ve only been back on campus for two weeks and I’m already as busy as I could possibly be. I’m taking a pretty full class schedule this semester, plus my responsibilities to Alpha Psi Omega and Gamma Sigma Sigma, plus being involved in the first Schuster Theatre production of the season, “Lives of the Saints.” […]

All the world’s a stage in Alpha Psi Omega

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If this title adage from William Shakespeare is true, then the members of the honors theatre society Alpha Psi Omega (APO) are vying for the lead roles. First established at Fairmont State College, APO has been furthering the theatrical arts since 1925. Members of Gannon’s Kappa Beta cast – the fraternity uses theatre terms to […]

@GU: Break away from studies for fun-filled February

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The semester is well underway and we’re beginning to feel the time crunch. We have to remember to drag ourselves out of the library and shut the books for at least an hour. To help, here’s a list of things going on in and around campus this month. – The Activities Programming Board (APB) has […]

Alumna affirms her belief in the possibilities

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I’ve always considered “Believe in the Possibilities” to be Gannon’s slogan — the phrase used to describe what the school’s mission is all about. Little did I know that even after graduation, that phrase would still hold true for what the future has in store for me. I graduated from Gannon in May 2011 with […]

@GU: January events kick off the year

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Welcome to a new semester! January is here and classes resume on Monday, January 9th. – On Wednesday, January 11th, be sure to check out the Gannon Knights and Lady Knights basketball teams as they take on the Edinboro University Fighting Scots. The ladies play at 5:30 p.m. in the Hammermill Center followed by a […]

Students Inherit the Spirit of Giving

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Every year on campus, Gannon participates in Hunger and Homelessness Week, a week on campus to raise awareness for those in need in our community. This year, Gannon joined hands with Catholic Charities and Second Harvest Food Bank to create a great new experience for students and the community. Each on campus organization had the […]

Sci-Guy Braces for Something Wicked

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“By the pricking of my thumbs, something wicked this way comes.” This line from Shakespeare’s “Macbeth” pretty accurately describes my life at the moment. Between fall break and November 5th I have 4 midterms, a 10 minute psychology project, final preparations for and putting on Stage Fright and Homecoming. Add this to my already busy […]

Fall Break, Homecoming and Greek Theatre(?)

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It’s hard to believe that it’s October! You can definitely tell that it’s fall, but it’s still nice enough to walk around between classes. As it is now the middle of the semester, most of my classes are getting ready for midterm exams. While I’m not too worried about any particular exam, I know that […]

Gannon Actors Heading to Scotland

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This August, members of the theatre department at Gannon University are going to Scotland. A group of about 15 students (including me!), graduates and professors are trekking across the pond to participate in the 2011 Fringe Festival in Edinburgh. Every year, thousands of performers and artists flock to this international hot spot to share their […]