Summer Fundays Countdown: #3

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The most distinguishing feature of Erie may be the sparkling waters of the lake that is the city’s namesake. And where the two Eries meet is one of the city’s most distinguishing attractions: the Lake Erie bayfront. Just a few blocks from Gannon’s campus, the bayfront offers lots of activities for all year round.

Acting and Unwinding in Erie This Summer

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Today, we’re launching another new blog on Edge. “Picture This” belongs to our photo and assistant video editor, Allison Kessler, a junior theatre and communication arts major. I just finished my sophomore year here at Gannon, and wow, it went fast. Like last summer, I am staying in Erie because there is so much more […]

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

Student Voices: No Winter Blues for Gannon Guides

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It’s true, Erie winters are often cold and snowy, but Gannon students make the best of it! Nobody knows our campus better than the Gannon Guides, the dedicated students who give tours to visiting families like yours.  They know how to fend off the winter blues. So, we asked them how they get through the […]

Erie History Mystery: Who is Daniel Dobbins?

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Erie is heaven for history buffs. Lighthouses, railways, Victorian mansions and even a naval brig from the War of 1812 serve as reminders of Erie days gone by. People in the area encounter names from Erie’s rich history every day — often without realizing the significant contributions of the namesakes. We at Edge — inquisitive […]

Hoist the “Green” Sails on the Environaut

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Getting hands-on experience is a major part of the educational process – especially as a college student. At Gannon, students in the field of environmental science, biology and other related majors have the luxury of using the Environaut, Gannon’s own research vessel. The Environaut gives students a chance to learn how aquatic and environmental life […]

Student Voices: Where's Your Favorite Place to Study?

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Last week, Edge staffers went backstage at Gannon’s Schuster Theatre to catch up with cast members of  “Dancing at Lughnasa.” They’re actors, but they’re also students. In addition to learning lines and blocking, they’ve got to study, too. So, we wanted to know: “When you’re not rehearsing, where’s your favorite place to study?”