10 Ways to Kill an Hour on Campus

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Chances are, you will have some spare time between classes or meetings. Instead of sitting idly around during those breaks, Gannon has several unique ways to kill an hour – which we’ve listed for you in no particular order 🙂

Engineering & Business Day Comes to Campus March 26

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Are you going to be an engineering or business major? Whether you’re 100 percent sure you want to study business or engineering or undecided and want to learn more about these majors, visit Gannon’s Engineering and Business Day. On Friday, March 26, the College of Engineering and Business will offer an interactive day for high […]

Freshmen Dive In to First-Year Experience

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First-year students at Gannon may be wondering what can help them ease into college classes, work and life in general.  Gannon’s newest edition to the freshman program – called the “First-Year Experience,” is here to help. But the First-Year Experience encompasses more than a single class or activity. Gerry Miele, director of new student services, […]

Money Talks: What to Do with Yours at Gannon University

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When preparing for college, organizing finances probably falls somewhere below buying towels on an incoming freshman’s priority list – but it deserves more thought than linens. Taking care of finances before coming to college is essential, said Renee Huefner, assistant director of financial aid at Gannon. Many local banks may not have branches in Erie, […]

Honors Program Bonds Bright Minds

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You may have heard about Gannon’s Honors Program – you may have even been told you qualify. But what does that mean for you? Does this mean exams more often? Is the workload more than it is for non-honors classes? Are specialized classes offered for each major? Are there extra classes students have to take […]

Honors Society Takes a Walk on the 'WLD' Side

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Starbucks, homework and a football game are all common activities for a college student’s Saturday afternoon – not horseback riding, archery and a low ropes course. On Sept. 26, 19 students from Gannon’s chapter of Phi Eta Sigma were able to forgo the typical Saturday morning routine and partake in outdoor team-building activities at the […]

Student Fave: Students Find Home Away From Home at Local Eatery

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There’s nothing better on a lazy Sunday than a nice warm breakfast with friends to ease the pain of the end-of-the-weekend homework crunch. That is exactly what The Sidewalk Café offers. Tucked away at 26 N. Park Row, just a few blocks from Gannon’s residence halls, lies Erie’s quaint eatery adorned with photos from local […]

Gannon Athlete Balances Team, Academics, Activities

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Mitch Meighen, a junior English/secondary education major, has perfected the three-way balance between academics, sports and co-curricular activities. Meighen began swimming at Gannon University during his freshman year, after swimming throughout high school for Bethel Park Senior High School. During his freshman and sophomore years, Meighen competed in the men’s 200 and 500 free, men’s […]