Prep U for GU: Res Hall Recipes

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Most college residence halls do not come equipped with full kitchen equipment. This is true of Gannon, however Gannon equips each residence hall room with a micro-fridge, saving freshmen the hassle of lugging one to college with them. While these microwave-refrigerator combinations won’t allow you to make five-star cuisine, you might be surprised to learn […]

College Search 101: Editors Offer Advice

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May is upon us, and it’s the end of our school year here at Gannon. We decided to do things a little differently for our final College Search 101. We thought the bulleted list was nice, but that it would be even better to get some first-hand opinions from our editorial board about the most […]

VIDEO Q & A: Carol Hayes Talks College Essays

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What’s the difference between writing in high school and writing in college? And what are some tips for writing great college application essays? Get answers from Carol Hayes, an English instructor at Gannon. Rock the vote — for Gannon’s Ultimate Fave!

GUEST BLOG: College To-Do List w/ Phil Zimmerly ’05

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Phil Zimmerly is originally from DuBois, Pa. where he attended DuBois Central Catholic. After graduating from Gannon with an English degree in 2005, he studied at the University of Alabama School of Law. Currently, Phil is a law clerk to United States District Court Chief Judge Yvette Kane. Just about to start your college career? […]

Perfection Isn’t Everything, Just Most of It

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I’m a perfectionist. Now, don’t misunderstand me. I am by no means claiming to be perfect, I just have anal-retentive and OCD tendencies… such as checking the dictionary to make sure anal-retentive has a hyphen, then Googling it to double check. I just like things to be in order.

Day with the Dean (Humanities, Education and Social Sciences)

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Gannon is hosting a Day with the Dean of the College of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences on Friday, April 9th. It’s a chance for you and your parents to visit Gannon and get a first-hand look at everything these programs have to offer. Registration will begin at 9:30 am with the welcome beginning promptly […]

Students Hit the Slopes for Fun – and for Credit

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It’s 6 p.m. on a Wednesday evening – what are you doing? While many of us are eating dinner or starting that philosophy homework, 53 lucky Gannon University students are arriving at Holiday Valley, a ski resort in New York for their weekly skiing class. The six-hour class, taught by Abbey Bower, Ph.D., of the […]

Gannon Celebrates Faith During National Catholic Colleges Week

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Gannon is marking National Catholic Colleges Week with plenty of events, including a presentation called “Sharing the Journey.” The presentation, scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Monday,  features Edge staffer Kelly Miele, senior English/secondary education major, discussing her spiritual development at GU. Get the complete schedule of Gannon’s National Catholic Colleges Week here.

Edgar Allan Poe is Alive and Well at the Schuster Theatre

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Talent, literature, and appeal were the driving factors behind The Rev. Shawn Clerkin’s  choosing of “Nevermore” as the most recent musical production on the Schuster Theater stage. Nevermore is a musical based on the last few hours Edgar Allan Poe spent alive. It incorporates many of his works into the show as well as the […]

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 […]