Gannon arch puts university on map

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This article by Dan Kubacki originally published in The Gannon Knight on Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2012. It may not be the tallest structure, but it watches over students every day. Gannon University’s Seventh Street arch stands 20 feet above the road and stretches a 44-foot span between the columns. The steel and concrete structure serves as the median link […]

Gannon Takes Part in Recyclemania Challenge

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Edge and The Gannon Knight are teaming up to bring you periodic headlines from Gannon’s student-produced weekly newspaper. Check out this article by The Gannon Knight’s Tessy Pawlowski to see how Gannon is going green. The Gannon Goes Green committee wants everyone on campus to get manic about recycling. Recyclemania – the countrywide recycling initiative […]

Maroon, Gold and Green: Making GU 'Earth-Friendly'

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“Going green” has become immensely popular over the last few years, from celebrity endorsements to trendy shopping accessories to the realization that a little more eco-consciousness on everyone’s part actually can help the future of our planet. We are slowly evolving into a more earth-friendly society. Gannon has been doing its part to help mother […]