Fraternity Reunion Leads to Endowment for Gannon University Students

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Alumni from Gannon University’s chapter of the Pi Kappa Alpha (PKA) fraternity, the Epsilon Upsilon chapter, established an endowed scholarship that will benefit current fraternity members who maintain a 3.0 grade-point average. The Pi Kappa Alpha Endowed “Power” Scholarship will consist of $75,000 raised by the alumni of the Gannon PKA chapter that will be […]

Last Greek standing: My first Greek Week

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When I first joined a sorority, I knew there would be certain requirements – service hours to fulfill, meetings to attend, recruitment events to host. I never thought one of these requirements would be dancing in a Mrs. Potato Head costume to Spice Girls and other songs from my childhood. No, I haven’t finally cracked […]

New beginnings with sorority recruitment weekend

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During the week of Jan. 22-28, a very important event is highlighted on every girl’s social calendar: sorority recruitment. Like them or not, fraternities and sororities play an important part in college life. They organize social events, provide community service and offer a sense of school spirit. Like many other girls at Gannon, I put […]

Students bringing new fraternity to campus

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There’s a new triad of Greek letters coming to the Gannon University campus. A group of male students headed by Robert Fisher and Andrew Fenstermacher have spent the past few months conducting interviews, submitting paperwork and spreading the word for their efforts to start a new chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon at Gannon. At present […]

ASK EDGE: Student Questions, Student Answers

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Got a question for Edge’s student editors? Drop us a line via Twitter @gannonedge, Facebook or email at edge@gannon.edu. Or, if you’re on campus for a visit, submit your questions in the Office of Admissions. Paul from Kentucky asks: “What does Gannon do to ensure that the students feel safe when walking to class after […]

Spirit of Service Guides Edge Editor-in-Chief

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I started off my life in the medical field by working as a volunteer Emergency Medical Technician and firefighter in my hometown. I started when I was 14 years old, so community service isn’t a foreign concept for me. I truly love helping people and helping them through their time of need. When I came […]

What I Like (and Don’t) About This Semester

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It’s only the first full week of classes and I can already see that this semester is going to be a little bit crazy. Between a full credit load of nursing classes, being editor-in-chief of Edge, holding the presidency of my fraternity Zeta Beta Tau and trying to maintain some sort of social life, I’m […]

Prep U for GU: Getting Involved

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During your first few weeks on campus, you’ll find that there is so much more to do at Gannon than sitting in your dorm room or watching TV. There are many clubs and organizations you can join on campus that can cure any case of boredom. When you first get to campus and get settled […]