Celebrating another year at home (at Gannon!)

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The first weekend of October is sure to be an exciting one here on campus. No, we’re not celebrating fall or the emergence of sweater weather (current forecast for Saturday: 80 degrees!) —it’s Homecoming! Homecoming is a time for current students and alumni alike to bond over their shared love of Gannon and celebrate together. […]

RUNDOWN: Coming home

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Sunday September 29th: The Activities Programming Board will be hosting a viewing of Iron Man 3 in Zurn at 4pm. Monday September 30th: Homecoming T-shirts will be on sale in Waldron Tuesday October 1st: There is a KnightLIFE meeting in Waldron from 5:30pm to 6:30pm. Wednesday October 2nd: Men’s soccer will be playing Bloomsburg at […]

Over the edge: an alumni blog

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Heather Neu is a 2007 alumna of Gannon University with a Bachelor of Arts in political science. After Gannon, Heather attended SUNY Buffalo School of Law, graduating with a Juris Doctorate in 2010.  Raise your hand if you knew that Gannon had an alumni association? A few people, cool. Cool, cool, cool. Now raise your hand if […]

Students dance to support sports teams

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Every great sports team has supporters: mascots and cheerleaders, fans and coaches. Gannon has all these and one more: a dance team. Gannon University’s dance team performs at sporting events throughout the year, helping to motivate the players and entertain the audience. The team can also be seen in Gannon’s homecoming parade, where they join […]

CLICK-WORTHY: Hungry for the Holidays

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With the holiday season right around the corner, Gannon has fostered the spirit of giving within the community and also begun preparations for one of the largest basketball tournaments in the area. Read the latest Gannon buzz in these links from local media. – While most people were gathered with their families and friends on […]

Blogger Feeling Nostalgic in November

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I cannot believe it’s already November. The holiday breaks are coming up and I am one step closer to graduation. It dawned on me the other day after a grueling week that we have to remember that while we are students and we are here to get a good education, we are allowed to have some […]

@GU: November Necessities at Gannon University

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November is a very busy month, just like most other months during the school year. While you’re busy at home, here’s a quick look at what we’re doing here on campus. – November 4th is Dr. Taylor’s Inauguration as the 7th President of Gannon University. At 10:30 a.m., the Inaugural Mass will be held at […]

Sci-Guy Braces for Something Wicked

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“By the pricking of my thumbs, something wicked this way comes.” This line from Shakespeare’s “Macbeth” pretty accurately describes my life at the moment. Between fall break and November 5th I have 4 midterms, a 10 minute psychology project, final preparations for and putting on Stage Fright and Homecoming. Add this to my already busy […]

Fall Break, Homecoming and Greek Theatre(?)

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It’s hard to believe that it’s October! You can definitely tell that it’s fall, but it’s still nice enough to walk around between classes. As it is now the middle of the semester, most of my classes are getting ready for midterm exams. While I’m not too worried about any particular exam, I know that […]