1,000 Words: Breaking Free

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Whatever’s stressing you out – just take a deep breath and jump in 🙂 This photo was snapped during a trip to Dobbins Landing with friends. Gannon students – have a photo you’d like to share in our 1000 words series? E-mail us at edge@gannon.edu.– -Photo by Lindsey Kurtz

Helping Haiti: Gannon’s Cara Black on Call as Translator for Orphans

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When news of Tuesday’s 7.0-magnitude earthquake in Port-au-Prince reached Gannon University senior occupational therapy major Cara Black, she said she was deeply distressed – but willing to do whatever she could to help. Black will be featured at 7 p.m. tonight on Channel 35 WSEE in Erie’s Haitian earthquake relief telethon – along with fellow […]

J-School Cool: Queen of the Kitchen Combats Stress

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Finals week is fast approaching, meaning my to do list grows while my time spent sleeping dwindles. Nevertheless, I try to make time to keep my wits about me (I am a columnist and blogger, after all) by spending time doing something I love: cooking. Perhaps the “Queen of the Kitchen” headline is misleading – […]

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 […]

1,000 Words: Nap Time at the Erie Zoo

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This polar bear and the Erie Zoo are each preparing for a long winter’s nap. So if you want to check out the zoo, get there quick – it will be closing for winter on Nov. 30! The zoo will reopen March 1, and the polar bear will once again be ready for fun. – […]

Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week

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Finding a school with solid roots in social justice and activism will provide you with many life skills and opportunities to make a difference. Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week, a national event sponsored at Gannon by the Center for Social Concerns and the Social Concerns Club, is one of many social justice projects students can […]