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If Tom Camillo could have any superpower, he would be invisible. At Gannon, his superpower is making your college decision as easy as possible. Read on to find out more about Gannon’s Senior Associate Director of Admissions. Hometown: Erie, Pa. High School: Cathedral Preparatory Favorite Movie: “Young Frankenstein”
The battle is on for the title of Gannon”s Ultimate Fave 2012. The first round of voting is underway and continues through Monday, March 12. We’ve paired up the 32 places with the most nominations submitted by Edge readers. The winner from each match-up will advance to the next round until only one place remains. […]
College makes a person independent in lots of ways, especially financially. Here are seven ways to break out of the poor college student stereotype: 1. If you’ve got it, use it. Freshmen are required to get a meal plan for either two or three meals a day. Eat on campus whenever you can and save […]
If you ask almost anyone on campus, “Who’s Dr. Ropski?,” they’ll probably be able to tell you he’s a well-loved, zany professor who has a passion for the environment and for Gannon students. However, while a lot of students know how successful Dr. Steve Ropski is in biological research, they might not know all of […]
The most distinguishing feature of Erie may be the sparkling waters of the lake that is the city’s namesake. And where the two Eries meet is one of the city’s most distinguishing attractions: the Lake Erie bayfront. Just a few blocks from Gannon’s campus, the bayfront offers lots of activities for all year round.
Warm temperatures, sparkling water and people in bathing suits may make you think of tropical destinations and sandy beaches. But in Erie, you can find all those things year-round at Splash Lagoon.The area’s only indoor water park, Splash Lagoon has many water slides, a lazy river, waterfalls and more. There’s also a gift shop and […]
Today, we’re launching another new blog on Edge. “Picture This” belongs to our photo and assistant video editor, Allison Kessler, a junior theatre and communication arts major. I just finished my sophomore year here at Gannon, and wow, it went fast. Like last summer, I am staying in Erie because there is so much more […]
Hey Guys! I’m glad it’s summertime — I am happy to be done with classes for a few months. Junior year was definitely tough, but I learned so much in the past year and have really grown as a person and a future nurse. I had two weeks of free time before I started my […]