By now, dear reader, you ought to know me. I’m a writer, music enthusiast, hater of haunted houses and a bit of a food connoisseur. What you may not know about me is that I’m also a maître de la romance. For those who don’t speak the language of love, that’s a “master of romance.” […]
Winter has arrived on campus and, of course, brought lots of social media buzz with it. We searched Yik Yak for the best reactions – reyaktions? – to Gannon’s first snowfall. Here are 11 people who are embracing the latest weather. (Or, you know, not.) 1. This cuddler 2. This person who’s […]
In part 2 of a series of photos, Zak Westfall highlights the beauty that can be found in Erie’s winters.
We all know the statue by Waldron, but what does it look like when it’s covered in snow? Edge staffer Allison Kessler took this photo as the snow was coming down on a joyous Friday afternoon. Enjoy, friends.
‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all thro’ the ‘partment Not a pencil was stirring, not even a parchment; Laptops were logged on to Angel with care, In hopes that our grades soon would be there; My roommates were nestled all snug in their beds, While visions of A-plusses danc’d in their heads, With books […]
It’s easy to look outside and feel gloomy when you see snow, but don’t you remember the days of yesteryear when the snow meant glorious activities with all your friends? Gannon has snow and with snow comes opportunities. Here are 10 ways to have fun in the snow. 10. Snowball Fight. There’s something classic about […]
Chances are, you will have some spare time between classes or meetings. Instead of sitting idly around during those breaks, Gannon has several unique ways to kill an hour – which we’ve listed for you in no particular order 🙂
It’s 6 p.m. on a Wednesday evening – what are you doing? While many of us are eating dinner or starting that philosophy homework, 53 lucky Gannon University students are arriving at Holiday Valley, a ski resort in New York for their weekly skiing class. The six-hour class, taught by Abbey Bower, Ph.D., of the […]
It’s true, Erie winters are often cold and snowy, but Gannon students make the best of it! Nobody knows our campus better than the Gannon Guides, the dedicated students who give tours to visiting families like yours. They know how to fend off the winter blues. So, we asked them how they get through the […]