So you’re walking to class, listening to “1989,” when suddenly, you’re struck with a familiar pain. No, it can’t be – lunch is an hour and 20 minutes away! You double over in hunger like werewolf during a full moon and let out a distinguished howl. Luckily, you have some options, which is why I […]
Monday, August 26 8 a.m. – 10 a.m. | Breakfast | Beyer Hall Cafeteria/Club LaRiccia 9:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. | New Student Orientation Make Up | Waldron Campus Center, Room 219 As a new college student you will experience many changes in your life and this orientation will help answer your initial questions and concerns. […]
From 1933 to 1956, Msgr. Joseph J. “Doc” Wehrle served as Gannon’s first president. He played an integral role in the university’s advancement, putting in hard work and overcoming immense challenges to make Gannon the place it is today. During his time as president, the school acquired the Strong Mansion, now known as Old Main. […]
Introducing Edge’s newest blog, “The Word,” by April Shernisky, Class of 2015. April is a journalism communications major from Hermitage, Pa. Her blog is inspired by her favorite “Colbert Report” segment of the same name. Today’s word: déjà vu I was eleven years old the first time I stepped foot on Gannon’s campus. We were […]
Your votes on Facebook have narrowed the field in Edge’s GU Cribs contest. Check out each of the four finalists and like your favorite to cast your vote for the best freshman room on campus. Click in to see which rooms made it to the final four!
Now that our freshman class has had a chance to settle in and customize their living spaces, we’re hosting a contest to find the best freshman room on campus. Freshman residents of Wehrle, Finegan and North Hall can enter by emailing a photo of their bedroom to email@example.com by Friday, September 30, 2011. And it’s […]
Wehrle Hall, one of the on-campus residence halls that houses freshmen, is located right across the street from the Nash Library. Finegan Hall, another freshman residence hall, is just a block away. Both halls include free laundry, vending machines and lounges. Coming this fall, some freshmen and upperclassmen will live in the new residence being […]
These days, the leaves have gone from a vibrant, life-filled green to a variety of shades of red, orange and brown that many of us probably have not had the time to sit back and enjoy. We have, however, had the time to realize one thing quite suddenly – winter is on its way. With […]