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Gannon holds competition for full scholarship

Feb 3 • 183 Views • No Comments on Gannon holds competition for full scholarship

by Gannon University held its sixth annual on-campus full-tuition scholarship competition Saturday. Eighty-seven students from California, Colorado, Illinois, Michigan,...

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12th annual Wellness Fair held on campus

by Gannon University’s health initiative, Good For U, hosted the 12th annual Wellness Fair Tuesday at the Recreation and Wellness Center....

Feb 3 • 135 Views

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Coffee connoisseur comes to Gannon

by Out of the Grey Coffee has been appearing in Gannon University cafés across the campus since the start of the spring semester. Jack...

Feb 3 • 266 Views

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Gannon brings all-you-can-eat pizza to campus

by Gannon University is set to host the eighth annual Ultimate Pizza Competition Tuesday. The competition will be held from 11 a.m. to 1...

Feb 3 • 149 Views

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Student sketches trials of study abroad

Feb 3 • 185 Views • No Comments on Student sketches trials of study abroad

by Disclaimer: I swear I am happy to be studying abroad in Ireland, but there is a less exciting and more realistic side that no one told me until I began the study...

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Students to help Erie veterans

by One of the problems Gannon University students encounter is dressing for the weather that comes along with attending...

Feb 3 • 103 Views

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Faculty speak on designing robotics workshop

by Two Gannon University professors will be spending their spring break in Jordan to assist in the development of a...

Feb 3 • 169 Views

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From West Africa to the States

by From Senegal to the U.S, Jean Yves “JY” Toupane, Gannon University’s 6-foot-7 forward, looks to finish his...

Feb 3 • 202 Views

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Fringe Fest Erie begins sixth annual season

Feb 3 • 81 Views • No Comments on Fringe Fest Erie begins sixth annual season

by Gannon University’s Schuster Theatre is hosting its sixth annual Fringe Fest now through Tuesday. All proceeds of the festival will benefit the Schuster Theatre’s...

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Art Club looking to recruit new members

by The Gannon University Art Club has been established for three years and is looking to boost its enrollment with the start of the new...

Feb 3 • 66 Views

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Schuster Theatre preps for ‘Lazarus Laughed’

by Life is filled with fears. A man named Lazarus, however, doesn’t seem to be afraid of anything. He simply laughs them away. Join this...

Feb 3 • 77 Views

Country artist Chase Rice to headline spring concert at Erie Insurance Arena

by Gannon University’s Activity Programming Board (APB) on Friday announced Chase Rice as the 2016 spring concert act. The concert will...

Feb 3 • 292 Views

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From West Africa to the States

Feb 3 • 202 Views • No Comments on From West Africa to the States

by From Senegal to the U.S, Jean Yves “JY” Toupane, Gannon University’s 6-foot-7 forward, looks to finish his senior campaign strong for the Knights’ men’s...

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Knights dive back into action

by The Gannon University men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams fell to Indiana, Pa., and Bloomsburg at the...

Feb 3 • 96 Views

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Football All- Americans at Gannon

by USA College Football All-America teams just got two new players. Gannon’s own Mike Zanders, a junior defensive...

Feb 3 • 148 Views

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Knights fall to IUP, Edinboro

by The Gannon men’s basketball team was back at it again Saturday night, taking on Indiana University of...

Feb 2 • 109 Views