Posts Tagged ‘Kelsey Ghering’

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    Airborne Ebola virus remains a rumor

    Oct 29, 14 • 110 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Dr. Craig Spencer was hospitalized last week in New York after he contracted Ebola in Africa.  On Monday, a 5-year-old old boy suspected of having Ebola who had just got back from Guinea was tested for the virus and admitted to the same hospital where...

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    Ignorance left me with my own Ebola scare

    Oct 22, 14 • 188 Views • Kelsey GheringNo Comments

    by Ah, the joys of fall break: five days without class, scattered colors in the leaves, apple cider and Ebola.  Yes, Ebola.  After my dad carted me the hour and a half home with four of my siblings, including my screaming baby sister, one of the first...

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    Horses are taking over professors jobs of teaching

    Oct 8, 14 • 471 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by While studying animals, one of the challenges students face is that they can’t talk.  Reading animal body language is the closest they come to understanding the animal, which is something Gannon’s Equine Facilitated Communication course utilizes. The...

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    C.O.I.L. classes make international connections

    Oct 1, 14 • 369 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by As part of Gannon University’s commitment to globalized learning, the history and environmental science departments will be offering Collaborative Online International Learning (C.O.I.L.) courses this fall. Gannon professors are working in conjunction...

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    Schuster Theatre rakes in ‘Loot’

    Oct 1, 14 • 276 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by Gannon University’s Schuster Theatre opens with Joe Orton’s “Loot” as the first main stage show Thursday. As a farce, audiences can expect subtle jokes and satire. Paula Barrett, associate professor of theatre and director of “Loot,” said...

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    Student reflects summer spent in family business

    Sep 24, 14 • 334 Views • Kelsey GheringNo Comments

    by As I thought about writing a column for the first time this week, I decided with my usual sense of critique that I am undeniably boring.  I worked at my mom’s pharmacy over the summer and helped around the house.  Holy exciting summer, Batman! Even if...

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    Growing Readers Program recieves award

    Sep 24, 14 • 359 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by The Growing Readers Program, a volunteer program directed by Gannon University’s chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, was recognized by the society with a service award. Kappa Delta Pi, an International Education Honors Society, only presents four awards...

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    ‘Forum’ opens with comedy

    Apr 30, 14 • 2140 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by The Schuster Theatre’s spring musical, “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum,” is all comedy. The opening number is a tribute to the energy that continues throughout the rest of the show. The chorus is blatant about what to expect as the...

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    Three-week long festival kicks off

    Mar 12, 14 • 437 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by The first show for Gannon University’s Mini Fringe Festival proved serious and mildly silly.   Written by Mary Lee Richey, “Women Without Skin” looks at women in a range of relationships centering on a mother-daughter tie, played by Paula Barrett...

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    Fringe festival takes Erie

    Feb 26, 14 • 626 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by On March 10, classes resume, we’re 10 days closer to spring and the Schuster Theatre begins its annual Mini Fringe Festival. Made up of eight plays, one concert and one choral piece, the festival has scattered performances at different places, just like...