Erie A to Z: Bayhawks

Erie’s abundance of minor league sports offers entertainment for all kinds of sports fans. Hockey fans have the Erie Otters, baseball fans have the Erie Seawolves and basketball fans have the Bayhawks. The Erie Bayhawks are the local NBA Development League team based in downtown Erie. The team is known for once having Jeremy Lin on its team, and rosters an exciting …

REDACTED: Just a man and a clown

“It’s a show about a man and a clown.” Lots of people are getting stressed out this time of year. Some people meditate to relax, some people go running, and some people just read a book. I relax by acting. I find comfort in taking on another character, another persona, and letting everything out in that moment. For the Fringe …

Erie A to Z: Asbury Woods

Asbury Woods, a local nature park and outdoor trail network, is located at 4105 Asbury Road Erie, PA 16506, and all the trails are open during daylight hours. Not only is it a great place to exercise away from campus, but it gives students the ability to see a side of Erie away from concrete slabs and busy streets. For you nature lovers …

[REDACTED]: I Guess I’m a Writer Now

I never considered myself to be a writer. For years, I would fruitlessly attempt to put down words to a page. I’m an actor at the Schuster Theatre – so words mean a lot to me – but I’ve always struggled to create from nothing. Writing is difficult for a number of reasons – clarity of thought, appropriate use of …

Edge Radio – Fringe Fest Erie 2015

For the second installment of Edge Radio, I went to the office of Jax Kubiak (technical director of the Schuster Theatre and producer of Fringe Fest Erie) to talk about the exciting month of theatre ahead for our community. Go to www.gannon.edu/schustertheatre for more information!

How ‘Any.Do’ can make you a better student

Like many college students, I struggle with time management. I feel as though there are a million things on my plate at any given time, and remembering every single task, meeting, assignment and event seems to be a Sisyphean ordeal. I tried writing down things in a planner, but I’d often forget to bring it with me. I tried updating …

5 reasons why you should check out Gannon’s accounting major

1. Dozens of career paths. Students who study accounting can go on to become auditors, business consultants, financial planners, forensic accountants, tax attorneys, tax preparers/planners, budget analysts, FBI special agents, financial accountants, internal auditors, internal revenue agents or managerial accountants. The “possibilities” are endless.   2. A growing field. Accounting is a valuable tool in the business world, and it’s estimated that …

Text my Facebook and tweet me on Google+

Dear [Redacted] readers: Thank you for trying to get in touch with me. Unfortunately, you failed to follow protocol. I’ve come up with a list of digital prioritization to let people know how to contact me (or really anyone). Phone call: Only use this if a) you’re dying, b) you need something right this second or c) we already discussed …

The Squid and the Bumblebee: A [redacted] parable

We go to a Catholic university, so we’re used to hearing parables (short stories that mean something else). I’m now going to tell you one that has to do with two friends: the bumblebee and the squid. Note: Names have been removed to protect those involved. Any resemblance to people (or animals) living or dead is purely coincidental. Especially you, …