Emotions of Graduating (as Told by Memes)

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Graduating from college is a big ol’ mixed bag of emotions. You’ve spent the last four (or maybe five or six or seven–no judging!) years at a place you now call home. Now that you’re finally prepping for departure and going off into the real world, you may feel an onslaught of bittersweet feelings. And […]

Crafting My First Script

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As previous articles may have mentioned, Gannon Universtiy offered a screenwriting course this semester. A big part of the class has been learning how to create a full script. We’ve been working our way up to it, from a few sample scenes, to 6 full pages, to our final 30 page script at the end […]

The Ways College is like Playing Pokemon

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Pokemon: It’s a classic game that almost all of us played on the Gameboy during our childhood. It was the wonderful 2D adventure involving a young adventurer and his super-powered animal companions. It could be both incredibly fun and frustratingly tedious. In the end, it’s a game that most remember fondly. It also parallels the […]

Gabe’s Observations

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Being a 19-year-old freshman in college, I have experienced many new and interesting things in my first year of school here at Gannon University. These experiences have been fun, interesting and weird.  When asked to do a recurring piece for Edge, I couldn’t think of what to write about. Should I write about my experiences […]
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GUStaff: Summer Happenings

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With the school year coming to a close and less than one month left of classes this semester, people are already planning the trips and activities they will be doing this summer. Many students on campus have plans that range from going to new and exotic places, seeing a concert, or just taking time to […]

Writer’s Block: I Am Not Funny

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I am not a funny person. Well, I guess that depends on who you ask. Plenty of people laugh at (but not with) me. I’m sure if you asked my mom, she’d say I was funny. But as a general rule, I just don’t think I have what it takes to be the class clown. […]
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Gannon’s Gulf Coast Guide: Serving & Inspiring

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In the Occupational Therapy Doctorate program, we are required to complete a level I fieldwork relating to the area of occupational therapy currently being studied.  We have been placed at local and national organizations, giving us unique opportunities to reach out to the community around the Ruskin campus while supporting the Gannon University mission. In […]

Learning the music for Evita is hard. What does this mean for my career as an educator?

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This spring at Gannon University, the theater department decided to be ambitious enough to put together Andrew Lloyd Weber’s acclaimed musical Evita. I was cast in the ensemble in this production. After the first vocal rehearsal, I realized that this production features incredibly complex music with insane time signature and key changes. The music also features […]
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