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2017

26

Mar

BOOKS EDUCATION RESOURCE ROOM

The Education Resource Room

One thing I really like about being an education major here at Gannon is that you have the opportunity to begin fieldwork as early as your freshman year. In fact, Gannon requires me to have more field work hours than the Pennsylvania Department of Education does so I am more prepared for student teaching and […]

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25

Mar

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Breaking Bad habits…

We all have them and we all love to hate them. Bad habits can be hard to break, but not impossible. I am here to tell you that there is a light at the end of the tunnel. Every one has bad habits and I mean everyone. Whether its nail biting or chewing on pencils […]

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24

Mar

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Dear Emma: Relationship Advice Column–Part 2

Dear Emma: What advice do you have for a hopeless romantic in today’s world where hookups and “talking” are becoming popular? –Searching for Long-Term Dear Searching for Long-Term: It sounds like you could use a Hallmark movie right about now, but seriously, I understand your frustration. It’s hard to read people and know what they […]

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23

Mar

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All Miller No Filler: Life (and More College) After College

So in keeping with the name of this cleverly titled blog which will hopefully actually be recurring enough during my last few weeks at Gannon to warrant the snappy title, I’m going to cut the chase. No filler, as it were. As a senior in my final semester, I’ve had to think a lot about […]

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23

Mar

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Garbage Shamrock!

If any of have ever had to pick up trash after a garbage bag ripped while you were walking to the garbage can, you know the struggle of picking up the filth that you have accumulated that week. Well on Wednesday I had to take trash from multiple academic buildings around campus (thanks Palumbo and […]

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21

Mar

21

Mar

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Playlist: WERG Classics

One of my favorite activities on campus was being an on-air personality for WERG. I hosted an air shift where I announced songs, performed music news updates and even voiced a promo. One thing I really liked was that I was able to voice-track a show in advance so I could fit this into my schedule. […]

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20

Mar

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A Open Letter For the Struggling Student

For anyone who is struggling this semester – this is for you. I know you may feel tired or lost. It happens to the best of us. Actually, it happens to all of us at least once in our lives. You have no idea how to fix things and that’s okay. No one has all […]

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20

Mar

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Other Side: Beating Burnout

One of the most challenging aspects of being a fieldwork student or unpaid intern is the continuous pressure to be “proving yourself.” I found that during my level 2 fieldwork experiences, I would constantly be pushing myself physically, mentally, and emotionally. I wanted to prove to my clinical instructors and other members of the staff […]

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17

Mar

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A Wholesome Saint Patrick’s Day Guide

Saint Patrick’s day is a notorious holiday on college campuses throughout the nation. It is that one day you get a bunch of people without any Irish heritage together dressed in all green and celebrate. Don’t get me wrong, there is nothing wrong with being Irish on Saint Patrick’s Day (even if you don’t have […]

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