Navigating the Path to Grad School: A Glimpse into the Gannon SSS Trio Experience in North Carolina

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Members of Gannon University’s Student Support Services (SSS) Trio spent spring break learning, exploring and building professional networks during the annual graduate school visit trip. The trip aimed to provide students with practical insights into the crucial next phase of academic life and fostering an environment of learning, collaboration and professional development. This immersive trip […]

 Get Ready! The 4 Important Changes You Need to Know About the 2024-25 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

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As we approach the opening of the 2024-25 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as college students, it is imperative to underscore the significance of upcoming changes that will impact the financial aid application process in general. In this article, we will discuss four crucial changes that you need to be aware of as […]

The insider’s guide to Navigating Student Employment on Campus: how to secure and retain a meaningful position

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Working on campus can be a valuable and rewarding aspect of your college experience. It provides an opportunity to gain practical skills, earn income, and develop professional connections. However, it’s essential to navigate the competitive job market effectively and retain your position once you secure it. In this article, I will guide you through the […]

My First Hackathon Adventure

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This past weekend I was invited to attend PennApps, the world’s first collegiate hackathon at the University of Pennsylvania. This event of high-caffeinated coding was about bringing software and hardware ideas to life! I spent 36 hours coding, hacking, learning, and networking with fellow hackers, sponsors, and organizers of the event. I learned a lot […]

Meet a Golden Knight: Dr. Walter Iwanenko Part 2 (Rocket Fire)

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For this week’s Meet a Golden Knight series, meet the eighth president of Gannon University, Dr. Walter Iwanenko. In early June, we sat down with Dr. Iwanenko to learn about his personal journey that has led him to becoming a university president and got a glimpse into his aspirations for the university’s future. Watch a […]

Meet a Golden Knight: Dr. Walter Iwanenko Part 1

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For this week’s Meet a Golden Knight series, meet the eighth president of Gannon University, Dr. Walter Iwanenko. In early June, we sat down with Dr. Iwanenko to learn about his personal journey that has led him to becoming a university president and got a glimpse into his aspirations for the university’s future. Watch a […]

Juneteenth: Commemorating Freedom and Emancipation

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Juneteenth, also known as Freedom Day or Emancipation Day, is a significant holiday in the United States that celebrates the emancipation of enslaved African Americans. On this day, communities come together to honor the resilience, courage, and achievements of those who fought for freedom. In this article, we will delve into the historical context of […]

Meet A Golden Knight: Carine Munezero Uwase

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Rwandan computer science and software engineering major Carine Munezero Uwase is striving to provide voice for fellow Knights through her role as an Integrated Marketing Influencer. On and off campus, Carine channels her passion for service and storytelling to make an impact in communities around her. She is actively creating and seeking out opportunities for […]

Embracing Resilience: Unlocking the full Potentials of Exceptional Leaders

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In a world filled with constant changes and challenges, resilience has become an essential skill than ever for individuals to succeed in their personal and professional lives. However, building resilience is not always easy, and we often find ourselves struggling to bounce back after facing setbacks and failures. The Leadership Development and campus engagement office […]

Beyond the Wall: A Day of Discovery at the Nogales Border Patrol Station

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Morning rush following the beautiful sun rise on the second day of our service trip, we embraced what the day had in store for us. Today, John and Sharon, Gannon alumni, led us to a tour of the Nogales border patrol station, about an hour away. We explored the city of Tucson a bit more […]