Just the thought of a paper cut is enough to make most people cringe. But in the context of Gannon, the thought of a paper cut should give you a warm, fuzzy feeling.

PaperCut is Gannon’s new print management system. Before, the only way to print anything was to either have a printer in your room or to find a computer lab on campus.

Now students can log into the PaperCut system and print any file to printers across campus, from anywhere on campus. The system also manages how many pages you have left – out of 500, which is more than enough for most students – and tells you about your environmental impact from printing.

More printers are going to be added over the coming semesters, as are many other new features.