Happy St. Patrick’s Day! In honor of today’s holiday and the “luck o’ the Irish,” we decided to ask a few Gannon students what they do for luck and if they believe in superstitions.
|Cristen Manion, freshman theatre & communication arts major:
“I do believe in superstitions – most of them are theatre related. I was always told that if everything didn’t go wrong on the last dress rehearsal then the opening night would fail. But the weirdest was always if you don’t leave a ‘sacrifice’ to the theatre ghost then everything would start to break, including people.”
|Cassie Groner, sophomore LECOM 2+3 pharmacy major:“I have a lucky T-shirt I wear to every test that says, ‘Jesus is Rad.'”|
|Seth Brown, sophomore physician assistant major:
“I don’t believe in superstitions.”
|Amber Oaks, junior pharmacy major:
“Yes, I knock on wood all the time.”
|Nick Keller, junior mechanical engineering major:
“Fortune cookies. You eat one half of the cookie, read the fortune, and if you want the fortune to come true you eat the other half.”
| – Carly Lyons contributed to this post.
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