If you’re considering a major in education, you already know there’s a whole lot more to learning to teach than making bulletin boards and coloring. The first step is deciding which education track you want to be on. The education program is broken down into three areas based on grade level. Early childhood education covers […]
Join the knights of the roundtable in Gannon University Schuster Theatre’s production of “Camelot.” The show runs April 14-16 and April 28-30 at 8 p.m. and April 17 and May 1 at 2 p.m. Reservations can be made by calling the box office at (814) 871-7494, and are free with student ID. Photos by Carly […]
Well it’s here…my last blog. I’ll be experiencing a lot of lasts this month since graduation is less than three weeks away. All those seniors out there (high school or not) know exactly what I’m talking about.
As March rolls in and the snow begins to melt, many people at Gannon can’t help but look to May and what the end of the semester means for everyone. For me and my classmates, it means graduation and moving on to graduate school or “big kid jobs.” For underclassmen, it means they have another […]
Have you ever had x-rays taken of a broken bone or seen an ultrasound? These are the kind of tasks that radiologic science majors learn here at Gannon. An associate degree in radiologic science could lead to a career in: Computed tomography Magnetic resonance imaging Ultrasonography Radiation therapy
Hello All! This semester, I’m taking my first economics class, which is proving to be an interesting experience. I never realized how detailed the economy is, even if you’re looking at it from a microeconomics standpoint. Keeping track of the different flows of money and products in and out of the system is proving to […]
I’m a perfectionist. Now, don’t misunderstand me. I am by no means claiming to be perfect, I just have anal-retentive and OCD tendencies… such as checking the dictionary to make sure anal-retentive has a hyphen, then Googling it to double check. I just like things to be in order.
The new semester, along with the new year, gives students an opportunity for many new experiences. Check out what some GU students are looking forward to for the Spring ’11 semester: Emma Mancini, freshman biology/ pre-med major “I’m really looking forward to dissecting a pig in my animal form and function biology class this semester.”
As part of our Catholic identity and Gannon’s mission, all students are encouraged to spend some time each semester volunteering. There are even some classes that require a certain number of volunteer hours for a grade. Here are 10 easy ways to help others in your spare time.
Happy New Year! I hope you’ve all had a wonderful holiday season. I’ve been thinking that to ease back into classes, it might be nice to see a few more internet gems that we’ve been checking out over the past few weeks. – Copy Editor Chelsey Klube turned me on to this one. She’s always […]