Low Carbon Crossings: Environmental Wellness at Gannon University

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Good for U – Gannon University’s wellness initiative – looks to continue developing a culture of wellness at Gannon University by educating the campus community on environmental wellness. Environmental wellness is the ability to understand our relationship and impact on the natural resources in our world. It’s an appreciation and willingness to protect the quality […]

Social work class uses GU clubs to gain real-world experience

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By Leah Johnson, junior social work major Gannon University has been described as a campus where it is easy to get involved. With the abundance of student-run clubs and organizations, there really is something for everyone. If you don’t see an opportunity for one of your interests, students have the opportunity to create their own group. Considering this, one of […]

QnA with Mr. Coleman

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As part of a media organization on campus, it’s easy to be swept away in writing about students and professors here on campus. We do not focus enough of our attention on someone who works behind the scenes to make Gannon University the best place it can be. It seems that everyone knows John Coleman as the […]

5 things to know about social work

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A Gannon student gets the unique experience of finding a major that is just right. With the help of the faculty and other students you can find your niche. One major that might be the right fit is social work. The social work department maintains about 50 students at all times, and for good reasons. […]

Gannon OT alum: GU led me to 'the right place'

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As I look at where I am today, I realize that Gannon has played a major role in defining where I ended up – not just career wise, but also personally. Today my days are filled wearing a variety of hats: mommy, wife, occupational therapist (OT) and friend. And I know that I would not […]

How to hide an airplane factory

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When I was seven years old, hide-and-seek was the best game ever. It has everything you could ask for in a game: a winner and a loser, a seeker and a hider. It has moments of suspense, triumph and bitter defeat. It can have anywhere from two players to a thousand. Sadly, as we grow […]

Students Form Faith-Based Family at Kirk House

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Community is one aspect of college life that Gannon University treasures. There are many clubs and organizations on campus to which students can belong to find their college family. These organizations are based on common interests, including sports, the arts and religion. There is also religion-focused housing where you can choose to live after your freshman […]

Spirit of Giving Lasts All Year for Fraternities, Sororities

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When people think of Greek life, many different scenarios come to mind. But what some people don’t realize is that one of the main parts of being Greek is doing community service and giving back through various service projects. Gannon University students are heavily involved in community service projects, and this applies to students who […]

Spirit of Singing: Students Express Faith in Chapel Choir

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Gannon students express their faith in many ways; some through service, others through thoughtful discussion and still others through music. The Chapel Choir, directed by Pam Verity, sings at mass, which is held in the Mary Seat of Wisdom Chapel, located on Gannon’s campus. The choir sings and plays at Sunday Masses, held at 11 […]