Thomas Edison is most famous for the invention of the lightbulb. And while the attribution isn’t exactly correct – Edison didn’t create the lightbulb, but rather designed a long-lasting, usable filament – his contributions are no less significant. Commenting on his pursuit of a working filament, which required the testing of many different materials, Edison […]
There’s a reason each graduation ceremony at Gannon is celebrated with plenty of pomp and circumstance: earning that diploma is a major accomplishment. According to the 2010 U.S. Census, less than 30 percent of the U.S. population holds a college degree, meaning that Gannon graduates already have a head start among their peers when leaving […]
“I have a lot of black shirts.” This was the thought that occurred to me as I rummaged through my shirt drawer this morning in search of clothing to wear for work. Many of those black shirts are emblazoned with pop culture or science-related references such as, “Stand back, I’m going to try science!” (from […]
After a month of looking for a job, I am finally employed. I applied virtually everywhere. If a place had a “We’re hiring” sign, you can bet I walked in and got an application. And if a place didn’t, I probably walked in and asked for one anyway.