The Edge Podcast – Episode 2: What To Do in Erie

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Live music, beaches, urban campus… what do our students like to do in Erie all year? Teddy, Alli and Jess talk about their favorite activities in the area: amusement and water parks, food, festivals and more. (Someone may or may not break into an impromptu a cappella Waldameer jingle so.. if that’s not worth a listen…) […]

Dr. Gerald Clark: SWAT Certified, Former FBI, Gannon Professor

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Gannon is full of interesting and unique people who teach and prepare students to enter the world of the profession they dream of being part of.  One of these people at GU is Dr. Gerald Clark, Assistant Professor of the Criminal Justice program. Dr. Clark has a lot of experience in the field of criminal justice from […]

A New [School] Year & Self-Care

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As the new school year sets in, we begin to experience the  typical cocktail of excitement, nervousness, & sometimes anxiety that comes along with the start of a new year. Whether you are a first-time college student or a second-year graduate student like myself, it’s important to take time to practice self-care. Please feel free […]

First World Problems: Reflections in Preparation for Haiti

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As much as I hate to admit it at times… I am a total millennial. Slow wifi, lack of social media and cold showers are some of my least favorite things. We are all used to these simple luxuries. For instance, when I moved into my apartment in late August this year I was horrified […]

My Gannon Story: Why Gannon?

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Recently I’ve had the opportunity to reflect on why I chose to come to Gannon and why I am still here. After writing these thoughts down I thought that it might be valuable to share with our readers. After all, applying for college can be really scary process, but I want you to know that […]

To Honors or Not to Honors?

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I am going to be honest with you… When I first thought of applying for the Honors Program I was hesitant. I was already overly involved and overly committed in high school. The thought of easing my academic work load was very tempting. I kept on telling myself that I deserved a break. But when […]

BE MY VALENTINE: SGA EDITION

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Valentine’s Day. A day for love, laughter, little heart shaped chocolates, and elections. That’s right. This year on Gannon University’s campus Valentine’s day is a day to be celebrated by all students regardless of their relationship status. The Student Government Association (SGA) will be hosting their presidential elections through EngageU this holiday season. In honor […]

Wellness Fair – 2017

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Gannon University’s Wellness 2017 fair will take place February 7 at the Recreation & Wellness Center from 8:30AM to 11:30PM. In the past few years here at Gannon, I have been to the wellness fair. At the fair, they have plenty of activities supporting all aspects of health and wellness from maintaining healthy sleep habits, […]

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 […]