Student Loans: Scary, But Worth Every Penny

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“Congratulations! Our records indicate that you will graduate in May or August of this year.” You can imagine how excited I was to read those words in a letter I received from Gannon two weeks ago.  Who wouldn’t be ecstatic to know that you’re on the right track and your life plans are falling into […]

Nursing Student Sets Sights on Summer Internship

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I think spring is on its way – at least let’s cross our fingers and hope that it is. This semester is really flying by, we are already past week seven, and there are only twelve weeks in the semester. I feel like yesterday was Christmas and we were still enjoying winter break! Soon enough […]

As Graduation Nears, Keep Calm and Carry On

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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 […]

Keeping a Job in School: It is Possible!

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Balancing schoolwork, extracurricular activities and a job can be quite the juggling act – but many students at Gannon are willing to take on the challenge. College is a time of making new friends, learning new things and ultimately preparing for the future. One way students experience the responsibilities of the future is by holding […]

Money Talks: What to Do with Yours at Gannon University

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When preparing for college, organizing finances probably falls somewhere below buying towels on an incoming freshman’s priority list – but it deserves more thought than linens. Taking care of finances before coming to college is essential, said Renee Huefner, assistant director of financial aid at Gannon. Many local banks may not have branches in Erie, […]