Building professional skills in an on-campus job

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Sophomore social work major Ryann Gardner tells us about her experience in the physician assistant office. What is a typical day like in your work study position? I make copies for professors, file paperwork within the department and create various documents that faculty members need. It’s relatively easy. What is your favorite part of your […]

Finding Retail Therapy at Millcreek Mall

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If there’s one thing many college students could use when the stress of classes gets to be overwhelming, it’s a little retail therapy. So where can you go to find those perfect heels or a new video game when you’re on a college student’s budget? The answer is less than five miles southwest of Gannon […]

Pulse GU: Wrapping up Spring Semester

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Hello again! As they say, time sure flies by when you are having fun. This has certainly been true for this semester, which is almost over, and I can’t believe it. It seems like just yesterday that I was driving back from Ohio to start the new semester after a long winter vacation. And now […]

Pulse GU: Applying Textbook Stuff to Life

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Now that we’re back from spring break, I only have one week left until I begin clinicals. We have learned so many things, and it’s really exciting to actually get to apply those lessons and see real patients. I am anxious and can’t wait to start, but I am really nervous at the same time. […]

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 […]