An (un)healthy obsession with Twenty One Pilots

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Everyone has their identifiers.  For some people, they’re defined by their physical characteristics, for example if someone says, “Oh, it’s that red-headed kid who wears flip flops all the time.” Others are identified by their major, or where they live, such as, “She’s that nice nursing major from New York.” I am identified by my […]

Moving on up to the top

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Why are changes so hard to deal with? Just think, has there ever been a time in your life where the thought of doing something you have never done before frightened you? It could also be exciting. But why do we have all the emotion? Change happens all the time, so why do we treat […]

Peace of Mind: More Ways to Use Your Gannon Degree

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Mary Anne Albaugh, M.D. ’82 & Dennis P. Borczon, M.D. ’82 Health Sciences I (Mary Anne) completed my residency and fellowship training at Hahnemann University in Philadelphia in general psychiatry and child and adolescent psychiatry, respectively, and am board certified in both.

Grad School Applications and Napping 101

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Is April really only two weeks away? Although I am looking forward to the warmer weather, it is a bit terrifying to be so close to the end of the academic year. I am currently at the end of my junior year with my senior year staring me down. This wouldn’t be too intimidating if […]