Join Edge’s management team!

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Edge is seeking highly motivated, creative individuals to add to the management staff. Download an application below and return to Nicole Lossie, Enrollment Communications Coordinator, Gitnik/Admissions Building, or email to by Friday, December 9, 2016.  Edge Management Application – SPRING 2017 The Office of Admissions is seeking highly motivated Gannon students to work for Edge, our online […]

Acing the summer job interview

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Although it’s hard to imagine during these cold, blustery “spring” days, summer is just around the corner. With that in mind, it’s never too early to start thinking about summer employment. Not to sound like a nagging mother, but it’s important to send your applications everywhere in hopes of landing an interview. Once you get […]

Don’t rain on my parade (just hire me!)

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The word(s): don’t rain on my parade Even though I’ve got a few years before graduation, I sometimes like to poke around job search engines. Why so early? Whether I’m watching the news or standing in line at Wegman’s, I hear phrases like “in this economy” or “with the job market so bad,” or my favorite, “the […]

Finding inspiration in New York City

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And the first word of the 2012-2013 academic year: luck. The last time you heard from me, I was desperately seeking summer employment in my hometown. To make a dull story short, I landed a job as a cashier at Staples and spent the next few months scanning carts full of back-to-school supplies. And while […]

AfterThoughts: First week back in the office

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The first week back in the office leads the staff to some interesting thoughts. Jake Slease, assignment editor: One week of my senior year down! Matt Kridel, special features editor: Everybody’s working for the weekend…and I am. Right now. Allison Kessler, assistant multimedia editor: The dancing cow in “Gypsy” makes me laugh every time. Keefer […]

Having a light bulb moment at my summer job

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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 […]

Return to home initially “less than nostalgic”

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I’ve been home for awhile now. In that time, I’ve been working as a waitress, hanging out with friends from home and even took a trip to NYC – but a lot happened before any of that. As I was leaving campus, I said goodbye to classmates, packed up my room and about six boxes […]

My perfect summer of pencils and paperbacks

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Summer is finally here, which means, as an old school rhyme goes, “No more pencils, no more books, no more teachers’ dirty looks.” Well, at least there’s no more dirty looks for me this summer. The books and pencils, however, are in abundance.

Gannon students gaze into the future

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With all the exams and projects that comprise college life, it’s easy for students to lose sight of what they’re working toward. Some, however, have a clear picture in mind. In five years, they see themselves… Jared Schaaf, freshman history/pre-law major: …continuing my education here at Gannon. I will be working hard to pay for […]