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2017

13

Mar

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A Introvert’s Midterm Report

We’re past the midway point of the semester. While I enjoy my much needed week long vacation, I must reflect on the progress I have made so far this semester and look forward to where I will go in the second half of this semester. In my previous entries, I looked at my experiences doing […]

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23

Feb

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The Misadventures of an Introvert

Last week I finished up the last of my rehearsals for the Schuster Theater’s production of White Snake.  This whole experience of being involved in the theater has been one that I have both enjoyed and stressed over, but this was a good stress that was rewarding in the end. Throughout the entire process of the […]

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20

Feb

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The Misadventures of an Introvert: Week Two

This year, I have tried new things and put myself in new atmospheres.  From joining a fraternity on campus to performing stand-up comedy at the Knight Club, I have gotten involved in many new activities and clubs on campus. Before break, I auditioned for a play at the Schuster Theater. I decided to audition because […]

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30

Jan

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The Misadventures of an Introvert

Now that I’ve reached the mid-point of my sophomore year of college, I look at how I have transitioned through becoming more involved with different organizations on campus. In addition to these clubs and activities, I have also tried to step out of my comfort zone through trying new things and making new friends on […]

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2016

15

Dec

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Finals Week Tips and Tricks

As finals week approaches, so does a storm of stress and anxiety induced by the sudden deluge of assignments and tests being assigned over a short period of time. Different people deal with the stress of finals week in many unique ways.  Some meditate, while others reward themselves with a little Netflix or TV for […]

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28

Nov

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My Experience at the Wellness Center

Being a sophomore in college, I have had time to grasp the concept of college life and learn how to manage my time properly.  Once I learned how to do these two things, I wanted to better myself on a more physical level. Last year, I started going to the gym here on campus in […]

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20

Oct

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Blog: Gabe’s Observations

This past week has been a busy one for me, especially with midterms and the anticipation of fall break weighing over my head.  Who doesn’t love fall break? Five days of relaxing, getting caught up on work and hanging out with old friends.  This would be my reward for my hard work this week.  With […]

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18

Oct

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Edge Spotlight on: Psychology

When making the next big step in one’s academic career,  it may be hard to decide which way you should go.  Everyone chooses their own career path that best suits their personality and what they want to do with their life after college.  Gannon University has many programs to suit almost every area of interest and career type, […]

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29

Sep

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A Visitor’s Guide to Knight Tower Temporary Library

There are many exciting changes happening on campus this semester, and one of the most prominent of these changes is the renovation of the Nash Library. Renovations started over the summer and should be completed by 2018. While Nash is being renovated, the temporary location for the library is in the newly acquired Knight Tower on 131 West […]

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29

Sep

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The New and Improved Beyer Hall

We recently covered renovations to Gannon’s Nash Library and explored its brand new facilities. But that’s not the only change happening on campus; more renovations to the recently reopened Beyer Hall are bringing new and unique features to students on campus. I talked to Tony DiPasqua, the Assistant Director of Greek Life and campus management […]

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