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2017

28

Mar

Kendra Gannon

My Gannon Experience: Defining

When I think of the Gannon Experience, the main thing comes to mind is this overwhelming sense of love. I have grown from someone entirely consumed by this fear of failure into an individual who is ready to fail. I feel so supported, and loved, at Gannon that I am willing to take criticism and […]

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08

Mar

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Just a Chapter in a Book

When I was younger I used to pretend that everything about my life was a fairy tale. Even the most mundane aspects of my life would feel as if they were something magical. The bus to school was not just some vessel for my little body to be brought to some government mandated program, but […]

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14

Feb

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BE MY VALENTINE: SGA EDITION

Valentine’s Day. A day for love, laughter, little heart shaped chocolates, and elections. That’s right. This year on Gannon University’s campus Valentine’s day is a day to be celebrated by all students regardless of their relationship status. The Student Government Association (SGA) will be hosting their presidential elections through EngageU this holiday season. In honor […]

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02

Feb

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A Student’s March on Washington

One of the greatest qualities of becoming a young adult is the opportunity to grow into your own ideas and express them in a matter that is peaceful. One of the greatest attributes of Gannon University is its constant mission to encouraging students to develop their own personal values and to express these values in […]

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23

Jan

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A Millennial’s Guide to Living Without A Smartphone

Over Christmas break, I remember remarking to my cousin about potentially trading in my iPhone 6 for a flip phone. Horrified, he proudly unlocked his own to prove that to give up a smart phone would be ludicrous. He said, “Kendra! Getting a flip phone would be like willingly returning to the Stone Age!”  I […]

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