Depression & College Students

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Depression and anxiety have become increasingly common in today’s college students. In fact, 16 percent of college students have reported that depression had a negative impact on their performance academically in 2017 and anxiety impacting over 24% of students. With depression and anxiety affecting more young adults, it’s important for schools to provide strong resources […]

Putting The Music In Gannon

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As a musician myself, I understand how crucial it can be for a University to offer a path for musicians. I think it is awesome that Gannon University now offers many different opportunities for its musically inclined students. From the concert band to the pep band, there is a place for everyone! Pursuing Performance at […]

Cute and Easy Residence Hall Ideas That Will Inspire You

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One of the most exciting things about college is decorating your dorm room. It’s your “home away from home” and one of the places where you can really express yourself. Decorating your room can be a fun way to take your mind off all the responsibilities that college throws at you. Below are cool ways […]

Know The Warning Signs: Mental Illness

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It is important to be able to recognize the signs and symptoms of mental illness so you have some idea of how to deal with it for yourself or even for others. You are able to give advice to other people who are dealing with these illnesses as well. Some of those signs may include: […]

Music Therapy for the Anxious College Student

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Maybe you’re studying for a test, maybe you’re getting ready for a first date, or maybe you’re just driving. Whatever it is that you’re doing when anxiety strikes, just know that there is a song out there that will be able to soothe your mind.    What is Music Therapy? Music therapy is the clinical […]

Internship Opportunity: The Erie Art Museum

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You’re either a graduate or undergraduate here at Gannon and one question is lingering in your mind: what are you doing to do with all the knowledge that you’ve learned so far? Although you may not want to pursue a professional career in the arts, you may want to learn more about the many varieties […]

Occupational Therapy Month: Time to Celebrate!

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As you may know by now, April is OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY MONTH! Occupational therapy professionals, students, and clients across the United States have been celebrating OT month in so many different ways- from holding “OT Carnivals” on their school campuses to volunteering in the community. There are so many ways to celebrate the wonderful profession. As […]

Greek Spotlight Series: Ian Siggins

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The purpose of doing the Greek Spotlight Series is to show all of the positive aspects of the sororities and fraternities here on Gannon’s campus. With so many fantastic young men and women, there are a lot of people to talk about. This week we me with a member of Tau Kappa Epsilon, Ian Siggins. Siggins […]

Who’s Your Home Team?

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Recently, I’ve been on a huge Pinterest quote kick. During the unnecessary hours I’ve spent scrolling through pins, I found this quote: “Everybody has a home team: It’s the people you call when you get a flat tire or when something terrible happens. It’s the people who, near or far, know everything that’s wrong with […]

How to deal with homesickness

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Moving away from home in any situation is hard to deal with. No matter how excited you are, you will more than likely experience homesickness at one point in your life. Today I will be sharing a few tips on how to deal with homesickness.   Don’t be too hard on yourself Oftentimes, people will […]