Thank You Letters: Thank Your Parents

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I think that many students would agree that we would not be anywhere near where we are today without the help of our parents. We all come from different family situations, but I am pretty confident in thinking that many of us owe a huge thank you to our parents or anyone who raised us […]

As a Student Who Does Too Much

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I never think of myself as a student who does too much. But as I’m sitting here at my desk, I have a list of things that I need to do today for like five different people running through my head like Forest Gump running through all the states in the south. That’s how my […]

Movie Review: BlacKkKlansman

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BlacKkKlansman takes place in the early 1970s where Ron Stallworth, played by John David Washington, is the first African-American detective to serve in the Colorado Springs Police Department. Faced with issues of discrimination, Stallworth is eager to defy the odds and rise to the top of his force. Even after being judged and ridiculed the […]

Dorm Projects

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Being stuck in your dorm with nothing to do is the absolute worst – especially when it is  minus 25 degrees outside here in Erie! Whether you are bored or stuck in your dorm, there is always that thought of “What can I do in here?” Today, I am here to give you a few […]

The Five Love Languages

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In honor of Valentine’s Day, lets talk about the five love languages! Everyone has their own love language, which is just how people prefer communicate with their significant others. 1. Words of Affirmation Words of affirmation express love using sincere words and explaining why you love someone. “I love you,” om an important phrase in […]

Why You Should T.R.A.V.E.L.

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There are certain things that I would recommend every Gannon student to do in their four years here. 1. Get breakfast from Dave’s Diner. 2. Become friends with one Metz worker. 3. Walk on the lake when it’s frozen. 4. Go on a T.R.A.V.E.L. trip. Number four is extra important to me. I always had […]

5 ways to improve your study skills

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Since coming here to Gannon University, I have noticed that my friends and I needed to improve our studying skills. It took me a little bit to get on track with all of the different ways, but I finally found 5 ways that greatly improved my study skills and I figured I’d share them with […]

A Look Into the GU Ruskin OTD Fieldwork Forum

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Upon getting back to campus after being away for 6 months on clinical rotations for the GU Ruskin OTD program, I was pleased to see how much the 1st & 2nd year students accomplished and really took care of things on campus while my cohort was away! The GU Ruskin SOTA group have been involved […]

Thank You Letters: Reflecting on time at Gannon

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With the start of the new semester winding down, I have felt inspired to produce blog posts that allow me the opportunity to thank some of the individuals that got me to where I am today. This is my last semester here at Gannon and I want to be able to write out my thoughts […]