Make Life Goals, Not New Year’s Goals

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    Something that I have noticed at the beginning of each and every year is that people come up with goals that are very ambitious. Some of these are great goals that you are able to keep up with throughout the year, however, many of these goals are almost impossible to stick to. The […]

First is Florence!

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Hello Everyone, My name is Jason Wood and this will be my first post here on the Gannon Edge website. My interests include social media, writing, and vlogging as well. I feel that social media is a way for me to express my creativities and for me to have my followers relate to my lifestyle. […]

Winter Tips from an Erie Native

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  The first snowfall of the year is an exciting time. It’s the time of hot chocolate and fuzzy socks. It’s wonderful—until you realize that here in Erie, the snow doesn’t stop. As an Erie native, I’ve become accustomed to this reality. Over the years, I’ve learned some important tips to surviving an Erie winter.  […]

How to Plan a National Park Trip

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I know planning a big National Park trip can look like one of the most daunting tasks to achieve. Looking at the big picture and then all the little pieces, it seems like there are just about a million things to get done and plan. However, you just have to take one step at a […]

Top 10 National Parks!

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I have been blessed in my life to be able to adventure to many different National Parks, as shown in this blog. It has quickly become my favorite type of vacation. When I was younger, I used to always want to go to the beach just like all of my other friends, so that I […]

Décor Series – Halloween

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With all of the different holidays that are coming up, people are going to want to decorate their dorms and maybe even themselves for different festivities. But I do know, as a college student, that buying decorations and costumes can get very expensive, so I wanted to write a blog on a few different ways […]

Maria’s Field of Hope

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Maria’s Sunflower Field of Hope are fields of sunflowers that bring attention to the lack of funding in childhood cancer. Less than 4% of federal funds are used for childhood cancer research. The fields/organization is named after Maria McNamara, a child who passed from glioma. Many people do not even know what a glioma is. […]

It’s Fall About Fun!

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Fall break just ended. Classes are back in session, and you want more than anything to be done with the semester. You want to be in a pumpkin patch taking in all that the autumn season has to offer. If this sounds like you, I have good news! About 30 minutes from campus is a […]

What exactly is the FIC?

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For criminal justice majors, many people talk about the FIC. But what exactly is the FIC? The FIC stands for the Forensic Investigation Center.  The FIC provides a different approach to learning the aspects of the criminal justice field. It allows students to take what they learn in the classroom and apply it in the […]

The Power of Talking

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A lot of people suffer from anxiety, depression, OCD, and all sorts of different problems that get in the way of their everyday lives. Statistically, 46% of Americans suffer from mental illness, and a lot of the time those people do not seek help or talk about it because they believe that it is “embarrassing” […]