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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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21

Mar

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Playlist: WERG Classics

One of my favorite activities on campus was being an on-air personality for WERG. I hosted an air shift where I announced songs, performed music news updates and even voiced a promo. One thing I really liked was that I was able to voice-track a show in advance so I could fit this into my schedule. […]

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20

Mar

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Other Side: Beating Burnout

One of the most challenging aspects of being a fieldwork student or unpaid intern is the continuous pressure to be “proving yourself.” I found that during my level 2 fieldwork experiences, I would constantly be pushing myself physically, mentally, and emotionally. I wanted to prove to my clinical instructors and other members of the staff […]

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14

Mar

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Going to College Without Your High School Best Friend

It’s tough; the person that was always there with you in school to get you through the good and bad times isn’t there anymore. I was really worried when I chose a different university than my best friend. How would I live without her to complain to for the next four years? Granted, we each […]

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27

Feb

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Empathy and Sympathy: What Exactly is the Difference ?

Not only in the healthcare profession is it important to know the difference between empathy and sympathy and when to use them, but it’s  also beneficial to know the differences while engaging in everyday conversations. First, it can be useful to know the definitions of both words, before placing them into any sort of context. The […]

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21

Feb

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NIRSA Recreational Sports & Fitness Day February 22

On Wednesday, February 22 the National Intramural and Recreational Sports Association (NIRSA) will be hosting its annual Recreational Sports and Fitness Day on campuses throughout the country, as well as right here at Gannon University in the Recreation and Wellness Center! Good for U encourages the campus community to take advantage of this exciting event, […]

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17

Feb

WELLNESS FAIR

Good for U reflects on Wellness Fair

Gannon University’s Recreation and Wellness Center was certainly the place to be last week for the 13th Annual Wellness Fair. This year, Good for U has been working toward creating a culture of wellness at Gannon by providing students, as well as faculty and staff, with many opportunities to embrace each dimension of their well-being. […]

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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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09

Feb

SGA

@GannonEdge will be live-tweeting tonight’s SGA debate!

Follow Edge (@GannonEdge) on Twitter for up-to-the-moment updates on tonight’s SGA Presidential debate.

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06

Feb

Wellness

Wellness Fair – 2017

Gannon University’s Wellness 2017 fair will take place February 7 at the Recreation & Wellness Center from 8:30AM to 11:30PM. In the past few years here at Gannon, I have been to the wellness fair. At the fair, they have plenty of activities supporting all aspects of health and wellness from maintaining healthy sleep habits, […]

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