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Feb

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Meet the Parents: Mr. and Mrs. Miller Pick the Oscars

Hey! It’s Edge’s friendly neighborhood Co-Editor in Chief, Adam! The Oscars are almost upon us. The ceremony is coming up this Sunday night, so to prepare for the biggest awards show of the year, I thought it’d be fun to get some picks from the experts – well, sort of. I asked my mom and dad […]

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20

Feb

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The Misadventures of an Introvert: Week Two

This year, I have tried new things and put myself in new atmospheres.  From joining a fraternity on campus to performing stand-up comedy at the Knight Club, I have gotten involved in many new activities and clubs on campus. Before break, I auditioned for a play at the Schuster Theater. I decided to audition because […]

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Ranking the Food Bars of Knight’s Cove

We all love Knight’s Cove. It’s convenient, the line is short(ish), and its food bar is ever-changing. Today, I am going to rank these specific food bars, which was harder than I thought because I love all food. So here are the five food bars, ranked greatest to least greatest along with a small blurb […]

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13

Feb

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Hello From the Other Side: Classes I Wish Existed

For those that don’t know me, my name is Mary Kate Carroll. I’ve held various positions at Edge Magazine, from contributor to editor, throughout my undergraduate career. Currently, I am a fifth year student enrolled in Gannon University’s occupational therapy program. For the past six months, I’ve been out in the “real world” completing fieldwork. Essentially, I’ve […]

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12

Feb

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An Open Letter to My Heroes at Gannon

First, I have to mention that even though I do not say it often, I love you guys! You make my day so much brighter and weirder. And most importantly, you make Gannon home. From making tea to screeching velociraptor noises at each other from across the room, I would never change us for the […]

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11

Feb

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Best Internet Distractions for College Students

Oh, the internet. It can be a source of great knowledge and inspiration. It can also be a great source for baby animal videos. According to Pew Research Center, 98% of all undergraduate students use the internet, have broadband at home and connect using Wi-Fi. That’s a lot of college students with access to the […]

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07

Feb

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5 Reasons to Attend AOTA’s Centennial Conference (With Helpful Tips!)

The American Occupational Therapy Association is holding its annual conference in Philadelphia this year! This will be my first time attending a conference and what better year to be a newbie than at the centennial celebration! My classmates and I are extremely excited to get to experience all things OT-related and to get to connect […]

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03

Feb

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Playlist: Love

To paraphrase a tweet by famous rapper Tyler, The Creator, “being in love is cool as heck.” To capture this sentiment and celebrate the holiday of Valentine’s Day, I’ve curated a playlist that expresses the idea of being in love. Give it a listen this February 14th for some warm and fuzzy feelings! “Peach” – […]

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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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