The Edge Podcast – Episode 3: Ryan Hamilton on Stress Relief Tea, Semi-Vegetarianism and Incredible Travels

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Meet Ryan Hamilton, one of the most involved students on campus! Listen to hear about his favorite college experiences, egg bombs, Disney songs, and who he would invite to hypothetical brunch! Ryan introduces me to stress relief tea, semi-vegetarianism, and other tips to maintaining health and sanity in trying times! Why do Ryan and I have […]

[VIDEO] Surviving College: It’s About Time

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To make the most of college, you need to get involved on campus and in the classroom. But to be successful, stay involved and maintain your grades, you’ve got to manage time wisely. Check out my tips for doing that in my latest vlog. What keeps Keefer busy? Check out his other videos to find […]

J-School Cool: Looking to the Future – An Editor’s Farewell

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It’s been a privilege and an honor to serve as Edge’s first editor-in-chief. I’m delighted to pass the torch to my colleague and friend, Nicole Dohoda – her creativity, passion and keen editing eye will help take this blog to the next level. You’ll still hear from me on occasion, but I’ll be devoting most […]

How to Start Your Own Club in 10 Days

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Right now, the word “sold” probably jogs a memory of the last garage sale a parent had where they “accidentally” gave away a prized childhood possession to the bargain hunter willing to bid the highest amount – which was most likely mere pocket change. Once you hit Gannon’s campus, though, the word rapidly changes into […]

Eternal Sunshine: What Did You Learn?

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The year is coming to a rapid close, and it’s nearly time to start reflecting on what we’ve learned. This can be a significant question. What did I learn in my classes? I’ll find out when I take my finals. What did I learn from the shows I’ve performed at the Schuster Theatre? More than […]

Commuters at Gannon Get the “College Experience”

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Many prospective college students are told that a main part of post-secondary life is getting the “college experience” – a phrase that typically refers to living on campus in a dorm room. For some students, living on campus isn’t the right fit, so commuting ends up being the right path for them. In today’s economy, […]