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2017

10

Mar

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Other Side: Do I Really Need These Classes?

One of the most common complaints I hear among college students regards taking core classes. The bemoaning typically goes along the lines of, “This *insert class title* is so dumb; why do I even need to take this?” Well, dear students, as someone who has taken those classes and also whined about them, I’m here […]

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2016

31

Dec

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Top 10 of 2016

2017 is only hours away, time to take a look at the year that was – and the top ten Edge Magazine posts of 2016! 10. Gannon Goes to Cedar Point! Gannon goes to Cedar Point!   9. Embracing Emotional Wellness at Gannon University Embracing Emotional Wellness at Gannon University   8. The Psychology of […]

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2015

08

Oct

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A Guide to your College Road Trip

Every once in a while the stars align and you and your friends have a free weekend and available spending money. This either means you’re going to buy excessive amounts of pizza and watch Netflix all weekend, or you’re going to take a trip somewhere. For those of you who choose the second option, we […]

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2014

29

Apr

4 steps to surviving the classic ‘all-nighter’

If it hasn’t happened to you yet, just wait; avoidable by some and a bad idea for all, the all-nighter is a very real possibility for any prospective college students. What I attempt to do here is provide you with a helpful guide to making it through the non-fun version of this common late-night challenge. […]

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11

Feb

Minding the gap; From kid to adult

When you get to college, many times you think that you have to be an adult. You have to make grown-up decisions, and take care of yourself, and use big words in conversation. While some of that is true (and your professors might appreciate your vocabulary), it’s not always the case. Yes, living on your […]

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2012

19

Jun

Don't worry, college won't eat you

It’s hard to believe I’m going to be starting my third year of college by the end of this summer. I still remember the day that I left high school and my home to come to Gannon. I remember how I thought that college was going to be terrible and I wouldn’t make any friends […]

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2011

15

Jul

Prep U for GU: Student Success Guide

For many students, one of the biggest challenges of going to college is the transition from a high school class load to the demands of college classes. Everything from how to study to whether or not to buy, rent, keep or sell back textbooks can create a stressful situation if you’re uninformed on the ins […]

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