On Commuting – Nick’s Hot Takes

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Okay, so you’ve been accepted to college. You’ve figured out which major suits your fancy and which classes sound the best to you. You even have all your new back to school clothes bought. Now you just need to figure out where on campus you’ll be living. What’s that? You’re commuting? Bummer. Commuting isn’t really […]

Day in the life: commuter nursing student

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It’s comes as no shock that Gannon University’s nursing program is one of the toughest majors offered at the school. Students have to juggle classes, care plans and clinicals, all the while making sure they, you know, get a chance to eat every couple of hours. For those of you who are unaware, the average […]

Preview GU Schedule: Tuesday, August 27

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Tuesday, August 27 8 a.m. – 9:45 a.m. | Breakfast – Beyer Hall Cafeteria/Club LaRiccia 9:45 a.m. – 11 a.m. | Student Success Center (SCS)/Mission & Ministry | REQUIRED Last NameA – M | Yehl Alumni Room Last NameN- Z | Zurn 104 Worried about succeeding in your college courses? Want to learn how to […]

[Redacted]: Choose your own adventure

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I have been living in Erie for more than 20 years, and in that time I’ve endured bitter winters, disappointing summers and countless missed buses. I’m sure I’ll devote an entire post to the glories of “the e” another day. I love Erie. Sure, all of these specific instances make it seem like Erie is […]

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, […]