Gannon students attempt to draw Gannon’s campus

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We walk around Gannon all day, but how well do we actually know our campus? It is easy to feel as though you know where everything is, but when you are put to the test, how will you fare? That’s exactly what I did to 38 Gannon students, all of varying majors and years. Each […]

Reading With Your Son: A Bonding & Learning Moment

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When you walk into an elementary education classroom and observe the bookshelves, what type of books do you typically discover? “The Very Hungry Caterpillar?” “If You Give A Mouse A Cookie?” “The Rainbow Fish?” Now don’t get me wrong, these are all great books written by outstanding authors. However, we need to take a closer […]

Perfection Isn’t Everything, Just Most of It

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I’m a perfectionist. Now, don’t misunderstand me. I am by no means claiming to be perfect, I just have anal-retentive and OCD tendencies… such as checking the dictionary to make sure anal-retentive has a hyphen, then Googling it to double check. I just like things to be in order.