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2017

06

Mar

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Wake Up: Philosophy and “The Matrix”

As a Gannon student, you are required to take six credits of philosophy which includes three credits taken as Introduction to Philosophy (LPHI 131) and three credits taken as a second course of your choice. Then, you also have the option of taking Philosophy of Ethical Responsibility (LPHI 237) or Theology of Moral Responsibility (LTHE […]

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03

Feb

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An Introduction to the MAT Program at Ruskin

As you may have heard by now, Gannon has introduced a new Master of Athletic Training (MAT) program which is available to students at both the main (Erie) and Ruskin campuses. The program is designed to prepare students for professional careers in the growing field of Athletic Training. To better introduce students to the Master of […]

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2016

29

Sep

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#GUHomecoming 2016

#GUHomecoming weekend 2016 is here! Student activities kick off with a HUGE pep rally tonight at 8pm in the Hammermill! Saturday starting at 9am, the parade begins on 6th Street in front of the courthouse. Each group will perform a dance as well as have their custom-made banners judged! Each group will be dancing to a specific […]

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16

Sep

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Edge Spotlight on: Criminal Justice

All college majors come with assumptions. What I mean by that is, when I started three years ago as a first-year psychology student, I had dreams of psycho-analysis classes and experiments with other students on campus. Granted, those things do exist, but not without a handful of entry-level courses to prepare you for the “good […]

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07

Sep

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A Sport & Exercise Master

Hi, my name is Brennan Clouner.  I am from Cranberry Township which is a suburb fairly close to the city of Pittsburgh.  Here at Gannon, my undergraduate studies degree was Sport and Exercise Science, and now I am still here at Gannon pursuing my Master of Sport and Exercise Science (MSES) degree. I chose to […]

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31

Aug

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From GU to NYC; Still Gannon Family

What’s your full name, hometown, undergrad major and graduate studies program? Hi – I’m Sarah Sgro and I’m from Pittsburgh, PA. At GU, I earned my undergraduate degrees in French/ International Business before going on to graduate school earning my degree in Performing Arts Administration at NYU Steinhardt. What first drew you to Gannon? Gannon was actually the […]

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19

Aug

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Kick-Off Guide: Essay Speed Writing, GU Bookstore 101, Rec Center (free) Classes & More

We’re almost there! Some of you are already back on campus, but the rest of our new and returning students will join us starting tomorrow! Whether this will be your first time on our campus or you’re a well-seasoned fifth-year senior, it can be challenging to get back into the school-year mindset. Since we are the […]

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18

Aug

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Kick-Off Guide: How to be a Morning Person, Taking Care of Yourself, College Road Trips, Breaking the Ice & More

We’re almost there! Some of you are already back on campus, but the rest of our new and returning students will be joining us this weekend! Whether this will be your first time on our campus or you’re a well-seasoned fifth-year senior, it can be challenging to get back into the school-year mindset. Since we are the […]

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17

Aug

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Kick-Off Guide: College vs. Pokemon, Meeting our President, Learning Screenwriting from a Pro & More

We’re almost there! Some of you are already back on campus, but most of our new and returning students will be joining us this weekend. Whether this will be your first time on our campus or you’re a well-seasoned fifth-year senior, it can be challenging to get back into the school-year mindset. Since we are the […]

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16

Aug

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Kick-Off Guide: Surviving Group Projects, Catholic University Perks, Counseling & More

We’re almost there! Some of you are already back on campus, but most of our new and returning students will be joining us this weekend. Whether this will be your first time on our campus or you’re a well-seasoned fifth-year senior, it can be challenging to get back into the school-year mindset. Since we are the […]

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