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 […]
A new semester brings a new perspective on your studies, right? At least, it’s supposed to. This time last year, I was getting ready to spend a semester abroad in Paris instead of returning to Gannon. This year, I’m not taking any major trips out of the country. Instead, I’m coming back to Gannon with […]
When I was getting ready to leave for France, one of the biggest things people would remind me of was culture shock and I didn’t really understand why. Of course France is going to be different than the United States, no big deal. However, it actually was a big deal, obviously bigger than what I […]
It’s great to be home in Pittsburgh for the summer. Though I’ve only been home for a short while, summer has gotten off to a great start. As your school year comes to an end, I’m sure you’re also ready to take a break from your school work for a few months. Even though I’m […]
Getting back into the school routine after a good, relaxing break is difficult. It means you have to get back into the grind of papers, tests and projects for all of your classes. Even though it’s great to go home and see friends and family, I realized when I came back how much I missed […]
Here at Edge, we’re totally psyched to welcome our newest member of the blogosphere, Sarah Sgro. Sarah is a freshman French/international studies: business major, and she’ll be joining us to give you the inside scoop on the business program here at GU. Hi! I’m Sarah Sgro, and I’m a freshman French/international studies: business major here […]
Beyer Hall has been a part of Gannon’s campus for decades. Find out what’s going on in Beyer these days from Sarah Sgro, a French / international studies: business major. Check back next week for the launch of Sarah’s new blog!
It’s no secret that college can be a financial burden on students and their families, but many schools – Gannon included – hit the mark on sending much-needed aid to students. If you’ve already applied for scholarships outside of Gannon, don’t think you’ve exhausted all routes for finding extra cash for college. The college itself […]