Gannon president teaching first-year seminar

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Gannon University students have come to know Dr. Keith Taylor as Gannon’s seventh president and from volunteering alongside him on GIVE (Gannon’s Invitation to Volunteer Everywhere) Day and the University’s international service trips. They now will know him in a new capacity: professor. Taylor is teaching a course, “Life in Balance – A Global View,” in the […]

Campus job supports social services

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Another week, another work study. This week’s spotlight shines on Allison Adkins, senior liberal studies major and her job in the Center for Social Concerns. Allison plans to enter the higher education workforce after graduation. What are some of your typical duties? I make Excel spreadsheets and update the volunteer database for the university. I […]

Trials of a Math-Fearing Theatre Major

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It’s not that I hate math, it’s really just that it scares me a little. Let me explain. Don’t get me wrong, I greatly appreciate the intricacies of mathematics. I just don’t exactly love being the one to… how should I say it… explore those intricacies.

10 Ways to Embrace All Faiths at Gannon

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Gannon University strives to be a community where students can develop their faith and serve others. The university’s mission calls for a commitment to both the specific Roman Catholic tradition as well as the diversity of faith traditions present in students and faculty. Want to celebrate your faith at Gannon? Here’s 10 ways we celebrate […]