Speed Writing: The art of starting (and finishing) that essay

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For many, writing an essay can be a difficult assignment. The blank page or white screen stares at you, mocking your lack of ambition to start writing. But it doesn’t have to be this way. You can write quickly and efficiently while still minimizing errors (and even giving yourself some time to edit). Here’s how […]

REDACTED: Analog Productivity

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For years, I’ve struggled with time management. I’ve always wanted to do more, put more on my plate and couldn’t seem to find a system to manage all of those details that kept falling through the cracks. This, obviously, leads to severe stress. How can anyone focus on relaxing during a break if you have […]

VIDEO: Gannon students try yoga

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In this edition of Gannon Try Guys, the guys test their yoga skills at Gannon’s Recreation and Wellness Center. The Recreation and Wellness Center offers a variety of fitness classes that are FREE to students. Whether you’re interested in yoga, Zumba, cardio cycle or Pilates, there’s a class available to help you reach your fitness goals.

VIDEO: SGA Presidential Debate 3/19/15

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The SGA Presidential debate was held March 19 in Waldron 219. Candidate Zachery Wolf and write-in candidate Michael Haas took turns addressing the issues faced by the presidential position and explained their respective campaign platforms.  Watch the debate below. The candidates responses have not been edited and are presented in full. The SGA election is March […]

The wise guys of “A Little Nonsense”

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I like to throw a theme behind my writing, especially when it comes to my blogs and features here at Edge Magazine. Lately, it’s been a theme of mental health and movies, the two things I know best. This week, that theme happens to be a newfound appreciation for theatre. I’ve lately taken a greater […]

Erie A to Z: City Council

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Most students live in Erie for four years of their life and move on once they graduate. However, with a bit of motivation you can determine more about the city with a short visit to City Council meetings. While to many these bureaucratic meetings may seem mundane, much of what it means to live and […]

Erie A to Z: Bayhawks

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Erie’s abundance of minor league sports offers entertainment for all kinds of sports fans. Hockey fans have the Erie Otters, baseball fans have the Erie Seawolves and basketball fans have the Bayhawks. The Erie Bayhawks are the local NBA Development League team based in downtown Erie. The team is known for once having Jeremy Lin on […]