Wordplay in the workplace

1278 Views 0 Comment
On Nov. 3, 2010, I published a blog here on Edge called “Wordplay: I Love My Major, Write or Wrong.” More than two years later, I’m happy to report that this statement still holds true (if you substitute “Job” for “Major,” that is). I graduated from Gannon in the spring of 2011 with a degree […]

Tales from Edge: The Mystery of the Mailroom

1132 Views 0 Comment
The Edge staffers take a journey to the other side of the building and find a mysterious mail room with packages for editors of old, but something else is lurking behind the boxes. [youtube_sc url=”http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5acsgnPKPxc&feature=plcp”]

Prep U for GU: Start the Semester at Preview GU

1248 Views 0 Comment
For some people, nothing is scarier than the unfamiliar. We get comfortable in our high school surroundings, and moving on into college can be difficult. That’s why Gannon hosts a three-day event at the beginning of each school year called Preview GU. It’s basically a crash course on everything Gannon. And when I say everything, […]

1,000 Words: Jumping into the Next Chapter

1005 Views 0 Comment
Although graduation has been a recurring theme lately here at Edge – I’m going to take one last moment to touch on it. It seems like yesterday I stumbled onto this campus, wide-eyed and terrified that I didn’t know a single person in the entire school. That quickly changed and I soon had more friends […]

GUEST BLOG: Edge Advisor Salutes Grads, Welcomes New Editors

1161 Views 0 Comment
It’s a bittersweet weekend at Gannon as we say goodbye and good luck to the Class of 2011. Goodbyes are hard, but it’s exciting to see our newest graduates moving eagerly to the next phase of their lives. Gannon graduates do big things, and I’m sure this class will be no exception. As the advisor […]

College Search 101: Editors Offer Advice

1505 Views 0 Comment
May is upon us, and it’s the end of our school year here at Gannon. We decided to do things a little differently for our final College Search 101. We thought the bulleted list was nice, but that it would be even better to get some first-hand opinions from our editorial board about the most […]

1,000 Words: Schuster Theatre Goes Celtic with ‘Camelot’

1452 Views 0 Comment
Join the knights of the roundtable in Gannon University Schuster Theatre’s production of “Camelot.” The show runs April 14-16 and April 28-30 at 8 p.m. and April 17 and May 1 at 2 p.m. Reservations can be made by calling the box office at (814) 871-7494, and are free with student ID. Photos by Carly […]

CLICK-WORTHY: Useful (and Random) Links from Nicole Dohoda

1406 Views 0 Comment
As the end of the semester approaches, and the workload teachers are assigning seems never-ending, sometimes all you need is a quick, stress-free study break to get your focus back. Here is a pre-packaged break just for you — put down your textbook and check out a few of these links — you deserve a […]

Eternal Sunshine Approaches Dusk

1438 Views 0 Comment
If you’re reading this – my last blog entry – I want to thank you. You, the prospective college student making your way through the maze of postcards, packets and emails sent to you by colleges across all 50 states, have chosen to visit us here at Edge. By visiting us, you’ve confirmed the belief […]

College Search 101: Spring into Action

1328 Views 0 Comment
Even though summer’s not here quite yet, it’s still time to keep pushing forward on that college search. So to help you continue smoothly into the merry month of April, we’ve got a fresh new checklist to aid you and your plan of action (with the help of our dear friends at collegeboard.com, of course). […]