RUNDOWN: Driving blood, riding bulls, and American Hustle

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Monday April 7th: Delta Chi will be selling donuts in Waldron today! Tuesday April 8th: Phi Eta Sigma will be having a blood drive today in the Hammermill from 11am to 5pm. Wednesday April 9th: From 12:30-1:30pm in the Student Success center conference room there will be a résumé writing workshop! Thursday April 10th: From 3-6 […]

RUNDOWN: Dyeing to tell to tell secrets and more

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Monday March 31st: Post Secret U will be opening tonight in the Schuster Theater. There will be a reception from 6-8pm along with the display. Tuesday April 1st: CLASS IS CANCELLED TODAY….April fools!!!! Wednesday April 2nd: Alpha Sigma Tau will be having an event at their house tonight from 6-8pm! All women looking at Greek […]

Gannon OT alum: GU led me to 'the right place'

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As I look at where I am today, I realize that Gannon has played a major role in defining where I ended up – not just career wise, but also personally. Today my days are filled wearing a variety of hats: mommy, wife, occupational therapist (OT) and friend. And I know that I would not […]

Thriving and Surviving Freshman Year

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It’s kind of a shock to say that I’ve almost made it through my first year of college. I have worked my butt off to make it to this point, but it’s almost done. It’s 75 degrees outside – that’s how close summer is. It’s been one amazing journey, if I do say so myself. […]

The Numbers Guy: Crossing the State Line Was a Great Decision

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The Numbers: Insights from Accounting is sophomore Steve Jagodzinski’s new blog. Steve is an accounting major from Elmira, N.Y. Keep reading to see what Steve is up to, or e-mail him at jagodzin002@gannon.edu. Hello all, my name is Steve Jagodzinski; I am an accounting major from New York. Thanks for checking out my new blog! […]

Honors Society Takes a Walk on the 'WLD' Side

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Starbucks, homework and a football game are all common activities for a college student’s Saturday afternoon – not horseback riding, archery and a low ropes course. On Sept. 26, 19 students from Gannon’s chapter of Phi Eta Sigma were able to forgo the typical Saturday morning routine and partake in outdoor team-building activities at the […]