The Edge Podcast – Episode 4: David Long talks “Windy” City, Leadership Development and Wet Zoos

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Teddy sits down with fellow Gannon student, David Long, who exudes coolness. Listen as David talks Chicago, wet zoos, campus involvement, leadership development, and future goals. What is David’s guilty-pleasure song? Who would he invite to hypothetical brunch? Does David love his Mom? (Of course he does!!!) But for the rest of the answers, you’re […]

The Edge Podcast – Episode 3: Ryan Hamilton on Stress Relief Tea, Semi-Vegetarianism and Incredible Travels

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Meet Ryan Hamilton, one of the most involved students on campus! Listen to hear about his favorite college experiences, egg bombs, Disney songs, and who he would invite to hypothetical brunch! Ryan introduces me to stress relief tea, semi-vegetarianism, and other tips to maintaining health and sanity in trying times! Why do Ryan and I have […]

The Edge Podcast – Episode 2: What To Do in Erie

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Live music, beaches, urban campus… what do our students like to do in Erie all year? Teddy, Alli and Jess talk about their favorite activities in the area: amusement and water parks, food, festivals and more. (Someone may or may not break into an impromptu a cappella Waldameer jingle so.. if that’s not worth a listen…) […]

The Edge Podcast – Episode 1: Reganne O’Brien of Gutless Guys & Girls

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Scholarship, awareness, support and much more. Gutless Guys & Girls’ founder and president and Woman Making History award nominee Reganne O’Brien sits down with Edge podcaster Teddy Rankin to talk about the evolution of her organization that brings students with similar medical conditions like Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis together for support and community fellowship. Learn more about […]

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 […]

My life as a Roman Emperor

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In this week’s edition of REDACTED, I talk about a time I was (read as: performed as) a Roman Emperor and the real-life application of Laban movement in everyday life! Acting has a lot of basis in real life, and application in a variety of industries. And yes, this photo is of me as Tiberius: […]