DANCE with DNCE – On Campus This Saturday

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Fresh off of their win of the MTV Video Music Award for “Best New Artist”, multi-platinum selling band DNCE with special guest CVBZ are coming to campus April 14. (Thanks Activities Programming Board!) All About the Band DNCE was formed in the summer of 2015. Their debut double-platinum single, “Cake By the Ocean” launched them […]

First World Problems: Reflections in Preparation for Haiti

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As much as I hate to admit it at times… I am a total millennial. Slow wifi, lack of social media and cold showers are some of my least favorite things. We are all used to these simple luxuries. For instance, when I moved into my apartment in late August this year I was horrified […]

Professional Networking 101: LinkedIn

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Oftentimes, many shy away from creating a professional online profile. As a future health professional, I have reaped many benefits from having an active professional profile in which I can connect with friends, classmates, teachers, and future employers. I have connected with occupational therapists from other countries as well as some in the area that […]

Your favorite Gannon magazine is coming to Tumblr!

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If you’ve never heard of it before, Tumblr is a microblogging platform with over 100 million users. Users create blogs based on a variety of topics and interests, from television shows and movies to travel and photography. People use Tumblr to showcase their work or their businesses, along with freaking out about their favorite things. […]

Staying connected: Tweeting and twittering

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Twitter. It seems appropriate enough for me to write about something I use every day. When I was trying to figure out what I wanted to write about, I tweeted for suggestions. Various people answered with all kinds of suggestions, and then it hit me. Why not write about Twitter? When it comes to social […]

Text my Facebook and tweet me on Google+

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Dear [Redacted] readers: Thank you for trying to get in touch with me. Unfortunately, you failed to follow protocol. I’ve come up with a list of digital prioritization to let people know how to contact me (or really anyone). Phone call: Only use this if a) you’re dying, b) you need something right this second […]

Pop some tags: A thrift shopper’s guide

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I’m sure while walking around campus you have heard someone sing, “I’m gonna pop some tags, only got $20 in my pocket.” Macklemore had it right, but he’s a little behind on the trend. Thrifting is not just a way to shop or save money, but something everyone should take seriously. It’s something I take […]

Wordplay in the workplace

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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 […]

CLICK-WORTHY: Small distractions from big decisions

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It’s that time of year when you are making big decisions, like where you want to go to college and what you want to do with the rest of your life. Here are a few links to take your mind off them: – Are you antsy for spring so that you can get back outside […]