A Sport & Exercise Master

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Hi, my name is Brennan Clouner.  I am from Cranberry Township which is a suburb fairly close to the city of Pittsburgh.  Here at Gannon, my undergraduate studies degree was Sport and Exercise Science, and now I am still here at Gannon pursuing my Master of Sport and Exercise Science (MSES) degree. I chose to […]

Living the “Suite” Life in North Hall

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Some of Gannon’s new freshmen have been given the opportunity to live in the new suites in North Hall. See what a few of them have to say about it. Becah Ford, biology/ pre-med: I have found North Hall to be a great place for my home away from home. My roommates and some of […]

History of Irish Holiday Shows Cultural Balance

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Everyone is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day. It’s a holiday associated with the color green, leprechauns and shamrocks. It’s a day where suddenly the entire world has turned into Emerald City with everyone wearing green. However, most people who don the color have no idea what the day is truly about. Some don’t even know […]

Students Hit the Slopes for Fun – and for Credit

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It’s 6 p.m. on a Wednesday evening – what are you doing? While many of us are eating dinner or starting that philosophy homework, 53 lucky Gannon University students are arriving at Holiday Valley, a ski resort in New York for their weekly skiing class. The six-hour class, taught by Abbey Bower, Ph.D., of the […]

Freshmen Dive In to First-Year Experience

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First-year students at Gannon may be wondering what can help them ease into college classes, work and life in general.  Gannon’s newest edition to the freshman program – called the “First-Year Experience,” is here to help. But the First-Year Experience encompasses more than a single class or activity. Gerry Miele, director of new student services, […]

Keeping a Job in School: It is Possible!

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Balancing schoolwork, extracurricular activities and a job can be quite the juggling act – but many students at Gannon are willing to take on the challenge. College is a time of making new friends, learning new things and ultimately preparing for the future. One way students experience the responsibilities of the future is by holding […]

Going Home for the Holidays: The First Trip Down Memory Lane

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Finals week is wrapping up. This means that besides vocabulary words, projects with rapidly approaching due dates and never-ending essays, the only thing on everyone’s mind is Christmas break. This is by far the most exciting and stressful time of the year. With so much going on, it’s easy to let everything become a stressor. […]

Student Voices: Where Is Your Favorite Place to Go in Erie?

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For fun, food, music or the bare necessities, GU students know where to go to get what they need. Check out the rundown as we ask: Where is your favorite place to go in Erie? Joe Witkowski, sophomore sport and exercise science major: “Forward Hall is my favorite place to go in Erie, because they […]