Freedom is: Gannon University

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Freedom. It is a simple word that almost everyone knows the definition of. Merriam-Webster’s online dictionary defines freedom as “the quality or state of being free, such as the absence of necessity, coercion, or constraint in choice or action.” It seems like a simple concept, yet many lives have been laid down for this simple […]

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 […]

Research and Scholarship, Celebrated at Gannon

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“Celebrate Gannon is an annual showcase of the academic accomplishments of Gannon University’s undergraduate and graduate students,” said Jessica Hartnett, Ph.D., Celebrate Gannon Chair and associate professor of psychology. “It is a wonderful opportunity to share intellectual passion with the Gannon community and to learn how to communicate the excitement you feel about the work […]

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 […]

Top Eight Things You Need to Bring for Class

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I am a chronic over-packer. You know that scene in “Toy Story 2” where Mrs. Potato Head is prepping Mr. Potato Head to go rescue Woody and she goes as far as to pack him an extra pair of eyes? Well, let’s just say I never knew I had so much in common with an […]

Gannon Goings-On: Professors Talk Classes!

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We’ve heard a lot about what students are doing that they find interesting in classes and clubs, but what are teachers enjoying about their classes this semester? Gannon Goings-On has the scoop! Dr. Aaron Kerr, Philosophy Professor “My ethics class is finishing up their course by reading Nancy Sherman’s After War. In this course, we have […]

Gannon Goings-On

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What’s happening at Gannon? Students talk to Edge Magazine about what they’re learning in classes and clubs in Gannon Goings-On. Catie Strout Freshman, Physician’s Assistant Strout is taking her first psychology class at Gannon. “I’ve been very interested to learn about how many different aspects of our lives are affected simply by the way we […]

Gannon Goings-On

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Gannon Goings-On: Your firsthand look at what students are doing in class and with campus organizations! Tom Barton Junior, Theatre and Communication Arts As a sports lover, Barton has gotten lots of opportunities to learn about sports broadcasting by being involved with Gannon’s radio station, 90.5 WERG. “Every week, the Prime Time Sports Guys go […]

Gannon Goings-On: EDGE Edition

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Gannon Goings-On: Your firsthand look at what students are doing in class and with campus organizations! This week, we take a look at what the Edge staff is up to:   Michael Haas Junior, Theatre and Political Science, Editor-in-Chief “I’ve been practicing Arabic, which I’m taking with Dr. Baugh. Even though it’s just an introductory […]

Gannon Goings-On

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Gannon Goings-On: Your firsthand look at what students are doing in class and with campus organizations!   Brandon Jaces — Sophomore, Journalism Communications Brandon is a member of the baseball team and is a member of ServeMore Sophomores and the Honor’s Program. “[ServeMore Sophomores] has allowed me to make friends with people I would have never met otherwise […]