Since Thanksgiving is just days away, we thought it would be fun to find out for what students are thankful. Here’s what a few Gannon students had to say: Emma Mancini sophomore, biology/pre-med major:I am thankful for my friends and family because they give me support no matter what happens.
I cannot believe it’s already November. The holiday breaks are coming up and I am one step closer to graduation. It dawned on me the other day after a grueling week that we have to remember that while we are students and we are here to get a good education, we are allowed to have some […]
As part of our Catholic identity and Gannon’s mission, all students are encouraged to spend some time each semester volunteering. There are even some classes that require a certain number of volunteer hours for a grade. Here are 10 easy ways to help others in your spare time.
Thanksgiving break is in sight – it is roughly 55 pages of memorized lines for “Nevermore,” two short poetry explications and one 10-page Media Ethics and Criticism paper away. OK, that sounds much worse than it actually is. I’ve been working on these things for the last few weeks to prepare for the end of […]
As Thanksgiving approaches, it’s an important time of the year in the college search and application process. We turned our Edge camera on Miles Vida, assistant director of admissions at Gannon, for some pointers. Whether you’re a high school freshman, sophomore, junior or senior, find out what steps you should consider taking at this point […]
Another fall break has come and gone, complete with the obligatory ‘lets-do-lunch’ texts to every person you ever knew in high school, the time with family and nearly-full week of ZERO classes. That last part is probably my favorite. But while I spent most of the time trying to just recharge my batteries, I also […]