‘Features’

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    Extraordinary love in ordinary form

    Dec 6, 16 • 135 Views • AlumKnights, FeaturesNo Comments

    by This Advent season, Christians eagerly await the celebration of our savior, portrayed in a text dating back nearly two millennia. The story offers a paradox in which two simplistic people, Mary and Joseph, welcome God as a child. I’m sure many of you...

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    Student reflects on social experiment

    Dec 6, 16 • 35 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by As a student in the social work program, I participated in a homelessness simulation earlier this semester. Nine students enrolled in SCWK 230-01 Human Diversity participated in a simulation designed to increase our level of empathy and to help us...

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    Biology professor produces film for Celldance

    Dec 6, 16 • 111 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Last year, Gannon University biology professor Elisa Konieczko, Ph.D., nominated the Douglas Robinson Lab at Johns Hopkins University to be one of three labs to present its research in film at the annual meeting of the American Society for Cell Biology...

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    Good for U promotes intellectual wellness

    Dec 6, 16 • 61 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by As this semester at Gannon University concludes, and finals week approaches, Good for U looks to end 2016 on a note of wellness by reminding the campus community to embrace their intellectual wellness as they prepare for final exams. Intellectual wellness...

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    Today in History: 1979

    Dec 6, 16 • 25 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Joe Luckey (center), accompanied by the Rev. Richard Sullivan on the organ, leads fellow staff and their family members in singing Christmas carols at the annual Gannon staff Christmas party in Dec.1979. Luckey was a beloved member of the Gannon community...

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    Today in History: 1973

    Nov 29, 16 • 94 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Gannon University alum Joseph Robie performs the ceremonial puck drop at a hockey game on Nov. 30, 1973. Robie graduated from Gannon in 1949 and went on to serve in the U.S. Army during World War II as a paratrooper, play semi professional football for the...

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    Stress of finals week already got you down?

    Nov 29, 16 • 143 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by As the students, faculty and staff of Gannon University return from a restful Thanksgiving break, Good for U looks to continue promoting a culture of wellness by reminding the campus community to embrace its emotional wellness as the semester concludes....

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    Flying solo: Travel tips for beginners

    Nov 29, 16 • 384 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by So you’ve booked your ticket after a long, drawn-out battle between you and the flight gods. They won, and it looks like your seat on the six-hour flight is practically inside the jet’s bathroom. While you might not be able to change your seat...

  • issue11_features_steve

    Being a resident assistant more than just busting freshmen

    Nov 29, 16 • 102 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by My name is Steven Pitcairn and I am a second-year resident assistant (RA) at Wehrle Hall. I took the job to help build community in the hall of Wehrle and have fun doing it. I have made so many friends that I would never have met before if I did not sign...

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    Student reflects on life in England

    Nov 29, 16 • 187 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Only three short months ago, I boarded a plane at Pittsburgh International Airport and began what I could only imagine to be the best experience of my life. Little did I know, all of my preparation could not prepare me for what was awaiting me on the other...