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    Nursing majors face clinical hardships

    Mar 26, 20 • 881 Views • NewsNo Comments

    The announcement came March 13 that Gannon University would be switching to remote education for the rest of the semester. Some students were still expected to remain on campus for their majors, primarily nursing majors. The school’s nursing students were...

  • Saying goodbye to Gannon

    Mar 18, 20 • 386 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    I had thoughts about how college was going to end for me. I also thought I had two more months to worry about – and just two was stressful enough. But that’s not how things worked out. I have a week to say goodbye to everyone I’ve come to know and love...

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    Worry spreads among student body

    Mar 11, 20 • 719 Views • News, Top StoriesNo Comments

    Fear and worry continue to grow as increasingly more cases of the coronavirus are reported throughout the country and the world. Gannon University has taken further action to cope with the spread of the virus. Most recently, Gannon has sent for the return of...

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    OT students welcome wellness at LECOM

    Feb 26, 20 • 886 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    As occupational therapy students at Gannon University continue on their level-one fieldwork, two students are being recognized for their work at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine Center for Health and Aging. Adriana Lasky and Cassandra Shelpman, both...

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    Gannon partnership to help shape I-HACK program

    Feb 19, 20 • 897 Views • NewsNo Comments

    A new partnership was announced Feb. 12 between Gannon University and Extreme Networks, the industry’s first cloud-driven, end-to-end networking company. This will bring new opportunities for students across several programs including health care, criminal...

  • Learning to manage stress in college

    Feb 19, 20 • 393 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    This is college, and we’re all here struggling. And with that struggle comes difficult weeks. Some weeks are more difficult than others. There will be weeks that Friday is the light at the end of the tunnel, and it’s a very small light and the tunnel is...

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    Students plan safer walking routes for kids

    Feb 19, 20 • 663 Views • Features, Top StoriesNo Comments

    A group of Gannon University students received local recognition and praise last month for their work creating safer routes for local elementary students to get to and from school. The group of students, including Cora Yenges, Adam Figurski and Qusai Abdel...

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    Gannon focuses on keeping coronavirus a non-issue

    Feb 12, 20 • 1085 Views • NewsNo Comments

    As more and more cases of the novel coronavirus appear closer and closer to Gannon University, students worry about what is being done to keep them healthy. With growing concern, Gannon focuses on awareness as preparation after releasing its first update. In...

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    Business students get Super Bowl experience

    Feb 5, 20 • 598 Views • Features, Top StoriesNo Comments

    Students from Gannon University gained work experience at Super Bowl LIV Sunday. The 12 students returned to campus Tuesday after having left Jan. 28 to work the days leading up to the Super Bowl. Gannon faculty Eric Brownlee, Ph.D., an associate professor of...

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    GIS students to present at Jefferson Educational Society

    Feb 5, 20 • 1100 Views • NewsNo Comments

    Eight students from professor Christopher Magno’s Geographic Information Software (GIS) classes will be presenting their final projects at 6 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 13, at the Jefferson Educational Society. The presentation will showcase various mapping...