Posts Tagged ‘alexa rogers’

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    Students explore Gannon’s YouTube channel

    Jan 22, 20 • 185 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    Many know about Gannon University’s Instagram and Facebook pages, but that isn’t the only social media that Gannon is active on. Gannon has its own YouTube channel named “gannontube.” With almost 500 subscribers, the channel has been actively...

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    Gannon purchases West Eighth building

    Jan 22, 20 • 171 Views • News, Top StoriesNo Comments

    Gannon University’s latest plans for expansion comes in the form of a newly purchased building on the corner of Eighth and Sassafras streets, the RCWE building. Closing will take place on Feb. 1. Terms for the sale were agreed upon in December, Doug...

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    Renovations continue for Gannon chapel

    Dec 4, 19 • 1323 Views • NewsNo Comments

    The renovations for Gannon University’s Mary, Seat of Wisdom Chapel are closer to completion, as the goal remains to have the project finished by the end of the spring semester. The design for the chapel will hopefully be approved by the end of the month,...

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    New Gannon initiative launches

    Nov 20, 19 • 1410 Views • News, Top StoriesNo Comments

    You may have noticed the GU+ symbols painted on the ground along popular Gannon University walkways, and those have to do with GU+. This week starts training sessions to introduce employees, faculty and staff to the service framework that GU+ is all about....

  • The life of a broke college student

    Nov 20, 19 • 387 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    College students are notorious for being broke, thanks to heavy loans and long hours devoted to classes and studying that limit when someone can get a job. Students are set up to have this broke lifestyle. We eat our ramen and our macaroni and cheese cups. We...

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    Waitlisting creates issues for certain students

    Nov 13, 19 • 909 Views • NewsNo Comments

    As registration begins for the spring semester, waitlists form and advisers worry about how prepared their students will be. One adviser and associate professor in the School of Communication and the Arts, Mary Carol Gensheimer, said the waitlist system has...

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    Gannon hosts second annual Hackathon event

    Nov 6, 19 • 471 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    Billboards are up all over town announcing Gannon University’s second annual Hackathon Cybersecurity Competition, which is scheduled for the next two Saturdays. The event originally was launched as a marketing and recruiting tool for the new I-HACK programs...

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    Annual security report reveals violations increase

    Oct 30, 19 • 1043 Views • NewsNo Comments

    Gannon University’s annual security report showed an increase in disciplinary reports relating to both drug possession and alcohol violations on campus in 2018 when compared with previous years. Comparing the numbers on the report, the number of...

  • Learning to ask for help can be more beneficial than hurtful

    Oct 30, 19 • 230 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    Asking for help has always been hard for me. It felt like weakness. But, help wouldn’t be there if you should not ask for it. Now, it’s my job to make sure people can reach out for help. I have no room to hesitate about getting help when I need it —...

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    Morosky College being revamped

    Oct 23, 19 • 1113 Views • News, Top StoriesNo Comments

    Gannon University’s Morosky College of Health Professions and Sciences is facing some major program restructuring throughout the next three years. The restructuring will result in five schools created and organized under the Morosky name. Under this plan,...