Posts Tagged ‘Kate Robb’

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    Women should be celebrated

    Mar 13, 18 • 131 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by Last Thursday was one of my favorite “holidays” of the year: International Women’s Day (IWD). It’s not a very big secret that I’m an outspoken feminist, so IWD always kind of feels like a second Christmas for me. Although I try to praise women...

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    Editor prefers waking up to mooing, not cellphone alarm

    Mar 6, 18 • 193 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by Over spring break, I had the opportunity to travel to Immokalee, Fla., on a Gannon Inspired Faculty Trip (GIFT). During GIFTs, students enroll in a course during the semester and then use the travel experience to enrich what they are learning in the...

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    Classrooms should be safe

    Feb 20, 18 • 229 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by On Feb. 14, 17 students were murdered at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., in one of the deadliest school shootings in U.S. history. Suspect Nikolas Cruz, a 19-year-old man who had been expelled from the school, was arrested following...

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    City Council vote disappoints

    Feb 13, 18 • 193 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by I think it’s been two weeks since I’ve mentioned issues of social justice in Erie in my column. Fear not — the city has once again done something so ridiculous that I’m about to dedicate 550 words to airing out my grievances. At the Erie City...

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    Gannon to welcome new teams in the fall

    Feb 7, 18 • 557 Views • Competitive Cheer, Sports, WrestlingNo Comments

    by Beginning in the fall, the Gannon University community will have two new varsity sports teams to cheer for. The school will introduce both a women’s wrestling team and a third classification of competitive cheer in the 2018-2019 academic year. Lisa...

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    Opportunities await you

    Feb 7, 18 • 198 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by Studying abroad has been something I have aspired to do even before I committed to attend Gannon. Growing up in a small rural town, the thought of leaving Pennsylvania to be able to visit exotic places and bustling cities across the globe always seemed...

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    Nassar trial saddens editor

    Jan 30, 18 • 199 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by If you have been following the news in the past weeks, you have likely heard about the trial of Dr. Lawrence “Larry” Nassar, the former doctor of the national American gymnastics team. On Jan. 24, Nassar was sentenced to 40 to 175 years in jail after a...

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    Changes should be embraced

    Jan 16, 18 • 179 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by This semester will be one of change. And before you think “Oh no, not a ‘new year, new me’ story,” just know that I didn’t come to this conclusion willingly. The first way this semester will be different is mostly in my personal relationships....

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    Greek Life — it’s not like the movies

    Dec 5, 17 • 224 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by Explaining that I am involved in Greek Life on a college campus can sometimes result in some skeptical looks. I get it; social sororities and fraternities have been hotly criticized in national media recently, and the stereotypical reputation Greeks often...

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    A positive attitude goes far

    Nov 14, 17 • 252 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by “The sun will rise and we will try again.” It’s a quote I’ve been living by for the past week. College is sort of like a giant paradox because when I look back on the past semester as a whole, it’s been great, but there are some individual...