Posts Tagged ‘michael guido’

  • Why do general education courses matter?

    Nov 13, 19 • 137 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by As students begin scheduling for next semester, many, if not all of us will need to schedule courses that are required of all in all majors. To some students, they are a pain in the butt. Many wonder why they have to take a course on Introduction to Music...

  • Meeting people of stature; not much pressure

    Nov 6, 19 • 244 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by In my life, I’ve had the pleasure to meet some incredible and well-known figures. I’ve met prominent sports athletes such as Lynn Swann, influential politicians and business leaders, and perhaps the biggest of them all, Vice President Mike Pence. This...

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    Hagel visit kicks off speakers’ summit

    Nov 6, 19 • 397 Views • News, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by The Global Summit XI kicked off its annual speaker series at Gannon University Monday evening with the moderated talk featuring former U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel. Hagel, a two-time Purple Heart recipient in the Vietnam War and former U.S....

  • Global Summit making return to Gannon

    Oct 30, 19 • 740 Views • News, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by The Jefferson Educational Society’s Global Summit speaker series will once again be returning to Gannon this fall. The three-week long lecture series will be bringing some well-known faces to campus. Former U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel will be...

  • The course list is out: panic or patience?

    Oct 30, 19 • 182 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by It’s that time of the semester again: the time when courses for the coming semester are posted online, and the initial rush of emotions begins to take over. Feelings are typically mixed when students discover that the next semester course list is...

  • Appreciating fall and what it can offer for all

    Oct 23, 19 • 242 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by We all have our favorite season, whether that would be spring, summer, winter or fall. For me, fall is my favorite season, without question. That’s not to say the other seasons aren’t great in their own right; spring is a time of renewal and rebirth,...

  • Being mentally prepared for the sprint to the finish

    Oct 16, 19 • 284 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by As everyone gets back into the swing of things this week, some may find it difficult to readjust to everyday school life. After several days of sleeping in and little stress, it can be hard to push yourself back into the routine of 8 a.m.’s and...

  • Business Day seeks to open doors

    Oct 2, 19 • 651 Views • News, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by Gannon University will host its annual Business Day event Friday in the Center for Business Ingenuity. The event, which will run from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., is an opportunity for Gannon students to participate in panels dedicated to discussing specialized...

  • Fall break is a chance to relax and recharge

    Oct 2, 19 • 306 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by The first half of the fall semester can be a struggle for some students when it comes to readjusting to a schedule, remembering to study and getting a decent night of sleep. So, the first few weeks can be difficult to say the least and that frustration and...

  • Student learns letting go is hard, but beneficial

    Sep 25, 19 • 231 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by It’s OK to let go. That’s the conversation I recently had with myself as I came to terms that an era of my life was officially ending. Due to events that were occurring elsewhere, but events I was nonetheless very aware of, I came to the realization...