The importance of midsemester breaks and safety

Benjamin Haylett, Arts & Leisure Editor

October 13, 2020

I don’t presume to speak for the student body of Gannon University, but I feel fairly confident that just about everyone on campus is feeling the same way I am. I am in serious need of a break. Between the steadily increasing...

The hunt for a car and a good exam grade

Benjamin Haylett, Arts & Leisure Editor

September 8, 2020

I’m going to start this out by saying that I wouldn’t wish what happened to me a couple weekends ago on my worst enemy. Well, maybe I’d wish it on my worst enemy, but not somebody who just kind of annoyed me. Yeah, that’s...

Time at home leads to overeating

April 19, 2020

Gone are the carefree days of just getting out a pack of ramen and cooking it for only myself. Well, that’s not entirely true, but for the most part since I have been home, I have been eating and cooking much more than I would...

A look back on a crazy year

March 18, 2020

Well, this is a bit weird. Never did I expect to be putting out the last print column of the year in the middle of March, but here we are. The way I see it, we were all dealt a pretty bad hand these past couple months, but we...

First time in New York City

March 11, 2020

As a kid from a very small town and a family that hates big cities, I never got to experience too much of an urban lifestyle. Watching shows like “Friends” with my sister sparked this intense interest in going to New York...

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