Advocating for change amidst pandemic

Madeline Bruce, Features Editor

August 25, 2020

This semester, I am taking a class called Writing for Social Change, which focuses on social justice issues and how writers can bring awareness to those issues, as well as mold their writing in a way that is more inclusive. I’ve...

Being “essential” offers new perspective

April 28, 2020

A couple of days ago, it hit me that I’m deemed “essential.” It seems a little weird to be considered essential for working in food service, when it is an industry that is so often looked down upon and belittled. I can’t...

Netflix’s ‘Tiger King’ a pleasant distraction

April 6, 2020

With the world in a frenzy over coronavirus, and much of the population sheltered at home, there’s not a whole lot to do besides getting comfortable on the couch and watching some Netflix. I heard buzz going around about...

California wildfires take a toll on the state; many lose belongings

September 7, 2018

Living in California has its perks, including a beautiful coastline with near perfect beaches and sunsets every day. The state has amazing sunny summer days with little to no rain, but sometimes that can be a curse. I am awar...

Movies influence editor

September 7, 2018

Most of the conversations that I have with my friends and family revolve around movies. The people that I surround myself with all speak a universal language of obscure quotes and references that a good amount of people do not u...

Editor hopes to remain optimistic through year

September 7, 2018

It really hit me during our physician assistant orientation two weeks ago: you are now in P.A. school. We walked into Morosky, professionally dressed with our white coats in hand and we took the professional physician assistant o...

Focusing on personal well-being in college is important

September 7, 2018

I stayed in Erie this summer and got a job at Panera and, since school started, I have realized how difficult it is to juggle a job and homework during my senior year at Gannon University. I’m also involved with the radio and new...

Editor ponders post-graduation ideas

September 7, 2018

On Aug. 22, I experienced my very last first day of school. God willing, I will be graduating at the end of this academic year and I will be off to bigger and better things than what good old Erie has to offer me. As someon...

New to The Land

January 20, 2016

Connor’s Corner: Time flies while having fun, growing wiser

October 29, 2014

Three years have come and gone during my time at Gannon University seemingly in the blink of an eye. I thought high school flew by, but college has been flipped to warp-speed. When the class of 2015 strolls across the stage...

Student ponders life after graduation day

September 17, 2014

 It’s been on my mind lately that we ask ourselves a lot of questions. There’s rarely a person who comes to school and knows exactly what they want to do with their lives and how they want to make that happen. In the three years I...

How to let people live their lives as they decide

September 17, 2014

When someone says “don’t think of a black cat,” usually a black cat immediately pops into your head. Maybe it’s because it seems like a simple request, but perhaps we just have a desire to do things we’re not supposed t...

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