Singing Valentines come to Gannon

January 23, 2018

Before you know it Valentine’s Day will be here, and love will be here once again. not that it ever left. What better way to welcome it than with song? It’s a great idea, right? Well, lucky for you Alpha Psi Omega, Gannon...

Professors responsible for undesirable nostalgia

April 29, 2015

Nostalgia seems to be my illness of choice these days. I can’t walk through a hallway without thinking that it may be my last time seeing these classrooms, offices or faces that have kept me company for the last four years. No...

Acting skills become useful in classroom

March 25, 2015

Anxiety is something that is very difficult for college students. We all have to deal with tests, jobs, tuition and even anxiety about getting that internship we applied for. So it is no surprise that the average American citizen...

‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ brings back memories

March 18, 2015

Over the weekend I went to see “To Kill a Mockingbird” with my friend Chris. We only went because our Drama class requires us to see two plays and write reviews on them. Neither of us are “play goers,” so I found this...

Editor finds harshest critique is often silent

January 21, 2015

Over Christmas break I took a short road trip to Cleveland for a theater festival. The day after New Year’s, I rolled myself out of bed and hopped in a van with seven other students to compete in the Kennedy Center’s American...

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