Posts Tagged ‘Krystina George’

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    Battalion caps off year with tactical exercises

    Apr 30, 14 • 1051 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Battling the cold and snowy winter of Erie has always been a major challenge for many individuals residing in and around the city. Digging out cars, finding driveways with the help of a shovel and braving the below-freezing wind became common practice...

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    ROTC cadets climb ranks, look to future

    Apr 2, 14 • 918 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by As students reflect on their college experiences, events such as freshman move-in day, hanging out with close friends, getting an A on a test that seemed to be impossible and counting down the years until their release into the real world may come to mind....

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    Color Guard to present at Pittsburgh Pens game

    Dec 4, 13 • 503 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Smoothly gliding across a long green lane set by the 50-yard line at a Gannon University football game. Heals digging into the ground, in sync, shoulder to shoulder, bearing some of the greatest traditions of this nation on their shoulders and grasped...

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    Cadets take part in field exercises

    Oct 9, 13 • 519 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by You’re walking along AJ’s Way when you notice a man or woman in uniform approaching you; you look up, smile and continue to go about your business, never fully realizing what is involved in the soldier’s college atmosphere. While the average college...

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    ROTC cadets travel to Eastern Europe

    Sep 18, 13 • 630 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Longing for sleep, I found myself alongside 10 fellow cadets who slept in the dark van weaving in and out of headlights around 2:30 a.m. en route to Fort Knox, Ky. Although sleep became the major activity in the van, I couldn’t help but let my now...

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    Battalion earns national recognition

    Apr 10, 13 • 206 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by It’s a staircase that only some stumble upon – eight flights of stairs that expose a path, to a floor that rugged boots and slick black shoes have glided across. The floor holds some of the grandest traditions of our nation, scoring from valor,...

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    Columnist reflects on Sept. 11 attacks

    Sep 12, 12 • 116 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by It’s a date that tragically stands bold in United States history books, sends chills up many individuals’ spines when spoken of and remains one of the biggest scars on American soil since the birth of the mighty nation. A nation that stood proud, tall,...

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    ROTC training begins with challenging training stage

    Sep 5, 12 • 102 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by It sways in the brisk wind, flies high above all and stands for everything the United States has been built upon and sacrificed to become the strong nation it is today. The colors of red, white and blue tell the story of valor, purity and perseverance;...

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    The Fray highlights spring concert event

    Mar 28, 12 • 226 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by It’s what all young musicians dream about: hearing their voice on a mainstream radio station, watching their song fight for progress on the charts, playing in front of thousands of screaming fans, hearing their name called for the nomination of an award,...