Just in time for Homecoming 2017 comes the second annual Edinboro Alumni Issue. Here, writers for The Spectator and the university's "Feature Writing" course talk to past students about current accomplishments, lives of achievement and much, much more. From a 30-year member of the Barnum & Bailey circus, to a CFL lineman, to a "GeoExplorer," we've got it all. The print edition features 5 stories, while online, you'll find extended versions and 3 bonus tales.

Crisp fall weather descends upon North America and with it — all across the United States — homecoming festivities come in tow. Parades pack the streets. Football stadiums fill with fans. New homecoming royalty is crowned each year.

The Edinboro Fighting Scots football team lost two games last year as the third ranked team in the PSAC West.

Recently appointed Interim Chancellor of PASSHE, Dr. Karen M. Whitney visited Edinboro University on Oct. 2 as part of her state-wide campus tour of the state system’s universities.

Britton and Natalie discuss new music from Wolf Parade, Demi Lovato, The World Is A Beautiful Place and I'm No Longer Afraid To Die and more in this riveting episode of Were You Even Listening?

Keep up with all WFSE specialty programming with our weekly Spotify playlists.

Watch the Edinboro football team's homecoming matchup against Mercyhurst. The game kicks off at 2 p.m. 

Follow along with the university's Edinboro 2017 Homecoming hashtag: #BoroHoco2017. 

Watch Edinboro Television's coverage of the 2017 Homecoming Parade.

Dr. Sian Proctor has always considered herself an explorer, and the geosciences professor at South Mountain Community College in Arizona knew at an early age she would have a career as a scientist. 

Thomas Dillon worked for 30 years as part of the Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey. He talks his career, the controversy facing the company toward its end, and much more. 

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