The Spectator's Fall 2017 special issue hits campus during finals week, giving students a complete breakdown of the state of higher education, a year after the strike between APSCUF and PASSHE. What’s changed? How are the students doing? Financially, what is in store for each university?

Answers to these questions of ours, and more, can be found within this special issue.

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.

Join Britton and Natalie as they go through the best and worst 2017 had to offer with the (to be yearly) WERE YOU EVEN LISTENING AWARDS.

Since July 2015, the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) Board of Governors has approved 59 new degree programs, stretching across 12 of the 14 state universities. 

As homes, cities and lives were shaken this year by the destructive natural force trifecta known as hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria, education took no backseat to the disruption these super storms inflicted.

Between Fall 2012 and Fall 2016, the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) has seen a 10.51 percent decrease in overall undergraduate enrollment.

In this continuing exploration, we move to evaluations, the differences amongst universities and student thoughts. 

Join Britton and Natalie as they go through the best and worst 2017 had to offer with the (to be yearly) WERE YOU EVEN LISTENING AWARDS.

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