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Between the ongoing pandemic, the continuing PASSHE system redesign, and retrenchment already hitting multiple universities (including Edinboro), change remains in the air. Here’s a rundown of Edinboro’s past six months and what’s to come.

“Nothing gives me greater pleasure than to be serving the students,” said new EUSGA President Majd Al Halaby.

Edinboro students were invited to join Interim President Dr. Dale-Elizabeth Pehrsson for a virtual “Tea Time” on Feb. 3, from noon to 1 p.m.

An album for the traumatized masses, Langhorne Slim’s “Strawberry Mansion” aims to turn the page, if only for a moment, from the seemingly never-ending barrage of insanity and anxiety defining American life.

Despite the pandemic hardships, the club was able to get together to paint a mural in support of breast cancer awareness month.

"Over the last 7 days, there has been an upward trend in our positive cases of COVID-19 among students. Student Health Services has been working diligently to support testing, quarantining and isolation to help minimize the spread."

Hayley Williams’ new album, “Flowers in Vases,” is a heartbreaking, haunting and melancholic portrayal of a breakup. Let's take a deeper dive into it, song by song.

“We will continue to follow the science, but we are very hopeful that students can return to in-person classes, living in our residence halls and engaging in more activities.”

“Our simulations are our safe place … they’re definitely one of the best experiences the nursing program has.”
Edinboro Senior — Morgan Scott

With the Edinboro campus aiming for a fall 2021 reopening and housing applications now open for next semester, both the prospect of a safe campus and questions regarding COVID-19 vaccinations have come into focus.

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