Edinboro University prides itself on having an art school they believe can stack up with the best in the country. And with the success of someone like Jordan Koch, they’re certainly making a case.

In this second part of The Spectator’s multi-week look into Edinboro’s financial, academic and enrollment standing, we focus on how students from around the Erie and Edinboro areas chose other state schools over Edinboro.

On Feb. 28, the Office of Social Equity sponsored the event, “Soul Fest: An Interactive Soul Food Dinner.” 

If you’re looking for an album to help expose the deepest, darkest caverns of a lonely mind, “You’re Not As _____ As You Think” is it.

EdinboroNow Examines takes on the Affordable Care Act, its possible repeal and replace, along with community thoughts on health care coverage. A survey of approximately 200 individuals anchors the coverage. 

Edinboro University prides itself on having an art school they believe can stack up with the best in the country. And with the success of someone like Jordan Koch, they’re certainly making a case.

In this second part of The Spectator’s multi-week look into Edinboro’s financial, academic and enrollment standing, we focus on how students from around the Erie and Edinboro areas chose other state schools over Edinboro.

The president’s inauguration kicks off the eventful academic week on Thursday, at 1 p.m. in the Louis C. Cole Auditorium.

The Edinboro men’s track and field team traveled to Charlotte, North Carolina this past weekend for the 49’er Classic, an event that’s been a staple in the team’s schedule for some time.

The Edinboro Fighting Scots wrestling team sent eight qualifiers to the NCAA National Tournament in St. Louis, with one, Sean Russell, bringing home All-American honors.

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