Four young individuals who each participated in the Edinboro University football team’s 12th man program, beamed from ear to ear on Friday, Dec. 9 at the end-of-season 12th man banquet.
“Lifelines” was released Oct. 21 across the nation and in just under a week it has sold 21,677 copies.
Last Wednesday, Nov. 2, students from Edinboro University’s Sociology of Disability class hosted two events on campus.
The Student-Athlete Academic Program (SAAP) is offered to student athletes who may struggle with their academic studies.
Last week, ASPCUF held a three day strike, which sparked a noticeable support from students, some joining the picket line at its beginnings on Oct. 19 at 5 a.m.
Edinboro University’s Planetarium looks to offer enriching educational experiences for students and the community in order to become more knowledgeable in astronomy.
Edinboro University recently appointed Diana Sanders as its new director of financial aid.
Hannah Webster breaks down the campus meal plans, along with pricing. How much are you spending yearly on campus food?
The recent budget impasse affected agriculture research greatly.
Sewing enthusiast, puzzle-solver, “Doctor Who” fan and now, Edinboro Student Government Association President. Meet Antoinette Jackson.
Football head coach Justin Lustig has reportedly resigned, moving to Syracuse University.
Lock Haven University's president announces elimination of the indoor track and field program.
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.