Religion hasn’t had the greatest reputation of late. There are pastors who use their congregation as a force for benevolence and meaningful change though.
It’s that time of year again: the pumpkin spice latte craze.
A door opens at 10,000 feet, your ears picking up something only properly described as “loud.” You hear someone shout to you, over the swirling, gusting winds, “it’s almost time!”
Twenty-two veterans commit suicide every day. That’s 22 too many.
On Thursday, Sept. 24, Dr. Richard McCarty spoke at Edinboro University about eschatology.
On Thursday, Sept. 17, the online application for graduation was launched in order to simplify the process of applying for graduation.
Tonight, a panel of experts are headed to Edinboro University to explore the relationship between journalists and law enforcement professionals.
Edinboro University has received a national award for the second year in a row.
Some young girls spend their summer days running through fields to pick bouquets of bright yellow dandelions; some dress up as princesses and smear red lipstick across their faces. But some — or at least one — drew floor plans for fun.
Retired U.S. Army Major General and Edinboro alumni, Mari K. Eder, kicked off the Distinguished Alumni Lecture Series Tuesday evening.
Voices editor Emma Giering talks to local filmmaker John C. Lyons about his next project.
“Without a doubt he is the guy to beat in this region, day in and day out.” Those were the words of Edinboro head tennis coach Lee Underwood, who did not shy away from praising sophomore, Vitor Albanese.
The redshirt senior defensive end entered the 2015 season with high expectations for the Edinboro defense, but as for personal goals, Principale is thinking even bigger.
Just three weeks into the 2015 football season, fifth year senior offensive tackle Jacob Potts was selected to play in the 2016 Dream Bowl.
On paper, Edinboro, a team getting national attention, was the clear-cut favorite heading into its match against Lock Haven.
After jumping out to a 30-9 lead midway through the third quarter, visiting California (Pa.) held on to beat Edinboro in a 37-30 battle to open up PSAC West play on Saturday afternoon at Sox Harrison Stadium.
The current show features William Thomas Thompson, who is a religious artist from Greenville, South Carolina. He drove from South Carolina to attend the opening night of the gallery on Wednesday, Sept. 23.
The month of scares and frights are upon us once again and with it some new movies to check out.
With the 2016 presidential election quickly approaching, people across the nation are discussing their political views. One, out of a plethora of views, that tends to be an extremely hot topic among voters is pro-life versus pro-choice.
We Can Do It!” That’s the slogan that should pop into everyone’s mind when the word “feminism” is brought up.