Starting college can be rough for many. You’re away from home for the first time with a completely new workload, completely new classes and completely new people.
With the thought of the university closing, multiple Edinboro businesses commented on the hypothetical situation.
After a long wait, Noodle, 2D, Russel and Murdoc are back with “Humanz,” a dark, contemporary dance album that feels perfectly tuned to the music industry in 2017.
“My favorite thing is being able to find solutions to problems in a creative way,” said Kaitlyn Bajakian, a sophomore graphic design major at Edinboro University.
Recently, Edinboro University announced that Moe’s Southwest Grill, located at 2052 Edinboro Road, was the newest vendor to partake in the Boro Bucks program.
Only one word comes to mind while thinking of Kendrick Lamar’s new album: DAMN.
“Unforgettable” falls into this category of crazy ex films, and while it’s somewhat campy and predictable, it definitely has the ability to scare your socks off.
The fifth installment in the "album that changed my life" by EdinboroNow staff. Keep up with all of the albums that changed our lives in this Spectator Music weekly series.
Allyson Crowley-Duncan played her bagpipe for all who came to support her in the Louis C. Cole Auditorium on Saturday, April 15.
The celebration in Erie had speakers, food trucks and booths, with free items and science experiments for the children and community, all meant to bring awareness of the importance of science to the community.