Paula Keaveney, Head of Politics at EHU, discusses the vote that kept Theresa May at the helm of the Tory Party, and the possible repercussions for UK politics.
After overcoming a number of personal hurdles, dedicated student Marcus has taken a step towards his dream career after graduating from Edge Hill’s Fastrack course.
A professor from Edge Hill’s Department of Law and Criminology has jointly edited a new collection of works examining contemporary issues in EU sports law and policy.
A high-flying career in international diplomacy beckons for Edge Hill University student Thomas de Freitas after he was selected to attend a global conference for future leaders.
The person who became the driving force in the campaign for justice for the victims and survivors of the Hillsborough Disaster and its aftermath has been awarded an Honorary Doctorate in Philosophy by Edge Hill University.
The clock is ticking, the countdown continues its inexorable progress, the midnight hour rapidly approaches. We could be talking about the start of the World Cup in Russia.
After 16 years as a professional footballer, including time at Aston Villa, Everton, Bolton Wanderers, and full Republic of Ireland honours, a life-threatening disease inspired a major rethink for Gareth.
After two successful decades in radio broadcasting, Dominic was unsure he could study again. But he thrived at Edge Hill, completing an LPC at BPP and becoming a JMW Manchester trainee solicitor.
There are many different approaches to studying, and competitive swimmer Charlie spent hours in the pool between commitments, maintaining his training schedule to achieve two national bronze medals.
For Nathan, there’s real satisfaction in seeing his workload lead to success stories for those he helps back on to their feet after past problems.