Edge Hill University Pipped at the Post

Edge Hill University was pipped at the post last night by the University of Exeter in the race for the coveted Times Higher Educational Supplement University of the Year Award for 2007.

Why Don’t Boys Sing?

Thousands of boys are afraid to sing because they fear it may damage their masculinity, according to latest research.

A £200,000 Boost for a Greener Edge Hill

Edge Hill University has won over £200,000 of funding in competition with other major public and private sector organisations to introduce state-of-the-art technology to cut carbon emissions on the Ormskirk campus.

Short Story Competition Winner Announced

Irish author and journalist Colm Toibin was unveiled as the winner of Edge Hill University’s Prize for the Short Story at an awards ceremony in Manchester on Friday 20 July.

YouTube Captures the Spirit of Edge Hill

Trainee maths teacher Joe Cornmell demonstrated his film making skills and was judged to be the best entrant in a competition for students to capture the spirit of Edge Hill University.

Learning from the Past

An Auschwitz survivor who has devoted much of his life encouraging young people to learn from the ills of the past has been honoured by Edge Hill University.

Women’s Voice Still Struggles to be Heard

Celebrations to mark International Women’s Day may be in full swing, however an academic at Edge Hill University feels there is still some way to go before they gain full recognition in one area in particular – literature.