A new asymptomatic testing site (ATS) offering lateral flow tests is opening at Edge Hill University for all students returning home for Christmas as part of the Government’s plans to increase UK-wide mass testing.
In honour of winning a Green Flag Go Green Award for the 9th year running Edge Hill spoke to their students and staff about what they love about the campus and local green spaces.
Edge Hill University joined the Lord Lieutenant and business leaders from across Lancashire in a virtual visit from His Royal Highness (HRH) The Earl of Wessex, to showcase how the region has pulled together during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Professor Kim Cassidy, a business lecturer and retail expert from Edge Hill University, assesses whether the growth of online shopping during lockdown has been the last nail in the coffin for the high street.
A former student turned assistant television director has returned to his university roots to film Edge Hill as the backdrop for his latest TV project.
The inspirational work of a former nursing student at Edge Hill University to help veterans talk more openly about mental health has been highlighted in a national award ceremony.
A new mental health initiative set up by Edge Hill law students has been launched with a new student-to-student support scheme to help those who may be struggling during the pandemic.
Three Senior Lecturers from Edge Hill’s School of Applied Health, Social Care & Social Work explain why this year’s Movember is more important than ever.
A team of researchers at Edge Hill University have released a new study that explores the benefits of Dance Movement Psychotherapy (DMP) for children on the autism spectrum and their caregivers.
The search to find three mystery Edge Hill healthcare students who came to the aid of an injured teenager in Ormskirk has been solved, after a University call-out was launched to find them.