The Lonely Arts Club podcast is a series of interviews with creative and cultural people, discovering their journey into the arts and where it’s led them.
It was a tough week for many Edge Hill University teams, but one which did shine was the men’s basketball side, who overcame the loss of key men to defeat Keele firsts 60-59 in a dramatic Ormskirk finale.
The Medical Schools Council has announced five successful bids to run summer schools next year, including a collaboration between Edge Hill University, Lancaster University and the University of Liverpool.
England’s only UNESCO Bioethics Unit has been unveiled at Edge Hill University to tackle some of today’s most pressing ethical issues in healthcare.
Drama student and self-proclaimed activist and feminist, Georgie Cunningham, has received a scholarship from Edge Hill University, which she will use to bring communities together through the power of performance.
Care leaver and entrepreneur Liz Forshaw has recently embarked on the next chapter of her journey in “empowering, encouraging and inspiring children.”
Northern Conference Cup action dominated the fixture list for Edge Hill University teams – and there were a plethora of goals to enjoy for many of the winning sides.
In his element hundreds of feet underwater, BSc (Hons) Ecology and Conservation student Ben Jones volunteers both in the UK and abroad.
Beginning as a referee in 2014 to get a bit of pocket money, 19-year-old BSc (Hons) Sports Therapy student Joe Cunningham is now one of the leading youth referees in Manchester
Two academics at Edge Hill University will lead and influence a new global environmental agenda to explore behaviour change in relation to sustainability and climate change.