As we continue to mark the centenary of women’s suffrage in the UK, some of our successful female alumni give us their visions of a fairer world.
A group of former Edge Hill students organised a charity rugby match at Hawcoat Park in memory of their peer, Dan Logan. Dan passed away 15 years ago, aged 22, after a very short but brave battle with a rare form of testicular cancer, while he was studying at Edge Hill. It was Anne Logan […]
Students often think that to find the best graduate jobs they need to move to a big city and work for a multinational organisation. However, some Edge Hill alumni have found working for a smaller company closer to home has given them an excellent start to their career.
Edge Hill Animation student Peter Miller has won the Royal Television Society (RTS) North West Student Award for Animation.
This March, two of Edge Hill’s alumni will return to the University’s Arts Centre with professional dance companies Mapdance and Company Chameleon.
Edge Hill University will be celebrating Ormskirk myths and legends this winter as part of the lively market town’s inaugural Festival of Tales.
If you’ve ever lived or worked in Ormskirk, you are probably aware of the town’s historic bustling market or the imposing statue of Disraeli on Moor Street, opposite the Golden Lion pub. But how many staff and students who have passed through Edge Hill’s doors over the years know who Orme the Viking was or […]
A new play written by Liverpool playwright Mark Curtis and produced and directed by Edge Hill academic Lisa Adams-Davey will premiere at the University’s Arts Centre next week to mark World Mental Health Week.
Edge Hill University has appointed four new Independent Governors from finance, retail and sporting backgrounds to its Board.
Acclaimed author and Edge Hill alumna Carys Bray, will return to Lancashire later this month on a travelling bus book tour to promote her latest novel Museum of You.