Students at Edge Hill University have unveiled plans for a new creative arts project to help Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic people to heal from racial trauma.
Student Charlie Baker’s incredible contribution to ensuring life at Edge Hill is more inclusive has been recognised with a University Scholarship.
A team of emerging artists at Edge Hill University are joining forces in a bid to make history as the first university students to collectively sell a digital artwork with a non-fungible token (NFT).
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.
Graduation is here – you have worked so hard, in such unprecedented times, so we hope you take the time to celebrate all you have achieved.
Students are staying connected in a new virtual world of social activity thanks to the efforts of Edge Hill University’s Campus Life team who are going above and beyond to support them during lockdown.
April is Stress Awareness Month and Edge Hill University is using it as an opportunity to highlight all the support available to students and staff to help them not only during the Covid-19 pandemic but in everyday life.
There’s a buzz on campus: meet our bees, and the Society president caught in their honey trap.
Edge Hill University has been named in the top three nationally for widening participation, meaning it is successfully removing barriers commonly faced by students from lower income and other under-represented backgrounds.