Students and staff are being invited to take part in a series of digital events that look at major issues affecting the black community in modern Britainas part of Edge Hill University’s plans to mark Black History Month.
“We welcome Edge Hill Students’ Union announcement that the President-elect Sam Farrell will not be taking up the position of President on 1st July 2020.
Edge Hill has continued to champion women’s rights with a variety of events to mark International Women’s Day throughout March.
Silverware remains in sight for some of Edge Hill University’s sports teams as the BUCS season speeds towards its conclusion.
A former Edge Hill Students’ Union President who was the first in her family to go to university has graduated with a distinction in her Masters in Sport, Physical Activity and Mental Health.
Edge Hill University is asking students and staff to grab one of their five a day to mark World Mental Health Day on Wednesday 10th October.
A new national survey has rated Edge Hill Students’ Union as one of the top dozen Students’ Unions in the UK.
An Edge Hill Senior Lecturer has been acknowledged for going ‘Above and Beyond’ in the annual Student-Led Teaching Awards.
Edge Hill Students’ Union has won a national award in recognition of its Mental Health awareness and training work.