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Feb. 19 - 25, 2018
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T-Pain to perform at Edinboro University on May 5

Grammy-winning recording artist, accomplished producer and international performer Faheem Rasheed Najm – known around the world by his stage name, T-Pain – will bring his chart-topping talent to Edinboro University’s McComb Fieldhouse on Saturday, May 5. Doors open at 5 p.m., and the concert is set to begin at 7 p.m.

T-Pain achieved stardom as both a solo and featured artist, creating music alongside musicians like Lil Wayne, Akon, Kanye West and Jamie Foxx. His extensive library of well-known songs includes “Bartender," “Buy U a Drank (Shawty Snappin’),” “Good Life" and “Blame It.” The 32-year-old star reached RIAA-certified 6x platinum status for his feature on Flo Rida’s debut single "Low."

Today through Thursday, students can purchase tickets for $10 with their official Edinboro ID. Beginning Friday, student tickets will increase to $15. General admission tickets are available for $20. Tickets purchased the day of the show will be $30.

Tickets are available at (814) 732-2177 or the SGA C-store/Game Room in the Frank G. Pogue Student Center. The concert is sponsored by the Student Concert Series and the Edinboro University Student Government Association.

Basketball doubleheader added to Division II showcase

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Edinboro University's basketball doubleheader at Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP) on Wednesday has been added as part of the Division II Basketball Showcase. The contests will now stream on WatchESPN and the ESPN App.

The women’s game tips off at 5:30 p.m. at the Kovalchik Complex.

Watch the contests at the following links:

Edinboro and IUP women are currently tied for first place in the division with identical 18-2 records. The Fighting Scots are 22-2 overall and ranked 13th in the latest WBCA Division II Top 25. The Crimson Hawks have a 22-2 record and are ranked 11th nationally. IUP beat Edinboro, 74-68, in the first meeting on Jan. 13.

On the men’s side, both Edinboro and IUP have qualified for the PSAC Tournament. IUP has a 19-7 overall record and is in first place in the PSAC West at 15-4. The Fighting Scots improved to 16-8 and 13-7, respectively, thanks to a 97-87 win over Slippery Rock on Wednesday.

COT student representative applications due Wednesday

With the anticipated May 2018 graduation of Student Trustee Ms. Savannah Anderton, the University is beginning the search process for a student representative to the 12-member Edinboro University Council of Trustees, which governs the University.

Student representatives to the Councils of Trustees at Pennsylvania's 14 state-owned universities are appointed by the Governor under the provisions of Act 188 of 1982, the enabling legislation for the State System of Higher Education. They are appointed for four-year terms or until graduation. The representative has the same voting rights and responsibilities as all COT members, and might be called upon to represent the University at official functions like convocation or commencement.

Eligible candidates must be at least a first-semester sophomore but no more than a second-semester junior in good academic standing. Students are encouraged to apply directly for the position by completing the application form in myEdinboro and returning the required materials to the Office of the Provost in Reeder Hall by Wednesday.

A campus committee will screen and interview applicants and make a recommendation to President H. Fred Walker. The successful candidate will be interviewed and appointed by Governor Tom Wolf of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

Graphic Design Club to host bake sale in Doucette Hall

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'Coco' promises to bring music, fun to Scot Cinema

Take a break from classes and journey to the vibrant, magical land of the dead as the University Programming Board (UPB) presents screenings of “Coco.”

Coco

The Disney/Pixar animated feature follows 12-year-old Miguel Rivera, an aspiring young musician, as he embarks on a journey to the land of his ancestors. With the help of a charming skeleton named Hector, Miguel begins to uncover the mysteries behind his family’s past.

The schedule is as follows:

  • Wednesday at 8 p.m.
  • Thursday at 8 p.m.
  • Friday at 5 & 8 p.m.
  • Saturday at 2, 5 & 8 p.m.
  • Sunday at 2 p.m.

All showings will take place in Scot Cinema, located in the Pogue Student Center. Students receive free admission. General Admission is $1.

LGBTQIAA Commission to host luncheon

LGBTQIAA

Edinboro employees are invited to join the LGBTQIAA Commission for a luncheon on Thursday from 11:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. in the President's Dining Suite located in Van Houten Dining Hall.

Gourmet deli wraps, spinach and lentil soup with crackers and classic macaroni salad will be served.

The cost is $10. Please RSVP to Dalontai Pond at dp110029@scots.edinboro.edu.

LGBTQIAA

Black History Month Living Museum continues

Living Museum

EU's Black History Month Living Museum, which features students and staff posing as famous icons from the Civil Rights movement and African American history, is scheduled to continue this week.

Stop by the lobby of Pogue Student Center today and Thursday from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. to check it out.

Ida B. Wells, Angela Davis and Martin Luther King, Jr. are just a few of the influential individuals that have already been brought to life on our campus.

For more information about the museum or other Performing Arts Series events, contact Pertrina Marrero, EU's Director of Diversity and Inclusion.

Check out 'Life of a Short Film' in Bates Gallery

Exhibit

Sharing stories of #EULove for Valentine’s Day

EULove

Matt and Kristen Cassidy met at the Blessed Union of Souls concert in 2003. Katerina Findley and her fiancé, James Wilson, Jr., met in in Politics 101. James sat directly in front of her for an entire semester, but was too nervous to speak even a single word to her. Luckily, a mutual friend reconnected them that summer. Cody and Jamie Thaler met playing basketball in the Crawford Center Gymnasium.

Several couples have shared Edinboro University love stories – just like these ones – on our social media channels. With a photo and a brief story, students and alumni shared their stories using the #EULove hashtag on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. All of the user-submitted photos were collected and shared on Facebook in a special Valentine’s Day photo album. Thousands of people from around the country tuned in to hear accounts about meeting Mr. or Mrs. Right, right here on campus.

Check out the photo gallery to view then-and-now photos and read about Edinboro students and alumni and their stories. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to see these and more stories.

What's happening in the community 

Lenten Fish Dinner
Our Lady of the Lake Church
128 Sunset Dr., Edinboro
Friday from 5-7 p.m.
Click here to learn more.

EU Sunday Ski and Snowboarding
Mount Pleasant of Edinboro
14510 Mt. Pleasant Road, Edinboro
Sunday from 4-9 p.m.
Click here to learn more.

Calendar of Events

Today and Saturday, new and prospective students will be learning about admissions and financial aid, exploring our award-winning academic programs and touring our picturesque 585-acre campus. Please join us in giving them a warm welcome to campus.

The University Programming Board (UPB) will host a Pool & Game Tournament on Saturday from 2-7 p.m. in the Student Government Association Game Room. The Game Room is located on the second floor of Pogue Student Center.

To submit an event to the calendar, please fill out the Submission Form here.

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Athletic Events

Lacrosse vs. Wheeling Jesuit University
Thursday at 4 p.m.

Basketball vs. Mercyhurst University
Saturday at 1 & 3 p.m.

Men's Tennis vs. Hillsdale College
Saturday at 3 p.m. (Erie)

Track and Field at PSAC Championships
Saturday

Men's Tennis vs. Daemen College (N.Y.)
Sunday at 2 p.m. (Erie)

Get the latest news from the Athletics Department and access the spring sports schedule at www.gofightingscots.com.

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