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Support students in need through campus food drive


Ghering Health and Wellness Center faculty and staff operate an on-campus food pantry for students in need throughout the academic year. But they are facing a frightening predicament this spooky season – the pantry’s supply is freakishly scarce. 

To continue meeting the needs of the University community, Student Health Services and Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) have organized a food drive on Wednesday from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. Non-perishable food items and toiletries can be dropped off at Ghering Health and Wellness Center in McNerney Hall on Wednesday or placed in one of the collection boxes around campus. 

Suggested donations include the following:

Spooky Food Drive
  • Oatmeal
  • Dried or canned fruit
  • Canned soup or chili
  • Canned pasta
  • Canned tuna, chicken or other meat
  • Microwavable noodles or rice
  • Toilet paper
  • Hand soap
  • Body wash
  • Shampoo and conditioner
  • Toothpaste
  • Deodorant 
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To arrange a pickup from your office or for more information, please call 814-732-2743.

Students: To request food or hygiene items, please complete the online form

 

Conference Services to offer space reservation trainings

Conference Services

Do you need to schedule space on campus for a meeting or event, but aren’t quite sure how to do it? Do you have questions about the space reservation process and how it works? 

Conference Services will host EMS scheduling training sessions at the following times:

Both sessions will be held in Frank G. Pogue Student Center, Seminar Room 143.

For those who are already regular users of the EMS Reservation System, this session will focus mostly on how to update reservations once they have already been requested – adding or deleting services, changing dates or times, providing notes to the service providers for your events, etc. This session is open to faculty, staff and students! 

For additional information, please contact Kari Althof, associate director of Conference Services and Pogue Student Center. 

 

ICYMI: Edinboro University Homecoming 2021


HOCO

Edinboro University. Homecoming. Bagpipes. You know the drill.

Take a look at some of the photos from this weekend's Homecoming celebration.

 

 

Play Bingo Saturday to win free groceries from UPB


Grocery Bingo

 

 

Commencement speaker applications due Oct. 22


Edinboro is looking for a graduating senior who has a minimum grade point average of 3.5 to speak during the December Commencement ceremony on Saturday, Dec. 11. Students must have earned a minimum of 45 credits at Edinboro and completed the graduation application for December located in SCOTS. Qualified students should have received an email from Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Michael Hannan inviting them to apply.

For consideration, email a 1-page synopsis of the address you propose to deliver to Renee Kirk no later than Friday, Oct. 22.

A committee of academic deans and students will review the proposals and select the finalists. Each finalist will be contacted to arrange for a brief oral presentation of his or her topic during the week of Oct. 25.

 

Mark your calendar for Dungeons & Dragons

Dungeons & Dragons

 

'Tartan Talks' podcast features Karabo Legwaila


Karabo Legwaila

Ep. 3. Culture, history and progress of computer animation 
Karabo Legwaila, Assistant Professor, Art 

If you’re an artist, sometimes looking back on your earliest work can be – well – somewhat embarrassing. But as Edinboro University professor Karabo Legwaila explains in today’s episode of “Tartan Talks,” that’s one of the best ways to improve as an artist.

Karabo Legwaila joined the Art Department in the fall of 2016 as a professor of Computer Animation. Prior to that, he spent 10 years as a lead technical animator and dynamics specialist. Originally from Botswana, Karabo received his Master of Fine Arts degree in Computer Animation at the Rochester Institute of Technology.

He discusses what it’s like seeing your work in front of millions of people and how the field of animation has come a long way with inclusive culture.

Hear the entire episode at www.edinboro.edu/tartantalks or wherever you listen to podcasts.

 

'Inner Outer Face' exhibit continues on, in Loveland Hall


Inner Outer Face

 

Faculty, alumni show opens Friday at Erie Art Museum


Sorrow/Fullness

As part of the ongoing ART100 celebration, Edinboro University is co-sponsoring an exhibition in the Nicholas Gallery at the Erie Art Museum, Friday, Oct. 15, through Wednesday, Dec. 22. 

"Sorrow/Fullness: A Reflection on Mourning" – which features the work of Edinboro faculty member Suzanne Amendolara (Metals) and alumnae Adrienne Gratfon, ’00, and Renee Zettle-Sterling, ’97 – is an expression of grief through artmaking. 

An opening reception is planned for Friday from 7-10 p.m.

 

Calendar of Events


Athletic Events


The Early Childhood Club will host a "WONDER" activity event on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.

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

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Soccer vs. IUP
Wednesday at 6 p.m.

Women's Tennis vs. D'Youville
Friday at 6 p.m.

Football vs. Mercyhurst
Saturday at noon 

Get the latest news from the Athletics Department and access live stats and updates at www.gofightingscots.com.

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