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Spring semester begins at Edinboro University


Classes began today for the spring 2022 semester at Edinboro University. Whether you're learning on campus or taking courses remotely, we wish you a safe, healthy and successful semester.

A few dates for you to keep in mind this semester:

  • Tuesday, Jan. 25, by 4:30 p.m.: Deadline to add or drop a course in person at Hamilton Hall
  • Tuesday, Jan. 25, by 11:59 p.m.: Deadline to add or drop a course on S.C.O.T.S.
  • Tuesday, Feb. 1, by 11:59 p.m.: Deadline for individuals planning to graduate in May 2022 to submit a graduation application on S.C.O.T.S. Graduation applications submitted after that time will incur a $100 late fee.
  • Friday, March 4, at 10 p.m.: Spring break begins.
  • Monday, March 14, at 8 a.m.: Spring break ends. Classes resume.
  • Wednesday, March 30: Class scheduling for the fall 2022 semester begins. Consult S.C.O.T.S. for specific dates and times.
  • Friday, March 18, by 11:59 p.m.: Deadline to withdraw from a course on S.C.O.T.S. and receive a "W" grade

View the Spring 2022 Detailed Academic Calendar for more information.

For the latest updates, University news and information on-campus events and activities, be sure to "like" Edinboro University on Facebook and follow EU on Twitter at @edinboro and Instagram at @edinborou.

 

Tandoori Hut gets boost from Edinboro’s Beehive


Tandoori HutA popular Erie restaurant has received a big promotional boost from Edinboro University’s Center for Branding and Strategic Communication.

Faculty and students at the center led Tandoori Hut and owner Dharma Gurung through a full rebranding that included development of a new logo and collateral branding materials as well as a revamp of social media platforms. The restaurant, which specializes in authentic Indian cuisine, has relocated to 2605 Washington Avenue after departing its former North Park Row location.

Several students in art professor Cass Reese’s Design Practicum class met with Gurung throughout the fall semester and ultimately developed a new logo, business cards and a redesigned menu that includes more than 100 different food items. Design students Katelyn Whitman, Hannah Florentine and Hannah Flynn – along with faculty member Scott Gladd – developed their logo design using a font that resembled Nepali writing and the authentic shape of a tandoor oven that is commonly used for cooking Indian cuisine.

Professor Chris Lantinen and student Julia Carden set up a new restaurant Facebook page and renamed and reestablished the restaurant’s Instagram page, also putting together several posts to get the social media accounts up and running. Tandoori Hut has quickly picked up more than 100 followers on each platform. Read more.

 

Fitness Center COVID-19 policy updates


Now through at least Tuesday, Feb. 1, the Fitness Center in Frank G. Pogue Student Center will operate according to the following:

  • The Fitness Center will be open during regularly scheduled hours to all students and members. Reservations are not required.
  • Approved masks must be worn properly at all times.
  • The Rock Climbing Gym is closed.
  • Rec Sports and intramural games have been postponed.
  • The gymnasiums are open for running or shooting hoops, but pickup games are not permitted.
  • Open swim is canceled.
  • The locker rooms will remain open, but saunas and steam rooms are closed.

Follow Boro Campus Recreation on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for updates.

 

Diversity Dialogues event to kick off Black History Month


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A virtual discussion featuring POC artists Danielle and Roland Slade and civic leader Autumn Parker will kick off Black History Month at Edinboro University. Part of Edinboro's ongoing Diversity Dialogues series, the talk will be streamed on Edinboro's YouTube channel at 5 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 31.

About the participants:

  • Roland Slade, video collage artist, cultural critic and art house instructor
  • Danielle Slade, hair artist and master stylist at So Fancy Hair Salon
  • Autumn Parker, career advisor, Allegheny College/ERIwe co-founder and community leader

The Slades' collaborative artwork, "Texture Evolution," is on view as a part of the LINE show at Edinboro's Bruce Gallery in Doucette Hall through Feb. 4.

Read next week's issue of the Boro Weekly for additional information about Black History Month programming at Edinboro and our sister campuses.

 

Support students through donations to on-campus pantry


GiveGhering Health and Wellness Center faculty and staff operate an on-campus food pantry for students in need throughout the academic year. As the COVID-19 pandemic lingers and demands continue to increase, the pantry is in critical need of donations. 

Monetary donations – which enable Student Health Services staff to purchase the items that are needed most – can be made online

Non-perishable food items (cereal, soup, microwavable noodles or rice, dried or canned fruit, oatmeal, etc.) and personal care items (toilet paper, hand soap, body wash, shampoo, conditioner, toothpaste, deodorant, etc.) can be dropped off at Ghering Health and Wellness Center, located in McNerney Hall (300 Scotland Road).

Students: To request food or hygiene items, complete the food and personal hygiene request form.

 

Join Kelly for virtual Yoga


Virtual Yoga

 

Advancement Division seeks student assistants


Looking for a way to make some money and/or fulfill your work-study on campus while learning valuable office skills? Join our team of undergraduate student assistants in the Alumni House!

If you are…

  • Interested in engaging with alumni, donors and people throughout the campus community
  • Interested in computer databases, researching alumni stories and/or fundraising and nonprofit development
  • Eager to gain new professional skills to bolster your resume
  • Wanting to make a difference in the lives of fellow and future students by helping our fundraising efforts

…apply now here or via the my.Edinboro portal under student employment. For more information, contact Desirae Scott, management technician, at 814-732-1785.

 

Free booster clinic set for Jan. 27


 

Edinboro will offer an opportunity to receive a free Pfizer booster on Thursday, Jan. 27, from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. in Frank G. Pogue Student Center.

Boosters will be available to students, employees and the community. Click here to schedule an appointment.

Please remember to wear a mask and follow Edinboro University's COVID-19 protocols.

 

Spring 2022 graduation forms due by Feb. 1


CommencementFighting Scots who are planning to graduate at the conclusion of the spring 2022 semester must submit a graduation application by Tuesday, Feb. 1.

The application is available in S.C.O.T.S. through the my.Edinboro portal. Applications submitted after Feb. 1 will result in a $100 late fee.

Visit the Edinboro website for information regarding the multi-step graduation process or contact the Office of Records & Registration with questions.

 

Make a lifesaving blood donation on Feb. 3


Blood Drive

American Red Cross will be hosting a blood drive in the Frank G. Pogue Student Center's Multipurpose Room on Thursday, Feb. 3, from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m.

For an appointment, visit RedCrossBlood.org and enter sponsor code: EdinboroScots. Use RapidPass to shorten time at the drive.

Maximize your blood donation. Help more patients. If you are an eligible type O, B- or A- donor, consider making a Power Red donation. Red blood cells are the most commonly transfused blood component.

As thanks for donating, all participants will receive a $10 Amazon gift card via email.

 
Join the Spring Show Committee

Which musical artist will perform at Edinboro’s 2022 spring show? 

You can help choose the genre and the performer by serving on the Spring Show Committee.

To apply, visit the Student Concert Series page in EngagEU and complete the 2022 Spring Show Committee Application.

For more information, contact Hannah DeAscentis, assistant director of Campus Programming and Pogue Student Center and advisor of University Programming Board (UPB).

 
Haley Sims
In case you missed it: EU in the news

The achievements of Edinboro University’s students, faculty, staff and alumni are always making headlines. Here are several recent news stories about excellence at Edinboro:

Edinboro women's basketball team of the week [YourErie.com (WJET/WFXP)]

Edinboro Residents Dig Out of Snow [ErieNewsNow (WSEE/WICU-TV)]

Edinboro student gets Gibson Foundation Educational Grant [Meadville Tribune]

Elhusseini and Burrelli Sweep PSAC Weekly Awards [GoFightingScots.com]

'I do': Bills fans get married during Bills pregame event [WGRZ Buffalo]

On Campus: Former Edinboro wrestler Erwin Bloxdorf inducted into El Paso Athletic Hall of Fame [GoErie.com (Erie Times-News)]

 

Calendar of Events


Athletic Events


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

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Basketball vs. Mercyhurst
Wednesday at 5:30 & 7:30 p.m.

Swimming & Diving vs. Gannon
Friday at 5 p.m.

Basketball vs. Slippery Rock
Saturday at 1 & 3 p.m. 

Wrestling vs. Rider
Saturday at 7 p.m.

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

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