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February 26, 2019

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Wednesday, September 30, 2020

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Kilted Mile (Multi-Day Event)
The Kilted Mile is an Edinboro University tradition that originated as part of the first Highland Games and Scottish Festival in 1993. The Kilted Mile – in all its tartan glory – keeps our traditions alive at Homecoming 2020. From weekend warriors to casual runners to families and kids of all ages, everyone is welcome to participate.

This year's race will take place ANYWHERE between Wednesday, Sept. 30, and Sunday, Oct. 4. Participants will track their own times. Race results must be sent in by Monday, Oct. 5, at noon. The traditional Kilted Mile course (Darrow road to Meadville Street ending at the crosswalk between Flip and the Hotel) will be set up Wednesday through Sunday, but racers can participate at any location. After racers have registered, they will receive an email with more information about submitting their race times. 

$50 prize for top Men’s and Women’s open and top Men’s and Women’s wheelchair divisions

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Tuesday, February 26, 2019

12:30 PM
Debunking Workshop: Tips for Researchers
Bring your research questions and head to the Baron-Forness Library for an interactive workshop on Feb. 26 at 12:30 p.m.
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Africa Takeover Day
The African Student Association will explore African culture on Feb. 26 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. on the third floor of Pogue Student Center. The event will include face painting, headwrap technique demonstrations and more. 
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Uncomfortable Conversations: Transgender Language
Transgender Language
Tuesday, Feb. 26
7 p.m.
Baron-Forness Library – First Floor

Summary:
Transgender people come from many different ways of life and from many backgrounds, and it is difficult to tell if someone is transgender just by looking. Join the discussion about transgender language and identity, and learn what it really means to be a transgender ally.

Panelists:
Tyler Titus, LPC
Tyler Titus, father of two amazing little humans, is a Licensed Professional Counselor, advocate, trauma specialist, and elected School Board Director. Tyler became the first openly elected transgender official in the State of Pennsylvania in November 2017. He currently serves as the Vice President on the Board of Directors for the Crime Victim Center. He was recently appointed to co-chair of the State’s first Commission of LGBT Affairs created by Governor Tom Wolf. Tyler regularly presents at local and national conferences on the topics of trauma, suicide, and ways that communities can engage under-served populations.

Michelle Wolf, MFT
Michelle Wolf, a male to female transgender woman, is a marriage and family therapist in the Erie, PA area and has been working with transgender clients for many years as a therapist. Michelle originally hails from Buffalo, NY, where she was the chair of the Spectrum Transgender Support Group of Western New York. Michelle also developed and has been teaching a Trans 101 seminar to universities, businesses, government institutions and other organizations for the past five years. Michelle uses personal anecdotes and candor as well as a sense of humor to help bridge the gap between transgender and cisgender people in order to promote comfortable understanding and mutual respect.

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Edinboro University
219 Meadville Street
Edinboro, PA 16444
888-8GO-BORO • 814-732-2000
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