PASSHE Assures Students Class will Begin Monday despite Threat of ASPCUF Strike

Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education announced in a press release Tuesday that classes will begin Monday as scheduled, despite the threat of a union strike. Thursday, the Association of


The Penn is looking for a Graphic Artist!

Are you creative, with a passion for graphic design? The Penn, IUP’s student newspaper, is hiring creative graphic designers to produce advertisements that appear in The Penn. Create images and


Threat of APSCUF strike looms

An emergency legislative assembly meeting has been set for Aug. 25 in order to decide whether Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculties (APSCUF) members will take a strike-authorization


PASSHE: Stand up for free press

In response to presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s revocation of The Washington’s Post’s credentials to cover his events, The Penn has decided to stand with The Post and other banned news sources.

2015-2016 News

Faculty give advice to graduates

Every year, the faculty of IUP watch a new class of graduates get ready to cross the stage and go from student to alumni. They know what it is like

  The Pittsburgh Pirates six-game winning streak was put to a halt Sunday by the Cincinnati Reds. The Buccos had a clean series sweep of the Colorado Rockies, each game

2016 NFL Draft recap

  May 6, 2016

The Class of 2016 is faced with some heartbreaking news, as thousands of businesses announced Friday that they are no