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Bye week comes at perfect time for ailing Steelers

Pittsburgh was sent home from Oakland defeated as the Raiders overcame the Steelers 34-31 in a nail-biting finish. The game remained neck-and-neck for the entire duration, as the two teams

Men's Football

Eagles looking to bounce back against Giants

Going into last Sunday’s game against the Cardinals, Michael Vick and the Eagles knew turnovers would be a crucial factor against Arizona, especially after the team threw six interceptions over

Men's Football

NFL, referees reach agreement

After months of deliberation and negotiation, the NFL and the NFL Referee Association reached an eight-year agreement late Wednesday night, ending the referees’ lockout. The new collective bargaining agreement is

Police Blotter

Police Blotter 9.28.12

Alcohol Violations   • On Sept. 21, University Police found RachelMowder, 18; Logan A. Howell, 18; AustinBerezniak 18; Joseph M. Aiello, 19; Lauren H. Fitzgerald, 18; and Richard A. Kelemen, Jr., 18, under the


Math and science receives funding

IUP’s Upward Bound Math and Science program received $248,000 in funding from the U.S. Department of Education. This means that IUP’s UBMS program will have funding for another five years. “Receiving funding for the UBMS program


SGA welcomes director of public safety; important on-campus issues addressed

Sam Clutter, director of public safety, visited the biweekly meeting of the Student Government Association Tuesday evening inEberly Hall Room 411. Clutter introduced himself to the SGA for the first time this semester.


Indiana bicycle community forms a ‘critical mass’

Webster defines critical mass as “a size, number or amount large enough to produce a particular result.” “Ever been honked at, yelled at, or passed way too close when you


IUP breaks enrollment record with 15,379 students

The number of enrolled students at IUP has broken records for the past four consecutive years as released by the Office of Institutional Research, Planning, and Assessment this week. In a press


Martinez meets IUP

If you’re looking for a story of strength and perseverance, look no further than J.R. Martinez. The Army veteran and daytime television star shared his life story Thursday in IUP’s


Six O’Clock Series ‘rocks’ careers

The Six O’Clock Series returns to the Hadley Union Building Ohio Room Monday with “How to Rock a Career Fair.” Beginning at 6 p.m., the presentation will feature a panel discussion by


Travel to Italy with IUP

For the fifth year in a row, IUP is offering a nine-day tour of Italy through the Cultural Heritage Alliance, a Philadelphia-based Tour Company that plans college tours. The tentative dates for


Simply Kupcakes opens for business; cupcake demand leaves store sold out

It is hard to fathom that, merely a few months back, the building at 80 N. Avenue, in Indiana, pa, was something completely different than it is today. Once a