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Men’s basketball cruises to IRMC tournament championship

The Crimson Hawks men’s basket­ball team kept its perfect record intact with a pair of victories in the Indiana Regional Medical Center Classic. Indiana University of Pennsylvania, which now sports

Drink Indiana

Drink Indiana: Alternative brews for finals week

I was working on a topic for this, and I asked random people I’d see around, “what are you going to be drinking during finals week when you want some

Andrew Milliken Music

All work and no playlist: Alternative finals week tunes

With finals week just around the cor­ner, most Indiana University of Pennsylvania students will find themselves secluded within their own worlds of academia, foregoing socializing with their peers for hardcore


No Ramen, No Problem: Peppermint Bark

The holidays can be a stressful time for cash-deficient students. On one hand, we want to show our appreciation to friends and family with heartfelt gifts; on the other, we’re

Women's Basketball

Women’s basketball continues hot start despite early season road trip

Before taking to the road for five straight contests, the Indiana University of Pennsylvania women’s basketball team took care of business at home. The Crimson Hawks faced Pennsylvania State Athletic


Trees for Troops spreads holiday cheer

Fleming’s Christmas Tree Farms will hold Trees for Troops Day from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday at 1803 Fleming Road. Trees for Troops Day, held at Fleming’s Indiana location

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Psychology professor loses prolonged fight with cancer

Indiana University of Pennsylvania psychology professor Dr. Lynda Feder­off, 59, died of breast cancer Sunday, Nov. 17, at Beacon Ridge Nursing Home. Federoff was diagnosed with breast cancer 27 years


Winter Sports Guide

As the weather outside gets frightful and holiday sweets look more and more delightful, Indiana University of Pennsylvania students should remember to stay active over the long winter break. But

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SGA to receive $21,580 for new software package

The Co-op Board of Directors ap­proved a Student Government Associa­tion request for more than $20,000 in supplemental funds for a new software package Thursday, leaving only $2,000 in the supplemental

Men's Hockey

Johnstown Tomahawks offer fans quality hockey entertainment

Nestled between the Little Conemaugh River and the Stonycreek River is the town of Johnstown. Most people will recognize the city for its famous floods, especially the one that devastated


‘Thanksgivukkah’ offers rare holiday overlap

In the midst of the holiday season, many students on campus are celebrating different holi­days, including Christmas, Thanksgiving and Hanukkah. With so much hubbub about Christmas, how­ever, there is little


Books Worth the Failed Finals: ‘Brain on Fire: My Month of Madness’

Susannah Cahalan sat up in her hos­pital bed in a near-catatonic state in the spring of 2009 as she attempted to draw a clock. Not even a month earlier, Cahalan