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Women's Tennis

IUP squeaks out victory over West Virginia State in matchup of top tennis teams

The Indiana University of Pennsylvania women’s tennis team picked up two crucial victories during a West Virginia trip Saturday and Sunday to improve their overall record to 9-5. The 44th-ranked

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SGA plans community events, prepares for CollegiateLink launch

Crimson Connect, the CollegiateLink software package purchased by Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s Student Government Association last semester, will launch Friday, March 28. SGA will begin training campus organizations to use


Holocaust survivor shares experiences with students

Students sat on the stairs leading into the audience while others stood for lack of open seats at Monday’s packed Six O’Clock Series event in Eberly Auditorium titled “Moshe Baran: His Story of Struggle, Resistance, and Survival During the Holocaust.”


IUP students get productive over spring break

After eight long weeks of classes, exams and homework, the Indiana University of Pennsylvania student members of the Alternative Spring Break Club hit the road for Soddy-Daisy, Tenn., and Barnet, Vt.

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IUPatty’s brings increased arrests, overtime pay for police

IUPatty’s weekend resulted in a significant increase in arrests from last year’s event, increased overtime pay for police and a call to the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency to prepare the university for next year.

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Kicking print where it hurts

New Growth Arts Review, Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s literary magazine, publishes short literary works alongside works of art each spring from students at our university. Its pages are free to


Kid Ink raps a sold-out show in HUB Ohio Room

When the doors opened at 6:30 p.m., the line of eager ticket-holders stretched from the area in front of the Ohio Room all the way to the Hadley Union Building


Ballet Hispanico mixes Latin dance style, traditional ballet

Recognized as the nation’s leading Latino dance organization, Ballet Hispanico took to Fisher Auditorium stage Thursday. Hank Knerr, the director of The Lively Arts, said he saw booking this troupe

Men's Golf

Golf finishes in fourth place at St. James Plantation Invitational

After a five-month hiatus, Indiana University of Pennsylvania men’s golf kicked off the spring season this past weekend with a fourth-place finish among 16 teams at the St. James Plantation