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New Growth Arts Review to host magazine launch party

To celebrate an effective appeal to the Co-op and to increase circulation, the Indiana University of Pennsylvania campus literary magazine, New Growth Arts Review, will host a launch party Thursday


Dance groups stomp it up at BEC event

As part of the Black Emphasis Committee’s annual spring weekend, the Win or Lose Dance Competition was held Saturday in the Hadley Union Building Ohio Room.

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Sociology class gets involved in movement against hunger

An Indiana University of Pennsylvania sociology class is partnering with the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank and Zion Lutheran Church to host “Hunger Awareness Week” Monday through Friday.

Andrew Milliken Theater

TOST and Turned plays entertain, raise money for charity

TOST and Turned, a nonprofit theater group made up entirely of students, performed three student-written and student-directed one-act plays over the weekend. The event was held in Pratt Auditorium, where

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31 IUP majors scheduled to be discontinued

Thirty-one majors at Indiana University of Pennsylvania are scheduled to be discontinued once all of the currently enrolled students graduate, according to the provost and vice president for Academic Affairs

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Procrastinate that procrastination instead

It’s that time of year again when the semester winds to a close, classwork mounts, and the weather becomes too nice to want to do any work. But for many

Women's Lacrosse

Women’s lacrosse primed for PSAC playoffs

Going into Tuesday’s Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference, the Indiana University of Pennsylvania women’s lacrosse team will face a familiar opponent. After having just beaten Bloomsburg University, the two teams will

Men's Baseball

Crimson Hawks close out season with four-game sweep of Clarion

It was practically batting practice for Indiana University of Pennsylvania Saturday as the Crimson Hawks baseball team scored a combined 39 runs in its dominant doubleheader against Clarion University Saturday.

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Spanish, history student named runner-up in PASSHE award

Gretchen Heine (senior, Spanish and history) likes to stay grounded, even if her travels rarely let her. Heine has spent her four years at Indiana University of Pennsylvania traveling around


Take Back the Night success attributed

The AWARE Peer Educators of The Haven Project would like to recognize all of the co-sponsors, volunteers and student organizations that helped make Take Back the Night 2014 a huge

Men's Football

Transfer QB Haslett looks to carve his own legacy at IUP

If Chase Haslett’s family name is any indication of what he brings to the football field, Indiana University of Pennsylvania could be in for a treat. The son of IUP