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Commencement: Behind the scenes

It’s that time of year again. In just a few days many Indiana University of Pennsylvania students will become IUP alumni. More than 1,900 students have applied for graduation, according

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Campus Style Watch

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Student lands publicity internship representing country music artists

A junior journalism major proved that persistence pays off in the job-searching process when she landed a dream internship with Warner Music Nashville after keeping in contact with the company

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Photo Feature: Study time

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Broadway Cares raises awareness for AIDS with Broadway classics

Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s theater departments will host a benefit for the nonprofit organization Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS at 7 p.m. Monday in Waller Hall. The benefit will promote awareness

Club & Intramural Sports

Women’s rugby club strides on to nationals, looks to raise $20,000

After a hard season of defeating club rugby teams around the state, the Indiana University of Pennsylvania women’s rugby team has qualified for the Women’s National Championship Division II final

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Student commencement speakers

A biology student and a communications media student will speak at the universitywide commencement ceremonies in the Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex Saturday, May 10. Cook Honors College student Abbie

Out of Bounds

As NFL draft draws closer, teams begin to pull cards closer

With the NFL draft occurring in less than a week, one practice, implemented by all 32 teams, will be in full force, and that is the employment of smokescreens. A

Women's Softball

Mitchell enjoying a career year at the plate for Crimson Hawks

Outfielder Jasa Mitchell (senior, criminology) has had the best year of her career, and it’s not over yet. She has become the leading home run hitter and best batter for

Men's Sports

Costello running full speed ahead into PSAC Championships

One spring day, Victor Costello (senior, criminology) was running when he noticed some ducks waddling over to a pond as he sped by.