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Photo feature: Dunk a geography professor

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IUP students take to the streets

Nearly 80 students from Indiana University of Pennsylvania bridged the gap with borough residents as they participated in the Into The Streets community action program Saturday. The idea of Into

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IUP professor receives Communicator of the Year Award

An Indiana University of Pennsylvania journalism professor earned the 2014 Business Communicator of the Year Award from the Pittsburgh chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators.  Dr. Michelle Papakie

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PTX military, community service fraternity helps veterans, betters community

  Indiana University of Pennsylvania is the home of the last active chapter of PTX (Rho Tau Chi), a military and community service fraternity founded 21 years ago. The co-ed

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Hula hoop club joins IUP campus

 The Hoop Troupe, a group for hula hoop dancing, was recently created by three Indiana University of Pennsylvania students.  The founders, Jordan Snowden (junior, communications media and finance), Colleen Cunningham

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Awards presented at Governor’s Arts Awards

Sunday, many gathered in Fisher Auditorium for the Pennsylvania Governor’s Arts Awards, which was held at a college campus for the first time. “…Indiana University of Pennsylvania has a long

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Corbett hands out awards for top arts honors, talks art education funding, tuition increases

Gov. Tom Corbett stressed the importance of the arts after awarding five major honors in the 34th Governor’s Awards for the Arts in a ceremony Sunday at Fisher Auditorium. The

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Police Blotter: 09/30/2014

   ALCOHOL VIOLATIONS  • Rachel Fox, 20, of St. Marys, was cited for underage drinking and public urination in the 700 block of Klondyke Avenue Sept. 21 at 12:37 a.m.,

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Campus Style: Game Day Edition 9/30/2014

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Tough Sunday for Pittsburgh sports

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Out of Bounds: FIBA World Cup brings unique entertainment

Although the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) World Cup for men’s basketball tournament may tend to be slightly less invigorating – not to mention more anti-climactic – than the Olympics when

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No Ramen, No Problem 9/30/2014

It’s often hard for college students to get the nutrients they need to be healthy in the food that is easiest and cheapest to make. It’s easier to eat more