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Photo feature: Icona Pop concert

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The Slutty Pumpkin

To a child, Halloween means adult-supervised strolls through the neighborhood in search of candy and crashing into piles of leaves in their freshly purchased Spiderman costumes. It’s the sound of

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Police blotter: 10/31/2014

Last updated 7.16.2015. Alcohol Violations • Angela Rose Sedota, 19, of Pittsburgh, was cited for public drunkenness and purchase, consumption, possession or transportation of alcohol after she was observed staggering

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Photo feature: SGA sponsors debate between Reed and Freeburg for PA House

(Photos by Tyler Washington/The Penn) Kevin Freeberg, D-Penn., and Rep. Dave Reed, R-Penn., talked to an audience of IUP students and Indiana locals during a debate with in Eberly Auditorium. The

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Scare expert shares her stories with students

There wasn’t an empty seat in the room Tuesday night in 130 Keith Hall as people packed in to hear the speaker talk about fear and why we like it

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Calling all zombies! Local celebrities chased by student ‘zombies’

To promote the upcoming show “MythBusters: Behind the Myths,” the Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex challenged the Indiana community to an experiment Wednesday night, “Calling All Zombies!” As seen on

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Icona Pop concert gave students a chance to dance Tuesday

Icona Pop, a Swedish disk jockey duo made up of Caroline Hjelt and Aino Jawo, took to the Ohio Room’s stage Tuesday night. About 350 attended the concert, according to

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How to: Last minute Halloween costumes

Halloween night is upon us, and as the skimpy, sometimes scandalous, outfits that college students die to wear come out, choosing one is not always a priority until the last

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Halloween candy transition taking a healthy turn to trick-or-treating

Halloween, the holiday infamously known for cavities and sugary treats, may be taking a healthier turn at Indiana University of Pennsylvania this year. Passing out fruit, drinks or even pencils

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Joe Augustine, famous pianist, plays for IUP Tuesday

Prestigious Steinway artist and world-renowned pianist, Joe Augustine, performed a free recital in Sutton Hall Tuesday. Augustine has been playing piano for  over 50 years has been teaching for 12.

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Photo feature: ‘Fan’tastic

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Bigler balances baseball with rap career

Athletics and music may not instantly strike a chord as being related, but for Hunter Bigler (junior, exercise science), these interests combine to hit a home run. Bigler balances his