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Counseling Center presents Sleep Workshop just in time for finals

Tips on recuperating from an unbalanced sleep schedule will be presented through the Counseling Center Wednesday at 6 p.m. Finals can often be a time when students are trying to

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No Ramen, No problem: Green Bean Casserole

Toward the end of the semester, many students crave a home-cooked meal. With Thanksgiving almost a week away, it’s hard not to think about turkey, mashed potatoes and stuffing piled

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Packers, Cards are for real in playoff picture

If you can take one thing from the NFL, it’s that nothing is predictable. You might be trying to predict the next Super Bowl winner – or even the winner

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Interfraternity Council ‘Movember’ events entertain IUP Greek Life

Although No Shave November seems like a month-long excuse to refrain from shaving, the Infraternity Council organized a series of fundraising events for men’s health while still grooming their fuzzy

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Crimson Hawks cruise to 2-0 start on court

With a short road trip to start the season, the Indiana University of Pennsylvania women’s basketball team hoped to start the 2014-15 campaign on the right foot. The Crimson Hawks

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Second-half woes doom IUP in season-ending loss

The Indiana University of Pennsylvania Crimson Hawks (6-5) lost what could only be called a tough game to the West Chester Golden Rams (10-1) 28-17 Saturday afternoon at George P.

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Slam dunk: IUP tips off with two blowout wins

11/18/2014 Vaughn Dalzell Staff Writer V.S.Dalzell@iup.edu Behind a career-high 28 points from senior guard Devante Chance (communications media), the Crimson Hawks cruised to a big win over Urbana University Friday,

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TOST and Turned’s performance ‘The Game’s Afoot’ premieres in Indiana

Witty and full of heart, TOST and Turned’s performance of the offbeat comedy “The Game’s Afoot” entertained a near-full house Saturday evening. “The Game’s Afoot,” written by comedy veteran Ken

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Famous composer Alvin Singleton visits Indiana

World-renowned composer Alvin Singleton visited Indiana University of Pennsylvania this weekend to compose a specialty piece of chamber music for his departed friend Michael Gross. While here, several members of

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Some news is bad news

Slippery Rock University’s newspaper, The Rocket, published a story Nov. 6 titled “SRU student threatens ex-girlfriend’s life” that caused a stir in the Slippery Rock community. The story, which delved

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Photo feature: TOST and Turned prepares to hit the stage with “The Game’s Afoot”

(Photos by Daniel Kirby/ The Penn) TOST and Turned will present “The Game’s Afoot” Friday and Saturday night at the Indiana Playhouse on Philadelphia Street. The play follows a troupe

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Geological Society holds mineral sale

Citrine, celestite and amethysts are just a few of the minerals, fossils and beach shells that will be present at the Geological Society of Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s mineral sale.