Archive

Back to homepage
News

Photo feature: The HAVEN Project Stalking Awareness Week

#gallery-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0;
Police Blotter

Police blotter: 1/30/2015

Alcohol Violations • Patrick D. Lafferty, 19, of Gibsonia, was cited for underage drinking after he was found intoxicated and passed out in his shower in Delaney Hall Jan. 23 at 2:35

News Recent News

PASSHE passes new IUP per-credit tuition pilot

The Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education Board of Governors passed Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s new Tuition Pricing Flexibility Pilot on Jan. 22. Beginning in fall 2015, the program will

Casey Kelly News Recent News

Council of Trustees nominates new student rep.

Pennsylvania Council of Trustees has nominated a new student representative, and she is now making her way through the lengthy nomination process. Erika Fenstermacher (sophomore, psychology) said she is honored

News

SGA holds first meeting of the semester

The Student Government Association appointed a new director of external affairs at its first meeting of the semester Tuesday in the Hadley Union Building Allegheny Room. Diana Cesar (junior, management

News

Theater professor awarded Innovative Teacher Prize

Because of her unique style and incorporation of applied courses, theater professor April Daras was awarded the Innovative Teacher Prize by the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival. Daras has

Men's Football Men's Sports Recent News Sports Wet Ink

A non-football fan’s guide to surviving Super Bowl Sunday

The day has finally come. You finally get to watch Katy Perry perform live. But, there’s a catch; you have to watch millionaires play with an inflated pig’s bladder for

Andrew Milliken Wet Ink

African American storyteller comes to IUP to speak in honor of MLK

The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was humanized and his message examined by Bucknell University English professor Carmen Gillespie in a quiet, inspirational speech Thursday. Gillespie spoke in the

Recent News Wet Ink

Spring Panhellenic formal recruitment for sororities is in progress at IUP

Sorority recruitment has started for spring 2015. This year, the recruitment will last for two weeks instead of the usual one-week process. There are approximately 11 Panhellenic sorority panels on

Michael Kiwak Sports

Kiwak’s Quips: 01/30/2015

Over the course of 16 games, 32 NFL teams battled one another for the right to compete in the playoffs. This whittled the field of teams down to 12, where

Casey Kelly Wet Ink

An international student’s guide to understanding IUP

The first time stepping foot on an unfamiliar college campus can be overwhelming – especially if that campus is located in a foreign country. The Office of International Education and

Men's Basketball Men's Sports Recent News Sports

IUP basketball on the rise in national polls

The Crimson Hawks are on the rise. Indiana University of Pennsylvania has been climbing in the standings but also in the polls, thanks to conference-leading records on the basketball court.