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Police Blotter

Police Blotter: 02/27/2015

ALCOHOL VIOLATIONS • Nicholas Carson, 18, of Vandergrift, and a ale juvenile of Apollo were ob- served to be fighting in the 400 block of South Fisher Avenue Feb. 15

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Eating disorders workshop provides insight, advice

The workshop, titled “Eating Disorders: Fact, Fiction and Finding a Healthier Way” was held in conference room G60 in Maple East, and revealed generally unknown information about eating disorders to


Women capture PSAC West in Senior Night win

What a difference one year makes. A season after finishing 18-10, the Indiana University of Pennsylvania women’s basketball team is on the verge of a postseason run that follows a


March of the Penguins: Back on the right track

Sometimes the most minor of shakeups is all that’s needed to turn around a deteriorating situation. For the Pittsburgh Penguins, snapping out of their extended funk may have been that

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Alpha Phi Omega will host pancake breakfast, donate 25% of proceeds to Relay for Life

Alpha Phi Omega will hold a pancake breakfast at St. Thomas More University Parish Saturday. The Mu Chi chapter of the national service fraternity will host the meal, the price


Alpha Gamma Delta hosts 35th annual Mr. IUP Pageant

The judges voted Blake Woodyard (sophomore, chemistry) as runner-up and crowned Rich Lauri (senior, criminology) as Mr. IUP at the male beauty pageant held in the Kovalchick Convention and Athletic

Men's Basketball Recent News Sports

Super seniors: Chance, IUP roll over Clarion, 101-66

Post-game interview with Devante Chance. Devante Chance (senior, communications media) had a career-high 31 points for the Indiana University of Pennsylvania men’s basketball team Wednesday night, and his nationally ranked

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House of Cards Season 3 premieres Friday

From House majority whip to the president of the United States, Frank Underwood’s rapid rise is unparalleled in the political stratosphere. Underwood, the smooth-talking South Carolina Democrat, is a politician

Opinion The Penn Staff

We gather here today to say goodbye

A tragic day for hungry and under-caffeinated Indiana University of Pennsylvania Students, a company officials confirmed Thursday that Giant Eagle Express will close its doors at the end of March,

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IUP basketball among nation’s elite

“Who’s got it better than us?” is a common question in the world of sports, and more often than not, the answer is: “Nobody.” When you look at the landscape


Anthropology graduate student awarded grant to conduct research this summer

Leigh Campetti (graduate, anthropology) was recently awarded a $2,500 grant from the Great Lakes Research and Education Center to go to Isle Royale, Mich., and study the locations of prehistoric