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Photo feature: The Audio Graphics Show

(Photos by Sarah Bader/ The Penn) James Tarmin (senior, communications media) entertained an audience at The Artists Hand Gallery on Philadelphia Street Saturday. The performance was part of The Audio Graphics


IUP garners top 10 finish at first invitational

The outdoor track and field season began for Indiana University of Pennsylvania Saturday, and both Crimson Hawks teams garnered top-10 placement at the Oliver Nikoloff Invitational, hosted at the University

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IUP tennis captures third straight victory

The 32nd-ranked Indiana University of Pennsylvania women’s tennis squad has just come off a two-game stint against Walsh University in Ohio and Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference rival Slippery Rock University.

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Crimson Hawks win second straight game in 14-12 bout with Millersville

In a back-and-forth contest, the Indiana University of Pennsylvania lacrosse team pulled out another victory Friday at Miller Stadium, defeating Millersville University 14-12. With the win, the Crimson Hawks boosted

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An Evening of Dance and Percussion featured both student and alumni musical collaboration

For only one performance every two years, Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s Dance Theater and Percussion Ensemble join forces to present An Evening of Dance and Percussion under the co-direction of

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School spirit is alive

How many times have you heard that IUP lacks school spirit, particularly for its athletics? Though the university boasts many successful sports programs, the recent consensus seems to have been

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Crimson Hoax: Local salesman passes away despite raging success

Gerald Earl Xavier, known to his friends simply as “GEX,” passed away silently Thursday night. GEX worked as a salesman in the area, peddling a limited variety of goods, most

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An Evansville ending: IUP falls in title game

EVANSVILLE, Ind. – Three players had double-digit scoring totals for Indiana University of Pennsylvania in the team’s second-ever national championship bid Saturday, but the Crimson Hawks season ended with a

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IUP’s road to championship defined by overcoming odds

The Indiana University of Pennsylvania men’s basketball team’s magical run to the NCAA Division II National Championship Game involved overcoming the odds more than once. Entering the NCAA Division II Men’s

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Death Grips release new free-streaming album ‘Jenny Death’

Sacramento-based, experimental hip-hop trio Death Grips are back with the leak and subsequent free streaming of the long-awaited album “Jenny Death.” Since they released their second studio album, “No Love


Speech pathology major wins Dean’s Award for Excellence

Emily Romberger (senior, speech pathology) spent the past year conducting research related to her project that won her the Dean’s Award for Excellence in last year’s Undergraduate Scholars’ Forum. Romberger

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Task Force discusses suicide prevention

Suicide is a tragedy that impacts everyone and is 100 percent preventable, representatives from the Suicide Task Force of Indiana County said. “To prevent suicide, however, requires all of us,”