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Student recalls time in theater programs

Kaitlyn McGilvray (senior, theater and dance) has been busy over the past four years within the theater department. She’s done so by working for Stagedoor Manor Performing Arts Training Center,

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Army veteran discusses overcoming post-traumatic stress

“Dogs are Zen.” A 17-year veteran of the U.S. Army, accompanied by his service dog, talked about post-traumatic stress disorder and recovery Monday in Fisher Auditorium. “If you’re someone like

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LGBTQIA students celebrated at Lavender Graduation

Indiana University of Pennsylvania held its fifth annual Lavender Graduation Ceremony Friday in the Hadley Union Building Delaware Room. The event was coordinated by LGBTQIA Advocacy and co-sponsored by the

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‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ discussed at Feminist Friday

The Center for Health and Well-Being held its final Feminist Friday of the semester based on “Fifty Shades of Grey.” “Fifty Shades of Grey” is a book written by E.

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Police Blotter: 04/28/2015

DUI Blake A. Balsama, 22, of Canonsburg, was taken into custody after Indiana Borough Police observed Balsama make a traffic violation while driving and found him under the influence of

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Wild N’ Out cast comes to IUP to kick off BEC weekend celebration

Three cast members from the popular MTV comedy show “Wild N’ Out” came to Indiana University of Pennsylvania for Black Emphasis Committee Weekend Friday. The stand-up comedy show in the

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Crimson Hawks downed by Cal in PSAC Championship

For the Indiana University of Pennsylvania women’s tennis team, the California University of Pennsylvania Vulcans are a familiar sight in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference championship game. Cal turned in

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Crimson Hawks fall to Seton Hill in regular season finale

In its regular season finale, the Indiana University of Pennsylvania lacrosse team fell at home to Seton Hill University, 13-7. Interestingly enough, these two teams will meet up again this

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Bishop Nehru opens at August Alsina

Eighteen-year-old musician and producer Bishop Nehru opened for August Alsina at the spring semester concert at Indiana University of Pennsylvania Thursday. “I don’t like to say I’m a rapper,” Nehru

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August Alsina performs for IUP spring concert

Students waited in line nearly three hours before the doors opened for the August Alsina concert Thursday night in the Hadley Union Building Ohio Room. The Entertainment Network and The

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Crimson Hawks split season-ending series with Gannon

Indiana University of Pennsylvania baseball fell shy of achieving a berth in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference tournament as it split its series with Gannon University, 2-2. Trailing California University

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IUP earns two first-place finishes at Dave Labor Invitational

Indiana University of Pennsylvania participated in a meet Saturday at the Dave Labor Slippery Rock Invitational, hosted at Slippery Rock University’s William C. Lennox Track. A multitude of other universities