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Police Blotter: 08/28/2015

ALCOHOL VIOLATIONS • Kayla Belack, 20, of Pittsburgh, was charged with presenting false identification to law enforcement, underage drinking and public urination, according to Indiana Borough Police. Authorities observed Belack

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Police Blotter: 08/24/2015

ALCOHOL VIOLATIONS • Philip Maines Jr., 28, of Shelcota, was charged with driving while under the influence, driving without a license and driving while suspended after he was found by

Film Wet Ink

Renovations made to Indiana Mall movie theater

Renovations have been made to the movie theater located in the Indiana Mall after it was picked up by a different ownership group. Golden Star Theaters, a Pittsburgh-based movie theater

Food Wet Ink

No Ramen, No Problem: Chicken Tacos

Cooking in college is not impossible – it just takes courage. Experimenting, testing and undoubtedly failing is the name of the game. Try mixing ingredients, flavors and side dishes this

Music Wet Ink

Death Cab for Cutie’s ‘Plans’ 10 years later

The music industry is a fickle toddler. The alpha-star artists of today will not always be at the top, and at some point, their previous albums will be cast aside,

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Crimson Hoax: IUP scientists say squirrels are incapable of love

No. Scientists have discovered that squirrels are not capable of love. Dr. Bucky Forest of the Indiana University of Pennsylvania department of squirrel sciences has been studying the romantic activity

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Jimmy Stewart Museum to honor Jim Caviezel

Saturday, the Jimmy Stewart Museum will be presenting the 2015 Harvey Award to actor Jim Caviezel at a reception and ceremony at the Chestnut Ridge Resort in Blairsville. Caviezel is

Film Wet Ink

Cinema Friday: Efron, Wilson star in films opening this weekend

Friday nights are notorious for popcorn, ticket stubs, catching the trailers and lounging in front of the silver screen. This weekend is filled with several anticipated movie releases. Aspirations, friends

2015-2016 News

IUP launches ‘Park the Phone’

  On Aug. 14, the “Park the Phone” safety campaign made its way to the Indiana University of Pennsylvania campus, where it will remain until Sept. 14. Collaborating on the

2015-2016 News

Phi Sigma Pi wins 3 awards at convention

  At the annual National Convention for Phi Sigma Pi, Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s Eta chapter of the National Honor Fraternity won three awards: Best in Western Pennsylvania Region, The

2015-2016 News

Student Spotlight: English major tackles music industry

  Aspiring musician Joel Kremer (junior, English) now has his original music available on iTunes and was  given the opportunity to write a song for an upcoming film. Kremer’s song

2015-2016 News

Title IX now required in IUP syllabi

  As students may have noticed during the first week of classes, professors at Indiana University of Pennsylvania are now required to include information about Title IX in their syllabi.