Terrance Cook is always on the go. The senior communications media major is preparing for graduation in May 2016, but before he departs, he is making sure that IUP
Wallwork Hall held its first Global Café of the semester Tuesday. Students from Pennsylvania, Virginia, Maryland, South Korea, Brazil, Taiwan, Vietnam, Indonesia and Puerto Rico came out to the
Lightening up the mood in Gorell Recital Hall in Sutton Hall, IUP President Michael Driscoll began Tuesday’s open forum with a joke. The purpose of the forum was to
Beginning the first week of February, the IUP campus will be flooded with advertisements promoting the #WhoAreYou @ IUP? Drug and Alcohol Campaign. Since October 2015, a team consisting of
The following is a political column. Attending college at a smaller school can have many benefits, including smaller class sizes, more opportunities for students and a close-knit community feeling.
What if I told you that Duke, Kentucky and Syracuse all wouldn’t be ranked in the AP top 25? What if I told you that the Kansas Jayhawks and