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2015-2016 News

Shooting sparks concern of WMU emergency notification system

  Students at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Mich., have expressed outrage over their university’s emergency notification system after it failed to alert them that a shooter was at large

2015-2016 News

10 tips for a safe, fun spring break

  Every year, college students pack their bags and travel down south for one of the most highly anticipated weeks of the year: spring break. Whether you’re crossing country borders

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‘Damn, Daniel’ takes social media world by storm

“Damn, Daniel” has pretty much broken the Internet over the past few weeks. The video, which has more than 45 million views across various social media platforms, caused such a

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New hit ‘Quantico’ is back for more

After a long winter hiatus, “Quantico” makes its much-anticipated return at 10 p.m. Sunday on ABC. “Quantico” is one of ABC’s newest shows for the 2015-16 season after premiering Sept.

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All scorers returning in 2016

  After finishing with a 10-8 record in 2015, the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference’s Preseason Coach’s poll pegged the IUP lacrosse team to finish fifth in the conference. All 12

2015-2016 News

Summer Culture Tour: South Korea

Dr. Yong-Taek Kim is taking eight to 10 students on a cultural tour of South Korea this summer. It is Kim’s second year running the program, and students can participate

Sports

Crimson Hawks finish 5th, 15th at PSACs

  Julius Rivera won the 60-meter event at the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Championships by tying his own IUP record with a time of 6.8. “It’s a good sign that

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Crimson Hawks look to take series vs. Gannon

  The No. 2-seeded IUP women’s basketball team will host No. 3 Gannon University in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Tournament quarterfinal at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Kovalchick Convention

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‘House of Cards’ returns

Spring break couldn’t come at a better time for fans of “House of Cards,” as the fourth season of the Netflix political drama will be released Friday. As the no-nonsense

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The 2016 Oscars: A Rock-solid ceremony

The 88th annual Academy Awards aired Sunday, hosted by Chris Rock, who kept quiet over the last few months about what he had planned to do or say during the

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New faces bring hope in 2016

  Entering the 2016 softball season, the Crimson Hawks are projected by the Coaches’ Preseason Poll to finish second in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference’s Central division as the team

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IUP hopes for eighth straight win vs. UPJ

  They say the third time’s the charm. And the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference West division’s No. 4 seed University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown (18-10, 13-9) will have to hope