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Crimson Hawks get off to 1-3 start in PSAC play

Following a 10-6 start, the Crimson Hawks began Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference play Thursday with an 8-6 loss to Lock Haven University, allowing three runs in the top of the

2015-2016 News

LGBTQIA community plans second ‘QueerPosium’

IUP’s LGBTQIA Advocacy, Commission on Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Issues (GLBT Commission) and Pride Alliance will be hosting the second QueerPosium event April 15 in the Hadley Union Building.

2015-2016 News

Journalism professor publishes book on teamwork

Unlike a traditional textbook, a new book by IUP journalism professor Dr. Erick Lauber presents strategies to better navigate office hardships and teamwork conundrums, all while instilling leadership skills. The

Film Wet Ink

‘Princess Diaries 3’ could soon become reality

It has been 12 years since the release of the last installment in “The Princess Diaries” film series.  In the words of Princess Mia, “shut. up.” Fans of the films

Sports Women's Lacrosse

Burrows nets seven goals in 17-5 IUP win

The Crimson Hawks cruised to a 17-5 victory against Shippensburg University Saturday. Freshman Ally Burrows (exercise science) led the offense with a career-high seven goals. The team never looked back

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IUP overcomes rough stretch, wins four of five

After struggling to win games the first half of March, the Crimson Hawks (10-15, 3-5 in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference) found a groove this past week, winning four of

Music Wet Ink

Zayn Malik goes in wrong direction with new album

The following is an opinion: Singer Zayn Malik is definitely going one direction: downhill. Malik, a former member of the pop group One Direction, released his solo album “Mind of

2015-2016 News

Unity Day hits IUP Saturday

IUP’s International Unity Day, which will take place from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday in the Hadley Union Building, will consist of diverse music, food and dance from countries all

Music Wet Ink

Lil Dicky shifts image as spokesperson

David Andrew Burd, better known by his stage name Lil Dicky, has reignited a conversation about safe sex by becoming the new face of Trojan, a leading condom brand. Rap

2015-2016 News

Student Spotlight: Council of Trustees officially appoints student trustee

The IUP Council of Trustees officially gained a new student trustee after Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf approved Erika Fenstermacher (junior, psychology) March 17. Fenstermacher assumed the role as acting student

2015-2016 News

Build & Bust to benefit organizations’ charities

The IUP interior design program will hold its second Build & Bust event during the major’s annual Design Week. Build & Bust will be held 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.


Police Blotter: 3/29/16

Alcohol Violations Erin Rafferty, 19, of Doylestown, was charged with underage drinking and public drunkenness after IUP Police observed her on Garman Avenue at Eicher Hall at 12:20 a.m. March