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IUP enters PSAC tournament on six-game win streak, gets eliminated in three games

  IUP traveled to Quakertown Wednesday and Thursday to compete in the double-loss elimination Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference championship tournament. The Crimson Hawks were sent packing after three games, each

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Zola’s freshman season leaves Graham excited for the future

  After finishing 19-24 and barely making the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Championships last season, IUP had improvements to make in preparation for the 2016 season. One area that needed

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After five years as runner-up, IUP is looking for revenge

  IUP finished the regular season 18-3 overall and 5-1 in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference West division, which slated them as the No. 2 seed entering the postseason. When

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Crimson Hawks set to continue success at regionals

  With graduation and the end of the semester approaching, many students are preparing for their final exams as well as preparing for the summer. But the IUP golf team

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Consistency was key for IUP’s Jones

  Over the past four years, many players have contributed to the performance of the IUP baseball program. Third baseman Rick Jones (senior, criminology), a 2012 graduate of Laurel High


Penguins, Captials and Crosby, Ovechkin in the midst of a long-awaited rematch

    The Pittsburgh Penguins capped off a 4-1 series with the New York Rangers Saturday and watched their interstate-rival Philadelphia Flyers fail to complete a series comeback against the

2015-2016 News

Hacks for Finals Week: As told by IUP students

  With finals quickly approaching, IUP students might be in a frenzy to survive next week. With the stress that always accompanies exams beginning to surface, IUP students shared a

2015-2016 News

Diversity, inclusion addressed at symposium

  IUP’s first daylong Diversity and Inclusion Symposium addressed privilege, racism and respect Tuesday at the KCAC. Peggy McIntosh, an anti-racism and women’s rights scholar, kicked off the event with

2015-2016 News

Student Spotlight: KCAC’s blimp operator gets big break with Penguins

  Jordan Hudzicki (sophomore, geography) used his experience as operations supervisor at the Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex to secure a spot on the airship crew for the Pittsburgh Penguins.

Music Wet Ink

Jazz festival is Young’s swan song

The IUP Jazz Band and Jazz Ensemble will hold a Jazz Festival at 7 p.m. Saturday in Fisher Auditorium. Hosted by music professors Dr. Keith Young and Dr. Kevin Eisensmith,

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Summer Splurging: 10 movies to see

The following is an opinion: With summer just around the corner, people are getting ready for a ton of adventures. Everything from road trips to pool days to Netflix for

2015-2016 News

Study drugs: helpful tools or a harmful?

  The names of some sources have been changed due to the illicit nature of the subject. With the end of the semester approaching, finals are on the horizon for