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Buccos Bulletin: April Roundup

  The Pittsburgh Pirates six-game winning streak was put to a halt Sunday by the Cincinnati Reds. The Buccos had a clean series sweep of the Colorado Rockies, each game

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2016 NFL Draft recap

  The 2016 NFL Draft started with Jared Goff walking onto the stage first for the Los Angeles Rams and ended with Kalan Reed becoming the most recent “Mr. Irrelevant”

2015-2016 News

Faculty give advice to graduates

Every year, the faculty of IUP watch a new class of graduates get ready to cross the stage and go from student to alumni. They know what it is like

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Crimson Hoax: Bad news hits Class of 2016 on eve of graduation

The Class of 2016 is faced with some heartbreaking news, as thousands of businesses announced Friday that they are no longer accepting four-year degrees as a valid form of education.

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Porcelain power rankings: Top 3 restrooms at IUP

The following is an opinion: When arriving at college, it behooves the intelligent student to check out everything a campus has to offer before committing.  Academic reputation, social offerings, average

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Top 10 freak athletes in professional sports

  Today in sports we see a lot of athletes that defy logic, physics and just plain human ability. While there are a ton of athletes that make spectacular plays

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IUP struggles at regional championships

  Wednesday proved to be the best day for IUP at the 2016 NCAA Division II Men’s Golf Atlantic/East Region Championships at the Timber Banks Country Club. The Crimson Hawks

2015-2016 News

2014 business management alumnus gives graduates advice

  Many IUP graduates are stressing over a common worry: finding and landing a job. Anthony Steele (2014, business management) can recall this dilemma as if he were stressing over

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IUP Head Baseball Coach Jeff Ditch Announces Retirement

IUP head baseball coach Jeff Ditch has announced his retirement on Monday morning after 11 seasons with the Crimson Hawks, and a total of 24 years in the profession with