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After a two-year wait, ‘Views’ is finally here

The following is a review: “Views,” Drake’s fourth studio album, is a catchy portrait of the rapper’s typical topics: mistrust, love and his lavish lifestyle. The highly anticipated album leaked

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Rapper Mac Miller to take KCAC stage for homecoming concert

Rapper Mac Miller will kick off IUP’s 2016 homecoming festivities, according to IUP’s Student Activity Committee, STATIC. Miller is slated to perform at 8 p.m. Oct. 13 at the Kovalchick


#RuddockMyre: Honors college starts year with big move

Due to renovations, all students originally assigned to live in Whitmyre Hall, the last remaining traditional dorm since the closing of Elkin Hall following the 2014-15 school year, are being


Hawk HUB: Renovated dining area hits IUP

Returning students and new students alike have seen construction on campus or heard whispers of changes coming to the Hadley Union Building dining area. With the semester beginning, the changes

News Police Blotter

Police Blotter: 8/29/16

ALCOHOL VIOLATIONS • Chastity Hagerman, 39, of Shelocta, was charged with public drunkenness after she was observed to be highly intoxicated lying along the side of the road in the


With expectations high, IUP football aims to put together strong season

Buckle up, folks, the IUP football team is back and determined to put Division II on notice. Coach Curt Cignetti, who has posted a 43-15 record in five seasons since


Zins feels optimistic for IUP cross country this year

As summer ends and fall nears both the men’s and women’s cross country teams will begin preparations for the upcoming season. For the women’s team, coach Joey Zins thinks that


IUP field hockey looking to build on last season’s strong finish

Hopes are high for the 2016 IUP field hockey team after falling just short of a playoff appearance last season. The new squad opens their season Sept. 10 at West


Volleyball must meet goals to see team improvement

After going 4-10 in the last month of the 2015 season, the Crimson Hawks volleyball program has gone five seasons since making the NCAA Atlantic Regional Tournament and twelve seasons


Eventful Olympics come to a close

The 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, came to a close Aug. 21, but some major storylines from the games are still being discussed. Some of the highlights


IUP soccer’s returnees will be vital to a strong 2016

The IUP women’s soccer team is entering its 16th season with coach Adel Heder at the helm. The Crimson Hawks will look to utilize their experience this season as they


IUP tennis looks to pick up where they left off last season

The IUP women’s tennis team is back in action this fall after their seventh straight NCAA Atlantic Region Championships appearance last season. The 2016 campaign begins with the three-day Bucknell