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IUP students offer Insanity training sessions

Katie Mest Staff Writer 09/27/2016   Two IUP students have physically challenged themselves by getting certified in Insanity. Kayla Gabany (sophomore, biology) and Neda Karimi (sophomore, natural science) decided


IUP votes races to register students before Election Day

Nicolette Querry Staff Writer   IUP Votes is conducting voting registration around campus through Oct. 11, the deadline to vote, while educating students on the importance of voting after


Professor recognizes student’s ambition

Jeremy Stout Staff Writer 9/30/16   Destiny Stinson (senior, child development and family relations) is involved in a lot. She is a Board of Governors Promising scholar, office assistant


First presidential debate has voters second-guessing

Cody Pattison Staff Writer 9/30/16   The first presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton was held Monday night at Hofstra University in Long Island, N.Y. The debate


Negotiations update

The Penn Staff 9/30/16   Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculties and Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education negotiators spent hours trying to write an agreeable contract


IUP cautions students in midst of drug epidemic

Stephanie Bachman Staff Writer 9/30/16   To raise awareness about opioid overdoses and help save lives, the IUP Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs Program partnered with The Open Door

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Fall in love with ‘Blood Wedding’

Stephanie Bachman Staff Writer Tickets for the IUP Dance Theater’s performance of “Blood Wedding,” which will run Nov. 4 to 6 in the Zink Hall Dance Theater, will go

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Band with diverse setlist to play Brown Hotel

Tori Stomberg Staff Writer HABATAT is a Pittsburgh-based band that plays anything from reggae all the way to funk.  They also dabble in blues and improvisational psychedelic rock. The

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Dorothy Sutton Festival Concert to take place Saturday

Jeremy Stout Staff Writer The Indiana Musicale, the Indiana chapter of the Pennsylvania Music Teacher’s Association (PMTA) will hold the Dorothy Sutton Festival Concert at 2:30 p.m. Saturday in

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New gastropub to hold grand opening Monday

Nicolette Querry Staff Writer Bruno’s II restaurant on Philadelphia Street hastransformed into H.R. Steinhouse and will host its grand opening at 4 p.m. Monday. H.R. Steinhouse had a soft


Memorial service to be held

Angie Prencipe Staff Writer 927/16   In accordance with September being National Suicide Prevention Awareness month, IUP will be holding a memorial service in remembrance of those who have

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Police Blotter: 9.27.16

ALCOHOL VIOLATIONS • Connie Carr, 48, of Blairsville, was charged with public drunkenness and disorderly conduct at 1:02 a.m. Sept. 22 at Sheetz, 380 Philadelphia St., according to the Indiana