Alexandria Mansfield News Editor A.M.Mansfield@iup.edu 11/15/16 IUP’s Student Philanthropy Council is currently working in coalition with the Annual Giving Department to plant a tree in the Oak Grove as a
Stephanie Bachman Lead News Writer S.L.Bachman2@iup.edu 11/15/16 The Indiana County chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) celebrated diversity, multiculturalism and community involvement at its
11/15/16 (Katie Jo Campbell/ The Penn) Pictured: Taylor Stevenson (sophomore, nuclear medicine) The “Just Paws” event, hosted by the Health and Wellness Promotion program, offered two therapy dog events in
Stephanie Bachman Lead News Writer S.L.Bachman2@iup.edu 11/15/16 After getting a bachelor’s degree in communications media last spring, Nick Tyson (graduate, adult education and communications technology) decided to continue his education
Samantha Bell Lead Culture Writer S.M.Bell@iup.edu “Die Fledermaus,” a story of an elaborate, masked ball with several twists and turns, will run from Dec. 2 to 4 in Fisher Auditorium.
By Evan McCue Staff Writer E.M.McCue@iup.edu 11/15/16 The No. 11 IUP Crimson Hawks football team had an opportunity to secure a spot for themselves in the NCAA Division II playoffs
By Jarrod Browne Lead Sports Writer J.W.Browne@iup.edu 11/15/16 IUP has opened up the regular season with a 2-0 record. The Crimson Hawks opened up the season with a 101-82 victory
By Jed Johnson Staff Writer J.N.Johnson3@iup.edu 11/15/16 Despite dropping both of its matches against California University of Pennsylvania and Seton Hill University, the IUP Crimson Hawks volleyball team clinched its