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2016-2017 News

‘Give to the Grove’ project to plant seeds for the future

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

2016-2017 News

NAACP banquet celebrates diversity, multiculturalism

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

2016-2017 News

Therapy dogs to continue bringing stress relief to campus

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

2016-2017 News

Graduate student continues to star in TV show he helped create

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

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‘Die Fledermaus’ operetta blends music, theater departments for first time

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.

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Spa Night/Bro Out event to help students unwind

Nikki Santiago Staff Writer N.Santiago@iup.edu The IUP Student Activity Committee (STATIC) will host “Spa Night/ Bro Out” from 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday in the Hadley Union Building Atrium and

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‘Church Basement Ladies’ to take KCAC stage

Stephanie Bachman Lead News Writer S.L.Bachman2@iup.edu The original musical “Church Basement Ladies” that premiered in 2005 at Plymouth Playhouse in Minneapolis was so successful that it spawned five sequel musicals,

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‘Friends’ teaches meaning of Thanksgiving

Tori Stromberg Staff Writer T.J.Stromberg@iup.edu This article contains opinion. The hit television series “Friends” showed its fans all of the struggles Thanksgiving offers, but all of the love and laughter

Sports

Crimson Hawks secure blowout win on Senior Day, prepare for postseason matchup

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

2016-2017 News

Health students campaign against smoking

Kayla Murphy Contributing Writer K.M.Murphy@iup.edu 11/16/16        Every third Thursday of November, the American Cancer Society hosts its national campaign, the Great American Smoke Out.      This

Sports

Men’s basketball off to good start, picks up two weekend wins by large margins

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

Sports

IUP volleyball headed to postseason for first time in more than a decade

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