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Graphic design students further skills in club

Agatha Phillips Staff Writer 1/31/2017   Graphic design is a specific aspect of art that some people may not know much about. Here at IUP, the Graphic Design Student

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Philadelphia Street is alive with the sound of music

Tori Stromberg Staff Writer 1/31/2017 This article contains opinion. Philadelphia Street was full of music on Saturday night, as both H.R. Steinhouse and The Coney hosted shows for all

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Local theater to showcase classic tragedy

Agatha Phillips Staff Writer 1/31/2017   The Indiana Players will be performing “The Diary of Anne Frank” at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, as well as Feb. 10 and

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Photographer offers photo shoot

Nicolette Querry Staff Writer 1/31/2017   Valentine’s Day is a great opportunity to shoot tastefully seductive photos for your significant other, according to Fe-Lions Photography owner Edmund Porta. Despite

2016-2017 News

Senior hopes to improve outlook for disabled

The Ray Coppler Disability Awareness Award was created to give special recognition to a member of the IUP community who has made exemplary contributions to disability education, awareness and inclusiveness

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Theft • Approximately $40 of change and a Buck Knife were stolen from within a vehicle between Jan. 26 and Jan. 28 in the 300 block of School Street, according

2016-2017 News

Changes to May graduation announced; tickets now required

  A ticketing procedure at spring graduation ceremonies will be implemented starting this year, with students getting four free tickets for guests for the first time since 2011, according to


IUP men’s and women’s swim teams fall on Senior Night

To conclude the regular season’s scheduled meets, the IUP men’s and women’s swim teams welcomed the Huskies of Bloomsburg University to last weekend’s invitational. Both teams fell to the Huskies,


IUP men’s basketball defeats Gannon, extends win streak to 10 games

The IUP men’s basketball team continues to have a great deal of success after defeating Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) foe Gannon University, 72-62.  Leading the Crimson Hawks was guard


IUP women knock off Gannon in comeback fashion

With the help of a defensive effort that forced 22 turnovers, IUP women’s basketball stole a victory at Gannon University on Saturday afternoon, 62-57. “I felt that in the first

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Cultural club to host Chinese New Year celebration

    The Chinese Language and Culture Club is hosting an annual celebration to ring in the Chinese New Year from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Feb. 3 in the HUB

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Local bands set to bring down house at H.R. Steinhouse

Jason Daquelente and Tyler Scheffler Penn Staff Local music finds its place anywhere it can in Indiana, from The Brown Hotel to the Artists Hand Gallery. Now joining the