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2016-2017 News

Alumnus appears on CNN, lends tax-exemption expertise

After graduating, Robert Boston, a 1985 journalism alumnus and former editor at The Penn, went on to work for a newspaper, but found himself looking for more. His intention was

2016-2017 News

Communications student lends hand for Super Bowl LI

Fox Sports took interest in an IUP communications media major from Downingtown with a passion for sports. Connor Joyce (senior) worked as a production assistant for Fox in Houston during

2016-2017 News Police Blotter

Police Blotter 2.21.17

Alcohol Violation • Maya Rubach, 18, of Garnet Valley, and Colin Hale, 19, of Washington, were cited for underage drinking at 9:20 p.m. Feb. 11 in Wallwork Hall, according to

2016-2017 News

Indiana offers new screening options for rising STI rates

Rates of sexually transmitted infections, or STIs, among young people are rising annually, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. According to the CDC, people aged 15 to

Sports

Storylines form for all 30 clubs as spring training begins

Every MLB position player has officially reported to spring training. Spring training is the time of year when all 30 professional teams send their major-leaguers and minor-leaguers to either Arizona

Sports

NBA All-Star Weekend gas ups and downs in New Orleans

The record for most combined points in a single All-Star game was broken once again Sunday night in New Orleans. The final score of the 66th NBA All-Star Game had

Sports

Player spotlight: Devon Cottrell

On a relatively young team, it is the role of the older players to set an example and be leaders. For the IUP men’s basketball team, the squad looks to

Sports

IUP men’s basketball ties longest win streak in Lombardi era with 15 straight victories

The IUP men’s basketball team kept its win streak rolling Saturday night by knocking off Seton Hill University, 67-59. The team improved its record to 24-2 overall and 19-1 in

Sports

Smith, Wolosik, Robinson lead the way in Crimson Hawks’ rout of Seton Hill

The IUP women’s basketball team bumped up its winning streak to seven games as they defeated Seton Hill University, 79-66, in Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) West play on Saturday

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Recovering addict to play ‘healing’ music at local brewery

Tyler Smilo, a 30-year-old folk artist, is set to rock Levity Brewing Co. this week. Smilo, who is from Erie, will be performing Thursday night at Levity. He started playing

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Pianists come together to make one grand performance

The 4th Annual Piano Monster Concert will be held at 2:30 p.m. Saturday in DiCicco Hall, Room 121 of Cogswell Hall. The Indiana Musicale, the association responsible for this unique

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Hoodie Allen will come to IUP

Hoodie Allen is set to perform at IUP April 27. STATIC announced the upcoming performance Friday on Twitter, along with many other events the organization will be hosting this semester.