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2016-2017 News

State System of Higher Education in trouble, Mansfield considers layoffs

Possible faculty layoffs at Mansfield University for the end of the 2017–18 academic year indicate trouble for the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education, according to an Association of Pennsylvania


The Penn staff receives Keystone Press Awards

The Penn Staff 3/7/2017 The Penn won two first place awards in the 2017 Student Keystone Press Awards for Division I. The Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association (PNA) sponsors the annual competition.

2016-2017 News

ICCAP to host miniature golf charity event

Beer, food and miniature golf in March. That’s what the 13th annual St. Patrick’s Open is slated to offer Saturday in uptown Indiana. The Indiana County Community Action Program (ICCAP)

2016-2017 News

Library to change book availability

Spring cleaning is underway as plans to make room on the second floor of Stapleton Library are currently in progress. According to library Dean Luis Gonzalez, Stapleton Library has about


Crimson Hawks’ comeback attempt falls short in heartbreaking loss in PSAC Tournament

The IUP men’s basketball team rallied from a 16-point deficit with 5:16 remaining in regulation, but eventually fell to Shippensburg University, 90-87, in overtime of its Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference

2016-2017 News

Student prepares for graduation, jobs abroad

For Kira Womack (senior, communications media), graduation is only a few weeks away, but she already has major plans for after IUP, thanks in part to a summer internship and

2016-2017 News Police Blotter

Police Blotter 3.7.17

Criminal Mischief • An IUP student reported that someone damaged a window screen between 3:30 and 9 a.m. March 2 in the 100 block of South 10th Street, according to

2016-2017 News

Students elected to Co-op Board of Directors

The Co-op Board of Directors announced its four new members Friday. Students were allowed to cast a vote for up to four candidates. Out of the student undergraduate population, 893


Spring break: Should you stay or should you go?

Spending every weekend at college is great. It’s the perfect three-day vacation (if you count Fridays) when one can catch up on the schoolwork that has been building up in

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IUP alumna hosts artistic and adult events in local studio

As more and more schools continue to reduce programming and budgets for the arts, former art teacher and local artist Kristin Olson decided to fill what she saw as a

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Punxsutawney duo frequentes Midway Inn

For more than 16 years, Joe Pascuzzo and Matt Taladay, a.k.a. the Lounge Lizards, have been entertaining crowds in Punxsutawney with their lively acoustic renditions of classic rock ’n’ roll

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Punxsy dive bar parties, too

Midway Inn, a popular dive bar for locals and college students in Punxsutawney, is featuring several notorious area DJs Saturday and March 18 who are sure to bring a good