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African American storyteller comes to IUP to speak in honor of MLK

African American storyteller comes to IUP to speak in  honor of MLK

The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was humanized and his message examined by Bucknell University English professor Carmen Gillespie in a quiet, inspirational speech Thursday. Gillespie spoke in the…

IUP basketball on the rise in national polls

IUP basketball on the rise in national polls

The Crimson Hawks are on the rise. Indiana University of Pennsylvania has been climbing in the standings but also in the polls, thanks to conference-leading records on the basketball court.…

IUP students awarded for theater accomplishments

IUP students awarded for theater  accomplishments

Second-half surge propels IUP over Clarion

Second-half surge propels IUP over Clarion

Finishing the game strong, the Indiana University of Pennsylvania men’s basketball team enjoyed a victory over Clarion University Saturday. The Crimson Hawks went into halftime down one point but outscored…

$37.4 million construction projects continue on campus

$37.4 million construction projects continue on campus

The $27 million construction of the new humanities and social sciences building and the $10.4 million Folger dining hall renovation are continuing on schedule into the spring semester. Raymond Wygonik, director of IUP’s Engineering and…

IUP races to conference-best record through first 17 games

IUP races to conference-best record through first 17 games

In their second season under head coach Tom McConnell, the No. 13 Indiana University of Pennsylvania women’s basketball team succeeded in making significant strides from the previous year. IUP has…

Cold weather, hot start: IUP jumps to 16-3 record

Cold weather, hot start: IUP jumps to 16-3 record

The Indiana University of Pennsylvania men’s basketball team did very little relaxing during the holidays, and their hard work resulted in an 8-1 record over the break. IUP is now…

‘The Tender Land’ cast brings the Great Depression to life on stage

‘The Tender Land’ cast brings the Great Depression to life on stage

With the help of her cast and crew, Tania Coambs directs four performances of “The Tender Land” Thursday through Sunday in Waller Hall. “The Tender Land” is an opera written…

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