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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

2016-2017 News

Communications media student rises through ranks at IUP-TV

Aislinn Aimino (senior, communications media) is a prime example of how working hard at the bottom of the food chain can eventually get you to the top. Aimino has had

2016-2017 News

Saudi Student Organization offers Arabic lessons

A few members of the Saudi Student Organization met in the Humanities and Social Sciences Building Friday for their first session of “Learning Arabic Language through Culture.” This course aims to

2016-2017 News

Psychology professor publishes paranoia book

Dr. David LaPorte, a professor and director of graduate studies in the psychology department, used his psychological background and extensive research to write about the increasing levels of paranoia in

2016-2017 News

Recycling coordinator addresses allegations, rumors

Many students have heard a rumor that IUP does not actually go through the process of recycling. “I’ve heard through the grapevine that they just throw it all away in

2016-2017 News

The Haven Project sponsors informational panel on stalking

Did you know one in four women and one in 13 men report being victims of stalking in his or her lifetime? In light of this, and other troubling facts

2016-2017 News Police Blotter

Police Blotter 2.17.17

Alcohol Violation • Jeffrey Hitchings, 49, of Rochester Mills, was charged with public drunkenness at 11:33 p.m. Feb. 10 in the 400 block of Philadelphia Street, according to the Indiana

2016-2017 News

Students relive their worst dates for Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day can be a confusing time. For some, it is a nerve-wracking day when you can only hope you don’t become someone’s “worst date ever.” For others, Valentine’s Day

2016-2017 News

Valentine’s Day has gory roots in history, folk tales

For most of us, Valentine’s Day is a beloved holiday that promises lots of sweets and inspires us to shower one another with our uninhibited affections. But couples aren’t the