2016-2017

Donald Trump’s presidential victory makes history

November 11, 2016

Kristy Shearer Contributing Writer K.A.Shearer@iup.edu 11/11/16 Donald Trump was elected to be the 45th president of the United States of America when our very own swing state, Pennsylvania, was called in favor of the Republican […]

2016-2017

Week of Giving shows Greek Life’s kind side

November 8, 2016

Kristy Shearer Contributing Writer K.A.Shearer@iup.edu 11/8/16 IUP’s Sigma Kappa sorority raised $1,500 for Alzheimer’s research at its “Frats at Bat” tournament, part of its annual Week of Giving. “Week of Giving is us doing things […]

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2016-2017

Police Blotter 11.8.16

November 8, 2016

Terroristic Threats • Tyler Biskup, 24, of Ambridge, was charged with terroristic threats, recklessly endangering another person, disorderly conduct, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and harassment at 12:29 a.m. Oct. 27 at 768 […]

2016-2017

Students present at ninth state system inclusion summit

November 4, 2016

Stephanie Bachman Lead News Writer S.L.Bachman2@iup.edu 11/4/16 The ninth State System Summit on Inclusive Excellence and International Education was held Wednesday through Friday at IUP, and it included three IUP students who presented their original […]

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2016-2017

Police Blotter 11.1.16

November 1, 2016

Criminal mischief • Eric Mulraney, 24, of Northern Cambria, was charged with criminal mischief at 1:38 a.m. Oct. 23 at 560 Philadelphia St., according to the Indiana Borough Police Department. • Borough police are investigating […]

2016-2017

History department to promote student scholarship

November 1, 2016

Gina Bianucci Staff Writer G.M.Biannuci@iup.edu 11/1/16 IUP’s history department will be hosting a history conference Tuesday in the Humanities and Social Sciences Building Rooms 310 and 225. During this conference, IUP students will be presenting […]

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2016-2017

Students voice their frustrations about general election

November 1, 2016

Seth Woolcock Staff Writer S.M.Woolcock@iup.edu 11/1/16 As Election Day approaches, so does one of the most historic presidential elections in history. College students have been a key target audience in this year’s election. IUP students […]

2016-2017

Political science professors weigh in on upcoming election

November 1, 2016

Nicolette Querry Staff Writer N.M.Querry@iup.edu 11/1/16 IUP political science associate professor David Chambers said he doesn’t believe this year’s presidential election has to involve voting for the lesser of two evils. Fellow political science associate […]