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2016-2017 News

Study reports LGBTQIA community members feel safer on campus

IUP’s Campus Climate Study Report, published in December 2016 and available online, aimed to answer questions regarding IUP’s diversity and inclusion. The Penn’s Campus Climate Series will provide a look

2016-2017 News

Student emphasizes importance of social justice

Since coming to IUP, Justin Cobb (junior, communications media/religious studies) has become a socially conscious individual who promotes different causes that are important to him through activism, research and service

2016-2017 News

Organization collects donations in Uhler to help refugees

The IUP Holocaust Remembrance Events Planning Committee is sponsoring a donations box to assist refugees in the lobby of Uhler Hall. Shannon Phillips-Shyrock, committee chair, is leading the collection. Part

2016-2017 News Police Blotter

Police Blotter 2.28.17

Alcohol Violations • Carley Coyle, 20, of Petrolia, was charged with underage drinking, reckless endangerment, disorderly conduct and corruption of a minor at 11:32 p.m. Feb. 17 in Northern Suites,

2016-2017 News

T-Shirt contest to offer cash prizes

The third annual T-shirt Contest, sponsored by the IUP Center for Multicultural Student Leadership and Engagement, will give students the opportunity to design a custom T-shirt that promotes IUP with

2016-2017 News

Student provides inclusive environment with video game community

When senior Rachel Doig (communications media) isn’t assisting new students as an IUP Ambassador, she’s spending most of her time in the basement of Davis Hall producing “Press Start.” “Press

2016-2017 News

Scholars forums to showcase student research

The 2017 Undergraduate and Graduate Scholars forums for students who display outstanding academic achievements will take place in April at the Hadley Union Building. The undergraduate forum will be held

2016-2017 News

Sociology course offers opportunity to study at Navajo reservation for credits

Dr. Melanie Hildebrandt, an IUP sociology professor, will be taking applications for students who wish to be a part of a global service learning program in the Navajo Nation this

2016-2017 News Police Blotter

Police Blotter 2.24.17

Drug Violation • Jaslyn Peterson, 20, of Philadelphia, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and underage drinking at 12:49 a.m. Feb. 19 in the 500 block of Philadelphia Street,

2016-2017 News

Women address thoughts on sex ed, campus safety, rape culture

IUP’s Campus Climate Study Report, published in December and available online, aimed to answer questions regarding IUP’s diversity and inclusion. The Penn’s Campus Climate Series will provide a look into

2016-2017 News

Philanthropy Day focuses on giving back to IUP donors, community

IUP President Michael Driscoll visited Stapleton Library Thursday morning to give a speech along with students and associate professor of chemistry Dr. Justin Fair in celebration of the annual IUP

2016-2017 News

Feminist Fridays, Masculinity Mondays shake college norms

The Haven Project will host “Porn and Pizza,” the latest in its Feminist Friday series, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. March 24 in the Hadley Union Building Monongahela Room.