Theater production to explore emotional tolls of war

February 21, 2017

[cft] In times of worldwide stress and panic, people often look toward books, movies or plays to bring awareness to certain aspects of current events. “Electriad” aims to bring a new perspective to the real-world […]


Tattoo Profile: Mercedes Diehl

February 17, 2017

[cft] Who: Mercedes Diehl (junior, communications media) What it is: A golden finch on a branch, with a watercolor and ink splatter design around and below it Where on the body: Upper-left shoulder Where it […]

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Top 10 most beloved athletes in sports

February 14, 2017

[cft] This is an opinion piece. In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, what better time to talk about professional athletes we love. Before we get into the list, it is important to note that the […]


Students show altruism during the holidays

December 2, 2016

Nikki Santiago Staff Writer N.Santiago@iup.edu IUP students are embracing the holidays with festivities and fundraising to make sure everyone can feel the cheer this season. CURE IUP will host a kickoff to Christmas from 7 […]


A Thanksgiving spent in Standing Rock

December 2, 2016

Kevin Smith Photo Editor K.M.Smith11@iup.edu Over Thanksgiving break, The Penn photo editor Kevin Smith  took a trip to Standing Rock, the Sioux reservation in North Dakota where thousands are protesting the construction of the Dakota […]


Matt Bellassai ‘whine(d) about it’ all on stage

November 1, 2016

Kristy Shearer Contributing Writer K.A.Shearer@iup.edu This article contains opinion: Matt Bellassai is one of those people who just says whatever he wants. His jokes just so happen to be all of the same thoughts you’ve […]