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A non-football fan’s guide to surviving Super Bowl Sunday

The day has finally come. You finally get to watch Katy Perry perform live. But, there’s a catch; you have to watch millionaires play with an inflated pig’s bladder for two hours before you can jam out to “Firework.” If you’re like millions of Americans and don’t have…

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 Hadley Union Building Ohio Room as part of Be the Change You Want to See in the World…

Spring Panhellenic formal recruitment for sororities is in progress at IUP

Sorority recruitment has started for spring 2015. This year, the recruitment will last for two weeks instead of the usual one-week process. There are approximately 11 Panhellenic sorority panels on campus. There are chapters statewide, representing sororities nationwide. “Being a part of a sorority,” said Mackenzie Hoerl (junior,…

An international student’s guide to understanding IUP

The first time stepping foot on an unfamiliar college campus can be overwhelming – especially if that campus…

Crimson Hoax: Police horses party, live up to name

An important sector of the police force in Indiana, the horse officers, unanimously decided on Thursday to trade…

Lively Arts Executive Director elected to National Board

Hank Knerr, Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s Lively Arts executive director, was elected to the board of North American…

Lose the weight from winter break

During the spring semester, some students at Indiana University of Pennsylvania are looking to shed the pounds they…

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