Tori Stromberg Staff Writer T.J.Stromberg@iup.edu The Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex was filled with fans of all ages Saturday night to see the legendary Alice Cooper. Fans were lining up
Samantha Bell Staff Writer S.M.Bell@iup.edu Mac Miller’s new album “The Divine Feminine,” released Sept. 16, is a romanticized, raw trip through the trials and tribulations of the Pittsburgh native’s complex
Jeremy Stout Staff Writer J.W.Stout@iup.edu Xiubo Cui Pearce (senior, art education and art history) is an exemplary artist who specializes in ceramics but whose talent goes beyond that. In addition
Tori Stromberg Staff Writer T.J.Stromberg@iup.edu If it weren’t for IUP’s Open Mic Nights, Sarah Everett (sophomore, communications media) and Josh Hudson (sophomore, music education) may have never discovered how talented
Nicolette Querry Staff Writer N.M.Querry@iup.edu Three IUP students gave their thoughts about the “Fifty Shades of Grey” movie series and the trailer for “Fifty Shades Darker,” the sequel which will
Angie Prencipe Staff Writer A.V.Prencipe@iup.edu Any student with a passion for art can find companionship in a certain student organization that is tailored for those with a desire to create.
Stephanie Bachman Staff Writer S.L.Bachman2@iup.edu A trio of IUP professors is putting on its first faculty recital from 8 to 9:30 p.m. Monday in Gorell Recital Hall. Dr. Sun Min
Katie Mest Contributing Writer K.A.Mest@iup.edu This is a satirical column. On Sunday evening, IUP campus police responded to a call when students heard the cry of what sounded like a