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Ansari proves himself in new Netflix series

Aziz Ansari has always been a comedian first. Whether it be his breakout role as funnyman Tom Haverford on the hit NBC series “Parks and Recreation” or his multiple standup

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Students speak out about dreaded day

Whenever Friday the 13th rolls around, most people generally have some thoughts to share about the unlucky day. Here are some of the varying views IUP students have regarding Friday

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The origins of Friday the 13th are complex, unexpected

For some, Friday the 13th is just another day of the year, no more special than the last. Others view it as an unlucky day full of bad superstitions and

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Crimson Hoax: Starbucks’ holiday cup changes spark national controversy

Monday, Starbucks locations across the United States switched from their white, traditional cups to their red, holiday cups. Often seen as a merry sign of the upcoming holidays, this year’s

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Country artist Jana Kramer delivers strong sophomore album

The following is a review. Breakthrough country artist Jana Kramer’s sophomore album, “31,” is an 11-track coming-of-age tale. The album, released Oct. 9, includes hit singles such as “Love” and

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‘She Kills Monsters:’ From NYC to IUP

Two years ago in New York City, Michael Hood, the dean of the College of Fine Arts at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, saw “She Kills Monsters.” Now, Hood’s brought the

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Defying the odds: the story of ‘Steel Wheels’

His nickname holds true: “Steel Wheels” has determination, dedication and dreams tougher than steel. Ramon L. Silva (senior, business management and entrepreneurship), known as “Steel Wheels,” is the epitome of

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Diverse, colorful artwork highlights ‘Walk Through Latin America’

Following the Day of the Dead skeleton processional around campus, a new exhibit, “Walk Through Latin America,” opened Saturday in the Indiana University of Pennsylvania University Museum in Sutton Hall.

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Lit Night unites students and community

In a song about replacing the eyeballs of one’s family with raisins, Brandon Galm (graduate, literature) summarized the entire experience of a Halloween-themed Lit Night at The Artists Hand Friday.

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13 alternatives to drinking on Halloween

Halloween is nearly here, and, for some, that means sacrificing the October temperatures to dress up in creative costumes. However, if partying in crowded places and walking in the cold