This is a satirical news article. The streak of choking during crunch time of championship games continued this week here at IUP. The university’s No. 1-ranked rowing team took on
This is a satirical news column. Sadie Smith (freshman, executive politics) brought her new dog, Trouble – an orange Whippet – to the Oak Grove Sunday afternoon for a walk.
Nikki Santiago Staff Writer N.Santiago@iup.edu Bernie Sanders could be considered for the presidency once again as of Tuesday night. According to an NNC report, a scandal has revealed that most
Samantha Bell Lead Culture Writer S.M.Bell@iup.edu This is a satirical news column. IUP officials have decided to cancel Thanksgiving break in light of the recent faculty strike. Although it is
Nicolette Querry Staff Writer N.M.Querry This is a Satirical News Column Out-of-hand homecoming events have forced Indiana Borough police to place campus under martial law. Martial law gives the military
Seth Woolcock Staff Writer S.M.Woolcock@iup.edu IUP’s campus played host Thursday night to the Pennsylvania-born rapper Mac Miller as part of the 2016 IUP Homecoming festivities. Miller kicked off the annual
The Class of 2016 is faced with some heartbreaking news, as thousands of businesses announced Friday that they are no longer accepting four-year degrees as a valid form of education.
The following is a satirical news column: The spring semester got off to a roaring start for IUP’s newly formed department of marine studies Wednesday afternoon. Several dozen people showed
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
A somber parting of ways turned triumphant Friday when two friends swapped the best round of back-patting they had ever experienced. At a small gathering to celebrate a close friend