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Page-turners: 5 great books for college kids

With all the reading that is expected of students for classes, there is little to no time to read leisurely. But if you have time, here are five books that

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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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Just in time for Halloween: horror dominates theaters

Several new movies are hitting theaters this week, and with Halloween around the corner, horror seems to be the dominating genre. Two of the most anticipated upcoming films are “Goosebumps”

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Blood is Also Red: the brainchild of IUP students

Four Indiana University of Pennsylvania students have created Blood is Also Red, an online portfolio for students to post original forms of art. “It’s going to be an online art

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Poet’s Corner: Patrick Roche

In Patrick Roche’s brutally honest, poignant poem, “The Perfect Panic Attack,” he echoes the experience of every individual who lives with mental illness: “A panic attack is a remarkably solitary

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“Dark Places:” book vs. movie

Author of the best-selling novel “Gone Girl,” which spawned an award-winning film adaptation, Gillian Flynn produced her next thriller adaptation in “Dark Places,” which fulfills its title. With the success

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Author John Green enjoying success

The following is an opinion column. The acclaimed young adult novel “Paper Towns” opens with the line: “The way I figure it, everyone gets a miracle.” John Green, the mastermind

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Poet’s Corner: reviews of literary works

“This is a poem for Greg, parts one through four. A Poem for Greg: Part One. The Decision. And as I wrote your name in my roommate’s watermelon sunburst lipstick

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Book & movie review: Fifty Shades of Grey

The highly anticipated movie “Fifty Shades of Grey,” based on the book by E.L. James, made millions at the box office this Valentine’s Day weekend. The story follows a clean-cut, handsome,


New Growth Arts Review to host magazine launch party

To celebrate an effective appeal to the Co-op and to increase circulation, the Indiana University of Pennsylvania campus literary magazine, New Growth Arts Review, will host a launch party Thursday


Books Worth the Late Homework: ‘Still Life with Bread Crumbs’

It began with a gunshot. Or at least what narrator and former city dweller Rebecca Winter thought was a gunshot as she lay awake during her first night away from



Porchia Woodward (senior, psychology and philosophy) performs at “The Pocketbook Monologues” in the HUB Delaware Room April 5. (Morgan Cunningham/ The Penn)