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Jazz ensemble brings the energy

“We’re athletes of fine motor skills,” declared Joel Frahm, the stand-in saxophone player of the Chicago Afro-Latin Jazz Ensemble (CALJE), which performed Wednesday night in Sutton Hall’s Gorell Recital Hall.

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Pittsburgh band aims to take off with recent EP

My Cardboard Spaceship Adventure is ready to break out. The quintet, from Pittsburgh, has a sound that is reminiscent of the artists that have inspired it artistically, such as Reliant

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Students to face off in Ultimate Music Showdown

Students from Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s communications media department will host the Ultimate Music Showdown, an event to promote WIUP-FM, at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the Hadley Union Building Delaware

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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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IUP choirs perform first concert of fall season

The following is a review. The Indiana University of Pennsylvania chorus, chorale and chamber singers put on “Choral Collage,” their first concert of the semester, Sunday afternoon in Gorell Recital

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Mayday Parade produces best LP since band’s debut

The following is a review. Approximately eight years ago, a little-known pop punk band from Tallahassee, Fla., called Mayday Parade blasted onto the scene with its debut album, “A Lesson

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‘Threat to Survival’ presents uneven track list

The following is a review. The post-grunge wave of the late ’90s and early 2000s consisted of many bands that topped the charts. Nickleback, 3 Doors Down, Breaking Benjamin and

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The Clarks return: Alumni rock Indiana Theater

The following is a review. The Clarks returned to their roots Friday and Saturday at the Indiana Theater to kick off Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s homecoming weekend. The Clarks are

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Global Citizen Festival draws music’s big names

The Global Poverty Project, an organization committed to ending extreme poverty by 2030 through urging citizens to call for action from world leaders, hosted the Global Citizen Festival Saturday on

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All Time Low kicks off IUP Homecoming

Sleepy eyes and hopeful hearts waited outside of the Hadley Union Building Ohio Room early Tuesday morning for a sold-out concert opening that night. Hannah Spinosi (sophomore, nursing), one of

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New conductor set to lead annual IUP Homecoming concert

The annual homecoming concert returns to Indiana University of Pennsylvania at 3 p.m. Sunday in Fisher Auditorium. The concert has been included in part of the IUP Homecoming festivities for

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“GO:OD AM” is an artistic awakening for Mac Miller

Rapper Mac Miller woke up fans with “GO:OD AM” Friday. The album, produced by Warner Bros. Records, is Miller’s first major-label debut. The Pittsburgh native has come a long way