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2016-2017 News

Queer workshop series promotes sexual health, campus resources

Let’s Talk About Sexual Health, the next session for the Adulting 101: Queer Conversation Workshop, will be held at 5 p.m. Monday in Delaney Hall Room 327. The workshop began

2016-2017 News

Student prepares for graduation, jobs abroad

For Kira Womack (senior, communications media), graduation is only a few weeks away, but she already has major plans for after IUP, thanks in part to a summer internship and

2016-2017 News

Student emphasizes importance of social justice

Since coming to IUP, Justin Cobb (junior, communications media/religious studies) has become a socially conscious individual who promotes different causes that are important to him through activism, research and service

2016-2017 News

Organization collects donations in Uhler to help refugees

The IUP Holocaust Remembrance Events Planning Committee is sponsoring a donations box to assist refugees in the lobby of Uhler Hall. Shannon Phillips-Shyrock, committee chair, is leading the collection. Part

2016-2017 News

Indiana offers new screening options for rising STI rates

Rates of sexually transmitted infections, or STIs, among young people are rising annually, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. According to the CDC, people aged 15 to

2016-2017 News

Communications media student rises through ranks at IUP-TV

Aislinn Aimino (senior, communications media) is a prime example of how working hard at the bottom of the food chain can eventually get you to the top. Aimino has had

2016-2017 News

IUP alumnus to run for local office

James Smith, a 2016 graduate from the IUP political science department, is seeking the nomination for the office of Register of Wills, Recorder of Deeds and Clark of the Orphans

2016-2017 News

Doctoral student encourages diversity in teaching force

The Ever Consider Teaching Project, a group dedicated to encouraging more African-American men to become teachers at all levels from pre-school through college, has become a focus for graduate student

2016-2017 News

IUP professor running for mayor

Erick Lauber, IUP professor of journalism and public relations and longtime Indiana resident, announced he was running for the Republican nomination for mayor of Indiana Borough on Thursday. The primaries

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Students give advice on coping with breakups

Valentine’s Day is all about love, but it can be an especially difficult day for someone going through a recent or painful breakup. For those people, Feb. 14 is a

2016-2017 News

Communications media doctoral candidate researches video games

Stephanie Bachman Lead News Writer S.L.Bachman2@iup.edu 02/07/2017 As an adjunct faculty member within the department of communications media, Ahmed Yousof (graduate, communications media and instructional technology), a doctoral candidate from

2016-2017 News

One student dead, another arrested in off-campus fight

Stephanie Bachman Lead News Writer S.L.Bachman2@iup.edu 02/07/2017 One IUP student is dead and another was arrested after a fight between two members of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity, according to