Indiana University of Pennsylvania, a public, Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) University, is Pennsylvania's fifth largest university. Located in Indiana, the university is the temporary home to about 15,000 undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students.
Bill Balint, Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s chief technology officer with more than a quarter-century of service to his alma mater, has been named the winner of the 2016 Pittsburgh Chief Information Officer of the Year Award (education division). [Read More]
The ongoing property reassessment project in Indiana County hasn’t been the first with its level of controversy and emotional reaction, and it probably won’t be the last, according to speakers at a panel discussion Tuesday in Indiana. [Read More]
Let them in or keep them out? That’s the question many Americans are asking with civil unrest in the Middle East causing millions of refugees to relocate. At Monday’s Six O’Clock Series, a panel discussed some myths about refugees and their effect on different world nations. [Read More]
Starting with the 2016-17 academic year, two student programming organizations at Indiana University of Pennsylvania will be replaced by one larger group, according to the IUP Student Co-Op. [Read More]
SOFTBALL: IUP beat Slippery Rock, 2-1, to stay alive in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference women’s softball playoffs at Quakertown on Wednesday.
IUP (28-18) won the elimination game after losing to California, 4-3, earlier in the day. The Crimson Hawks played Kutztown in another [Read More]
Despite playing well enough on Monday to move up two spots in the rankings, the IUP golf team’s overall performance at the 53rd annual Cecil Spadafora Invitational was mostly underwhelming. [Read More]
The Crimson Hawks quickly rebounded from a 7-5 loss to visiting California, plating nine runs in the first inning en route to a 21-6 victory over the Vulcans in the second game of a PSAC baseball doubleheader Saturday. [Read More]
Lauren Zola and Brooke Darling each fired complete games in IUP’s sweep of Clarion, 7-1 and 9-0, in a Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference softball doubleheader Friday at Podbielski Field. [Read More]
As one of his teammates, a walk-on defensive back, was being removed from a drill for not running hard enough on Wednesday afternoon at Miller Stadium, IUP linebacker Kevin Clarke took off his helmet and let loose on the youngster as only a captain could. [Read More]
ERIE — IUP’s Amy Weinberg broke the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference women’s lacrosse record for career assists, dishing out two while scoring three goals as the 16th-ranked Crimson Hawks upset fifth-ranked Mercyhurst, 11-7, on Tuesday. [Read More]
Amanda Parrish went 5-for-7 with a double and drove in two runs to help IUP sweep Pitt Johnstown, 4-1 and 8-1, in a Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Central Division softball doubleheader on Wednesday at Podbielski Field. [Read More]
IUP rallied from a seven-stroke deficit behind Kenneth Sames to win the Olgebay Resort Intercollegiate golf tournament in soggy conditions on the Palmer Course at the Speidel Golf Club in Wheeling, W.Va., on Monday. [Read More]
Dan Sepic went 5-for-7 to lead all IUP batters, and the Crimson Hawks swept a doubleheader at Slippery Rock, 11-5 and 11-10, on Saturday to win three out of a four-game home-and-home series. [Read More]
Three IUP players hit home runs, highlighted by a grand slam from Scott Hess, in a 13-11 victory over Slippery Rock in the opening game of a Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference baseball doubleheader at Dougherty Field on Friday afternoon. [Read More]