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.
Congratulations to IUP for allowing the least common denominator to represent them this past weekend. Unfortunately the representation, in my humble opinion, was pretty much what one would expect based on last year’s festivities. [Read More]
Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s student television station, IUP-TV, will air the first episode of “An Evening with the Arts” and “IRMC (Indiana Regional Medical Center) Today” on Thursday. [Read More]
Leadership Indiana County, a leadership academy conducted by the MARTI Institute at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, is implementing a STEM (science, technology, engineering and math/medical education) awareness campaign in Indiana County called IC-STEM. [Read More]
Crowds of Indiana University of Pennsylvania students and college-age visitors took to the streets of the Indiana area over the weekend for what has become an annual tradition, the so-called IUPatty’s Day celebration combining St. Patrick’s Day and the arrival of spring. [Read More]
The Department of Theater and Dance and Department of Music at Indiana University of Pennsylvania will present “An Evening of Dance and Percussion” at 7 p.m. Saturday. The performance will be held in Fisher Auditorium of IUP’s Performing Arts Center. [Read More]
The University Museum at Indiana University of Pennsylvania 2015 High School Art Invitational is a celebration of Pennsylvania student artists. It will showcase more than 50 works by students representing 12 high schools from across the state. [Read More]
Throngs of college-age revelers continued their IUPatty’s Day celebrations Saturday amid a stepped up police presence that extended well beyond the downtown Indiana taverns and South Seventh Street fraternity row, authorities said. [Read More]
EVANSVILLE, Ind. — IUP had its worst shooting performance of the season and lost to Florida Southern, 77-62, in the NCAA Division II championship game at the Ford Center on Saturday afternoon. [Read More]
IUP (31-6) takes on Florida Southern (35-1), the top-ranked team in the country and a winner of 24 straight games, in the national championship game at 3 p.m. today. The game will be broadcast nationally by CBS. [Read More]
A three-set singles win by Jarka Petercakova proved the clincher as the 32nd-ranked IUP women’s tennis team defeated Walsh, 6-3, in a non-conference indoor match on Friday afternoon in Ohio. [Read More]
Ryan Uhl is having a blast this season.
Well, actually he’s having a lot of them.
Uhl, the 6-foot-6, 220-pound slugger for the IUP baseball team, is off to a torrid start during his senior season. He’s hit 11 home runs — in 16 games. [Read More]
IUP’s Jeremy Jeffers scored 10 points in the second half, giving IUP just enough offense to get past Azusa Pacific, 69-65, in the Elite Eight at the Ford Center on Wednesday afternoon. The Crimson Hawks advanced to play Tarleton State (Texas) in the national semifinals at 7 p.m. today. [Read More]
As the majority of the IUP campus was wrapped up Wednesday afternoon in the exploits of its men’s basketball team, Curt Cignetti stood firmly on the turf at Miller Stadium, his mind focused on football. [Read More]
The games didn’t count, but they meant a lot. Back in the fall, IUP played exhibition games against Pitt and South Florida. The games against the Division I teams didn’t count in any standings, but statistics were kept and the final scores recorded. [Read More]