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.
It looks like the future for a rare hummingbird that resides only in Honduras is a little brighter thanks to efforts made by a graduate student and her professor from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. [Read More]
“Ragtime The Musical” may be set at the turn of the 20th century, and its characters may be taken from antiquated, disparate social classes, but the messages and themes of the show still resonate strongly today, according to actor Chris Sams. [Read More]
Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s Institute for Rural Health and Safety has received a $100,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services/Health Resources and Services Administration for a project to help prevent deaths from opioid overdoses. [Read More]
The Lively Arts at IUP, in conjunction with Phoenix Entertainment, is searching for a local young male to portray “Young Coalhouse” in a walk-on, nonspeaking role in the final moments of the Broadway hit “Ragtime” when it comes to Indiana next month. [Read More]
Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s University Museum, in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, will open an exhibit titled “Walk Through Latin America” Oct. 31 that will run through Dec. 12. [Read More]
The Department of Theater and Dance at Indiana University of Pennsylvania will present IUP Dance Theater’s original production of “Gabriel’s Dream” at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday in the newly renovated Zink Dance Theater in Zink Hall on the IUP campus. [Read More]
Your news story, “Indiana Area School District: Directors weigh expanding background checks for adults (Sept. 30),” explained concerns about dual-enrolled students who may take classes with college professors who will not have the proper clearances. [Read More]
Members of SAGE, Students Advocating Gender Equality, displayed more than 3,000 Solo cups in the IUP Oak Grove on Wednesday to bring awareness to the issue of sexual assaults on college campuses. [Read More]
As a part of the ongoing Social Justice Program at The First Unitarian Universalist Church, a group of church members and the IUP Unitarian Universalist students joined the more than 400 walkers at the third annual 5K Walk to End Suicide on Sept. 27. [Read More]
Panel: Game of Loans
The Pennsylvania State Education Association at IUP is hosting a teach-in and panel conversation about college affordability this Thursday at 7:30 PM in the Stouffer Hall Auditorium on campus as part ...
The Hawkeyes, with Coastal Remedy and Black Ridge
Pittsburgh rock 'n roll band THE HAWKEYES will be taking the stage at 637 Philadelphia Street with Locals COASTAL REMEDY and BLACK RIDGE! This will be a special night, for sure, and we can't wait to i...
Chris Vipond and the Stanley Street Band
Chris Vipond and the Stanley Street Band are Altoona's Hardest Workin' Band, and we're happy to have them on our stage!
with Special Guest, Sean Howard
Doors at 7pm / ALL AGES / $5 Admission
Trace Adkins Concert
Country singer Trace Adkins will perform at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 20, at the Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex on the Indiana University of Pennsylvania campus. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m.
IUP beat American International (Mass.), 77-60, in the final game of the IRMC Classic at the Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex on Saturday night. The Hawks swept a weekend of back-to-back games for the first time in three tries this season. [Read More]
After following up an undefeated start to the season with a pair of difficult losses, the Crimson Hawks dominated visiting Saint Augustine’s, 82-34, at the Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex on Saturday in the opening round of the Lodestar Classic. [Read More]
The Crimson Hawks, who visit Shepherd (W.Va.) on Saturday in the second round of the NCAA Division II playoffs, have had a habit this year of scoring points in bunches, and it has often happened at the best possible times. [Read More]
After spotting the Golden Eagles an eight-point halftime lead, IUP got things straightened out, scored 41 second-half points and crushed Charleston, 47-21, in an NCAA Division II first-round playoff game at UC Stadium. [Read More]
IUP beat East Stroudsburg, 82-73, at Memorial Field House, snapping a rare two-game losing streak by knocking off the preseason favorite in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference East Division. [Read More]
FLORENCE, Ala. — Lenny Williams, IUP’s redshirt freshman quarterback, is one of 38 football players who have been nominated for the 2015 Harlon Hill Trophy as the Division II Player of the Year. [Read More]
After earning the 16th NCAA Division II playoff berth in school history, the IUP Crimson Hawks begin play in the 28-team tournament with a first-round game at Charleston (W.Va.). What you need to know: [Read More]
There’s a popular scene in the 1980s classic basketball movie “Hoosiers” in which high school coach Norman Dale has his players measure the distance from the hoop to the floor at Butler Field House as they prepare for the state championship game. [Read More]
IUP quarterback Lenny Williams has been named the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Western Division Freshman of the Year, leading a group of 11 Crimson Hawks on the all-conference team. [Read More]
IUP held a 21-point lead late in the first half and settled for a 14-point lead at halftime before Bowie State stormed back and beat the seventh-ranked Crimson Hawks, 76-72, in the closing game of the S&T Bank Atlantic Region Challenge at the Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex on Saturday ni [Read More]
IUP’s Alex Hampel earned a berth to the NCAA Division II Cross Country Championships, but the Crimson Hawks missed out on qualifying as a team by one spot in the Atlantic Region Championships on Saturday. [Read More]
Saturday is Senior Day for the IUP Crimson Hawks, who play their final home game of the regular season against Gannon. It’ll be the last chance for eight Crimson Hawks to play in front of their home fans, and it will be their last chance to help IUP win the PSAC West crown. [Read More]
Members of the IUP men’s basketball program spoke to students at Purchase Line Elementary School recently as part of the National Association of Basketball Coaches “Stay in to Win” program. [Read More]
LOUDONVILLE, N.Y. — With so many new players in the lineup, things went just about the way IUP coach Joe Lombardi expected in the Crimson Hawks’ exhibition basketball game at Siena on Monday night. [Read More]
IUP’s upset bid fell short against Edinboro, 25-22, 24-26, 25-23, 25-22, in a tightly contested Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference women’s volleyball match Friday at the Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex. [Read More]
Although the selection process is sometimes unclear, it seems to boil down to this for the IUP Crimson Hawks: If they want to get into the NCAA Division II playoffs, they need to win their final three games. [Read More]
IUP finished third in the team standings, and Alex Hampel was recognized as the top scholar athlete at the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Cross Country Championships on Saturday morning at Cooper’s Lake Campground in Slippery Rock. [Read More]
Freshman Jenny Vietmeier scored two goals, including the extra-time game-winner, to lead IUP to a 2-1 victory over Seton Hill in a Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference women’s soccer match at South Campus Field on Wednesday. [Read More]
There’s some debate about whether Chris Temple is even the best running back on his team. But the gaudy rushing statistics the IUP sophomore is putting up put him squarely among the best running backs in the nation. [Read More]
Chris Temple rushed for 255 yards and scored all three of IUP's touchdowns, and the Crimson Hawks the 2015 Coal Bowl title by edging California, 20-15, on a frigid Saturday night at Miller Stadium. [Read More]
This game got circled on the calendar a long time ago.
It’s the “Coal Bowl.” It’s against California. It’s at night. And if you look at the PSAC West standings, you’ll see it’s somewhat of a do-or-die game for both teams. [Read More]