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.
“Local Color — The Indiana Perspective” features works from the University Museum’s collection by artists who have lived and worked in the Indiana area. The exhibit, presented in honor of the Indiana Borough Bicentennial, opens Saturday and runs through July 28. [Read More]
Aramark, Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s dining service, will offer picnic foods at its food truck in the IUP Oak Grove three more times through the summer months (weather permitting). [Read More]
Indiana University of Pennsylvania faculty members and students will move into year six of testing water from the Beaver Run Reservoir as a result of a $85,000 contract with the Municipal Authority of Westmoreland County. [Read More]
A former Indiana resident will be taking her music on the road for a nationwide tour this summer. Her venues: street corners, transit platforms and anywhere she and her guitar can find some decent foot traffic. [Read More]
In a joint release from Park Inn by Radisson Indiana and the Lively Arts at IUP, it was announced Tuesday that the Park Inn will be the presenting sponsor as the Lively Arts brings the Broadway tour of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Cinderella” to Indiana. [Read More]
The following students have been named to the Spring 2016 dean’s list at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Students achieve dean’s list status when they are full-time (12 or more credits) with a grade point average of 3.25 or higher. [Read More]
The second of two men from Erie has pleaded guilty to charges stemming from the reported robbery and abduction of an Indiana University of Pennsylvania student from his off-campus apartment earlier this year. [Read More]
Kentucky voters pick their favored candidate for president on Tuesday, and Hillary Clinton is making a big, final push for their support. But rival Bernie Sanders hopes to add Kentucky to his string of wins and further delay Clinton’s clinching the Democratic presidential nomination. [Read More]
Indiana University of Pennsylvania will move forward with physical upgrades to campus after the Council of Trustees approved two resolutions Thursday to finance improvements to Elkin Hall and Miller Stadium. [Read More]
A Pittsburgh man has been jailed in Indiana after a drug task force raid uncovered supplies of narcotics and hallucinogens in his apartment near the Indiana University of Pennsylvania campus, police said. [Read More]
Indiana University of Pennsylvania will hold commencement ceremonies for 2,002 new graduates Saturday at 9 a.m. and at 2 p.m. at the Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex. The ceremonies will combine undergraduate and graduate students. [Read More]
To the Indiana community: Thank you so much for supporting the efforts of the Refugee Working Group in attending the Six O’Clock Series at IUP and the fundraiser at Calvary Presbyterian Church. [Read More]
The department of education and school psychology at Indiana University of Pennsylvania is hosting “You’re #uniquebecause” from noon to 2 p.m. today through Friday in the Hadley Union Building near the entrance to the fitness center. [Read More]
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]
Open Mic Night
Open Mic at The Artists Hand Gallery & Espresso Bar with host David Marley from The Mast Year.
Win free espresso bar beverages and/or a free recording of your performance.
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The Clock Reads at The Brown Hotel
The Clock returns to The Brown Hotel on Friday, May 27th!
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BROOKVILLE — Aaron Park tossed a five-hitter and drove in three runs to power host Kelly Chrysler to a 14-4 win over Walbeck Insurance in an Indiana County Youth Legion baseball game Wednesday. The game was shortened to five innings due to the mercy rule. [Read More]
IUP freshman D.J. Horton earned All-America recognition in the pole vault, finishing eighth in the NCAA Division II Outdoor Track and Field Championships at the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla., on Saturday. [Read More]
PHILIPSBURG — Philipsburg-Osceola outhit Ligonier Valley 10-4 and advanced to the district championship game for the sixth time in seven years by rolling to a 6-2 win in a District 6 Class AA softball semifinal-round playoff game Thursday. [Read More]
MANSFIELD — Sophomore Austin Cooper won the 1,500-meter title, highlighting the final day for the IUP men’s and women’s track and field teams at the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Championships at Mansfield University. [Read More]
Three suspects have been arrested in the shooting deaths of two men during an argument police said stemmed from a drug deal late Tuesday in the Essex House Apartments complex near the Indiana University of Pennsylvania campus. [Read More]
IUP earned its sixth straight trip to the national tournament with a 5-2 victory over Mercyhurst in an NCAA Division II Atlantic Region women’s tennis match Monday at the Maple Street Courts. [Read More]
Defending champion California swept IUP 3-0 in doubles play to beat the Crimson Hawks, 5-3, in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference women’s tennis championships at Bloomsburg University on Saturday. [Read More]