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.
Efforts to control rowdy celebrations in Indiana during the Indiana University of Pennsylvania homecoming weekends have been so effective that some other universities are asking the Indiana Area Collaborative Team for advice, according to Indiana Borough council President Nancy Jones. [Read More]
Mezzo-soprano Raquel Winnica Young and pianist Sun Min Kim, both new faculty in the Indiana University of Pennsylvania Department of Music, will perform “Ayres Ibericos,” a musical journey through different regions of Spain, as part of the Sound Choices series. [Read More]
IUP basketball Brandon Spain, a communications major from Baltimore, bagged groceries Thursday for Heather Hartnett, of Homer City, during Grocers Fight Cancer Day at the Giant Eagle supermarket in White Township. [Read More]
Just in time for the Halloween season, the Lively Arts at Indiana University of Pennsylvania will present L.A. Theatre Works’ “Dracula.” This chilling tale, to be performed in unique radio-play style, will be presented Thursday at 8 p.m. in Fisher Auditorium of IUP’s Performing Arts Center. [Read More]
Indiana University of Pennsylvania has selected Pinnacle Venue Services, of Virginia Beach, Va., and San Antonio, to be the new management company for the Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex. [Read More]
The 2015 Homecoming Parade, with a theme of “Once Upon a Time,” focusing on children’s films, will begin at 10 a.m. Saturday at 13th and Philadelphia streets. It will feature 70 campus and community units. [Read More]
Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s annual homecoming celebration this weekend is expected to draw thousands to Indiana for alumni reunions and events for the community, including the annual parade and football game. [Read More]
This year’s annual Homecoming Concert is titled “A New Beginning” as IUP and the Department of Music welcome Timothy Paul, the new conductor of the IUP Wind Ensemble and IUP’s director of bands. [Read More]
The Lively Arts of Indiana University of Pennsylvania will kick off its Ovations! series 2015-16 season with a performance by the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra at 8 p.m. Wednesday in Fisher Auditorium, IUP Performing Arts Center. [Read More]
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
Vox Lumina Musical Medicine Show
This will be a pretty special performance, as Vox Lumina will bring in their Eclectic Chant and Healing music to the stage at 637 Philadelphia Street.
Doors at 7pm / ALL AGES / $5 Admission
The Clarks @ The Indiana Theater
IUP Alumni and Pittsburgh's Favorite Rock 'n Roll Band return to their old stomping grounds for 2 Nights of Music!
Friday October 2nd - with guests Wreck Loose
Saturday October 3rd - with guests C...
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.
A few weeks ago, this looked like possibly the easiest game on IUP’s schedule.
Saturday’s game is against a program, after all, that has had exactly one winning season since it was created in 2005. Seton Hill, which had been a women’s college until 2002, has been among the least successful [Read More]
IUP topped Clarion in women’s volleyball for the first time since 2009, scoring a 25-19, 26-24, 25-23 victory in a Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference match at the Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex on Tuesday. [Read More]
Sophomore running back Chris Temple rushed for 234 yards and a school-record six touchdowns to lead IUP to an easy 42-21 win over Edinboro on Saturday during the Crimson Hawks’ annual Homecoming game. [Read More]
The Crimson Hawks beat the Lakers for the fifth straight time, three of which came at Tullio Field, where Mercyhurst was celebrating its homecoming weekend. The Lakers were good hosts to IUP. Lakers quarterback Brendan Boylan threw four interceptions, and IUP returned three of them for touchdowns. [Read More]