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.
Taro Harasaki, appearing on Tuesday at 8 p.m. with the Drum TAO “Seventeen Samurai” performance at IUP, has performed with the group for 12 years, joining when he returned to Japan after working in Canada. [Read More]
Indiana Borough council again Tuesday heard more public comments on the proposed multimodal corridor that would pass through Indiana and the Indiana University of Pennsylvania campus as it connects the Hoodlebug Trail to the White Township Recreation Complex. [Read More]
Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s spring 2016 Six O’Clock Series offers presentations on a variety of topics, including The Zuzu African Acrobats show, a program planned in celebration of Black History Month. [Read More]
The University Museum and Kipp Galleries will combine to host the 2016 Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibitions. Showcasing a variety of media, the exhibitions will be on view Saturday through March 4, with a public reception Saturday from 6 to 8:30 p.m. in all venues. [Read More]
Authorities said this morning that an Indiana University of Pennsylvania student was kidnapped last week from an off-campus apartment by two acquaintances and was driven to Erie, where one of his abductors was captured while the other remains at large. [Read More]
The New Century Club will meet at 9:15 a.m. Thursday in the St. Andrew’s Court Dining Room for a book breakfast. Dr. Edward Platt will discuss Sir Patrick Duffy’s book “Growing Up Irish in Britain and British in Ireland.” [Read More]
In a boisterous 2 1/2-hour meeting Thursday, Indiana area residents, business owners, students and others debated — sometimes angrily — a proposed multimodal corridor with dedicated bicycle lanes across Indiana. [Read More]
Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s African American Cultural Center will present several programs in celebration of Black History Month during February, including a month long fundraising project for the people of Flint, Mich. [Read More]
Indiana University of Pennsylvania formally cut the ribbon Friday for its new $30 million academic building, which houses seven departments in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences. [Read More]
The new humanities building at Indiana University of Pennsylvania was evacuated and classes were temporarily suspended for part of Wednesday afternoon after a pipe in the sprinkler system burst. [Read More]
Social Media Workshop: Know Your Audience
Does it sometimes feel like you are managing a social media account that no one knows about? Not getting “likes” or “retweets” or followers? Hear from Emily Smith, Assistant Director of Commun...
Open Mic Night
Join us for our February Open Mic Night, hosted by the talented David Marley of The Mast Year!
Our Open Mic Night is BYOB, and the first three performers receive a beverage of their choice from our...
Brandon Spain pump-faked and dribbled once against on onrushing defender, pulled up for a jump shot and nailed the 15-footer with 1.3 seconds left to lift IUP to a 68-66 victory over Mercyhurst on Wednesday night at the KCAC. [Read More]
The teams traded blows for the entire game, but IUP made enough key plays down the stretch to grab a 53-47 win and a split of the season series that allowed the Crimson Hawks to maintain a share of first place in the division. [Read More]