athletics benefit more than student-athletes; they build school spirit and a
sense of community. Now, the university has a bold new symbol to showcase that
shrinking high school class sizes take their toll on student enrollment, IUP
must rely on innovation to weather the challenge.
Barnett came to IUP to grow musically. Twenty years later, the CU-Boulder
faculty member has enlisted the help of an IUP mentor on his latest project—a
fusion of metal, rock, and jazz.
are no longer outsiders in distance running, even in races beyond 100 miles,
due in part to the trailblazing Marcy Schwam.
As thousands of alumni returned to campus in October to celebrate
Homecoming 2013, they continued a tradition that has spanned eight
Junior Caitlin McCabe, a member of the IUP Color Guard, starts to get
her gear together for the IUP Marching Band: her uniform, her flag—and
her prosthetic leg.
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Daniel Saftner ’11 and Mark Smith ’11 launched a Kickstarter project, “Macropod: Revealing the World Unseen,” featuring a video about their inexpensive, portable, high-resolution, 3D imaging device.
Jeff Krakoff ’86 led a bike ride from Pittsburgh to Washington, DC, to raise money for the Arthritis Foundation.
The works in Ramon Riley’s thesis exhibition pay tribute to his hometown of Braddock.
Michele Ratcliffe Renz ’93 was promoted to senior manager at Cottrill, Arbutina & Associates, PC.
Linda Acorn Budzinski ’88 has published a young adult romance novel, The Funeral Singer.
Marilyn Kibler-Colón ’81 was named VIP Woman of the Year by the National Association of Professional Women.
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