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All former IUP ice hockey players are sought for the annual ice hockey alumni game and reunion on March 1, 2014, in Indiana. To be included on the invitation list, please send your contact information and class year by e-mail to email@example.com. According to Ed Rickel ’74, who submitted the photo, the hockey team pictured is IUP’s first. It formed in 1971 and won the club championship in 1972.
The photo was taken in March 1972, following a 4-1 loss to Pitt. He identified the players as, front row, from left, Don Bortner ’74, Dan Skena ’75, Dan Shapiro, Phil Bartchak ’81, Ed Rickel, the late Don Cromer ’75, Bob Daugherty, and Jim Scarnati ’74, and in the back row, Matt Koch, Tom VanDyke ’73 (retired IUP faculty member), Jim Demmy, Doug Arnold ’78, Bob Zahorack, Mike Bednar ’75, Craig Thomas ’73, Barry Drangel ’73, ’94, Ken Richert ’79, and Pete Hanson M’72. Jeff Hozaphel was missing from the photo.
From atop the IUP Performing Arts Center, university photographer Keith Boyer captured this view of the Oak Grove in November, with Sutton Hall in the background and Stapleton Library at right.
Fall’s evening sun streamed into the new HUB gymnasium, which opened in August along South Seventh Street. Learn more about the new facility. —Keith Boyer
“Chalking” in the Oak Grove has become a popular way of promoting events and building awareness of causes year-round. RAINN Day, in September, highlighted the efforts of the Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network to support victims of sexual violence. —Keith Boyer
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