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The Space Between

To serve a growing number of visitors, the library in 2012 acquired new furniture, some of which can be seen in the space that connects Stapleton and Stabley libraries.

To serve a growing number of visitors, the library in 2012 acquired new furniture, some of which can be seen in the space that connects Stapleton and Stabley libraries. The library is also piloting a new schedule, 24 hours a day, five days a week, through May of next year. [Keith Boyer]

Bridging Buildings

Inside the walkway over West Avenue that connects the first Hadley Union Building, built in 1985, and its 2002 expansion

Inside the walkway over West Avenue that connects the first Hadley Union Building, built in 1985, and its 2002 expansion [Keith Boyer]

Fleet Feet

According to yearbooks, the track program experienced success and renewed interest in the early 1960s. If you know the identity of any of the “thinclads” in this undated photograph, Harrison Wick, IUP Special Collections librarian and university archivist, would love to hear from you.

According to yearbooks, the track program experienced success and renewed interest in the early 1960s. If you know the identity of any of the “thinclads” in this undated photograph, Harrison Wick, IUP Special Collections librarian and university archivist, would love to hear from you. Contact him by e-mail at hwick@iup.edu. He’s also interested in acquiring IUP memorabilia, photographs, scrapbooks, and more. Find more information at the IUP Special Collections and University Archives.

Scraps to Skyscrapers

James McNabb, a master of fine arts candidate at IUP, gained national attention last fall with his miniature wood cityscapes. His sculpture of Manhattan was the main visual for the New Yorker Festival in October and appeared in festival publicity materials and numerous publications.

McNabb said his fascination with cityscapes began while growing up in Montville, New Jersey, where he could see the New York City skyline from the hilltops. Made entirely of scrap wood, the sculptures in his City Series are his interpretation of making something out of nothing, he said.

He and his wife, Stephanie, who taught in the IUP Art Department in 2011 and 2012, run McNabb & Co. Studio in Philadelphia, specializing in home furnishings and decorative arts. [Photos courtesy James McNabb]

James McNabb, a master of fine arts candidate at IUP, gained national attention last fall with his miniature wood cityscapes. His sculpture of Manhattan was the main visual for the New Yorker Festival in October and appeared in festival publicity materials and numerous publications.
James McNabb, a master of fine arts candidate at IUP, gained national attention last fall with his miniature wood cityscapes. His sculpture of Manhattan was the main visual for the New Yorker Festival in October and appeared in festival publicity materials and numerous publications.

Breaking Their Silence

Wacky dress was encouraged for “Silent Night” at the February 15 men’s basketball game against Gannon. The crowd is to remain silent until the home team scores 10 points. Despite a record crowd, the men’s and women’s teams fell to the Golden Knights.

Wacky dress was encouraged for “Silent Night” at the February 15 men’s basketball game against Gannon. The crowd is to remain silent until the home team scores 10 points. Despite a record crowd, the men’s and women’s teams fell to the Golden Knights. [Keith Boyer]