Indiana University of Pennsylvania broke ground for the Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex and celebrated a $1 million gift to name the 5,000-seat KCAC arena the Ed Fry Arena during ceremonies Thursday, November 13.
Chad Hurley, a 1999 IUP graduate and one of the founders of YouTube, the video-sharing website, made the gift in honor of Fry, his former track and field coach. Fry, a member of the IUP department of music faculty, recruited Hurley to attend IUP and participate in the track and field program.
For complete details, see IUP Breaks Ground for Kovalchick Complex, Celebrates Donation by Alumnus under IUP News.
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