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Popular in the ’80s and ’90s, the game of circle kicking a footbag—commonly known as “hacky sack”—has vanished from the Oak Grove in recent years. If this photo brings back memories or if you see a familiar face, Harrison Wick, IUP archivist and
Special Collections librarian, would love to hear from you. He’s also interested in acquiring IUP memorabilia, yearbooks, photos, and more. Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org. (IUP Archives)
In June, contractors rejuvenated Sutton Hall’s bell tower, replacing its decorative wood and repainting the entire structure. Now, it can weather the elements for years to come. The bell was installed in 1876. (Emily Smith)
Granite benches mark the spot where Leonard Hall used to be. Construction of a new science facility, named for John Kopchick ’72, M’75 and Char Labay Kopchick ’73, is expected to begin in 2020 on this site and where Walsh Hall currently stands.
For now, Oak Grove passersby have a clear view of the North Dining hall, open since 2017 on the Keith Hall site. (William Hamilton)
Captured with a drone looking eastward from above the Oak Grove, this view shows (clockwise from front right) Sutton, McElhaney, and Wallwork halls. Mack Park is visible at top right. (Emily Smith)
Read more from the Summer/Fall 2019 issue of IUP Magazine.
Message From the President
Letters to the Editor
The Professor Next Door
Paths to the Pulitzer
“Old” Hawk Soars to New Heights
Stepping In, Stopping Violence
Head in the Cloud Forests
The Real IUP Story
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