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Symbols of Learning

The program for the dedication of Leonard Hall in May 1954, two years after the original building was destroyed by fire, indicates that “eight decorative symbols at the main entrance signify learning and related activities of various academic subject            departments,” in this case writing.

The program for the dedication of Leonard Hall in May 1954, two years after the original building was destroyed by fire, indicates that “eight decorative symbols at the main entrance signify learning and related activities of various academic subject departments,” in this case writing. Leonard is slated for demolition after the new humanities building is completed in spring 2016. [Keith Boyer]

Homecoming Cheers

The crowd cheered as the Homecoming parade passed the 600 block of Philadelphia Street on October 11.

The crowd cheered as the Homecoming parade passed the 600 block of Philadelphia Street on October 11. [Keith Boyer]

Want to see more photos from Homecoming? View our Homecoming 2014 Photo Gallery.

O’er the Fields

Harrison Wick, IUP Special Collections librarian and university archivist, came across this photo of students headed down the slopes of the Co-op Park in 1970 and wondered if readers could identify some of these tobogganers.

These students headed down the slopes of the Co-op Park and into the pages of the 1970 Oak yearbook. If you know the identity of any of these tobogganers, 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. Visit the IUP Special Collections and University Archives for more information.

Fleeting Fair Weather

Students took advantage of a mild day in November and relaxed in the Oak Grove.

Students took advantage of a mild day in November and relaxed in the Oak Grove. From left are Cristina Cimentada, Mallory Garsteck, and Stephanie Firestone. The IUP Performing Arts Center can be seen in the background. [Keith Boyer]

More from the Fall-Winter 2014 Issue of IUP Magazine

Armed for the Future

Armed for the Future

The new Military Resource Center is one of several initiatives helping students make a successful transition from military to campus life.

Preserving the Past

Preserving the Past

The library’s Special Collections and Archives area helps patrons study items they may not find anywhere else.

Message from the President

Creating a diverse environment at IUP sometimes means providing a bridge to help students cross from their previous environment to our community.

Homecoming 2014 Photo Gallery

Namedroppers | Achievements | Mentors

Photo Gallery | In Brief

Pipe Dream

IUP is housing the Ronald G. Pogorzelski and Lester D. Yankee Pipe Organ, thanks to a lease agreement with the American Guild of Organists.

Coming Back to Build the Future

More than 150 alumni return to campus each year to speak to classes, recruit students for jobs or internships, share professional expertise, and more.

The Road to Canton

Ed Bouchette, the Steelers beat reporter for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, has earned a spot in Canton, Ohio, among the greats of the game.

Silver Anniversary

A look back at 25 years of performing and visual arts events presented by the College of Fine Arts.