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Almost There

Located between Clark and Sutton halls, the new building of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences was nearing completion in October.

Located between Clark and Sutton halls, the new building of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences was nearing completion in October. Stapleton Library is to the right. Departments were to start moving in by mid-December, and the building will officially open in early January, about two weeks before the start of the spring semester. [Keith Boyer]

Extra, Extra!

Work on the courtyard area outside Sprowls and Cogswell halls wrapped up in October. The project included new lighting and landscaping, as well as concrete work, as seen here in front of Cogswell.

Work on the courtyard area outside Sprowls and Cogswell halls wrapped up in October. The project included new lighting and landscaping, as well as concrete work, as seen here in front of Cogswell. [Keith Boyer]

Among Friends

This photo was taken in Miller Stadium in 1986 or ’87. If you know the identity of anyone in the photo, Harrison Wick, IUP Special Collections librarian and university archivist, would love to hear from you.

This photo was taken in Miller Stadium in 1986 or ’87. If you know the identity of anyone in the photo, Harrison Wick, IUP Special Collections librarian and university archivist, would love to hear from you. Wick is also interested in donations of Oak yearbooks from the 1980s and ’90s, particularly the 1987 edition. Contact him at hwick@iup.edu. Yearbooks and other memorabilia can be mailed to him at IUP Special Collections, Stapleton Library, Room 302, 431 South 11th Street, Indiana, PA 15705. [IUP Archives]

Back to the Yard

The Black Alumni Coalition held its Back to the Yard reunion in September. Highlights included dinner, a football game, and a step show by Lambda Sigma Upsilon and Phi Beta Sigma fraternities and Mu Sigma Upsilon and Zeta Phi Beta sororities.

The Black Alumni Coalition held its Back to the Yard reunion in September. Highlights included dinner, a football game, and a step show by Lambda Sigma Upsilon and Phi Beta Sigma fraternities and Mu Sigma Upsilon and Zeta Phi Beta sororities. With mascot Norm at the Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex were Ruth Holt Woods ’84, left, and Kimberly Maddox ’86. [Keith Boyer]

More from the Fall-Winter 2015 Issue of IUP Magazine

A Hell of a Ride

‘A Hell of a Ride’

For more than 30 years, IUP safety alumni have boosted the U.S. space program by filling a number of roles at Florida’s Kennedy Space Center.

Early Bird Research

Early Bird Research

A Natural Sciences and Mathematics program is equipping undergraduates with research experience as well as general career-building skills.

Message from the President

Back in the early ’80s, the stereotype of engineers as lone geniuses was prevalent.... Only later did leaders in engineering practice demand that teamwork, communication, and leadership skills be part of the core education.

Namedroppers | Achievements | Mentors

Milestone Generosity | Letters to the Editor

Web Exclusives

Photo Galleries: The Oak Grove and Thomas Sutton Hall

From Wartime to ‘Wild Hour’

The IUP campus is far different from the one Marian Templeton Brown ’45 knew at the height of World War II.

The Haunted Halls of IUP

With Keith and Leonard halls slated for demolition, IUP’s Paranormal Society looks to the future of ghost hunting, minus two campus hot spots.

Vantage Point

Selected IUP faculty respond to the question:"How has electronic communication affected society, and how will it continue to do so?"

Dining Innovations

After more than a year of renovations, Folger Hall reopened in October, completing Phase II of IUP’s $37-million dining master plan.

Miracle on the Streets

A peace movement started by an IUP alumnus cut the homicide rate in Boston by nearly 80 percent and has since been emulated around the world.