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Thirteen paintings by Vaughn Clay, IUP professor emeritus of art, are on long-term display throughout the new College of Humanities and Social Sciences building.

Thirteen paintings by Vaughn Clay, IUP professor emeritus of art, are on long-term display throughout the new College of Humanities and Social Sciences building. Pictured is Silver Arrows, in the building’s lobby, facing Sutton Hall. A gift from Clay to the University Museum, the paintings touch on themes including history, political science, and other fields in the humanities and social sciences. [Keith Boyer]

Dining Transition

The cafeteria in Foster Hall, dedicated in 1965, has been closed since the fall semester’s end.

The cafeteria in Foster Hall, dedicated in 1965, has been closed since the fall semester’s end. Components of the campus’s dining master plan include the Crimson Café, open since 2014; the renovation of Folger Hall, completed in October; and the North Dining commons, expected to open in fall 2017 in the footprint of Keith Hall. [Keith Boyer]

Got Wheels

If you know the identity of anyone in this photo or when the photo was taken, Harrison Wick, IUP Special Collections librarian and university archivist would love to hear from you.

If you know the identity of anyone in this photo or when the photo was taken, Harrison Wick, IUP Special Collections librarian and university archivist would love to hear from you. He’s also interested in acquiring IUP memorabilia, photographs, and more. Contact him by e-mail at hwick@iup.edu.

Staying Power

The sculpture Transitions has been next to Clark Hall since 2006, when construction began on the opposite side of Grant Street for IUP’s suite-style housing.

The sculpture Transitions has been next to Clark Hall since 2006, when construction began on the opposite side of Grant Street for IUP’s suite-style housing. A collaborative project by Cynthia Bingham Biggins ’83, Suzanne Pequignot ’84, and Michael Hertrich ’82, the sculpture was dedicated more than three decades ago. [Keith Boyer]

More from the Spring 2016 Issue of IUP Magazine

Race: The Next Step

Race: The Next Step

A racist photo that went viral on social media has brought an age-old problem—at IUP and across the nation—to the forefront of campus business.

Open Spaces, Modern Graces

Open Spaces, Modern Graces

IUP’s new academic building, replacing Keith and Leonard halls, houses the space, the technology, and the minds to prepare today’s students for tomorrow.

Namedroppers | Achievements | Mentors

Photo Gallery | Milestone Generosity | Letters to the Editor

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Losing the Original Leonard
When the original Leonard Hall caught fire, two Indiana State Teachers College students, back early from Easter break, happened by and contacted authorities. Now in their mid-80s, those students share their memories.

“Aunt Jane”: IUP’s George Washington

Considered Indiana Normal School’s guiding spirit, Jane Leonard inspired thousands of students and, perhaps, a U.S. president.

Giant Leap

Ben McAdoo ’00 is the first IUP alumnus to play or coach in the NFL without having played a down for his alma mater.

Changing Corporate Culture

Dick Macedonia '66, former CEO of Sodexo, reflects on his efforts to make Sodexo a more inclusive company.

Vantage Point

Selected IUP faculty respond to the question:"What is one thing you teach or have taught that you think will be gone from lesson plans 15 years from now?"

Seeing Campus from Afar

The recently redesigned IUP website shows off the campus with two new features: a set of virtual tours and an interactive map.