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Photo Gallery: Winter 2017

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Bright Start

During a welcoming ceremony in late August, incoming freshmen illuminated Fisher Auditorium by using the flashlight app on their phones to respond to President Michael Driscoll’s questions. The activity was intended to show the students how much they have in common.

During a welcoming ceremony in late August, incoming freshmen illuminated Fisher Auditorium by using the flashlight app on their phones to respond to President Michael Driscoll’s questions. The activity was intended to show the students how much they have in common. [Keith Boyer]

Sweet Tradition

During a November lecture that compared Day of the Dead observances across Latin America, IUP freshman Isis Coffey and other volunteers had the customary sugar skulls painted on their faces. The holiday is a time for the living to celebrate deceased loved ones.

During a November lecture that compared Day of the Dead observances across Latin America, IUP freshman Isis Coffey and other volunteers had the customary sugar skulls painted on their faces. The holiday is a time for the living to celebrate deceased loved ones. [Keith Boyer]

Langham Style

Langham, Mack, Stewart, and Turnbull halls have been gone for a decade now, but many alumni—as they have indicated—continue to associate those dorms with the best years of their lives. If you can identify anyone in this 1980s photo, Harrison Wick, IUP Special Collections librarian and university archivist, would love to hear from you. He’s also interested in acquiring IUP memorabilia, yearbooks, photos, and more. Contact him at hwick@iup.edu.

Langham, Mack, Stewart, and Turnbull halls have been gone for a decade now, but many alumni—as they have indicated—continue to associate those dorms with the best years of their lives. If you can identify anyone in this 1980s photo, Harrison Wick, IUP Special Collections librarian and university archivist, would love to hear from you. He’s also interested in acquiring IUP memorabilia, yearbooks, photos, and more. Contact him at hwick@iup.edu. [IUP Archives]

Art That Leaves an Impression

In one of its giant ginkgo leaves, the sculpture Legacy Marker reflected Sprowls and Cogswell halls. This
winning project in IUP’s first Art in the Arboretum contest has taken up residence in a ginkgo planter in front of Sprowls.

In one of its giant ginkgo leaves, the sculpture Legacy Marker reflected Sprowls and Cogswell halls. This winning project in IUP’s first Art in the Arboretum contest has taken up residence in a ginkgo planter in front of Sprowls. [Keith Boyer]