After more than a decade at the center of major campus construction, asphalt will give way to a new campus green space, Grant Street Park, with construction set to begin this summer.
As workers razed Leonard Hall to make way for a new science building, they recovered a time capsule, sealed away for 65 years.
IUP faculty members from diverse disciplines—criminology, anthropology, sociology, and journalism—are using their expertise to fight an opioid epidemic.
When Tyese Brown ’97 started a girls’ empowerment program in Brooklyn, her experience in Zeta Phi Beta sorority offered inspiration.
While removing built-in furniture for a Whitmyre Hall renovation, workers found a trove of materials left behind over a span of 60 years.
A survey conducted last year provides insight into how well IUP meets the needs of its alumni.
Ray Kinter ’67, M’68 talks about his IUP experiences and what inspired him to establish a scholarship and to support a number of art projects.
A crisis affecting every portion of the population, opioid addiction leaves heartbreak in its wake. Illustration by David Raymond
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